How does one go about learning for a "driving theory" test in Israel (MIVCHAN THEORIA)?
Are there any government-approved books in English?
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That's a tough one, seems like there is a book but I couldn't find online anyone selling it.
I found this site that teaches in English.
Finally you can find more information at kolzchut
Good luck !
Apparently, the Israeli Ministry of Transport publishes a complete (whatever that means) pool of driving-theory questions and answers!
Remember there are different kinds of licenses. The typical common is B - private vehicles up to a certain tonnage - but the "theory exam" and/or procedure may be different for different license categories.
You should first consider the possibility of getting a license on the basis of your foreign driver's license - without going through a "driving theory" exam. See this website for information about that. On the other hand, it might be worthwhile to actually take lessons:
... So here’s what I realized. I’m a great driver in the US. I wasn’t a great driver in Israel. Neither are most of the people who move here. I had to get my ego out of the way and realize there were things I objectively needed to learn if I wanted to be as good a driver in Israel as I was in the States.
(quote is from here)
You may also benefit from these on-line practice resources, all in English:
Remember that traffic legislation is occasionally tweaked! ... in particular, new traffic signs are promulgated and older ones become deprecated. Material from, say, 10 years ago may be slightly outdated.