Ontario G1 Practice Test Signs2

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Question 1

A
Two way traffic
B
One way traffic
C
Obstruction ahead
D
Intersection ahead. The arrow shows which direction of traffic has the right-of-way
Question 2

A
Hidden intersection ahead
B
You are approaching steep hill
C
Pedestrian crossing ahead
D
Right lane ends ahead
Question 3

A
You may turn left only during the time shown
B
Do not turn right during the times shown
C
Do not make a U turn
D
Do not turn left during the times shown
Question 4

A
Pedestrian only
B
Pedestrian not permitted
C
School zone ahead
D
Watch for pedestrians and be prepared to share the road with them
Question 5

A
Winding road ahead
B
Right turn only
C
Right turn allowed
D
Slight bend or curve in the road ahead
Question 6

A
Divided highway ends
B
Narrow bridge ahead
C
Divided highway ahead
D
Road under construction
Question 7

A
Winding road ahead
B
Pavement is slippery when wet
C
Bumpy road ahead
D
No passing ahead
Question 8

A
You must exit if you remain in right hand lane
B
You may exit if you remain in right hand lane
C
You must drive in right lane under any circumstances
D
End of highway, you must move into right hand lane
Question 9

A
Do not leave your bicycle here
B
You can park your bicycle here
C
Bicycle are not permitted unless you carry a valid pass
D
No bicycles allowed on this road
Question 10

A
Stop sign ahead. Slow down
B
Dead end street ahead
C
Slow moving vehicle ahead
D
Yield right-of-way
Question 11

A
Zoo ahead
B
Wildlife preservation center ahead
C
Deer regularly cross this road; be alert for animals
D
Scenic view ahead
Question 12

A
Two way traffic ends
B
Two way traffic
C
Two way traffic begins
D
Share the road with oncoming traffic
Question 13

A
Construction work one kilometre ahead
B
Road work ahead
C
Construction zone begins
D
Lane ahead closed
Question 14

A
Road ahead turn right then left
B
Intersection ahead
C
Narrow road ahead
D
Road ahead turn left then right
Question 15

A
Only bicycle permitted ahead
B
Bicycle not allowed ahead
C
Bicycle parking here
D
Bicycle crossing ahead
Question 16

A
Left turn only
B
Right turn only
C
Do not turn right
D
Flashing lights on the arrows show the direction to follow
Question 17

A
Do not turn left
B
Only right turn allowed
C
Do not turn right
D
Do not turn right when facing a red light at the intersection
Question 18

A
Two way traffic ends
B
Do not turn right
C
Traffic may travel in one direction only
D
Two way traffic ahead
Question 19

A
Two way traffic begins
B
Two way traffic ahead
C
The lane is only for two-way left turns
D
Two way traffic ends
Question 20

A
Divided highway ahead
B
You are approaching a one-way street
C
Hidden intersection ahead
D
Pavement narrows ahead
Question 21

A
Do not enter
B
Pedestrian allowed
C
No pedestrians allowed on this road
D
Cross walk ends
Question 22

A
Steep hill ahead. You may need to use a lower gear
B
Safety check ahead
C
Pavement ends, 500 feet ahead
D
Bumpy road ahead
Question 23

A
Dead end ahead
B
Hidden drive way ahead
C
Dead end on the right
D
Road branching off ahead
Question 24

A
Do not drive through the intersection
B
Through traffic permitted
C
You may proceed through intersection, if clear
D
Do not turn left
Question 25

A
No parking ahead
B
Do not enter ahead
C
Do not pass on this road
D
One-way road only
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