Ontario Driving Test - Rules 2
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What is the consequence for the third or subsequent occurrence of a driver caught with a blood alcohol concentration in the ‘warn range’ of 0.05 to 0.08?
A 30-day license suspension and a $150 fine
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A mandatory alcohol treatment program
An ignition interlock condition lasting six months
If a commercial vehicle becomes disabled on the highway during a period that lights are required, flares or reflectors must be placed on the front and the rear of vehicle at an approximate distance of...
The first time they reach 15 demerit points, fully-licensed G drivers will have their license:
Suspended for 6 months
Suspended for 15 days
Suspended for 7 days
Suspended for 30 days
How much insurance coverage is provided to an uninsured driver?
No coverage whatsoever
$20,000 insurance coverage
$15,000 insurance coverage
$10,000 insurance coverage
Never change lanes without:
Honking the horn and providing the appropriate hand signal
Checking the rear view mirror
Signaling, checking the rear view mirror and checking blind spots
Signaling and decreasing speed
Fully licensed drivers (G license) may be required to attend an interview and/or re-examination of their driving ability at:
9 demerit points
6 demerit points
3 demerit points
15 demerit points
What documents may police officers require drivers to produce?
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The ownership papers for the vehicle being driven
A pink insurance slip for the vehicle being driven
Their own valid driver's license
What is meant by 'overdriving' the headlights?
It means that drivers are overworking their headlights, increasing the likelihood that the bulbs will burn out
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It means that drivers are using their high beam headlights all the time
It means that drivers are going so fast that their stopping distance is farther than they can see with their headlights
A flashing blue light mounted on a motor vehicle indicates:
A motor vehicle carrying explosives
A police emergency vehicle
Snow removal equipment
By law, drivers must report a collision to the police when a person sustains injuries, or when there is damage to vehicles or other property exceeding:
The Accessible Parking Permit?
Allows drivers to park in a disabled parking space even if the person with the disability is a not passenger
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Permits the person with the disability to park anywhere, including areas signed, “No Parking”
Issued to an individual, entitles the vehicle in which it is displayed to be parked in a designated disabled parking space
What is the safest action for drivers to take when their vehicle drives over black ice?
Calmly remove their foot from the accelerator and steer in the desired direction
Put the vehicle in neutral and steer in the desired direction
Calmly remove their foot from the accelerator and steer immediately to side of the road
Brake hard while maintaining a firm grip on the steering wheel
A school bus with red signal lights flashing is stopped on a highway that has no median strip. What does the law require drivers to do?
Stop at least 20 m away if approaching the bus from behind or stop a safe distance from the bus if approaching from the opposite direction. Proceed only when the bus’ signal lights are no longer flashing
Reduce speed and pass with care, watching for children who may be crossing the highway
Wait for approaching vehicles to pass, then pass
Proceed along the road, honking their horns loudly
When approaching a railway crossing where an electrical or mechanical signal device is warning of an approaching train, drivers must:
Accelerate and cross the tracks as quickly as possible
Stop at least 1.5 m from the nearest rail or gate
Slow down and proceed across the tracks with extreme caution
Stop at least 5 m from the nearest rail or gate
When are drivers permitted to lend their license to someone else?
When the other person is learning to drive
When the other person needs it for identification purposes
When the other person needs it for an emergency
The Ministry of Transportation may suspend the license of G drivers after a 9 demerit point interview:
If the driver does not have at least 5 years driving experience
If the license is not needed for business purposes
If the driver fails to attend the interview, or fails to give good reasons for being permitted to keep the license
The Ministry is not permitted to suspend licenses until drivers reach 15 demerit points
If a traffic signal changes while a pedestrian is still on the street, who has the right-of-way?
Motorists making a turn
Motorists coming from left
Motorists coming from right
The hand-and-arm signal for right turn is indicated by:
Arm out and down
Arm out and up
Arm straight out the window
Circular motion of the arm
When driving on a highway near an exit ramp, what should drivers do if there are continuity lines to the right of their lane?
They must merge with the traffic to their right
They must exit because their lane is ending
They must merge with the traffic to their left
They are not required to do anything unless they want to exit; the lane is unaffected
The best way to stop quickly on wet or icy roadways is to:
Brake hard and hold the wheel firmly to prevent the vehicle from skidding
Apply the brakes as usual; do not brake hard
Brake firmly. If the wheels lock, release and reapply the brakes in quick succession until the vehicle comes to a stop
Do not brake. Release the gas pedal and let the vehicle slow down and stop on its own
What should drivers do if they become stranded in snow?
Build a fire for warmth and to signal for help
Get out of the vehicle and begin walking to get help
Run the vehicle’s engine no more than about 5 minutes every hour to stay warm while avoiding carbon monoxide poisoning
Keep the engine running so that people in the vehicle will not freeze
The centre lane of some roads is used as a ....?
Short term parking
Two-way left-turn lane
When approaching an intersection that is blocked with traffic, what should drivers do?
Keep as close as possible to the car ahead
Stop and wait until the traffic ahead moves on before entering the intersection
Honk loudly to warn cars ahead to start moving
Make a U-turn and find another road that does not have a traffic jam
When a police officer motions them to go through an intersection where the light is red, what should drivers do?
Obey the police officer's signal and proceed
Wait for the light to turn green
Call the police officer's attention to the red light
Stop to make sure the police officer wants them to go through
What should drivers do if they feel drowsy while driving?
Open the window for some fresh air
Turn up the radio
Stop in a safe area and rest
How much time do drivers have to inform the Ministry of Transportation of any change of name or address?
Within 28 days
Within 12 days
Until the next time they need to renew their license
Within 6 days
When turning left onto a one-way road to a one-way road you must:
Turn from the left curb lane to the left curb lane
Turn from the right curb lane to the right curb lane
Turn from the left curb lane to the right curb lane
Turn from the right curb lane to the left curb lane
Pedestrians facing a flashing or steady red hand symbol should:
Race across the intersection as quickly as possible
Wave at the red hand in order to be polite
Not begin to cross the road. If they have already begun to cross, they should finish crossing quickly and safely
Wet roadways can cause:
Loss of traction
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Special passing or climbing lanes let slower vehicles move into the right-hand lane so that faster ones can pass safely in the left lane.
In good weather, what is the minimum following distance drivers should maintain between their vehicle and a motorcycle in front of them?
Road test failures may result from:
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Lack of skill and control
Difficulty obeying traffic laws
What actions should be taken when a vehicle’s brakes fail?
Press on the brakes as hard as possible until they re-engage
Wave down the nearest police officer and shout for help
Use the emergency brake and honk loudly to warn other drivers while looking for a soft collision point
Pump the brakes rapidly and shift into a lower gear
If you are reversing straight back or to the right....
Turn your body and head to the right and look back over your right shoulder
Turn your body and head to the left and look over your left shoulder
At an intersection where left-turn lanes are marked on the pavement....?
Make your turn from the marked lane
Does not matter provided you signal
You can use it to pass slower traffic
You can use it to park your car
When involved in a reportable accident, drivers must report this to their nearest provincial or municipal police...
Within 24 hours
Within 48 hours
Within 72 hours
Under what circumstances could drivers lose their license?
Failure to pay a traffic fine when ordered by the courts
Failure to attend a re-examination
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Failure to pay a reinstatement fee
A flashing green light at an intersection where turns to the left and right are permitted indicates that drivers may:
Proceed straight through if the way is clear
Turn right or left or go straight if the way is clear
Turn to the left if the way is clear
Turn to the right if the way is clear
A solid line to the left of a lane means:
Pass only when there is no traffic in sight
It is unsafe to pass
Pass as soon as it is safe to do so
Overtake and pass with caution
A traffic signal with a red light and a green arrow indicates:
Stop and wait for a green light before turning in the direction of the arrow
Proceed with caution in the direction of arrow
The green arrow is for pedestrians only
Stop and then proceed
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