G1 Rules of The Road Marathon 7

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When lights are required, drivers must switch from high beam lights to low beams when following another vehicle:

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Use your low beam headlights when following a vehicle within 60 metres. On country roads, switch to low beams when you come to a curve or hilltop so you can see oncoming headlights and won't blind oncoming drivers. If you can't see any headlights, switch back to high beams.

If you want to pass a motorcycle, you should:

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Motorcycles, bicycles, limited-speed motorcycles and mopeds often need to pull to the left or right side of their lane to avoid dangerous road conditions or to be seen by other drivers. Do NOT take this as an invitation to pass in the same lane. If you do want to pass these vehicles, do so by changing lanes.

If someone is tailgating you, what should you do?

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While it does not seem logical to slow down, as it will decrease your distance from the tailgater, it will actually allow for more space in front of you. If the car you are following suddenly brakes, you will have enough time to do it gradually, so that the tailgater has some time to slow down, too, without hitting you in the back.

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.

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]

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.

Highway 407 near Toronto is:

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Highway 407 is an express toll route (pay toll highway) and you have to pay to be able to use it.

When a streetcar is stopped to take on or discharge passengers, where there is no safety zone, what does the law require you to do before passing the streetcar?

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When a streetcar is stopped to take on or discharge passengers, you must stop 2 m behind the rearmost door where passengers are getting on or off, and proceed only when it is safe to do so.

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 towards the curb. This will keep the vehicle from rolling into traffic if the brakes become disengaged.

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