G1 Rules of The Road Marathon 11
When approaching a railway crossing at which an electrical or mechanical signal device is warning of the approach of a train, you must:
When approaching a railway crossing at which an electrical or mechanical signal device is warning of the approach of a train, you must stop at least 5m (15ft.) from the nearest rail. Wait until the signal lights stop flashing and, if the crossing has a gate or barrier, wait until it rises before you cross the tracks.
If you receive a call while driving, and you do not have a passenger who can take the call, you should:
Make it a habit to pull over and park to use your cell phone or have a passenger take the call or let it go to voice mail. If you must use a cellular phone when driving, you must use it hands-free.
Snow removal vehicles on public roadways are equipped with flashing ______ lights.
Snow-removal vehicles on public roadways are equipped with flashing blue lights that can be seen from 150 metres.
When are broken white lines (dashes) used on streets and highways?
Broken white lines (dashes) are used on one-way streets and highways when there is more than one lane of traffic moving in the same direction.
As a level two (G2) driver, your alcohol level must not be over:
Level One and Level Two Drivers must have a blood alcohol level of zero when driving. New drivers caught drinking and driving will receive a 30-day suspension and can also be charged under the Criminal Code.
Which of the following classes of vehicles may carry a red light visible from the front?
Only emergency vehicles responding to a call may carry a red light visible from the front.
Examples of hands-free devices include:
Examples of hands-free devices include all of these options.
If a fully-licensed or hybrid driver is convicted of distracted driving, they face:
If convicted, a fully licensed driver (holder of Class A, B, C, D, E, F, G) or a hybrid driver (holder of a full-class licence and a novice licence such as Class G and M1) who talks, texts, types, dials or e-mails using hand-held cellular phones and other hand-held communications and entertainment devices face fines of up to $1,000 and three demerit points applied to their driver’s record under Ontario’s distracted driving law.
At an intersection where there is a flashing amber (yellow) traffic light, you must:
At an intersection where there is a flashing amber (yellow) traffic light, you must slow down and proceed with caution.