G1 Rules of the Road Marathon 2
As a level one (G1) driver, you must be accompanied by a class G or higher licensed driver, who has driving experience of more than:
As a level one (G1) driver, you must be accompanied by a class G or higher licensed driver, who has driving experience of more than 4 years.
When a red signal light with a green arrow is shown at an intersection, it means:
When a green arrow is shown with a red light, you need to proceed immediately in the direction of the arrow if you are in the correct lane.
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:
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.
Overdriving your headlights (when the vehicle in front of you is within your headlights' range) at night is dangerous because:
Your headlights' range shows an approximate distance that you should keep from the vehicle in front of you. If the vehicle you are following gets into your headlights, it means you are too close and you cannot stop within a safe distance if need be.
The two-second rule is used to determine:
A safe following distance is at least two seconds behind the vehicle you are following. This lets you see around the vehicle ahead and gives you enough distance to stop suddenly. To estimate the time, wait until the rear end of the vehicle in front of you passes any distinct and fixed point on the roadway (e.g. a road sign, mailbox, line/crack/patch in the road). However, don't take your eyes off the vehicle for more than a second or that would defeat the purpose. As you count to yourself the elapsed time in seconds, the front of your car should pass the same point no less than two seconds later. If the elapsed time is less than this, increase the distance, then repeat the method again until the time is at least 2 seconds.
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.
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.
Which of the following penalties can the court impose on a person convicted of driving 50 km/h or more over the speed limit?
If police stop you for driving 50 km/h or more over the speed limit, you will be charged with street racing. Police will suspend your licence on the spot and impound your vehicle for 7 days. If convicted for the first time, you will face penalties that include: $2,000 to $10,000 fine; jail term of up to 6 months; licence suspension up to 2 years or 6 demerit points.
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?
Stay at least two meters 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.
If your brakes fail:
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 the 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.