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Test

1. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Do not enter
b) Do not enter unless local traffic
c) A traffic circle ahead
d) Do not pass
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2. What does the following sign refer to?
a) No entry into intersection.
b) No stopping.
c) Vehicles approaching from the angle shown must stop.
d) Need not stop for stop signs in directions of arrows.
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3. What does the following sign refer to?
a) School area
b) Bumpy road
c) Don't stand or stop in this area
d) No bicycle allowed on this road.
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4. What does the following sign refer to?
a) If you park you have to pay
b) Don't park between the signs
c) Don't pass
d) Playground zone.
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5. What does the following sign refer to?
a) You must make a right turn only
b) You must not make a left turn
c) Hidden intersection ahead
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6. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Road slippery when wet
b) No right turn permitted
c) No left turn permitted
d) You must not make a "U" turn.
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7. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Pass to right of traffic island
b) Road turns right then left
c) Winding road ahead
d) Pass other traffic on the right
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8. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Maximum speed of 50km/hr (30 mi/hr) from this sign to the next
b) Speed limit for rural school zones
c) End of 50 km/hr zone
d) Maximum speed of 50km/hr ahead
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9. What does the following sign refer to?
a) This lane is reserved for specific types of vehicles during certain times and days such as buses, taxis, bicycles and vehicles with more than three passengers.
b) No buses allowed on specific lane around that time and days.
c) No stopping within the times and days indicated.
d) Don't enter between the times and days indicated.
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10. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Construction sign- slow down, obey flagman's directions
b) Construction sign replacing flagman on duty
c) Regulatory sign – reduce speed
d) This sign warns of highway work operations ahead.
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11. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Destination board
b) School zone-watch for children playing
c) Provincial park
d) Pedestrian control sign meaning no active games
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12. What does the following sign refer to?
a) By wheelchair only or disabled person parking
b) Winding road ahead
c) No parking
d) No standing
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13. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Intersection ahead.
b) Narrow bridge ahead
c) Paved surface ends ahead
d) The road ahead is split.
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14. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Divided highway ahead
b) You are approaching a one-way street
c) Hidden intersection ahead
d) Pavement narrows
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15. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Must not make a right turn
b) You are approaching traffic signal lights
c) You must not make a left turn
d) You are approaching a stop sign
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16. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Drive with caution
b) Share the road with oncoming traffic
c) Slippery when wet
d) No standing
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17. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Road ahead slippery when wet
b) Bumpy road ahead
c) Winding road ahead
d) Railway crossing ahead
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18. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Divided highway ends
b) Narrow bridge ahead
c) Road under construction
e) Divided highway ahead
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19. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Right lane ends
b) Hidden intersection ahead
c) You are approaching steep hill
d) Pedestrian crossing ahead
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20. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Traffic lights ahead. Slow down.
b) Stop sign 150 meters (400 ft) ahead.
c) Railway crossing ahead.
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21. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Safety check ahead
b) Warns of steep hill ahead
c) Pavement ends, 500 ft ahead
d) Bumpy road ahead
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22. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Narrow road ahead
b) Hidden intersection ahead
c) Railway crossing ahead
d) Two roads will join into one. Drivers on both are equally responsible.
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23. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Factory, slow down
b) Bump or uneven pavement
c) Construction zone
d) Bridge or viaduct
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24. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Playground zone sign
b) You are approaching a railroad crossing
c) You are approaching a hospital zone
d) You are approaching a pedestrian crosswalk.
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25. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Winding road ahead
b) Keep to left
c) Danger, road ends
d) Danger, sharp turn
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26. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Deer regularly cross. Be alert for animals b) Zoo ahead c) No honking at animals d) Deer are welcome.
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27. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Truck entrance on the right side ahead
b) No trucks allowed.
c) Slow down for trucks
d) Truck route.
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28. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Playground zone sign & School zone sign.
b) Children playing in residential area & Direction sign for children
c) School zone sign & School zone ahead
d) Directional sign for children & School crosswalk sign
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29. What does the following sign refer to?
a) School area ahead
b) Railway crossing ahead
c) You must give the right-of-way
d) You have the right-of-way
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30. What does the following sign refer to?
a) Stop sign ahead
b) Yield right-of-way
c) Dead end street ahead
d) Slow moving vehicle ahead
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Driving Test

1. A flashing red signal light at an intersection means:
a) Slow down and drive with increased caution?
b) Slow down and if necessary yield right of way to car approaching from the left or right?
c) Signal light is out of order, proceed with caution?
d) Stop. Proceed only when it is a safe to do so.
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2. At an intersection where there is a flashing amber (yellow) traffic light, you must:
a) Stop if making right turn
b) Continue at same speed
c) Stop if making left turn
d) Slow down and proceed with caution
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3. A flashing green light at an intersection where turns to the left and right are permitted means:
a) You may turn to the left if the way is clear
b) You may turn to the right if the way is clear
c) You may proceed straight through if the way is clear
d) You may do any of the above
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4. If you are convicted of drinking and driving, you will lose your driver’s license on the first offence for:
a) 1 month
b) 3 months
c) 6 months
d) 1 year
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5. You are required to keep a safe distance behind the vehicle in front of you at 50 km/hr (30 mi/hr) you should keep at least:
a) Seven car lengths behind the other vehicle
b) Three car lengths behind the other vehicle (2-3 second gap)
c) One car lengths behind the other vehicle
d) Five car lengths behind the other vehicle
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6. A driver may be required to attend an interview an re-examination of his/her driving ability:
a) When 9 demerit points have been accumulated
b) When 3 demerit points have been accumulated
c) When 6 demerit points have been accumulated
d) When 15 demerit points have been accumulated
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7. On a school bus with red signal lights flashing is stopped on a highway that has no median strip. What does the law require you to do when meeting or overtaking the bus?
a) Does not matter provided you sound horn
b) Stop 20 meters behind the bus until the bus proceeds or the signal light are no longer flashing
c) Wait for approaching vehicles to pass
d) Reduce speed and pass with care
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8. When 15 or more Demerit Points have accumulated on a record the driver’s license is suspended.
a) Automatically, and for 30 days from receipt of license
b) At the discretion of the Ministry?
c) Only if the license is NOT used for business purpose
d) For 3 months.
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9. When does the law require lights on vehicles to be turned on?
a) Between sunset and sunrise
b) Between dusk and dawn and at any other time you cannot see clearly for a distance of 150m (500ft)
c) Between half an hour after sunset to half an hour before sunrise and at any other time you cannot see clearly for a distance of 150m (500 ft)
d) No specified time.
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10. At what level of alcohol in the blood can you be convicted of being an impaired driver:
a) 0.03%
b) 0.05%
c) 0.08%
d) 1.0%
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11. When two cars reach an uncontrolled intersection at approximately the same time the right-of-way should be given to:
a) The one approaching form the left
b) The one approaching from the right
c) Neither one
d) The one moving faster
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12. When on streets designed for two-way traffic, you hear the siren of an emergency vehicle, what does the law require you to do:
a) Speed up and get out the way
b) Signal the driver to pass
c) Pull to the right as far as possible and stop
d) Continue at same speed
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13. If you are involved in a reportable accident how soon must you make a report to your nearest provincial/municipal police officer?
a) At once
b) Within 24hrs
c) Within 48hrs
d) Within 72hrs
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14. How close to a fire hydrant may you legally park?
a) 3 meters (10ft)
b) 4.5 meters (15ft)
c) 1.5 meters (5ft)
d) 6 meters (20 ft)
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15. When driving in heavy fog, you should use:
a) Parking lights
b) Low beam headlights
c) Parking lights and high beam headlights
d) High beam headlights
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16. What documents may a police officer require a motor vehicle owner to produce?
a) If the motor vehicle is insured- liability insurance card
b) The motor vehicle ownership
c) If he is operating a motor vehicle- a valid driver's licence
d) Any of the above
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17. As a level one (G1) or level two (G2) driver you will have your licence suspended if you collect 9 or more demerit points during a two year period. 60 days after suspended your record will be reduced to:
a) 6 points
b) 4 points
c) Zero
d) 2 points
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18. The police have the right to stop any driver they suspect is impaired. If you refuse to take a breathalyser test, your licence will be suspended immediately for:
a) 30 days
b) 60 days
c) 90 days
d) 1 year
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19. Demerit points lost will remain on you drivers record for a period of _____, from the date of offence.
a) 1 year
b) 2 years
c) 3 years
d) 5 years
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20. Every accident must be reported to the police where there is a personal inury or when the damage exceeds:
a) $100
b) $150
c) $200
d) $1000
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21. When two vehicles at an uncontrolled intersection at the same time, the right-of-way should be given to?
a) The vehicle approaching from the left
b) The vehicle approaching from the right
c) Neither one
d) The faster moving vehicle
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22. What must a driver do before entering a highway from a private road or driveway?
a) Sound horn and proceed with caution.
b) Enter or cross the highway as quickly as possible give hand signal then take right of way.
c) Yield right of way to all vehicles approaching on the highway.
d) Give hand signal then take right-of- way.
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23. Which of the following hand-and-arm signals is correct for slowing or stopping
a) Arm out and up
b) Arm straight out the window
c) Arm out and down
d) Circle motion
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24. If you are approaching an intersection and the traffic lights are not working, you should:
a) Yield to the traffic to your right
b) Stop until no cars are passing and then go
c) Treat it as a four way stop sign
d) Slow down and proceed with caution
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25. Under the criminal Code, if you are caught driving while you license is suspended, your vehicle will be impounded for?
a) 1 year
b) 6 months
c) 45 days
d) 30 days
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