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1. Which of the following hand-and-arm signals is correct for a right turn?
a) Arm out and up
b) Arm out and down
c) Arm straight out of window
d) Circle motion

2. Upon approaching an intersection marked with a Yield sign, you are required to
a) Stop, then enter intersection slowly?
b) Enter intersection only when way is clear?
c) Keep same speed and look left and right?
d) Stop, then enter the intersection quickly?

3. Parking lights may be used:
a) When arriving on well lighted streets?
b) When arriving in heavy fog?
c) At any time?
d) For parking only?

4. When approaching an intersection where a stop sign faces you, what does
the law require you to do?
a) Slow down and proceed when it is safe to do so?
b) Stop and proceed when it is safe to do so?
c) Stop and then proceed ?
d) Yield right-of-way if necessary to vehicles approaching from the left or
right?

5. When a street is designed for two-way traffic, you hear the siren of an
emergency vehicle, what does the law require you to do?
a) Pull over to the right hand curb or edge of the roadway and stop?
b) Slow down to 15 KM (10 Miles) an hour?
c) Speed up to get out of the way?
d) Continue on same speed?

6. On approaching a red traffic signal light and a policeman motions you to go through, you
must:
a) Stop to make sure the policeman wants you to go through?
b) Call the policemans attention to the red light?
c) Wait for the light to turn green?
d) Proceed through in a cautious manner as directed

7. It is more dangerous to drive at the maximum speed limit at night than during day time
because:
a) Your reaction time is slower at night?
b) You cannot see as far ahead at night?
c) Some drivers unlawfully drive with parking lights on?
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d) The roadways are more opt to be slippery at night?


8. If a traffic signal changes while a pedestrian is still in the intersection, which of the following
has the right-of-way?
a) The pedestrian?
b) Motorists coming from the right?
c) Motorists coming from the left?
d) Motorists making turns?

9. Before moving your vehicle from a parked position, you should:
a) Check other traffic, signal and pull from curb when it is safe to do so?
b) Signal and pull from curb?
c) Sound your horn and pull from curb slowly?
d) Check other traffic, signal and pull from curb quickly?

10. When driving in heavy fog, you should use:
a) High beam headlights?
b) Parking lights?
c) Parking lights and high beam headlight?
d) Low Beam head light?

11. When you are deciding whether or not to make a U turn, your first consideration should be to
check:
a) Traffic regulations?
b) Presence of trees, fire hydrants, or poles near the curb?
c) Turning radius of your car?
d) Height of curb?

12. When entering a freeway, you should signal then:
a) Stop on acceleration lane, wait for an opening, then enter the freeway rapidly?
b) Drive slowly and be prepared to stop for freeway traffic?
c) Accelerate quickly to freeway speed and merge with freeway traffic?
d) Slow down, enter the freeway at a sharp angle?

13. You should under all conditions drive at a speed which will allow you to:
a) Stop within 150 meters (500 feet)?
b) Stop within 90 meters (300 feet)?
c) Stop within 60 meters (200 feet)?
d) Stop within a safe distance?

14. Before leaving your car parked on a downgrade, you should:
a) Turn your front wheels to the left and set your parking brake?
b) Set your parking brake only?
c) Leave your front wheels parallel to the curb?
d) Turn your front wheels to the right and set your parking brake?
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15. The broken centre line on a roadway means you may:
a) Pass if the way is clear?
b) Never pass?
c) Pass only during daylight hours?
d) Pass at any time?

16. Should your right wheels drop off the roadway, what is the best way to get back on the
roadway?
a) Take foot off gas pedeal, turn back when vehicle has slowed?
b) Apply brakes and steer hard to the left?
c) Apply brakes to reduce speed?
d) Steer hard to the left?

17. A solid centre line on the roadway is on your side of a broken centre line. What does the solid
centre line mean?
a) It is unsafe to overtake and pass?
b) Pass only when no traffic is in sight?
c) It is safe to overtake and pass?
d) Pass at any time?

18. If the signal light changes from green to amber as you approach on intersection, what must
you do:
a) Stop, if stop cannot be made safely proceed with caution?
b) Sound horn to warn pedestrians and other drivers?
c) Continue through intersection without slowing or stopping?
d) Speed up to clear the intersection as quickly as possible?

19. To get your vehicle out of a skid, you should first:
a) Steer straight ahead?
b) Steer in the opposite direction of the skid?
c) Steer in the direction of the skid?
d) Apply brakes hard?

20. At night; when you meet another vehicle with blinding bright lights; the safest thing to do is:
a) Open and shut your eyes rapidly?
b) Turn your lights on high beam?
c) Look slightly to the right hand side of the roadway?
d) Look at the headlights of the approaching vehicle?

21. In what lane of traffic should you drive when you are going to make a right turn?
a) Close to the centre line of the roadway?
b) Close to the right side of the roadway?
c) Close to the left side of the roadway?
d) Does not matter if you give proper signal?

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22. When travelling on a highway, the driver of a motor vehicle is not permitted to carry in a
house or boat trailer:
a) Pets?
b) Persons?
c) Firearms?
d) Flame-able material?

23. Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit on a highway outside of the city, town,
village or built-up area is:
a) 50 KM (30 miles) an hour?
b) 60 KM (40 miles) an hour?
c) 80 KM (50 miles) an hour?
d) 100 KM (60 miles) an hour?

24. How close to a fire hydrant may you legally park?
a) 1.5 meters (15 feet)
b) 3 meters (10 feet)
c) 4.5 meters (15 feet)
d) 6 meters (20 feet)

25. A flashing red light at an intersection means:
a) Slow down and yield right-of-way to cars approaching from your left or right?
b) Slow down and drive with increased caution?
c) Stop, proceed only when the light changes to green?
d) Stop, proceed only when it is safe to dos so?

26. In what position on the roadway must you be before making a left turn from a one-way7
street:
a) Close to the right side of the roadway?
b) Close to the left side of the roadway?
c) Close to the centre line of the roadway?
d) Does not matter if you give proper signal?

27. When does the law require lights on vehicles to be turned on:
a) Between dusk and dawn and at any other time you cannot see clearly for a distance of 150
meters (500 feet)?
b) Between hour before sunset to hour after sunrise and at any other time you cannot see
clearly for a distance of 150 meters (500 feet)
c) Between sunset and sunrise?
d) No specified time?

28. When two cars reach an uncontrolled intersection at approximately the same time, the right-
of-way should be given to:
a) Neither one?
b) The one approaching from the right?
c) The on approaching from the left?
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d) The one moving faster?

29. When driving a motor vehicle on the highway at night, you should use low beam headlights
(dim lights) when:
a) Another driver dims his lights?
b) Blinded by the headlights of an approaching vehicle?
c) Approaching an intersection?
d) Meeting or following another vehicle?

30. When a red signal light with a green arrow is shown at an intersection, it means:
a) Proceed with caution in the direction of the arrow?
b) Stop and wait for green light before making a turn?
c) Stop and then proceed?
d) The green arrow is a signal for pedestrian only?

31. A flashing red light at an intersection means:
a) Stop, proceed only when it is safe to dos so?
b) Slow down and yield right-of-way to cars approaching from your left or right?
c) Stop-, proceed only when the light changes to green?
d) Slow down and drive with increased caution?

32. Most automobile skids are the result of:
a) Over-inflated tires?
b) Driving too fast?
c) Under-inflated tires?
d) Snow or ice on the road?

33. When a Schools Bus stops with red signals flashing, the law requires drivers of another
vehicle to:
a) Stop until the bus proceeds or the signal lights are no longer operating?
b) Does not matter providing you sound horn?
c) Wait for approaching vehicles to pass?
d) Reduce speed and pass with added care?

34. When descending a steep hill, a good safe-driving practice is to:
a) Disengage the clutch and coast?
b) Gear down and use motor to assist in breaking?
c) Place the gear shift in neutral?
d) Turn off the ignition?

35. Which of the following hand-and-arm signals is correct for a left turn?
a) Circle motion?
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b) Arm out and up?
c) Arm out and down?
d) Arm straight out the window?

36. When may you lend your driver's licence?
a) In emergencies.
b) To a person learning to drive.
c) It is not permitted.
d) For identification purposes.

37. What must a driver do before entering a highway from a private road or driveway?
a) Enter or cross the highway as quickly as possible.
b) Yield right-of-way to all vehicles approaching on the highway.
c) Sound horn and proceed with caution.
d) Give hand signal then take right-of-way.

38. Never change lanes in traffic without:
a) Looking in the rear view mirror only.
b) Giving proper signal and looking to make sure the move can be made safely.
c) Blowing your horn and looking to the rear.
d) Decreasing speed and giving correct signal.

39. When the driver of another vehicle is about to overtake and pass your vehicle, you must:
a) Speed up so that passing is not necessary.
b) Move to the left to prevent passing.
c) Signal to the other driver not to pass.
d) Move to the right and allow such vehicle to pass.

40. When you are deciding whether or not to make a U-turn, your first consideration should be to
check:
a) Traffic regulations.
b) Presence of trees, fire hydrants, or poles near the curb.
c) Turning radius of your car.
d) Height of curb.

41. If feeling tired while Driving?
a) Turn the radio up to keep your attention
b) Open the window for some fresh air
c) Stop for a rest
d) Slow down and rive with extra care

42. When is it illegal to pass another vehicle:
a) When approaching vehicles are too close
b) When a solid yellow line is on your side of the centre line
c) When a sign indicates a non-passing zone
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d) All of the above

43. How do you recover from skid?
a) Apply the brakes hard
b) Steer straight ahead
c) Steer in the direction you would like the vehicle to go

44. When entering a playground zone, while times are in effect, what is the maximum speed
allowed (unless otherwise posted)?
a) 10 km/h
b) 20 km/h
c) 30 km/h
d) 40 km/h

45. When a red X is indicated over a driving lane, a driver must?
a) Not enter or remain in that lane
b) Stop immediately as it indicates there is a danger ahead
c) Reduce speed and drive with extra caution
d) Be prepared for an upcoming traffic light

46. A solid yellow line next to a broken yellow line indicates that?
a) Passing is permitted if the solid line is on your side of the roadway
b) Passing is not permitted if the solid line is on your side of the roadway
c) Passing is not permitted if the broken yellow line is on your side of the roadway
d) None of the above.

47. Solid White Lines indicate that?
a) Lane changing is permitted
b) Traffic is travelling in opposite directions
c) Lane changing is not permitted
d) None of the above

48. A white diamond marking in a lane indicates that?
a) The lane is reserved for specific vehicles
b) There is a railway crossing ahead
c) There is parking allowed in the lane
d) There is a traffic circle ahead

48. When parking uphill on the right side of the street with a curb, steer so that the front wheels?
a) Are turned to the right
b) Are turned to the left
c) Remain straight ahead
d) None of the above

49. When parking near a fire hydrant, what is the minimum distance that should be left between
the vehicle and the fire hydrant?
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a) 2 Meters
b) 5 Meters
c) 10 Meters
d) 15 Meters

50. A driver is planning on making a turn at the upcoming intersection. The driver should be in the
proper turning lane at least _?????_metres from the intersection?
a) 10 Meters
b) 15 Meters
c) 20 Meters
d) 25 Meters

51. Uncontrolled intersections are ones that?
a) Have no traffic signs and no traffic signal lights
b) Have only a stop sign
c) Have only a yield sign
d) Prohibit pedestrians from crossing

52. The parking lane on a highway (section between the white line and the edge of the roadway)
is intended for?
a) Slow moving vehicles
b) Allowing Vehicles to pass
c) Emergency Parking
d) Parking

53. What you cant see in your vehicles rear and side view mirrors is said to be in your?
a) Dark Area
b) Danger zone
c) Blind Spot
d) All of the above

54. On a multi-lane highway, slow moving traffic should travel in?
a) The Middle Traffic lane
b) The Far right Traffic lane
c) The Left Traffic lane
d) The Parking lane

55. This Sign Means?
a) The two lane roadway is turning to a one lane roadway ahead
b) There is a divided road ahead
c) Passing is prohibited
d) The road is for one way traffic only.

56. This sign means?
a) There is an obstruction ahead
b) The divided highway ends
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c) Lane ends ahead
d) Road narrows both sides

57. This sign means?
a) Railway crossing ahead
b) Pedestrian cross walk ahead
c) Intersection ahead
d) Dead end Ahead

58. This sign means?
a) School zone reduce speed
b) Playground area
c) Pedestrian cross walk
d) School crosswalk

59. This sign means?
This road is an official bicycle route. Watch for cyclists and be
prepared to share the road with them.



60. This sign means?
You may park in the area between the signs during the times
posted


61. This sign means?
Snowmobiles may use this road.



62. This sign means?
Do not enter this road



63. This sign means?
Do not stop in the area between the signs. This means you may not
stop your vehicle in this area, even for a moment.

64. This sign means?
Do not stand in the area between the signs. This means that you
may not stop your vehicle in this area except while loading or
unloading passengers.


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65. This sign means?
Do not park in the area between the signs. This means you may not
stop your vehicle except to load or unload passengers or merchandise.



66. This sign means?
Do not turn left at the intersection


67. This sign means?
Do not Drive Through the intersection



68. This sign means?
Do not turn to go in the opposite direction (U-TURN)



69. This sign means?
Do not turn right when facing a red light at the intersection.





70. This sign means?
Do not turn left during the times shown.




71. This sign means?
This parking space is only for vehicles displaying a valid Accessible
Parking Permit.


72. This sign means?
No Bicycles allowed on this road.


73. This sign means?
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No pedestrians allowed on this road.




74. This sign means?
Keep to the right of the traffic island.



75. This sign means?
Speed limit changes ahead



76. This sign means?
Do not pass on this road.



77. This sign means?
Slow traffic on multi-lane road must keep right.



78. This sign means?
The speed limit in this zone is lower during school hours. Observe the
speed limit shown when the yellow lights are flashing.


79. This sign means?
This sign is installed on multi-lane highways with no centre median
divider. It informs drivers approaching from both directions that they
must stop for a school bus when its signal lights are flashing.


80. This sign means?
These signs, above the road or on the pavement before an intersection,
tell drivers the direction they must travel. For example: the driver in
lane one must turn left; the driver in lane two must turn left or go
straight ahead; and the driver in lane three must turn right.


81. This sign means?
Traffic may travel in one direction only.
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82. This sign means?
This is a pedestrian crossover. Be prepared to stop and yield right-of-
way to pedestrians.



83. This sign means?
The sign, above the road or on the ground, means the lane is only for
two-way left turns.


84. This sign means?
This sign reserves curb area for vehicles displaying a valid
Accessible Person Parking Permit picking up and
dropping off passengers with disabilities.







85. This sign means?
This sign means lanes are only for specific types of vehicles, either all the time
or during certain hours. Different symbols are used for the different types of
vehicles. They include: Buses, Taxis, Vehicles with three or more people and
bicycles etc.



86. This sign means?
Keep to the right lane except when passing on two-lane sections
where climbing or passing lanes are provided.




87. This sign means?
Narrow bridge ahead.


88. This sign means?
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Road branching off ahead.





89. This sign means?
Intersection ahead. The arrow shows which direction of traffic has the
right-of-way.



90. This sign means?
Drivers on the side road at the intersection ahead dont have a clear
view of traffic.



91. This sign means?
Pavement narrows ahead.


92. This sign means?
Slight bend or curve in the road ahead.



93. This sign means?
Posted under a curve warning, this sign shows the maximum safe speed for the
curve


94. This sign means?
Sharp bend or turn in the road ahead.



95. This sign means?
Chevron (arrowhead) signs are posted in groups to guide drivers
around sharp curves in the road.



96. This sign means?
Winding road ahead.
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97. This sign means?
The bridge ahead lifts or swings to let boats pass.




98. This sign means?
Paved surface ends ahead.




99. This sign means?
Bicycle crossing ahead.



100. This sign means?
Stop sign ahead. Slow down.


101. This sign means?
Share the road with oncoming Traffic.



102. This sign means?
Pavement is slippery when wet. Slow down and drive with
caution.



103. This sign means?
Hazard close to the edge of the road. The downward lines show the slide
on which you may safely pass.




104. This sign means?
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The road ahead is split into two separate roads by a median. Keep to the right-hand
road. Each road carries one-way traffic.



105. This sign means?
Right lane ends ahead. If you are in the right-hand lane you must merge
safely with traffic in the lane to the left.


106. This sign means?
Traffic lights ahead. Slow Down.




107. This sign means?
Steep hill ahead. You may need to use a lower gear.



108. This sign means?
Two roads going in the same direction are about to join into one. Drivers
on both roads are equally responsible for seeing that traffic merges
smoothly and safely.



109. This sign means?
Snowmobiles cross this road.



110. This sign means?
Divided highway ends: traffic travels in both directions on the same road
ahead. Keep to the right.



111. This sign means?
Underpass ahead. Take care if you are driving a tall vehicle. Sign
shows how much room you have.


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112. This sign means?
Bump or uneven pavement on the road ahead. Slow down and keep control of your
vehicle.


113. This sign means?
Railway crossing ahead. Be alert for trains. This sign also shows the
angle at which the railway tracks cross the road.


114. This sign means?
Sharp turn or bend in the road in the direction of the arrow. The
checkerboard border warns of danger. Slow down; be careful.


115. This sign means?
Deer regularly cross this road; be alert for animals.


116. This sign means?
Truck entrance on the right side of the road ahead. If the sign shows the
truck on the left, the entrance is on the left side of the road.


117. This sign means?
Shows maximum safe speed on ramp




118. This sign means?
Watch for pedestrians and be prepared to share the road with them.



119. This sign means?
Watch for fallen rock and be prepared to avoid a collision.




120. This sign means?
There may be water flowing over the road.

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121. This sign means?
This sign warns you that you are coming to a hidden school bus stop.
Slow down, drive with extra caution, watch for children and for a school
bus with flashing red lights.




122. This sign means?
These signs warn of a school crossing. Watch for children and follow the
directions of the crossing guard or school safety patroller.




123. Are cars drivers responsible for their passengers buckling up?

a) Only if passengers are under 16 years of age
b) Only if passengers are over eighteen years of age
c) Only if passengers are over 16 years of age
d) Only if the passengers are in the front seat



124. If the signal changes from green to amber as you approach an
intersection, what should you do?

a) Continue through intersection without slowing or stopping
b) Speed up to clear the intersection as quickly as possible
c) Sound horn to warn pedestrians and other drivers that you do
not intend to stop
d) Stop, if stop can not be made safely proceed with caution.


125. Upon approaching a stop sign, a driver must

a) Stop, sound horn, and then proceed
b) Slow down and if way is clear, proceed
c) Stop, and when it is safe to do so, proceed
d) Slow down, sound horn and proceed


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126. Which of the following has the right-of-way over all others at an intersection
when the signal lights is green.

a) Pedestrians crossing against the light
b) Pedestrians crossing with the light
c) Vehicles turning right
d) Vehicles turning left


127. What is the driver of a motor vehicle not permitted to carry in a house or boat
trailer?

a) Firearms
b) Persons
c) Flammable material
d) Pets


128. In Ontario, there is a seat belt law

a) Only when driving within a municipality
b) Only when driving on an open highway
c) No
d) Yes


129. When lights are required, drivers must use low beam headlights

a) Within 150m of an oncoming vehicle
b) Within 300m of the approach of another vehicle
c) Within 1 KM of the approach of another vehicle
d) This is safety practice, not a law


130. On a roadway where traffic is moving in both directions, in what position
must you be before making a left turn.

a) Close to the left side of the roadway
b) Close to the right-hand side of the roadway
c) Does not matter provided you signal
d) Immediately to the right of the center line of the roadway

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131. A flashing red light at an intersection means

a) Signal light is out of order, proceed with caution
b) Slow down and if necessary yield right-of-way to cars approaching
from the left or right
c) Stop, proceed only when it is safe to do so
d) Slow down and drive with increased caution


132. When it is safe to do so, passing other vehicles on the right side

a) Is permitted providing it is possible to do so by driving on the shoulder
of the road
b) Is permitted on any street or highway
c) Is permitted only when the street or highway has two or more lanes
for traffic in the direction you are traveling
d) Is not permitted under any circumstance


133. Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit allowed in cities, town, villages
and built-up areas is

a) 30km/h
b) 40km/h
c) 50km/h
d) 60km/h


134. When two vehicles reach an uncontrolled intersection at approximately same
time the right-of-way should be given to

a) The one moving faster
b) Vehicle approaching from the right
c) Neither one
d) The one approaching from the left

135. Upon approaching a yield-sign, what does the law require you to do?.

a) Stop, and then enter traffic slowly
b) Speed up and force your way into traffic
c) Stop, and then enter traffic quickly
d) Slow down, stop if necessary, and yield right-of-way
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136. When entering a freeway you should

a) Accelerate quickly to freeway speed and merge with freeway
traffic.
b) Stop on acceleration lane, wait for an opening. Then enter the
freeway rapidly.
c) Drive slowly and be prepared to stop for freeway traffic
d) Slow down, and then enter freeway at a sharp angle


137. When the traffic signal light facing you is red and you intend to go straight
through the intersection, what must you do?
a) Stop, proceed when the way is clear
b) Stop, proceed only when the signal turns green and the intersection
is clear
c) Stop, give pedestrians the right-of-way, and then proceed with
caution
d) Slow down, proceed when the way is clear


138. At an intersection where there is a flashing amber (yellow) light, you
must.

a) Continue at same speed
b) Slow down and proceed with caution
c) Stop if making left turn
d) Stop if making right turn


139. When a streetcar is stopped to take on or discharge passengers, where there is no safety zone,
what does the law require you to do before passing the streetcar?

a) Stop behind the rear of the streetcar and then proceed
b) Stop 2m behind the rearmost door where passengers are getting
on or off, and proceed only when it is safe to do so
c) Pass on the left side when the way is clear
d) Sound horn and pass with caution

140. When on streets designed for two-way traffic, you hear the siren of an
emergency vehicle, what does the law require you to do.

a) Signal the driver to pass
b) Speed up and get out of the way
c) Continue at same speed
d) Pull to the right as far as possible and stop

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141. When does the law require lights on vehicles to be turned on?

a) No specified time
b) Between dusk and dawn and any other time you cannot see clearly for a distance of
150m
c) Between sunset and sunrise
d) Between half an hour before sunset to half an hour after sunrise and at any other
time you can not see clearly for a distance of 150m

142. In what position on the roadway must you be before making a left turn from
a one-way traffic?

a) Close to the right hand side of the roadway
b) Close to the center line of the roadway
c) Does not matter provided you signal
d) Close to the left-hand side of the roadway


143. A person whose driver's license in under suspension, may

a) Not operate a motor vehicle under any condition
b) Operate a major vehicle in a case of extreme emergency
c) Operate a motor vehicle when accompanied by a licensed driver
d) Operate a motor vehicle to and from work


144. When a right turn against a red signal light is permitted, what does the law require
you to do before entering the intersection and making the turn?
a) Stop, then edge into traffic
b) Slow down proceed with caution
c) Slow down, signal and turn
d) Stop, signal, and make the turn so as not to interfere with other traffic,
including pedestrians

145. When making a right-hand turn, you should be driving in?

a) The lane approaching from the right
b) Close to the centre line of the roadway
c) Close to the left side of the roadway
d) Does not matter provided you signal



146. When lights are required, drivers must use lower beam headlights when
following another vehicle

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a) Within 30 m
b) Within 120 m
c) Within 60 m
d) This only applies when approaching another vehicle


147. You will receive immediate suspension of your driver license for 90 days.
a) If your blood alcohol is greater than 8mg in 100ml of blood
b) If your blood alcohol is greater than 100mg in 100ml of blood
c) If your blood alcohol is greater than 10mg in 100ml of blood
d) If your blood alcohol is greater than 80mg in 100ml of blood



148. Lights and arrows to help turning vehicles
Flashing green lights and green arrows direct drivers who are turning.


149. Flashing Green Light.
When you face a flashing green light or a left-pointing green arrow and a green light, you may
turn left, go straight ahead or turn right from the proper lane. This is called an advanced green
light because oncoming traffic still faces a red light.

Pedestrians must not cross on a flashing green light unless a pedestrian signal tells them to.


150. Simultaneous left Turn.
When a left-turn green arrow is shown with a red light, you may turn left
from the left-turn lane. Vehicles turning left from the opposite direction
may also be making left turns because they too face a left-turn green arrow.



After the left-turn green arrow, a yellow arrow may appear. This means the green
light is about to appear for traffic in one or both directions. Do not start your left
turn. Stop if you can do so safely; otherwise, complete your turn with caution.



You can still turn left when the light is green, but only when the way is
clear of traffic and pedestrians. If the light turns red when you are in the
intersection, complete your turn when it is safe.

Pedestrians must not cross on a left-turn green arrow unless a pedestrian signal tells them to.
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151. Transit priority signals
Traffic and pedestrians must yield to public transit vehicles at a transit
priority signal. The round signal is on top of a regular traffic signal and
shows a white vertical bar on a dark background. This allows transit
vehicles to go through, turn right or left, while all conflicting traffic
faces a red light.


152. Blank Traffic Lights
During an electrical power loss, traffic lights at intersections will not
work. Yield the right-of-way to vehicles in the intersection and to
vehicles entering the intersection from your right. Go cautiously and
use the intersection the same way you would use an intersection with
all-way stop signs.

153. Flashing Red Beacon
A flashing red beacon above an intersection or stop sign means
you must come to a complete stop. Move through the
intersection only when it is safe to do so.


154. Flashing Yellow Beacon
A flashing yellow beacon above an intersection, above a
warning sign or on an obstruction in the road, warns you to
drive with caution.



155. Pedestrian Signals
Pedestrian signals help pedestrians cross at intersections with traffic lights.
The signal for pedestrians to walk is a white walking symbol. A flashing or
steady orange hand symbol means pedestrians must not begin to cross.

A pedestrian facing a walk signal may cross the road in the direction of the
signal. While crossing, pedestrians have the right-of-way over all vehicles.

A pedestrian facing a flashing or steady hand symbol should not begin to
cross the road. Pedestrians who have already begun to cross when the hand
signal appears, should go as quickly as possible to a safe area. While they are
crossing, pedestrians still have the right-of-way over vehicles.