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1 - If you change the colour of your vehicle, what are you required to do?
1. Nothing, just make sure your vehicle meets safety road standards
2. Tell the Driver and Licence Issuing Office within 6 days of the change
3. Tell the Driver and Vehicle Licence Issuing Office within 60 days of the change
4. Book an emissions test with Drive Clean
2 - Which statement is correct regarding red lights?
1. From a one-way street to a one-way street you may turn left after slowing for a red light
2. You may turn right on a red light, unless otherwise posted, provided you stop first
3. If you are in a hurry you may drive through red lights with caution only if the way is clear
4. All of the above
3 - When are you required to wear a seatbelt?
1. Wearing a seatbelt is optional
2. All drivers and passengers are required to wear a seatbelt and be properly buckled up
3. Only drivers are required to wear a seatbelt
4. Only passengers are required to wear a seatbelt
4 - Unless posted in cities, towns, villages and built-up areas the maximum speed limit is?...
1. 40 km/h
2. 50 km/h
3. 70 km/h
4. 80 km/h
5 - Which one of these statements is a basic parking rule?
1. No not park within 3 m of a fire hydrant
2. Park on a hill so that you can see ahead
3. Do not park within 150 m of intersections with traffic lights
4. Do not look while opening your door
6 - If there is no median, how far in front and behind a school bus are you required to stop?
1. At least 20 m beind and far enough in front of children to exit the bus and cross safely
2. At least 18 ft behind and far enough in front for children to exit the bus and cross safely
3. At least 5 m behind and far enough in front for children to exit the bus and cross safely
4. At least 4 ft behind and far enough in front for children to exit the bus and cross safely
7 - What challenges do commercial vehicles have that are dangerous for other vehicles?
1. They have small blind spots
2. They make wide turns
3. They roll forward after stopping
4. They block large amounts of snow and slush from your windshield
8 - Two solid yellow painted lines on a roadway as in this picture do which of the following?
1. Help in calculating distances from one exit to the next
2. Act as a left and right turn lane markings
3. Provide drivers information about upcoming exits
4. Are warning to guide drivers away from fixed obstacles like islands, bridges etc.
9 - What if you are a G1 or G2 driver and you have 9 or more demerit points within 2 years?
1. You must surrender your licence--your licence will be suspended for 6 days
2. You must surrender your licence--your licence will be suspended for one month
3. You must surrender your licence--your licence will be suspended for 60 days
4. Your will receive a warning letter in the mail to improve your driving
10 - It is illegal to not stop behind a stopped school bus with alternating flashing red lights. If you do not stop, what can happen?
1. You can be fined $50-$150
2. You can be fined $400-$2000
3. You can be fined $2000-$30000
4. You may fined for the first offence depening on Officer; you will only receive a warning
11 - How many passengers may you have in a vehicle if you have a Class G1 license?
1. Only the other driver with a class G licence may be in the backseat of a car
2. Up to a maximum of 4
3. As many as there are working seatbelts
4. No other passengers may be in the car with you
12 - What does the round signal with a white vertical line on it represent in the picture?
1. It is a left turn signal
2. It is a spare light should the other ones malfunction
3. It is a transit priority signal allowing public transit vehicles the right-of-way
4. It is a symbol indicating pedestrians may not cross
13 - When can you pass on the right?
1. You can only pass on the right if there is an emergency
2. You may never pass on the right
3. On one-way or multi-lane roads, when passing a streetcar or a vehicle turning left
4. On any type of road providing there is an unpaved shoulder
14 - What is the best way to check your blind spots?
1. Through your side mirrors
2. Through your rear-view mirrors
3. Turning your head and doing shoulder checks
4. Asking your passengers to check for you
15 - What should you do when you hear bells or sirens or see flashing lights?
1. Slow down and move to the far left of the roadway but do not stop
2. Slow down, move to the far right of the roadway and stop when it is safe to do so. Do not block the shoulder if on a freeway
3. Come to a complete stop whereever you are
4. Speed up and keep the movement of the traffic going
16 - How much time do you have to surrender your license, vehicle permit (or copy) and insurance when asked by a police officer?
2. Within 12 hours
3. Within 24 hours
4. You do not have to, they will look you up in the system
17 - How much space should you have between you and any vehicle are you following?
1. No rule applies and you will not get a fine or demerit points as long as caution is used
2. At least 2 seconds so you can see around the vehicle ahead and also have enough time to stop
3. Atleast 10 seconds so you can see around the vehicle ahead and also have enough time to stop
4. There is a rule of 6 seconds but it is for car drivers only
18 - Upon approaching a yield-sign, what does the law require you to do?
1. Slow down, stop if necessary, and yield right-of-way
2. Stop, and then enter traffic quickly
3. Speed up and force your way into traffic
4. Stop, and then enter traffic slowly
19 - If you refuse a police roadside blood alchohol screening test what can happen?
1. You have the option of going to the police station and taking a breathalyzer test
2. Your licence will be suspended and you can face criminal charges
3. You get a warning that will go on your record and you cannot refure when asked next time
4. You have 24 hours to show up for a test
20 - What does the Accessible Parking Permit give you?
1. Allows parking in designated spaces for you or passengers with you who qualified for the parking permit
2. Allows parking everywhere during designated times
3. Allows parking in designated spaces, even if the person with the disability is not a passenger
4. It gives everyone in your family the privilege to park, stand or stop in any area
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