For each section of the G1 test practice, we have multiple practice tests. In order to successfully prepare, consider utilizing these exams and Ontario’s official driver’s handbook to your advantage.


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Question 1
Yield Sign
A
School area ahead
B
Railway crossing ahead
C
You must let traffic in the intersection or close to it go first
D
You have the right-of-way
Question 1 Explanation: 
Yield Sign: Drivers must give the right-of-way to other traffic. Drivers must stop if necessary, and proceed only when the way is clear.
Question 2
Sharp turn or bend in the road
A
Keep to left
B
Winding road ahead
C
Sharp turn or bend in the road in the direction of the arrow
D
Danger, road ends
Question 2 Explanation: 
Sharp turn or bend in the road in the direction of the arrow. Slow down and be careful.
Question 3
Do not enter this road
A
Keep to right
B
Keep to left
C
Do not pass
D
Do not enter this road
Question 3 Explanation: 
Vehicles are not permitted to enter this road. Drivers should plan their routes ahead. Even if a GPS indicates that the driver should enter the road, drivers are not permitted to enter. Find an alternate route to the destination.
Question 4
Road work ahead
A
A construction sign replacing flagman on duty
B
School area ahead
C
Road work ahead
D
Regulatory sign-reduce speed
Question 4 Explanation: 
Construction ahead. Drivers should adjust speed and be prepared to stop if necessary. Use caution when driving as there may be construction workers on duty. Be alert and watch for other related construction signs.
Question 5
Passing permitted
A
Street racing permitted
B
Passing permitted
C
Parallel parking permitted
D
Two-way traffic
Question 5 Explanation: 
Drivers are permitted to pass on the road in this section. Check for oncoming traffic, and pass only if it is safe to do so.
Question 6
Slow moving vehicle, the vehicle ahead will be travelling at 40 km/h or less
A
Dead end street ahead
B
Stop sign ahead
C
Slow moving vehicle, the vehicle ahead will be travelling at 40 km/h or less
D
Yield right-of-way
Question 6 Explanation: 
Tractors, farm machinery, or any heavy “equipment” vehicles which travel at speeds of 40km/h or less must display this “Slow-Moving Vehicle” sign. When approaching a vehicle displaying this sign, drivers should slow down and be prepared to drive at a lower speed. Drivers must not pass until it is legal and safe to do so.
Question 7
Do not turn left at the intersection
A
You are approaching a traffic island
B
Do not turn right at the intersection
C
Do not turn left at the intersection
D
Hidden intersection ahead
Question 7 Explanation: 
Do not turn left at the intersection. Drivers should plan their route in advance. Even if a GPS says to turn left, do not turn left at the intersection. Find an alternate route to the destination that does not involve a left turn at the intersection.
Question 8
I am turning right
A
You may pass me
B
I am turning right
C
I am turning left
D
I am slowing or stopping
Question 8 Explanation: 
Turning right – If your signal lights or brake lights fail, this hand signal must be used.
Question 9
You must come to a complete stop
A
Stop only if others vehicles are approaching
B
Bump sign 150 meters
C
Stop sign 150 meters
D
You must come to a complete stop
Question 9 Explanation: 
Drivers must stop the vehicle completely by applying the brakes firmly and ensuring that the vehicle has stopped moving. “Pausing” the vehicle by braking slightly, then continuing through the intersection without stopping completely (also known as a “rolling stop”) is not considered a complete stop. Drivers who do not come to a complete stop can be charged by the police. Once the vehicle is fully stopped, drivers should wait until the way is clear before entering the intersection.
Question 10
school zone
A
Direction sign for children
B
Playground zone sign
C
Children playing in residential area
D
It warns that you are coming to a school zone
Question 10 Explanation: 
Watch for children. Be prepared to stop and yield right-of-way to children. Obey the directions of any crossing guard or school safety patroller.
Question 11
Destination board
A
Pedestrian control sign
B
Destination board. Shows directions to nearby towns and cities
C
School zone watch for children playing
D
Provincial park
Question 11 Explanation: 
This sign shows directions to nearby towns or cities. In this case, continue on the road to get to Barrie; turn left at the intersection to travel to Orillia; turn right to go to Midland.
Question 12
Slow traffic on multi-lane roads must keep right
A
Caution school bus crossing
B
School crosswalk sign
C
Slow traffic on multi-lane roads must keep right
D
X intersection for school vehicles
Question 12 Explanation: 
When travelling on a multi-lane road, slower traffic must use the right lane(s). The left lane(s) is (are) intended for vehicles that are passing other, slower traffic. Use the left lane to pass, then pull over to the right lane and travel in the right lane.
Question 13
Sharp curves in the road
A
Exit to the right
B
Winding road ahead
C
Crosswalk ahead
D
Sharp curves in the road
Question 13 Explanation: 
This sign warns drivers that there is a sharp curve in the road head. Adjust speed if needed.
Question 14
Railway crossing ahead
A
You are approaching a hospital zone
B
Pedestrian crosswalk ahead
C
You are approaching a 4-way intersection
D
Railway crossing ahead
Question 14 Explanation: 
Railway crossing ahead. Be alert for trains. The sign also indicates the angle at which the railway tracks cross. In this case, the symbol for the road and the symbol for the railway cross at 90◦, which indicates that the railway tracks cross at a 90◦ angle to the road.
Question 15
Do not stop in the area between the signs
A
Vehicles approaching from the angle shown must stop
B
No entry into the intersection
C
Need no stop for stop signs in the direction of arrows
D
Do not stop in the area between the signs
Question 15 Explanation: 
These signs occur in pairs or groups. Drivers are not permitted to stop between these signs.
Question 16
The driver in this lane must turn right
A
The driver in this lane must turn right
B
Advance warning of danger
C
Lane usage sign permitting all turns including left
D
No parking from arrows to corner
Question 16 Explanation: 
Traffic in this lane must turn right. Drivers should plan their routes ahead and be certain to choose the correct lane.
Question 17
Winding road ahead
A
Narrow road ahead
B
Hidden intersection ahead
C
Road slippery when wet
D
Winding road ahead
Question 17 Explanation: 
Road winds ahead. Be prepared to reduce speed; watch for oncoming traffic.
Question 18
Do not turn to go in the opposite direction. (U-turn)
A
Do not turn to go in the opposite direction. (U-turn)
B
No right turn permitted
C
Road slippery when wet
D
No left turn permitted
Question 18 Explanation: 
Do not make a U-turn along this section of the road. Drivers should plan their route in advance. Even if a GPS says to make a U-turn, do not make a U-turn. Find an alternate route to the destination that does not involve making a U-turn.
Question 19
Prohibited sign
A
Do not enter roadway
B
Means a traffic circle ahead
C
Prohibited sign
D
Do not enter unless local traffic
Question 19 Explanation: 
This sign prohibits an action. The action prohibited varies, depending on the sign. For example, if the sign includes a left turn arrow, the sign means “No Left Turns”.
Question 20
Paved surface ends ahead
A
Bridge Ahead
B
Narrow road ahead
C
Intersection ahead
D
Paved surface ends ahead
Question 20 Explanation: 
Pavement ends; slow down and drive with caution. Gravel roads can be dangerous, especially if the road has been freshly “graded” (grading a road involves spreading a fresh layer of gravel on the road to level it out). Driving at high speeds on a thick layer of gravel could cause the vehicle to fishtail or spin, and could result in an accident.
Question 21
Keep to the right of the traffic island
A
Keep to the right of the traffic island
B
Pass other traffic on the right
C
Road turns right then left
D
Winding road ahead
Question 21 Explanation: 
This sign indicates drivers must remain to the right of the traffic island. Traffic islands are used to divide a roadway into two separate sections, often at intersections.
Question 22
Bump or uneven pavement on the road ahead
A
Factory, slow down
B
Construction zone
C
Bridge or Viaduct
D
Bump or uneven pavement on the road ahead
Question 22 Explanation: 
Bump or uneven pavement on the road ahead. Slow down and maintain control of the vehicle.
Question 23
Two lanes ahead: both lanes travel in the same direction
A
Road turns to the right
B
Road turns to the left
C
Merge Ahead
D
Two lanes ahead: both lanes travel in the same direction
Question 23 Explanation: 
Two-lane section of highway ahead. Slower drivers should keep to the right. Drivers who wish to travel faster (within the speed limit) should pass on the left in the extra lane, then move back to the right lane. Smaller highways often have passing lanes at regular intervals to allow faster traffic to pass under safer conditions. Drivers should be aware that oncoming traffic may also use the extra lane to pass if conditions permit and are safe. “Keep Right Except to Pass” is the general rule when travelling in any situation where there are two or more lanes of traffic travelling in the same direction.
Question 24
Permissive sign
A
Permissive sign
B
Roundabout ahead
C
No trucks
D
Route for large trucks
Question 24 Explanation: 
This sign permits an action. The action permitted varies, depending on the sign. For example, if the sign includes a bicycle, the sign means that bicycles are permitted to use the roadway.
Question 25
Traffic lights ahead. Slow down
A
Bump 120 meters ahead
B
Traffic lights ahead. Slow down
C
Stop sign 150 meters ahead
D
Railway crossing ahead
Question 25 Explanation: 
This sign is used to warn drivers that they are approaching a regulated intersection. This sign usually appears when an intersection is “hidden”, for example, by a sharp curve in a road. Drivers should slow down and be prepared to stop.
Question 26
I am slowing or stopping
A
I am turning left
B
I am slowing or stopping
C
You may pass me
D
I am turning right
Question 26 Explanation: 
Slowing or stopping – If your signal lights or brake lights fail, this hand signal must be used.
Question 27
Snowmobiles cross this road
A
Caution: Animal Crossing
B
Snowmobiles cross this road
C
Snowmobile parking ahead
D
Bicycle parking permitted
Question 27 Explanation: 
Snowmobiles cross the road. Be prepared to slow down and stop if needed.
Question 28
Speed limit changes ahead
A
End of 50 km per hour zone
B
Speed limit for rural school zones
C
Maximum speed of 50 km/hour from this sign to next sign
D
Speed limit changes ahead
Question 28 Explanation: 
The speed limit changes to 50 km/h ahead. Drivers should be prepared to adjust their speed accordingly.
Question 29
Divided highway begins
A
Divided highway begins: traffic travels in both directions on separated roads ahead
B
Road under construction
C
Divided highway ends
D
Narrow bridge ahead
Question 29 Explanation: 
Divided highway begins. Each direction has its own road. Keep to the right-hand road. The “new” road may have more than one lane, but all lanes travel in the same direction.
Question 30
I am turning left
A
I am turning right
B
I am stopping
C
I am slowing or stopping
D
I am turning left
Question 30 Explanation: 
Turning left – If your signal lights or brake lights fail, this hand signal must be used.
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Everything You Need to Know About G1 Test Practice

G1 Test PracticeAll set for a driving exam? Or getting anxious? Whatever may be your reasons, here you can definitely take a chill pill. As we are going to cast light on G1 test practice and how it is useful for many driving aspirants out there.

We understand how holy and pure is the feeling of getting your license on the first attempt. It not provides a sense of responsibility but gives us freedom. In a teenager’s life, it is the first step of being an adult and responsible citizen.

Passing the G1 exam in Ontario will give you this feeling of liberation. However, like every other exam, there are basic procedures and activities to take and learn in order to pass the G1 and get your first driver’s license.

What are the Criteria for Appearing for G1 Test?

There are certain criteria you need to have before appearing for the G1 test which is the first step of getting a driver’s license. You must be at least 16 years old, have to clear an eye test, and pass the written G1 Test to qualify for your driving license.

The procedure of getting the license is long divided into three main steps, the first one is to pass the written or knowledge test which is also known as the G1 test. The second step is to clear the road driving test and the last to pass the vision test.

However, part one involves the study and hard work.

Are G1 Tests Hard?

Now all the things come down to this million-dollar question which is the question asked in the G1 test is easy or tough. So it basically depends on your level of preparation and how much dedication you have given to the examination. The question set consists of 40 multiple choice questions divided into two parts. Each section has 20 questions. The first part focuses on traffic signs and all which you can learn easily using the MTO handbook and the second part will contain all the driving rules and regulations which are also available in the handbook.

You will fail the test if you do not achieve a minimum score of 16 on each segment. This ensures that you could not pass even though you get a perfect 20 on one section but a 15 on the other one. Often examinees skip reading the MTO handbook and instead focus on practicing the sample questions which is not a wise thing to do.

If you won’t read the handbook, you won’t be able to perform best on the practice tests as well. So the very thing to do is read the handbook carefully. Not just read it but also learn from it.

How A G1 Test Practice Helps You Pass Your Ontario Driving Test?

Now many aspirants who appear for the driving test failed to clear it in their first attempt which is not something to be ashamed about. But in our opinion, if you are giving time and resources to something then it is your responsibility to make the best out of it. And when we fail in the first attempt, it somehow shatters our confidence which further makes planning for the second attempt scary. The lack of faith will make the remainder of the learning to drive phase much more daunting. However, we can easily avoid it by doing G1 test practice which not will enhance our confidence but also provide us a better understanding of the questions asked in the examination.

If you take a test from a trusted site, it will provide a deep insight into the examination.

Benefits of Taking G1 Practice Test

There are many benefits of taking a G1 practice test, some of which we have mentioned below to give you a clear insight about it.

  1. Deep Knowledge – When you take a practice test, you will end up gaining more knowledge about the exam. The practice tests are packed with different questions and each question is equally relevant to the exam. It is the best way to learn more about the exam.
  1. Sense of Real Examination – to be very honest, most people get nervous during the real examination and why is it so? Because of the fear of getting failed, plus we haven’t been aware of the pressuring environment. But when you take the practice test your brain gets the idea about the examination pattern, a question asked and surroundings, this will reduce the chance of getting nervous. It will also enhance your chance to pass the examination.
  1. Opportunity to Improve Your Mistakes – Practice tests are the finest approach to learn from your mistakes. When you take practice, you will know your weakest section and then you will work accordingly. It reduces the chance of marking the wrong answers in the real examination. A practice test is a good way to improve your mistakes.
  1. Money Saver – Now you must be confused about this point. But practice tests help us in saving money. When you take the practice test you will enhance your chance of clearing the exam on the first attempt which will save you all the dollars for trying for a second or third time. By investing some money, if you are saving a whole lot of money then in our opinion that is cool. Most of the website offers practice tests for free, so you don’t have to spend any money on it.

The Bottom Line

Okay! This is our take on the “Everything You Need to Know About G1 Test Practice”. It might seem vague or odd to you to take a practice test for the driving exam but trust us it is beneficial. And the happiness of passing the exam on the first attempt is beyond measurement. The learning process can be daunting but the practice session would be fun if you will answer all the questions right.

So don’t confuse yourself anymore? Take a practice test and enhance your chance of getting a license. Also, you can contact us regarding your questions. We are here to help you.