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Alberta Practice Learners Test – Traffic Rules 02

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Question 1
AB4.9What is the best way to ensure that there are no vehicles or cyclists in your blind spot?
A
Make a shoulder check
B
Give the correct signals
C
Check the rear view mirror
D
Sound the horn
Question 2
AB4.14Be cautious of large vehicles backing because...?
A
Large vehicles do not have rear mirrors
B
Large vehicles do not have side mirrors
C
Large vehicles do not have efficient brakes
D
Large vehicles have large blind spots
Question 3
AB4.21A 'Bus' is defined as a motor vehicle that is designed to have a seating capacity of more than...?
A
20
B
12
C
25
D
10
Question 4
AB4.10Hydroplaning can cause your vehicle to skid. Hydroplaning is caused by...?
A
Your tires riding on top of the water
B
A flat tire
C
Ice on the roadway
D
Overinflated tires
Question 5
AB4.8When you are preparing to make a right turn, you should shoulder check to...?
A
Make sure you are in the proper lane
B
Make sure another vehicle is not behind you
C
Make sure another vehicle is not ahead of you
D
Make sure another vehicle is not beside you
Question 6
Is a motor vehicle operator permitted to back a vehicle into an intersection or a crosswalk in an urban area (city, town or village)?
A
Yes
B
Yes provided proper signals are made
C
No
D
Only when there is no traffic
Question 7
AB4.18Every driver involved in a collision...?
A
Must remain at the scene
B
Must remain at the scene only if physical injuries have been sustained
C
Must remain at the scene only if at fault
D
May leave the scene
Question 8
AB4.29A braking skid occurs...?
A
When you drive too slowly
B
When you accelerate too hard causing the wheels to spin
C
When you apply your brakes too hard
D
When you make a turn too fast
Question 9
Do not park your vehicle...?
A
within 1.5 metres of an access to a garage, private roadway or driveway
B
within 12 metres of an access to a garage, private roadway or driveway
C
within 10 metres of an access to a garage, private roadway or driveway
D
within 5 metres of an access to a garage, private roadway or driveway
Question 10
AB4.13You should not follow bicycle riders too closely because...?
A
Bicycle stops slowly
B
Bicycle riders do not have brake lights to warn you when they are stopping
C
Bicycles do not have efficient brakes
D
Bicycle stops quickly
Question 11
AB4.23Solid white lines indicate that...?
A
Lane changing is not permitted
B
Passing is permitted in one direction
C
There is adequate sight distance available to permit passing
D
Lane changing is permitted
Question 12
If your vehicle comes equipped with an air bag system, Transport Canada recommends that you should position yourself at least...?
A
35 centimeters from the steering wheel
B
5 centimeters from the steering wheel
C
15 centimeters from the steering wheel
D
25 centimeters from the steering wheel
Question 13
AB4.16When exiting a highway, slow down...?
A
Before reaching the deceleration lane
B
After entering the deceleration lane
C
Before activating your signal
D
Only if there is traffic behind
Question 14
AB4.6When you are following a motorcycle, allow extra space between your vehicle and the motorcycle because...?
A
Motorcycles have a larger blind spot
B
Motorcycles can stop in a very short distance
C
Motorcycles take a long distance to stop
D
Motorcycles do not have efficient brakes
Question 15
AB4.4If your headlights fail you should...? (Choose 3 answers)
A
Turn on your hazard lights
B
Toggle the headlight switch
C
Sound your horn
D
Slow down and pull off the road in a safe place
Question 16
Every driver must carry third party liability insurance of no less than...?
A
$200,000
B
$10,000
C
$100,000
D
$50,000
Question 17
Threshold braking means...?
A
You are trying to use all the braking force available without locking the wheels
B
Pumping the brakes several times
C
To brake hard and hold till the vehicle stops
D
Pushing your braking to the edge of safety
Question 18
AB4.15If a vehicle is equipped with ABS and a driver needs to perform emergency braking, s/he should...?
A
Apply steady light pressure to the brake pedal
B
Pump the brake pedal until a complete stop is achieved
C
Alternate between hard and light pressure on the brake pedal
D
Apply steady firm pressure to the brake pedal
Question 19
AB4.12What is meant by the term "space cushion"?
A
The space all around your vehicle
B
The space between the driver and the next traffic signal
C
The space between the driver and the airbag
D
The space between the driver and the rear seat passengers
Question 20
AB4.5You are required to report all collisions to the police if the overall damage to property exceeds...?
A
$5,000
B
$2,000
C
$500
D
$100
Question 21
AB4.30Winter traction is affected by slippery conditions; in winter drivers should drive...?
A
Faster
B
The same as during summer conditions
C
Slower
D
Any of these
Question 22
AB4.7The law requires that the wheels of a parked vehicle are within what maximum distance from the curb?
A
40 cm
B
20 cm
C
50 cm
D
30 cm
Question 23
When you wish to take the next exit on a highway, the correct procedure is to...?
A
Signal, slow down, move into the exit lane
B
Slow down, signal, move into the exit lane
C
Signal, move into the exit lane, slow down
D
Slow down, move into the exit lane, and signal
Question 24
Glare can blind you in the daytime or at night. If glare makes it difficult to see the road you should...?
A
Continue to drive at the same speed
B
Slow down
C
Drive faster
D
Do nothing
Question 25
When a pedestrian has indicated their intention to cross the street...?
A
You should reduce speed and go straight through with care
B
Warn the pedestrian to stop and proceed with care
C
You must stop your vehicle before entering the crosswalk and allow the pedestrian to cross
D
You can proceed provided you sound your horn
Question 26
To obtain a class 7 learner’s driver’s licence you must:
A
be 13 years of age or older
B
be 14 years of age or older
C
be 16 years of age or older
D
be 18 years of age or older
Question 27
AB4.22You must not follow within what distance of any emergency vehicle that has its siren or lights operating?
A
150 metres
B
250 metres
C
350 metres
D
50 metres
Question 28
The holder of a Class 5 Operator's license may not operate...?
A
A two-axle single motor vehicle
B
A two-axle Class 2 or 4-type vehicle without passengers
C
A moped
D
A motorcycle
Question 29
Before entering your vehicle, walk around it to check for...?:
A
Oncoming traffic
B
Pedestrians
C
Children
D
All of these things
Question 30
AB4.1You must signal when...?
A
Doing any of these things
B
Turning
C
Changing lanes
D
Moving from the curb or parking lane
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