G1 Practice Test 5

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What does this sign mean?

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Vehicles cannot change lanes into or out of an HOV lane in this area.

What does this road sign mean?

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This is a “Sharp Turn Ahead” road sign.

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This sign means that there is a closed lane ahead. Adjust speed to merge with traffic in the lane indicated by the arrow.

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This is a “Slippery When Wet” road sign. Drive with caution.

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This sign means that the pavement has been milled or grooved. Your vehicle's stopping ability may be affected, so obey the speed limit and drive with extra caution. Motorcyclists may experience reduced traction on these surfaces.

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This is a “One Direction Only” road sign.

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Chevron (arrowhead) signs are posted in groups to guide drivers around sharp curves in the road.

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This sign means that stopping is not allowed in the area between the signs, even for a moment.

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This is a “Stop” sign. You must come to a complete stop and yield the right-of-way to passing vehicles from both directions.

What is the driver indicating?

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The driver is about to slow down or stop.

The broken centre line on your side of the roadway means you may

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The broken centre line on your side of the roadway means you may pass only if the way is clear.

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Slow traffic on multilane roads must keep right.

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This sign marks a zone within which school buses load or unload passengers without using the red alternating lights and stop arm.

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This is a regulatory sign instructing drivers to keep to the right lane except when passing on two-lane sections where climbing or passing lanes are provided.

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This sign means “No Left Turn During the Posted Times.”

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This sign means that you must watch for pedestrians and be prepared to share the road with them.

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This is a sign indicating a roundabout is 300 metres ahead.

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This is a “Survey Crew Ahead” road sign.

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This is a “Maximum Speed Limit on the Highway” road sign.

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This is a “Right Lane Ends” sign. If you are in this lane, make sure you safely merge with traffic in the lane to the left.

At night, should you meet another vehicle with blinding bright lights, the safest thing to do is

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At night, should you meet another vehicle with blinding bright lights, the safest thing to do is to look slightly to the right-hand side.

Choose the correct statement from the following

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Parking lights are only for parking. In low light, use your headlights, not parking lights.

How close to a fire hydrant may you legally park?

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Do not park within 3 metres of a fire hydrant, on or within 100 metres of a bridge, or within 6 metres of a public entrance to a hotel, theatre, or public hall when it is open to the public.

You must report an accident to the police if

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By law, you must report any collision to the police when there are injuries or damage to vehicles or property exceeding $2,000.

Examples of hands-free devices include

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Examples of hands-free devices include all of these options.

It is more dangerous to drive at the maximum speed limit at night than during daytime because

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It is more dangerous to drive at the maximum speed limit at night than during daytime because you cannot see as far ahead at night.

If your brakes fail,

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Although very rare (only 5% of accidents are caused by brake failure), it is still crucial to know what to do should brake failure occur. 1) If you are driving a car with a manual transmission, downshift as quickly as you can without losing control of the car. Don't shift into first or second gear too suddenly; wait until the car has slowed somewhat. If you are in a car with an automatic transmission, shift down one gear at a time. The first of the low gears is usually labeled "1." 2) Apply a mild pumping action to the brake pedal to build up some pressure, allowing you to stop in a safe manner (do this even if you do have ABS brakes). 3) Apply the parking brake gently but firmly. Apply this brake gradually to avoid locking your wheels.

When getting out of your car on a busy street, you should open your door

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When getting out of your car on a busy street, you should open your door only when it can be done safely.

You are required to keep a safe distance behind the vehicle in front of you. You should keep at least a ____ space between your vehicle and the one ahead.

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A safe following distance is at least two seconds behind the vehicle in front of you. This lets you see around the vehicle ahead and gives you enough distance to stop suddenly.

Before leaving your car parked on the right side of the street facing a downgrade, you should

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When parking facing downhill, turn your front wheels toward the curb. This will keep the vehicle from rolling into traffic if the brakes become disengaged.

Why is it necessary to look over your shoulder when changing lanes?

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It is necessary to look over your shoulder when changing lanes as there is always a blind spot in your rearview mirrors, no matter how you adjust them.

You are approaching the intersection with a flashing red light. You must

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You must come to a complete stop at a flashing red light. Move through the intersection only when it's safe. [Flashing Red Light; Traffic Lights; 3. Traffic Signs and Lights; The Official MTO Driver's Handbook]

Under the Highway Traffic Act, if you are convicted of driving while your licence is suspended, assuming it is your first offence, you will

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If you are convicted of driving while your licence is suspended for an HTA offence, you will have to pay a fine of $1,000 to $5,000 for a first offence and $2,000 to $5,000 for a “subsequent” offence. (A “subsequent” offence is when you are convicted again within five years.) The court can order you to spend up to six months in jail, or you may have to pay a fine or do both. Six months will be added to your current suspension as well.

There are two lines in the centre of the road to divide traffic. One is a solid line; the other is a broken line. The line closest to oncoming traffic is broken, but the line on your side of the road is solid. What does the solid line mean?

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A solid line in the described situation means that it is unsafe to overtake and pass.

Hydroplaning occurs during heavy rain when a vehicle's tires ride up above the water on the roadway. To help prevent hydroplaning, you should

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All of these answers are correct.

When a streetcar is stopped to pick up or discharge passengers and there is a safety island, what does the law require you to do?

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Stay at least two metres behind the rear doors where passengers are getting off or on. This rule does NOT apply at stops where an area has been set aside for streetcar passengers or there is a safety island. Always pass these areas at a reasonable speed and be prepared for pedestrians to make sudden or unexpected moves.

Level one drivers (G1) must keep their blood alcohol level at zero percent and be accompanied by a Class G driver with a blood alcohol level of less than _____ (if the class G driver is 22 or older).

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Please note that the question implies a person with a G1 licence behind the wheel. They must not drive alone; an accompanying driver must sit in the front passenger seat, have a valid Class G (or higher) licence, at least four years of driving experience, and must have a blood alcohol level of less than 0.05% when accompanying (accompanying drivers 21 and under must have zero percent). [Level 1 (Class G1), Chapter 1 Getting Your Driver's Licence, The Official MTO Driver's Handbook]

If you miss an expressway exit, what should you do?

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Make sure you are not creating a dangerous situation. Continue straight ahead and take the next exit.

As a level one or two driver, if you collect nine or more points during a two-year period, your licence will be suspended for

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As a level one or two driver, if you collect nine or more points during a two-year period, your licence will be suspended for 60 days and you must surrender it to the Ministry of Transportation. You can lose your licence for up to two years if you fail to surrender it.

If two drivers enter an uncontrolled intersection from opposite directions at the same time, one going straight while the other is turning left, which vehicle has the right-of-way?

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If two drivers enter an uncontrolled intersection from opposite directions at the same time, one going straight while the other is turning left, the driver going straight has the right-of-way.

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