Alberta Class7 Rules5

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Question 1
AB5.28In a traffic circle:
A
No one yields
B
All must yield
C
The vehicle on the left must yield to the vehicle on the right
D
The vehicle on the right must yield to the vehicle on the left
Question 2
A person who applies for, or renew a class 1, 2 or 4 operator's licence must also submit a complete medical report. This is required
A
every year after age 65
B
all of the available selections
C
every five years to age 45
D
every two years from age 45 to 65
Question 3
AB5.18Who is responsible to ensure that all passengers under the age of 16 years are properly restrained in the vehicle?
A
neither
B
passenger
C
both
D
driver
Question 4
The air brake endorsement is the
A
"H" endorsement
B
"A" endorsement
C
"K" endorsement
D
"Q" endorsement
Question 5
To obtain a Learner's licence you must: (Choose 3)
A
have valid identification
B
be 14 years of age or older
C
pass a vision screening and a knowledge test on the rules of the road
D
pass road test
Question 6
The vehicle for your road test must be in acceptable working condition and must have:AB5.12
A
heater
B
signal lights
C
rear seats
D
spare tire
Question 7
When approaching the end of the passing lane, drivers in the right hand lane must?
A
stop for two seconds
B
speed up and the merge
C
merge safely with other traffic to the left moving in the same direction
D
slow down and merge
Question 8
AB5.26Never use the cruise control feature: (Choose 3)
A
On wet, slippery, snowy or icy surfaces
B
Under ideal highway driving conditions
C
In urban traffic
D
On winding roads
Question 9
AB5.6When moving from one lane to another, you must: (Choose 3)
A
sound horn
B
make sure changing the lane is allowed
C
check for traffic by using your rear-view mirror and outside mirrors
D
check your blind spot and turn on the proper turn signal
Question 10
AB5.1Anyone found guilty of driving with a blood alcohol level over .08/80 mg who has two or more prior alcohol offences in the last 10 years, is disqualified from holding an operator's licence for:
A
12 month/s from the date of the finding of the guilt
B
18 month/s from the date of the finding of the guilt
C
6 month/s from the date of the finding of the guilt
D
60 month/s from the date of the finding of the guilt
Question 11
AB5.20Speed limits indicate:
A
the speed you should travel
B
the required speed, regardless of road conditions
C
the maximum speed permitted if conditions are favourable
D
a best practice for experienced drivers
Question 12
To apply for a photo identification card you must: (Choose 3)
A
be an Alberta resident
B
have written consent from a parent or guardian if you are under 18 years of age
C
provide acceptable identification
D
pass road test
Question 13
The holder of a Class 5 operator's licence may operate:
A
a two-axle single motor vehicle
B
a motor vehicle with a seating capacity of more than 15 while that vehicle is transporting any person other than the driver
C
a motor vehicle transporting passengers for hire
D
a motorcycle
Question 14
If you are in a funeral procession, you may follow through an intersection controlled by a stop sign or a red signal without stopping. You must have your headlights on, and may only proceed:
A
all of the available selections
B
if you are following immediately behind the vehicle ahead
C
if you are not the lead vehicle
D
if it is safe to do so
Question 15
AB5.15When an emergency vehicle (ambulance, fire or police) is approaching you from any direction and is sounding a siren, you must yield the right-of-way by: (Choose 3)
A
stop until the emergency vehicle has passed and check that no other emergency vehicles are approaching
B
drive as closely as possible to the right curb or edge of the two-way roadway
C
speed up
D
immediately moving clear of any intersection
Question 16
AB5.30When visibility becomes so poor that it is no longer safe to continue driving: (Choose 3)
A
Turn on your four-way flashers
B
Do not attempt to drive until conditions improve
C
Slow down and move your vehicle well off the road to a safe location
D
Continue to drive at the same speed
Question 17
AB5.29On multi-lane highways, slow-moving traffic should travel:
A
In the traffic lane to the far left
B
In the centre lane
C
Does not matter
D
In the traffic lane to the far right unless the left lane is required to make a left hand turn
Question 18
The holder of a Class 7 operators licence may operate:
A
all of the available selections
B
a motorcycle (for learning) if the holder of the licence is 16 years of age or older
C
a moped
D
a vehicle or combination of vehicles that the holder of a Class 5 operators licence may operate as a learner
Question 19
AB5.7When you planning to leave the highway and you miss your exit:
A
continue to the next exit and make plans to return to your route
B
stop and back up on the highway
C
make a U-turn and try again
D
cross the median to turn around
Question 20
AB5.27Large trucks require:
A
More time for stopping only
B
More space for turning only
C
Wider lanes
D
More time and space for starting, stopping, and turning
Question 21
AB5.3If a death or injury occurs as a result of an impaired offence, the minimum licence suspension will be even for a first offender:
A
36 Months
B
12 Months
C
9 Months
D
60 Months
Question 22
When you see a yellow flashing pedestrian activated traffic light, slow down to:
A
30 km/h
B
50 km/h
C
40 km/h
D
60 km/h
Question 23
AB5.2Anyone found guilty of driving with a blood alcohol level over .08/80 mg for the first time will be disqualified from driving and their licence will be suspended for:
A
12 month/s from the date of the finding of the guilt
B
48 month/s from the date of the finding of the guilt
C
36 month/s from the date of the finding of the guilt
D
6 month/s from the date of the finding of the guilt
Question 24
AB5.4If your headlights fail: (Choose 3)
A
turn the headlight switch on and off
B
if the headlights are still not on, turn on your hazard lights
C
sound horn
D
slow down and pull off the road in a safe place
Question 25
Which three factors go into determining how long it takes to stop? (Choose 3)
A
Tire Conditions
B
Reaction time
C
Braking Time
D
Perception Time
Question 26
The holder of a Class 4 operators licence may operate:
A
any or all of the other answers mentioned
B
a bus that has a seating capacity of not more than 24, excluding the operator
C
all motor vehicles under classes 1, 2, 3 and 6 for learning only
D
an ambulance or taxi
Question 27
AB5.5U-turns are not permitted in urban areas in the following situations:.
A
all of the available selections
B
on a roadway between intersections
C
where a sign prohibits making a U-turn
D
at an intersection controlled by a traffic-control signal (traffic lights)
Question 28
When driving, fatigue can be deadly. Fatigue can be caused by: (Choose 3)
A
driving for long periods of time
B
sickness
C
lack of sleep or rest
D
driving too fast
Question 29
AB5.24When you enter a right-hand curve
A
steer slightly towards the right side of the road
B
adjust your speed and shift to a lower gear
C
steer slightly towards the left side of the road
D
steer slightly towards the centre of the road
Question 30
Tourists or visitors from other countries are permitted to use their valid operators licence for a period of:
A
6 months
B
3 months
C
9 months
D
12 months
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