G1 Practice Test – Rules 3

We have created five interactive quizzes whose questions are nearly identical to the ones you will see on your G1 written test. If you can pass each of the five quizzes without any outside assistance, you are ready to take the real thing. Good luck!

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The hand-and-arm signal for slowing or stopping is indicated by:
hand-and-arm signal for slowing or stopping
Arm out and down
Arm out and up
Arm straight out the window
Circular motion of the arm

Correct!

Wrong!

It is more dangerous to drive at the maximum speed limit at night than during the day because:
driving at night
Drivers cannot see as far ahead, even with headlights
Some drivers unlawfully drive with parking lights only
The roadways are more apt to be slippery at night
Drivers’ reaction time is slower at night

Correct!

Wrong!

If a front tire goes flat, the vehicle will pull strongly to:
front tire goes flat
The side that has the flat tire
The left side
The right side
The side of the road

Correct!

Wrong!

Drivers licensed under the Graduated Driver License Program are restricted from operating a vehicle:
when any amount of alcohol has been consumed
during daytime hours
with a blood alcohol level over .08 %
without a supervisor

Correct!

Wrong!

When parked facing downhill:
parked facing downhill
The front wheels must be turned towards the curb or right shoulder
The front wheels must be parallel to the curb
The front wheels must be turned to the left and the parking brake must be set
The direction of the wheels doesn’t matter as long as the parking brake must be set

Correct!

Wrong!

When approaching vehicles that leave their high beams on at night, drivers should:
approaching vehicles that leave their high beams on
Look up beyond and slightly to the right of the oncoming lights
Open and shut their eyes continuously and rapidly
Look at the headlights of the approaching vehicle
Turn their lights on high beam as well

Correct!

Wrong!

During poor weather conditions such as rain, snow, smoke and fog, which beam should headlights be on:
poor weather conditions
Low beam
It doesn’t matter, just have the headlights on
Headlights should not be used under these conditions
High beam

Correct!

Wrong!

What should drivers do when exiting a freeway?
exiting a freeway
Signal, move into the deceleration lane, reduce speed gradually and obey exit signs
Do what the vehicle ahead does
Signal, then stop to wait for an opening in traffic
Signal and accelerate while merging smoothly into the exit lane

Correct!

Wrong!

If a vehicle becomes disabled on a 400-series highway, the driver should:
vehicle becomes disabled on a highway
Pull over, turn on the emergency flashers and wait for help
Get out and walk to get help
Get out and try to wave highway traffic around the vehicle
Honk the horn in order to signal for help

Correct!

Wrong!

How many days do new Ontario residents have to register their vehicles?
30 days
60 days
90 days
120 days

Correct!

Wrong!

If a vehicle’s wheels go off the paved road, what should a driver do?
wheels go off the paved road,
All of the answers are correct
Grip the steering wheel firmly and avoid heavy braking
Release the gas pedal, allowing the vehicle to slow down naturally
Keep the vehicle under control and steer back onto the paved road

Correct!

Wrong!

Drivers must switch to low beam headlights while driving a vehicle at night if:
switch to low beam headlights
Approaching an oncoming vehicle or following another vehicle
Approaching an intersection
Another driver dims his lights
Blinded by the headlights of an approaching vehicle

Correct!

Wrong!

Unless turning left or passing another vehicle, drivers should:
Keep to the right of the road
Keep to the right of the road or in the right-hand lane on multi-lane roads
Drive in the center of the roadway
Drive on the right shoulder of the roadway
Keep to the left of the road or in the left-hand lane on multi-lane roads

Correct!

Wrong!

If a tire blows out, drivers should:
tire blows out
Release the gas pedal to slow down and steer the vehicle firmly in the direction they want to go
Apply the brake and steer to left
Apply the brake and steer to right
Brake quickly, as hard as the brakes are able to work

Correct!

Wrong!

The hand-and-arm signal for left turn is indicated by:
Arm straight out the window
Arm straight out the window
Circular motion of the arm
Arm out and up
Arm out and down

Correct!

Wrong!

If you are reversing to the left...?
reversing to the left
Turn your body and head to the left and look over your left shoulder
Turn your body and head to the right and look back over your right shoulder

Correct!

Wrong!

How many demerit points will be recorded against a driver's license if the driver fails to remain at the scene of a collision?
driver fails to remain at the scene of a collision
7 Points
5 Points
4 Points
10 Points

Correct!

Wrong!

When is it permissible to use only the parking lights on a vehicle?
use only the parking lights
Only when parked
At any time
When driving in heavy fog
When driving on a well-lit street

Correct!

Wrong!

In good weather conditions drivers are required to keep a safe distance behind the vehicle in front. Drivers should keep at least:
keep a safe distance behind the vehicle in front
Two to three second’s distance behind the other vehicle
Seven car lengths behind the other vehicle
One second’s distance behind the other vehicle
Five cars length behind the other vehicle

Correct!

Wrong!

A broken line to the left of a lane means:
broken line to the left
Drivers may pass if the way is clear
Drivers must not pass
Drivers may pass at any time
Drivers may pass only during day light hours

Correct!

Wrong!

At any intersection where you want to turn left or right...?
intersection where you want to turn left or right
All of these
If you are turning left, you must wait for approaching traffic to pass
If you are turning left or right, you must wait for pedestrians to cross
If you are turning right, you should check your blind spot for cyclists approaching from behind

Correct!

Wrong!

Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit allowed on a highway outside a city, town, village or built-up area is:
maximum speed limit allowed on a highway outside a city
80 km/h
50 km/h
100 km/h
60 km/h

Correct!

Wrong!

Objects that cannot be seen in a vehicle’s rear and side view mirrors are said to be in the vehicle's:
Blind spot
Blind spot
Danger zone
Safe zone
Dark area

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Wrong!

A three-point turn starts from the ___________ of the road.
three-point turn
Far right side
Left side
Center
Any side

Correct!

Wrong!

Skids usually result from:
Skids
All of the answers are correct
Hard braking
Accelerating too quickly
Driving too fast

Correct!

Wrong!

Under all conditions drivers should travel at a speed that will allow them to:
Stop within a safe distance
Stop within a safe distance
Stop within 90 m
Stop within 60 m
Stop within 150 m

Correct!

Wrong!

The nearest a driver may park to a fire hydrant is:
3 metres
5 metres
2 metres
6 metres

Correct!

Wrong!

What must drivers do before entering a highway from a private road or driveway?
entering a highway from a private road
Yield right-of-way to all vehicles approaching on the highway
Honk loudly and proceed with caution
Enter or cross the highway as quickly as possible
Make the appropriate hand signal then take the right-of-way

Correct!

Wrong!

Drivers who fail or refuse to give a breath or blood sample when asked by police:
refuse to give a breath or blood sample
Will have their license suspended immediately for 90 days
Will have their license suspended immediately for 7 days
Will have their license suspended immediately for 30 days
Will receive a warning letter by mail

Correct!

Wrong!

Rules for both G1 & G2 license holders include:
Rules for both G1 & G2
All of the answers are correct
Drivers must not operate a motor vehicle if they have been drinking alcohol
Drivers’ blood alcohol must be zero
Each person in the vehicle must wear a seat belt

Correct!

Wrong!

Before moving from a parked position:
Before moving from a parked position
Always signal and check mirrors and blind spot for traffic; enter the live lane of traffic only when it is safe to do so
Check for other traffic and slowly enter the live lane of traffic
Honk loudly and quickly enter the live lane of traffic
Signal and enter the live lane of traffic

Correct!

Wrong!

The fine for not using a child car seat or booster seat as required by law is…?
child car seat or booster seat
Up to $1,000 plus two demerit points
Three demerit points
Four demerit points
Up to $500 plus three demerit points

Correct!

Wrong!

When another vehicle attempts to pass:
another vehicle attempts to pass
Drivers should move to the right and let it pass
Drivers should accelerate so that passing is not necessary
Drivers should tap their brakes to tell the other driver not to pass
Drivers should move to the left to prevent passing

Correct!

Wrong!

What should drivers do when a car is waiting to allow a pedestrian to cross at a marked crosswalk?
car is waiting to allow a pedestrian to cross at a marked crosswalk
They should wait: drivers must not pass any vehicle within 30 m of a pedestrian crosswalk
They should pass to the left of the car
They should honk so that the car will drive on
They should pass to the right of the car

Correct!

Wrong!

When descending a steep hill, a good, safe driving practice is to:
descending a steep hill
Gear down, using the motor to assist in braking
Turn off the ignition
Place the vehicle into neutral
Engage the clutch and coast

Correct!

Wrong!

Hydroplaning can cause vehicles to skid. The term "hydroplaning" occurs when:
Hydroplaning
The vehicle’s tires ride on top of the water, as if they were water skis
The vehicle develops a flat tire
The vehicle encounters black ice on the roadway
The vehicle’s tire pressure is too high

Correct!

Wrong!

At 15 demerit points a driver’s license will be suspended for 30 days. After the suspension, the number of demerit points on a fully-licensed driver's record will be reduced to:
license will be suspended
Seven
Ten
Five
Three

Correct!

Wrong!

When a red "X" is indicated over a driving lane:
red "X" is indicated over a driving lane
Drivers must not enter or remain in that lane
The red "X" applies only to pedestrians
There is a traffic light ahead
Drivers must stop immediately

Correct!

Wrong!

What is the minimum following distance drivers must maintain from an emergency vehicle that has its lights or sirens on?
distance drivers must maintain from an emergency vehicle
150 m
50 m
100 m
250 m

Correct!

Wrong!

When deciding to make a U turn, drivers must first observe:
deciding to make a U turn
Posted traffic regulations
Weather conditions
The turning radius of the road
The height of the curbs at the sides of the road

Correct!

Wrong!

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Driving Test In Ontario - What You Need To Know

Are you at the right age to have a license? If so, then you must get yourself your license. But are you confused about how to get it, what is the process and what are the tests that you need to give to get a driving license? If you are nodding in yes, then you’re exactly at the place you need to be. Yes, in this article we are going to tell you everything that you need to know about the driving license and the tests associated with it. By the end, we are pretty sure that you’ll be well informed.

So, let’s move further…

Everything that you need to know about the driving tests

Driving TestIn Ontario, Canada, there are three different kinds of exams or tests that you need to give if you wish to get, reinstate, renew or exchange your driving license.

Before they give you a license, they check if you’re capable of getting on the roads or not taking road, knowledge, and vision tests. All these tests are held at a test centre of the province and they are administered by one of their employees.

Moreover, a potential driver or a driver has to perform each kind of test when they wish to get their license. That’s why we are sharing a quick guide on the tests just for you.

Written/ Knowledge Tests

When you first start the process of obtaining your driving license, you will have to clear the knowledge and written test to get your G1.

After that, if you’re someone who’s reinstating or renewing your Canadian license, then you will need to give one another knowledge test.

Moreover, all the written tests are completely based on the information that is in the MTO or ministry of transportation official driving handbook.

So, here are the things that are generally included in the knowledge test:

  • Format- The paper is asked in the form of a multiple-choice question. It contains two or three different sections, also it can be either on paper or computer.
  • Length- The duration of the paper is about 20 minutes to 30 minutes but there’s no such tough limit.
  • Language- The G1 driving test basically comes in twenty different languages nevertheless all the other levels of the exam are either in french or English. However, there are options for translations that you can book before your test. Make sure to contact the nearest driving test centre to your place.
  • Outcome/Result- To pass the examination, you need to obtain 80% or more than that.
  • Retries- In case, you fail and don’t pass the test, then you can give it again by paying the fee right away. Moreover, all the written tests are remote proctored, and they are held in a designated room of a drive test centre.

Please note that, if you are caught disrupting others or cheating then strict actions will be taken against you and you’ll be thrown out of the room. Also, you’ll be declared failed automatically, and consequently, you’ll lose the amount you paid as a fee. Most importantly, you won’t be able to give the test again until you don’t pay the fee.

Do you know? If you are a person with a disability, then you can take an appointment to get your paper read by someone else. In case, you are at a place where you’re supposed to give the exam on computers, they also offer audio services.

Driving Exams/Road Tests

There are two kinds of road tests that you need to attend for the G2 and G levels of the Canadian driving license. The new drivers need to pass the driving exams before obtaining a full license. Moreover, you need to complete a road test too if you fulfill all these necessary conditions:

  • If you are a driver of any foreign place, then you can be asked to complete one road test. It can be based on your country and level of experience (according to the documents).
  •  If you’re the one who wants to renew their license i.e, G2 or G1 license or a G license that expired 12 months ago.
  •  If you want to renew your license and your age is above 80 years and more, then they can ask you to pass the driving test.
  •  If you want to reinstate your suspended (3 or more years) license.

The level of the test doesn’t matter, you need to arrive at the place of examination, thirty minutes before the test. Also, you must come with a vehicle as it won’t be provided to you.

Vision Test

In Ontario, Canada, you being a driver is responsible for keeping the information of your license up to date along with the status of your vision. In case your status of vision changes, then you need to notify the nearby test centre. Moreover, if you don’t feel the need to use glasses, then you will have to clear a vision test at the respective test centre. Also, to confirm your vision status, you need to fill a vision specialist form.

Nevertheless, you might be asked to pass a vision test at any point in time. But how does the test work? No worries read about it further.

  • You will have to read a decreasing series of alphabets and numbers which are placed at a distance.
  • Your vision must not be less than 20/50 and the peripheral vision must be 120 with both your eyes open.

Moreover, if you don’t pass the vision test, then you must have a form filled by a vision specialist before completing your renewal or license application.

The timing of the test is only a few minutes and they are performed by an employee of the test centre. Also, they’ll ask you to look into special equipment while wearing your lenses.

Conclusion

Here comes the end of our article and we hope you’re now well informed and ready to get yourself a license. In this article, we have mentioned everything about the driving tests, how you need to prepare for them and what the examiners ask in the test. We hope you’ll now prepare well and get yourself your license.

In case, you still have any questions, confusions or queries then feel free to ask us.