1. Introduction
  2. Performance requirements - theory, practice, and teaching
  3. Car interior, equipment, operation, and documents
  4. Maneuvers on the Closed Practice Area
  5. Cars and other vehicles' ability to maneuver
  6. Traffic behavior
  7. Road conditions
  8. Basic rules for driving
  9. Maneuvers on the road
  10. Special risk factors in traffic
  11. Maneuvers at driving technical facility

The easy theory book


What you need to learn

When obtaining a category B driving license, you are allowed to drive cars, motorcycles, vans, and cars with trailers that do not weigh over 3,500 kg. When preparing for the theory and practical exams, there are specific objectives you need to meet:

You need to know and understand what can be dangerous and challenging in traffic. Therefore, you must be familiar with the traffic regulations and other rules so that you can drive well and safely. You also need to know enough about the car to determine if it is safe to drive and does not harm the environment.

If you're stressed, sleep-deprived, under the influence of alcohol, or have taken drugs, you must not drive a car, motorcycle, or any of the aforementioned. Overall, you need to be able to manage traffic and consider others. This includes taking into account vulnerable road users such as cyclists, pedestrians, the elderly, children, and disabled individuals.

The systematic approach in the teaching plan

The teaching plan outlines what you need to learn while obtaining your driver's license. It briefly describes what you need to learn each time, followed by more precise requirements for the driving test. Along the way, there are different terms that describe how much you need to know about various topics.

For example, if you need to have knowledge of something, you just need to demonstrate that you know about the subject for the test. If you need to identify something, you need to know what the different parts of the car are called and show them. This could be the steering wheel, windshield wipers, or lights.

You also need to know how to use lights and indicators in the car correctly. Additionally, you must be able to check that things are working as they should. This could be lights, brakes, clutch. You need to know what the different lines and markings on the road mean and drive accordingly.

You need to be able to navigate in traffic and operate the vehicle safely. You also need to be able to turn and park correctly and safely. If something unexpected happens on the road, you also need to learn how to react correctly.

You need to learn to recognize traffic signs and understand what they mean. You also need to be able to drive the car yourself on the maneuvering area, but you don't need to be able to drive without errors. You just need to be able to brake, change gears, maneuver around cones, park, and perform other common tasks.