DZ PRACTICE TEST QUESTIONS 06

If you aspire to a career as a truck driver in Ontario, the first step you need to take is to apply to get a truck driver’s license. This handy DZ practice test questions will give you the information you need to begin the process.
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If you fail a roadside breath test, your licence suspension will begin...?
Immediately
24 hours from the point of the failed test
48 hours from the point of the failed test
One week from the point of the failed test

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Trying to escape from the police when ordered to stop will result in a licence suspension of a minimum of...?
Five years
Four years
Three years
Two years

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Which of these is the only offence which will not result in two demerit points on your licence?
Improper use of your horn
Failing to signal
Not wearing a seatbelt
Failing to lower your headlight beam

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For maximum fuel efficiency, when driving at high speed you should...?
Use your air-conditioning
Open your left hand window
Open your right-hand window
Open both windows

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If you are caught with a blood-alcohol concentration in the "warn range” (0.5-0.8) and it is your first offence, you will immediately be suspended for...?
Three days
Seven days
24 hours
Five days

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Leaving the scene of the collision without giving your details or tending to any wounded will result in how many demerit points on your licence?
Seven
Six
Five
Four

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If you are caught driving while your licence is suspended for a Criminal Code offence, the vehicle you are driving, regardless of whether it belongs to you or not, will be impounded for a minimum of...?
45 days
7 days
15 days
30 days

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Which of these drugs can seriously impair your ability to drive?
All of them
Illegal narcotics
Over-the-counter cold remedies
Drugs prescribed by your doctor

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If your blood alcohol concentration is more than .08, you will be immediately suspended for...?
90 days
60 days
30 days
120 days

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If you are stopped three times in a five-year period with a blood-alcohol concentration in the "warn range" (0.5-0.8) you will receive an immediate suspension of...?
30 days
15 days
7 days
60 days

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Wrong!

Who is responsible for making sure that a vehicle is being driven by a person who is legitimately allowed to drive it under Ontario law?
The vehicle owner
The passengers
The driver
The police

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The most fuel efficient range for any type of truck is...?
70 – 90 km/h
80 – 100 km/h
50 – 70 km/h
40 – 60 km/h

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If you refuse to give a sample of breath, blood, oral fluid or urine when required to by police, you will...?
Be treated as if you have failed the test
Be given a warning
Be fined $150
Be ordered to walk home

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For your second suspension in the 'warn range' of 0.5-0.8 BAC, you must undertake mandatory alcohol education within what time of the suspension?
120 days
240 days
60 days
365 days

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For maximum fuel efficiency, you should keep your RPM...?
As low as possible
As high as possible
In the middle of the range
Any of these depending on circumstances

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If you are driving a bus and you fail to stop at an unprotected railway crossing, you will receive how many demerit points on your licence?
Five
Six
Four
Three

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Which of these offences will result in a licence suspension of one year?
Being in control of a boat with a blood-alcohol concentration of more than 0.8
Walking on the street with a blood-alcohol concentration of more than 0.8
Riding on a train with a blood-alcohol concentration of more than 0.8
Committing a shoplifting offence with a blood-alcohol concentration of more than 0.8

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Which of these is the only offence which will not result in three demerit points on your licence?
Parking next to a fire hydrant
Driving under a railway crossing barrier
Using a radar detector
Failing to yield right-of-way

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If you cause bodily harm when driving while impaired, you can be sentenced to how long in prison?
14 years
7 years
5 years
3 years

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If you are stopped and found to have a blood-alcohol concentration over .08, your vehicle will immediately be impounded for...?
7 days
3 days
14 days
24 hours

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Wrong!

Being stopped three times in a five-year period with a blood-alcohol concentration in the "warn range” (0.5-0.8) means you must, if you wish to carry on driving, have an ignition interlock device fitted to your vehicle for...?
Six months
One year
Three months
One month

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For your second offence of driving 50 km/h or more over the speed limit within a five-year period, you can be suspended for up to...?
60 days
30 days
90 days
15 days

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If you commit two offences of driving while your licence is suspended for a Criminal Code offence within five years, you can be fined up to...?
$50,000
$25,000
$10,000
$5,000

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How many driving Criminal Code offences will result in a lifetime ban from driving in Ontario?
Four
Three
Five
Six

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If you are convicted as a first-time offender for a Criminal Code offence whilst driving, your licence will be suspended for...?
One year
Two years
Six months
Three years

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Which of these can help you to save fuel?
Inflating your tires to the maximum air pressure recommended
Driving as fast as possible
Reaching your required speed as quickly as possible
Keeping your fuel tanks as full as possible

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Drivers aged 21 and below must not drive with a blood-alcohol concentration of more than...?
0.0
0.1
0.2
0.5

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If you drive while your licence is suspended, you can go to jail for up to...?
Six months
One year
Three months
One month

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Your driving licence may be suspended for which of these offences?
Failing to carry insurance
Driving 40 km/h over the speed limit
Failing to obey the instructions of a police officer
Driving the wrong way on a one-way street

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You will receive six demerit points on your licence if you exceed the speed limit by more than...?
50 km/h
40 km/h
60 km/h
70 km/h

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DZ Practice Test Questions

Passing the AZ/DZ written test Ontario is as easy as 1 2 3 using our online interactive DZ practice test questions. Please note study for this Ontario truck driver license test is completely FREE.

A class “A” holder allowed to drive any tractor-trailer combination May also drive vehicle in class D and G. A class “A” licence does not permit you to drive a bus carrying passengers, a motorcycle or a moped.

When you apply for a truck driver’s licence you must take a knowledge test. However, you don’t have to take this test without preparation. You will have learned most of the information required in your driver education course, but apnatoronto.com also provides this free practice test online so you can get an idea of what to expect on the actual test.

Class A licence holder is allowed to drive any tractor-trailer combination May also drive vehicle in class D and G. A “Z” air brake endorsement is required on a driver’s licence to operate any air brake equipped motor vehicle.