Alberta Class7 Rules6

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Question 1
AB6.2Unless otherwise posted, when entering a playground zone, while times are in effect, what is the maximum speed allowed:
A
30 km/h
B
20 km/h
C
10 km/h
D
50 km/h
Question 2
AB6.24Yellow lines
A
separate traffic travelling in opposite directions
B
separate traffic travelling in the same direction
C
indicate construction zones
D
indicate that lane changing is permitted
Question 3
AB6.25White lines
A
indicate construction zones
B
indicate that lane changing is permitted
C
separate traffic travelling in the same direction
D
separate traffic travelling in opposite directions
Question 4
AB6.19Unless otherwise marked, when entering a main street from a road, alley, driveway or parking lot you must
A
stop before entering
B
give hand signal then take right-of -way
C
look both ways for pedestrians and vehicles
D
sound horn and proceed with caution
Question 5
AB6.26Broken yellow lines indicate
A
passing is permitted in one direction
B
there is adequate sight distance available to permit passing
C
lane changing is not permitted
D
passing is not permitted
Question 6
AB6.6Under Graduated Diver Licencing system, when an accumulation of 8 or more demerit points occurs within a two-year period, your licence is automatically suspended for:
A
One month
B
Six months
C
Three months
D
Nine months
Question 7
AB6.1To recover from a skid:
A
Steer straight ahead
B
Apply the brakes hard
C
Steer in the opposite direction of the skid
D
Steer in the direction you would like the vehicle to go
Question 8
AB6.12If feeling tired while driving:
A
Stop for a short rest. Walk around your vehicle
B
Listen music loudly
C
Drive slowly
D
Open the window for some fresh air
Question 9
AB6.21School zones end when
A
250 meters from the zone beginning
B
traffic sign indicates either a higher speed or the end of the zone
C
500 meters from the zone beginning
D
150 meters from the zone beginning
Question 10
AB6.7Anyone found guilty of driving with a blood alcohol level over .08/80 mg who has a prior alcohol offence in the last 10 years, is disqualified from holding an operator's licence for:
A
9 months from the date of the finding of the guilt
B
6 months from the date of the finding of the guilt
C
36 months from the date of the finding of the guilt
D
12 months from the date of the finding of the guilt
Question 11
AB6.9Drivers licenced under the Graduated Driver Licence Program are restricted from operating a vehicle:
A
with a blood alcohol level over .08/80 mg. %
B
without a supervisor
C
during daytime
D
when any amount of alcohol has been consumed
Question 12
AB6.27During poor weather conditions such as rain, snow, smoke and fog, use your headlights on
A
high beam
B
low beam
C
do not turn on headlights
D
does not matter
Question 13
AB6.28When is it legal to do a u-turn outside urban areas?
A
on a curve
B
never
C
when you can do it safely and without interfering with other traffic
D
during day time
Question 14
AB6.17How many demerit points will be recorded against your license for failing to stop for a school bus?
A
10 Points
B
5 Points
C
4 Points
D
6 Points
Question 15
AB6.23Vehicles facing a steady amber light, you must
A
yield right-of-way to other vehicles on your right
B
come to a complete stop before crossing the stop line or crosswalk on the near side of an intersection
C
proceed straight through without stopping
D
proceed at the speed limit
Question 16
AB6.15A white "X" in a lane means:
A
"X" markings indicate that a lane is reserved for buses only
B
"X" markings indicate the approach to a railway crossing
C
"X" markings indicate that a lane is reserved for parking
D
"X" markings indicate that a lane is reserved for pedestrian
Question 17
AB6.14A white diamond marking in a lane means:
A
Diamond markings indicate that a lane is reserved for parking
B
Diamond markings indicate that a lane is reserved for specific vehicles
C
Diamond markings indicate the approach to a railway crossing
D
Diamond markings indicate that a lane is reserved for pedestrian
Question 18
AB6.20In province of Alberta, licence plates remain with the
A
registry office
B
insurance company
C
owner of the vehicle
D
vehicle
Question 19
AB6.3What you can not see in your vehicle rear and side view mirrors is said to be in your
A
danger zone
B
safe zone
C
dark area
D
blind spot
Question 20
AB6.22Vehicles facing a flashing green light may: (Choose 3)
A
proceed straight through
B
turn left
C
must stop for 3 seconds
D
turn right
Question 21
AB6.13When a red "X" is indicated over a driving lane:
A
Red "X" for pedestrian only
B
A driver must not enter or remain in that lane
C
Traffic light ahead
D
Stop immediately
Question 22
AB6.18When you want to pass another vehicle on a two-lane road you must NOT:
A
check again that the road ahead is clear before you attempt to pass
B
check your mirrors
C
turn on your left signal
D
exceed the speed limit when passing another vehicle
Question 23
AB6.16You are required by law to notify Alberta Registries of a name and /or address change
A
within 7 days
B
within 3 months
C
within 14 days
D
immediately
Question 24
AB6.5Signaling your intention before turning or changing lanes
A
is only necessary if there is a car behind you
B
is required by the highway safety code
C
is necessary only if other vehicles are in the vicinity
D
is only necessary when you are taking your drivers licence examination
Question 25
AB6.29It is legal to make a right turn on a red light
A
no
B
yes, after coming to a full stop
C
only allow in one-way streets
D
yes
Question 26
How many demerit points will be recorded against your license for failing to remain at the scene of an accident?
A
12 Points
B
5 Points
C
7 Points
D
4 Points
Question 27
AB6.11As a learner with a Class 7 license, you are not permitted to drive a car between the hours of:
A
5:00 P.M. to Midnight
B
Midnight to 5:00 A.M
C
9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M
D
5:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M
Question 28
AB6.30Road test failures may result from:
A
lack of skill and control
B
difficulty obeying traffic laws
C
any or all of the other answers mentioned
D
unsafe actions
Question 29
AB6.4On a city street, the car ahead is making a right turn. You may:
A
Pass if you sound your horn
B
Pass on the left if there is a second lane, and you can do so safely
C
Pass on the right
D
Pass on the left
Question 30
AB6.10If a front tire goes flat, your vehicle will pull strongly to the:
A
right side
B
side of the road
C
left side
D
side that has the flat tire
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