Swiss Driving Theory

Swiss Driving Theory

By Elysion GmbH

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2021-11-26
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 20.45 MB
  • Developer: Elysion GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.

Description

CH Driving Theory 2021/2022 Learn the driving theory for car, motorcycle, scooter, moped and tractor (category B, A, A1, M, F, G). This app has been designed to quickly learn the Swiss driving rules. Driving means being free. This app has been designed from the ground up so that Swiss traffic rules can be internalized well and quickly. The clearly structured theory part is supplemented by graphics and explains the traffic rules vividly. The learning program is suitable for a refresher of the theory as well as for new learners of the traffic rules. You can test your knowledge of traffic signs in the quiz, where you will be asked 20 questions about traffic signs per quiz. You will be familiarized with the traffic regulations and traffic signs. In addition to the traffic signals, the theoretical section deals with the following topics: 1 ID cards -Driving license categories -Special categories 2 Provisional license -Requirement -Minimum age at registration -Procedure for obtaining the driving license -Theory test category A, A1 and B -Theory test category F, G and M -Validity of the theory test 3 Learning trips -Learning phase -Driver training 4 Driving license on probation 5 Before driving 6 Driver and vehicle -Safety belts and headrests 7 Rules for motorcyclists and moped riders -Wearing protective helmets -Lighting 8 Rules for motor vehicles with a maximum speed of up to 45 km/h and agricultural motor vehicles 9 Basic rules in traffic 10 Zipper traffic 11 Crossing -Behavior on steep roads and mountain roads 12 Speed 13 Using the lights -When driving, use the following -Fog lights 14 Indicating 15 Driving one after another 16 Overtaking -Overtaking in special cases 17 Calculation of the overtaking distance -Rule of thumb 18 Stopping distance -Rule of thumb 19 Reaction distance -Rule of thumb 20 Braking distance -Rule of thumb - On wet roads -Rule of thumb - On dry roads 21 Right of way -Special cases for the right of way 22 Traffic Lights -Red light -Green light -Green arrows -Yellow, dormant light -Yellow flashing light 23 Signs and instructions of the police 24 Moving into the correct lane 25 Behavior in the case of pedestrians -Rules as pedestrians 26 One-way streets 27 Cycle paths and cycling lanes 28 Tunnel -Fire in the tunnel: -Traffic jams in the tunnel: 29 How to deal with trams 30 Behavior at railway crossings 31 Securing the vehicle 32 Load 33 Moving away, reversing and turning 34 Stopping and parking 35 Towing 36 Tires 37 Avoiding noise and smoke 38 Protection of the roadway 39 Replacement vehicles 40 Trailers 41 Motorways and expressways 42 Warning signals 43 Breakdown signal and warning light 44 Behavior in the case of accidents -Accidents involving material damage -Accidents with injured persons Warning signs Regulation signs Right of way signs Information signs Additional panels Markings Important numbers Extra chapter: Environmentally friendly driving. Learn the basics for environmentally friendly driving and fuel efficiency. The relevant physical laws are explained and practical tips are given so that you can save fuel.

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