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- (TRAFFIC SIGNS)
Question a)You must make a right turn only b)You must not make a left turn c)Hidden intersection ahead d)You are approaching a traffic island a)Pass to right of traffic island b)Road turns right then left c)winding road ahead d)Pass other traffic on the right a)Stop sign ahead b)Yield right-of-way c)Dead end street ahead d)Slow moving vehicle ahead a)Construction sign-slow down obey flagman’s directions b)A construction sign replacing flagman on duty c)Regulatory sign-reduce speed d)This sign warns of highway work operation ahead a)Road slippery when wet b)No right turn permitted c)No left turn permitted d)You must not make a “U” Turn a)Traffic signals ahead b)Stop sign 150 meters(500 feet)ahead c)Bump 125 meters(400 feet)ahead d)Railway crossing ahead a)Destination board b)School Zone-watch for children playing c)Provincial park d)Pedestrian control sign meaning no active games a)You are approaching a four way intersection b) you are approaching a railway crossing c)You are approaching a hospital zone d)You are approaching a pedestrian crosswalk a) School area ahead b)Railway crossing ahead c)You must give the right-of-way d)You have a right-of-way
b 14. d 15.10. a)Stop sign 150 meters(500 feet) ahead b)Bump 120 meters (400 feet) ahead c)Stop all times d)Stop only if other vehicles are approaching a)No entry into intersection b)This sign means no stopping c)vehicles approaching from the angle shows must stop d)need to stop for stop signs in direction of arrows a)Do not enter b)Do not enter unless local traffic c)Means a traffic circle ahead d)Do not pass a)Hidden intersection ahead b)winding road ahead c)Road slippery when wet d)Narrow road ahead a)Stop sign b)Yield sign c)Slow moving vehicle d)School bus stop arm a)Playground zone sign b)Children playing in residential area c)School zone sign d)Directional sign for children a)Factory. c 2 . b 12. slow down b)Bump or uneven pavement c)Construction zone d)Bridge or viaduct a)Divided highway ahead b)Divided highway ends c)Narrow bridge ahead d)Road under construction a)lane usage sign meaning right turn only b)Lane usage sign permitting all turns including left c)No parking from arrows to corner d)Advance warning danger a)Divided highway ends b)Narrow bridge ahead c)Road under construction d)Divided highway ahead a)Bumpy road ahead b)Pavement ends 500 feet ahead c)warns of a steep hill ahead d)Safety checks ahead c 11. a 20. c 16. a 19. b 17. a 13. a 18.
d 31. a)You must not make a right turn b)You are approaching traffic signal lights c)You must not make left turn d)You are approaching a stop sign a) Road ahead slippery when wet b)Bumpy road ahead c)Winding road ahead d)Railway crossing ahead a)Divided highway ahead b) You are approaching a one-way street? c)Hidden intersection ahead d)Pavement narrows a)Intersection for school vehicles b)School crosswalk sign c)Caution-school bus crossing d)Regulatory sign a)Construction Zone 1 km ahead b)Bumpy road ahead c)Narrow bridge ahead d)Winding road ahead a)Danger. d 29. 23. c 28. d 30. c 3 . a 26. d 25. sharp turn b)Keep to left c)Danger road ends d)Winding road ahead a)You may pass me b)I am slowing or stopping c)I am turning left d)I am turning right a)I am stopping b)I am slowing or stopping c)I am turning left d)I am turning right a)You may pass me b)I am turning right c)I am turning left d)I am slowing or stopping a)You may exit if remain in the right hand lane b)End of highway. a 27.21. you must move into right hand lane c)You must not drive in right hand lane under any circumstances d)You must exit if you remain in right had lane a) No trucks b)Route for large trucks c)Permissive sign d)Truck route d a d 24. 22.
32. 33. a)Do not enter unless local traffic b)Means a traffic circle ahead c)Prohibited sign d)Do not enter roadway a)Hidden intersection b)Right lane ends c)You are approaching a steep hill d)Pedestrian crossing ahead a)Maximum speed of 50 km per hour from this sign to next exit b)Speed limit for rural school Zones c)End of 50 kilometer per hour zone d)Maximum speed of 50 kilometer per hour ahead c b 34. d 4 .
what does the law require you to do? d 3. you should: a) Turn your front wheel 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? When on the streets designed for two way traffic. d a) Motorists making turns b)Motoring coming from the left c) Motorists from the right d)The pedestrians 7. When approaching an intersection where a stop signs you.PART B S. a) Meeting or following another vehicle? b) Blinding by the headlights of an approaching vehicle? c) Approaching an intersection? d)Another driver dims his lights Before leaving you car parked on a downgrade.No 1.(RULES OF THE ROAD) Question Answer When driving a motor vehicle on the highway at night you should use low beam headlights(Dim lights)When: a 2. which of the following has the right-of-way? b 6. hear the siren of an emergency vehicle. c)Slow down and proceed when it is safe to do so d)Yield right of way if necessary to vehicles approaching from the left or right 5 . . what does the law require you to do? b a)Stop and then proceed b) Stop and proceed when it is safe to do so. When a “School Bus” stops with red signals flashing the law requires drivers of the other vehicles to: d a) Reduce speed and pass with added care? b) Does not matter provided you sound horn? c) Wait for approaching vehicles to pass? d) Stop until the bus proceeds or the signal lights are no longer operating? 5. The broken line on a roadway means you may: a) Never pass? b) Pass if the way is clear? c) Pass any time? d) Pass only during daylight hours? If a traffic signal changes while a pedestrian is still in the intersection. a a)Pull to the right and stop b)Speed up and get out of the way c)Slow down to 15 km(10 Miles) an hour d)Continues at the same speed 4.
what is the best way to get back in the roadway? a c 11. d b 6 16. b) Parking lights. d a)Apply brakes to reduce speed b)Steer hard to the left c)Apply brakes and steer hard to the left d)Take foot off gas pedal. you are required to: a) Keep same speed and look left and right? b) Stop. and then enter the intersection quickly? c)Stop. the maximum speed limit on highway outside a city. d 15. town. you should signal. you should use: 10. Except when you tend to overtake and pass another vehicle or when on intend to make a left turn. turn back when vehicle has slowed 12. you should: b a) Drive in the centre of the roadway? b) Always keep well to the right? c) Drive on the shoulder of the highway? d) Always keep well on the left? 13. c) Parking lights and high beam headlights? d)High beam headlights Which of the following hand and arm signals is correct for slowing or stopping? a)Arm straight out of the window b)Arm out and up c)Arm out and down d)Circle motion Should your right wheels drop off the roadway. a) Low beam headlights. wait for an opening. then: a) Stop an acceleration lane. Upon approaching an intersection marked with a “yield” sign. and then enter the freeway rapidly? b) Slow down and the enter freeway at a sharp angle? c) Drive slowly and be prepared to stop for freeway traffic? d) Accelerate quickly to freeway speed and merge with freeway traffic? Unless otherwise posted.8. a)Pedestrians crossing with the light b)Vehicle turning to right c)pedestrians crossing against the light d)Vehicle turning left You should under all conditions drive at a speed which will allow you to: a) Stop within 90m (300feet)? b) Stop within 60m (200feet)? c) Stop within 150m (500ft)? d) Stop with in a safe distance? When entering a freeway. and the enter the intersection slowly d) Enter intersection only when way is clear? d 9. When driving in heavy fog. Which of the following has the right-of-way over all other at an intersection when the signal light is green? a 14. .
not a law? b b 21. in a house or boat trailer: a) Firearms b) Flammable materials c) Persons d) Pets On a roadway where traffic is moving in both directions. drivers are required to use low beam headlight: a) Within 1 km of the approach of another vehicle? b) Within 150 m of the approach of another vehicle? c) Within 300 m of the approach of another vehicle? d) This is a safety practice. you must b 18. a) Within 30 m (100ft)? b) Within 60 m (200 m)? c) Within 120 m (400 ft)? d)This only applies when approaching another vehicle When lights are required. town. village and build up area is: a) 30 km (20miles) per hour? b) 50 km (30 miles) per hour? c) 40 km (25 miles) per hour? d) 60 km (35 miles) per hour? 22. the maximum speed limit allowed in the city. proceed when the way is clear c)Slow down. While traveling on a highway. a) Stop if making right turn? b) Continue at same speed? c) Stop if making left turn? d) Slow down and proceed with caution? When lights are required: drivers must use lower beam head lights when following another vehicle: d 19. b 20. what must you do? a) Stop. in what position must you before making a left turn? c 24. the driver of a motor vehicle is not permitted to carry. proceed when way is clear d) Stop.17. give pedestrian the right-of –way. you should first: a) Steer straight ahead? b) Steer in the direction of the skid? c) Steer in the opposite direction of the skid? d) Apply hard brake? At an intersection where there is a flashing amber(yellow)traffic light. When the traffic signal-light facing you is red and you intend to go straight through the intersection. c a) Close to the right-hand side of the roadway? b) Close to the left-hand of the roadway? c) Immediately to the right of the centre line of the roadway? 7 . Unless otherwise posted. village or built-up area is: a) 100 km (60miles) per hour? b) 80 km (50miles) per hour? c) 60 km (35 Miles) per hour? d) 90 km (55miles) per hour? To get out vehicle out of skid. proceed only when the signal turns green and when the way is clear d 23. then proceeds with caution? b)Stop.
d) Does not matter provided you signal? 25. What does the solid line means? a) Pass at any time? b) It is safe to overtake and pass? d c d 8 . 31. Proceed only it is safe to do so? 27. When a right turn against a red signal light is permitted. 29. and proceed only when it is safe to do so? A flashing red Signal light at an intersection means: a) Slow down and drive with increased caution? b) Slow down and if necessary yield right-of-way to cars approaching from the left or right? d c) Signal light is out of order. what does the law require you to do before entering the intersection and making the turn? c a) Slow down. c) Report the accident to your insurance company only? d) Report the accident to the Ministry of Transportation and communication only? How Close to a fire hydrant may you legally park? a) 1. d) Slow down. proceed with caution? d) Stop. When a streetcar is stopped to take on or discharge passengers. proceed with caution? b) Stop. where there is no safety zone. 32. what does the law require you to do before passing the streetcar? d 26.5 meters (5 ft)? b) 6 meters) 20 ft)? c) 4. a) Stop behind the rear of the street car and proceed? b) Sound horn and pass with caution? c) Pass on the left side when the way is clear? d) Stop 2m (6mt) behind the rearmost door where passengers are getting on or off. signal and turn? A flashing blue light mounted on a motor vehicle indicate: a) Motor vehicle carrying explosive? b) Snow removal equipment? c) An ambulance? d) A police emergency vehicle? If you are involved in an accident in which someone is injured you must: a) Report the accident at once to the nearest provincial or municipal police officer? b) Report the accident within 48 hours to the nearest provincial or municipal police officer? b a 30. and then merge into traffic? c) Stop.5 meters (15 ft)? d) 3 meters (10 ft)? Never Change lanes in traffic without: a) Blowing you horn and looking to the rear? b) Looking into the rear view mirror only? c) Giving proper signal and looking to make sure the move be made safely? d) Decreasing speed and giving correct signal? A solid centre line on the roadway is on your side of a broken centre line. signal makes the turn so as not too interfere with other traffic. including pedestrians? 28.
c) Pass only when no traffic is in sight? d) It is unsafe to overtake and pass? 33. a) Stop not less than 1. a) Speed up so that passing is not necessary? b) Signal to order drivers not to pass? c) Move to the right and allow such vehicle to pass? d) Move to the left to prevent passing? Most automobile skids are the result of: a) Under-inflated tires? b) Over-inflated tires? c) Snow or ice o the road? d) Driving too fast? The best way to stop quickly on a wet or icy roadway is to: a) Pump the brakes until you come to as stop? b) Keep the foot off brake and let compression stop you? c) Put brakes on hard and try to prevent vehicle from skidding? c d 40. 35. you should: a) Keep as close as possible to the car ahead? b) Proceed slowly into intersection until the traffic ahead moves on? c c) Stop before entering the intersection and wait until traffic ahead moves on? d) Sound horn to warn cars ahead to move on 36.5 m (15 ft) from the nearest rail? b) Increased speed and cross tracks as quickly as possible? c) Stop not less than 5 m (15 ft) from the nearest rail? d) Slow down and proceed with caution? Parking Lights may be used: a) At any time? b) For parking only? c) When driving in heavy fog? d) When driving on well lighted street? b 38. When the driver of another vehicle is about to over take and pass your vehicle you must: 39. You are required to keep a safe distance behind the vehicle in front of you 50 kms (30 miles) an hour you should keep at least: a) Five car length behind the other vehicle? b) One car length behind the other vehicle? c) Three car length behind the other vehicle? d) Seven car length behind the other vehicle? When approaching an intersection and you notice the roadway behind the intersection is blocked with traffic. When a car is stopped to allow a pedestrians to cross the street at a marked cross walk. a 9 . When approaching railway crossing at which an electrical or mechanical signal device is warning of approach of a train must: c 37. you should: a) Pass the stopped car to the right? b) Not pass any car stopped to allow a pedestrian to cross? c) Sound horn for the driver of the stopped car to drive on? d) Pass the stopped car on the left? b c 34.
What documents may a police officer require a motor vehicle owner to produce? 48. If you involved in a reportable accident how soon must you make a report to your nearest provincial or municipal police office? a) At once? b) Within 24 hours? c) Within 48 hours? d) Within 72 hours? When approaching a red traffic light and a police man motions you to go through . viaduct or tunnel if driver’s view is obstructed? d d) all of the above? 42. Except when passing. b a) 15 m (50m)? b) 30m (100ft)? c) 60m (200fe)? d) 90m (300ft)? 44. where the speed limit is in area is in excess 60km/hr flares or deflations must be placed approximately what distance ahead of and to the rear of the disable vehicle? d 43.you must a 46. Before moving your car from a parked position. signal and pull from curb quickly? d) Check other traffic. Under which of the following conditions is it dangerous and unlawful to make “U-turn? a) Upon a curve or a hill where is a clear view of less than 150 m (500ft) in either direction? b) On a railway crossing or within30m (100ft) of a railway crossing? c) Within 150m (500ft) of a bridge. a a) Go through at once? b) Call the policeman’s attention to the red light? c) Stop to make sure the policeman wants you to go through? d) Wait for the light to turn green? 47. or village? b a) 30m (100ft)? b) 60m (200ft)? c) 120m (400ft)? d) 150m (500m)? 45. what distance must be maintained between commercial vehicles traveling in the same direction on the highway outside a city town.d) Apply brakes the same way you always do? 41. a) Liability Insurance card? b) Ownership? c) A valid driver’s license? d) All of the above? In Ontario. When should you wear seat belt? a) Only for elderly people or children under sixteen years of age? b) In between business hours only? c) Always? d c 10 . You should: a) Signal and pull from curb? b) Sound your horn and pull from the curb slowly? c) Check other traffic. signal and pull from curb when it is safe to do so? When a truck becomes a disabled on the highway.
05%? c) 0.08%? d) 1. When stopped by police at a roadside spot check and asked to provide a breath sample? b 50. c 52.d) Never? 49. c 55. the safest thing to do is? a) Open and shut your eyes rapidly? b) Look at the headlights of the approaching vehicle? c) Turn slightly to the right hand side? d) Look slightly to the right hand side? In what position on the roadway must you be before making left turn from a one way traffic street? a) Close to the right-hand side of the roadway? 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? d d 54. a) 0. 53. a) Never? b) To another person who is learning to drive? c) For identification purposes only? d) In Emergency? Are cars drivers responsible for their passengers buckling up? a) Only if passengers are over sixteen years of age? b) Only if passengers are up to sixteen? c) Only if passengers are in the front seat? a b 11 . a) You can refuse until a lawyer comes? b) It is criminal offence to refuse? c) It is traffic offence to refuse? d) You can refuse if you’ve had nothing to drink? If you are convicted of drinking and driving you will loose your driver’s license on the first offence for: a) 1 month? b) 3 Months? c) 6 Months? d) 1Year At what level of alcohol in the blood can you be convicted of being an impaired driver? d 51.0%? Every accident must be reported to the police where there is personal injury or when the damage exceeds? a) $100? b) $150? c) $20? d) $1000? At night when you meet another vehicle with blinding bright lights.03%? b) 0. When may you lend your driver’s licence? 56.
means: a) You may turn to the left if way is clear? b)You may turn to the right if the way is clear c)You may proceed straight through if the way is clear d) You may do any of the above? a d 59. How soon after a licenced driver changes his/her name or address is he/she required to notify the Ministry of Transportation and Communication: a) Within 6 days? b) Within 15 Days? c) Within 30 days? d) At any time prior to renewal of license? A Flashing green light at an intersection where turns to the left and right are permitted. When it is safe to do so. To What penalties is a driver liable who is convicted of drinking while disqualified? a) A fine of $500 or imprisonment for six months or both? b) Impoundment of the motor vehicle being operated for three months? c) An additional 6 months period of suspension of driving privilege? d) Any or all of the above? d 60.d) Only if passengers are over eighteen years of age? 57. 58. When a Red signal light with a green arrow is shown at an intersection it means: a) Stop and wait for green before making turn in the direction of the arrow? b b) Proceed with caution in the direction of the arrow yielding right-of-way to pedestrians and other traffic? c) Stop and then proceed? d) The green arrow is a signal for pedestrians only? 62. a 12 . When may a driver make a left turn on a red light? a) When the way is clear? b) On any red light? c) From a one way street into a one-way street when the way is clear and the vehicle has been brought to a full stop? d) From a two way street into a two way street when the way is clear and the vehicle has been brought to a full stop? When a blowout occurs you should: c 63. passing other vehicles on the right sides: a) Is permitted on any street of highway? b) Is permitted it is possible to do so by driving on the shoulder of the road? c) Is not permitted under any circumstances? d) Is not permitted when the street or highway has two or more lanes for traffic in the direction you are traveling? d 61.
b) You must have driver with you at least four year driving experience.08% d) 0. c) Hold the steering wheel with both hands d) Drive only day time. If you have G1 Licence. a) You will be called for interview? b) Your License will be cancelled c) You will receive a warning letter? d) Your License will be suspended for 30 days and you may be charged under criminal code. If you have G1 or G2 Licence. If you have G1 Licence. In what lane of traffic should you drive when you intend to make a right-hand turn? a) Close to the left side of the roadway? b) Close to the right-hand side of the roadway? c) Close centre line of the roadway? d) Does not matter provided you signal? If You have G1 or G2 licence and you are driving under influence of alcohol? b 72. 75. pass the G1 Exit test. c) Complete defensive driving course. d a b a b a d 13 . after required time you will get G2 Licence by mail. 78. 77. c) In the Bad weather when visibility is poor. b) Don’t do any thing. What someone should do? a) Pass the written test.05% c) 0. the driver setting besides you should be a) Owner of the vehicle b)Be your relative or friend c) Must sit on the front seat alone d)Must have done defensive driving course To change Licence from G1 to G2. d) After waiting the required time. what is the maximum level of blood concentration you could have? a) 0.5% If you have G1 Licence at what time you are not suppose to drive? a) ½ hours after sunrise and ½ hours before sunset b) From midnight till 5am. you could drive on 400 series Highways or any road where speed is more than 80 km/h a) You have a certified Driving Instructor with you b) Driver with 4 years driving experience c) When carefully you could enter highway? d) When you get make experience. 76. If you have G1 Licence most important thing is that you should: a) Drive alone so that you won’t get distracts. 74.a) Let up on the accelerator and concentrate on steering? b) Accelerate and steer to the left? c) Accelerate and steer to the right? d) Let up on the accelerator and jam on the brakes? 64. d) In rush hours. for G2.00% b) 0. 73.
a) Your blood alcohol concentration should be 0. for how long your licence will be suspended.409) Highways or any other road where speed is more than 80km/h.427. c) 8 demerit points. you could only drive on 400series (400. d) During first two year 9 or more demerit points. a) 30 days. a) 4 demerit points. b) 60 days.404. d) 120 days If you have G1 Licence. d 81. b) Driver with 4 years driving Licence.407. a a) You have a certified diving Instructor with you.410. c)When carefully you could enter highway d) When you make experience 14 . a b) You should not drive from midnight to 5 am c) Not drive on 400 series highways d) Drive anywhere anytime you don’t have any restriction 80. c) 90 days. b) 6 demerit points. b 82.0%. If you have G1 or G2 Licence. If you have G1 or G2 Licence and you have accumulated maximum allowable demerit points. as many working seat belts. after how many demerit points your licence could be suspended. you can carry only as many a passengers.401. If you have a G2 licence You should.79.
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