DKT Test (General Knowledge) #6
What should you do if you get a major medical condition that could impair your ability to drive?
Your doctor is not responsible for contacting the Department of Transportation, and you are not required to surrender your driver's license. First, get in touch with Roads and Maritime.
If one or both of your wheels slide off the edge of the road, you should take the following steps:
Gentle throttle and steering adjustments will reduce your risks of losing control.
You're on your way down this road. You hear an ambulance siren and see it in your rearview mirror. You ought to
Moving to the left will allow the ambulance to pass with as much room as feasible. If you make any unexpected maneuvers, such as abruptly slowing down, the ambulance may have to swerve dangerously to avoid you.
If you are involved in an accident that requires your vehicle to be taken away and the police do not respond, you must:
The accident must be reported.
You're driving down a street and want to pull over for a few moments. Is it legal to double park your automobile (stand it on the road alongside another parked car)?
Double parking obstructs the road and puts other road users at danger.
What should you do if you miss a freeway exit?
You should exit the freeway at the next available exit and proceed to the opposite side of the freeway to your desired exit. On the motorway, reversing is risky and illegal.
You borrow a friend's car, only to discover that the driver's seat is too far away from the steering wheel and controls. So, what are your options?
If you can't reach the pedals and steering wheel comfortably, don't drive a car because it will be considerably more difficult to handle.
What information must you provide to the other driver(s) if asked whether your car is involved in an accident (regardless of the damage)?
This ensures that for insurance purposes, all parties have the correct information.
Is it necessary to give a signal if you intend to turn left?
Even though there are arrows indicating a left turn, you must signal so that other cars are not confused.