BC TRAFFIC RULES 02
BC has strict requirements for obtaining a driver’s license, including passing written and road tests. Failure to follow traffic rules and regulations can result in fines, demerit points on one’s driving record, and even license suspension.
Without braking, decelerate and drive straight ahead
Have your vehicle checked by a mechanic
Brake hard, applying as much force as possible
Brake gently and quickly pull over
Close to the right hand side of the roadway
Close to the left side of the roadway
Close to the center line of the roadway
It does not matter provided you signal
Check other traffic, signal and pull away from the curb quickly
Signal and pull away from the curb
Always signal and check for traffic, pulling out only when it is safe to do so
Sound your horn and pull away from the curb slowly
Keep your foot on the brake and steer to the left
Take your foot off the gas pedal and steer the vehicle firmly in the direction you want to go
Apply heavy braking
Keep your foot on brake and steer to the right
In whatever fashion they choose
The same way they drive in summer
Stay with your car and raise the hood
Signal and move off the road
All answers are correct
Activate your hazard lights
Turn your front wheels to the left and set your parking brake
Leave your front wheels parallel to the curb
Set your parking brake only
Turn your front wheels towards the curb or right shoulder
Pass only when no traffic is sight
It is unsafe to pass
Overtake and pass with caution
Pass at your discretion
Signal the other driver not to pass
Move to the right and let it pass
Move to the left to prevent passing
Speed up so that passing is not necessary
A bridge or tunnel
A bicycle lane
When driving outside urban areas
All answers are correct
For identification purpose only
In case of emergencies
To another person who is learning to drive
Take your foot off the gas pedal to slow down
When under control steer fully back on the pavement
Grip the wheel firmly and avoid heavy braking
The lane approaching from the left
Close to the centre line of the roadway
Close to the right side of the road
Close to the left side of the roadway
Come to a complete stop and wait until the way is clear
Slow down, signal and turn
Stop, then edge into traffic
Slow down proceed with caution
Five car lengths to the other vehicle
A one second gap to the other vehicle
A two second gap to the other vehicle
Seven car lengths behind the other vehicle
Wait for the light to turn green
Stop to make sure he wants you to go through
Obey the policeman's signal and proceed
Call the policeman's attention to the red light
Place the gear shift in neutral
Gear down and use motor to assist in braking
Disengage the clutch and coast
Turn off the ignition
Slow down and if necessary yield right-of-way to cars approaching from the left or right
Slow down and drive with increased caution
Signal light is out of order, proceed with caution
You must come to a complete stop. Move through the intersection only when it is safe to do so
Driving in their blind spot
Using the radio
Making eye contact
Apply brakes the same way you always do
Put brakes on hard and try to prevent vehicle from skidding
Keep foot off brake and let the vehicle slow and stop automatically
Brake, if wheels lock then release pressure and reapply until you come to a stop
For parking only
When driving on a well lighted street
When driving in heavy fog
At any time
Leave them off
On high beam
In any of these ways
On low beam
One year old and 7 kg
Over one year old and 20 kg
Over one year old and 9 kg
One year old and 9 kg
Blowing your horn and providing the appropriate hand signal
Signaling, checking the rear view mirror and checking blind spots
Checking the rear view mirror
Signaling and decreasing speed
How to ace your ICBC written driving knowledge test
By reading this article, you must be excited about driving your brand-new car. But before you can hit the road, all drivers must pass a driving test. Depending on where you are, national driving exams vary in what coverage they’re going to test or how long you’ll be doing them. For example, you’ll have to pass the ICBC exam in British Columbia, Canada.
It would help if you were well-prepared before taking this knowledge test ICBC. As you should know, the actual road test for ICBC is entirely separate from the written one. Therefore, before you can even hit the road to get supervised by a trained expert, you should first pass this crucial exam.
But worry not, for the proper preparations will give you a solid chance of passing and even acing it. We have placed a few markers in detail on how to ace this test piece by piece to have a growing impression and gain confidence in your road test, which will be inevitable.
The test will comprise different types. There will be 50 multiple-choice questions to be completed in roughly 30 to 45 minutes. At first, this may look not very comforting, having to complete an exam at a swift pace. However, you should note that you don’t need to schedule any appointments and fit quotas time-wise to take the exam. You can go to the testing center (or online under these circumstances) at least 2 hours before the facility closes to ensure a spot in any ICBC center.
Coverage of the exam
Expect questions that cover road signs, rules and regulations, and safe driving tips. These types of information are rampant online; some even require common knowledge to get those rights. We’ll discuss more on preparing for these types of questions in the latter parts of this article.
Takers must at least score 40 out of the 50 multiple-choice questions. That means you must get 80% of your questions correct to proceed with the next phase of acquiring your license.
If you fear the English language, you should release a long sigh of relief because the test can be taken in different languages. Specifically, there are only 11 languages you can choose from, and any of them should be no problem for you as a Canadian. If you still need more clarity in some questions, you can also ask the staff to clarify them. So this test should not be intimidating to you by any means.
Also, if you are one of those who can’t concentrate with noise in the background, you can elect to wear headphones provided by the staff in the ICBC center to maximize your comfort and focus as you take the exam.
So these are the things you need to know before preparation. Now let’s teach you how to prepare for the exam to come out near a perfect score.
The Learn to Drive Smart Manual
The first step to acing that test is to have a copy of the Learn to Drive Smart Manual. This can be done by downloading online, buying a copy from any ICBC driver licensing office, or downloading an app in the play store or app store. For your reference, click this link: https://www.icbc.com/driver-licensing/Documents/driver-full.pdf
Furthermore, the manual has nine chapters for you to go through, and all chapters are equally important to each other that you need to cover throughout your study session. Therefore, from road signs to safe driving, you should at least review them at equal intervals.
A great tip to remember technical things easily is to check the bottom corner of each page or chapter. There is usually a summary explaining the full content of that particular page. Then, highlight or jot down the content in your notebook to remember them.
The best way to ace any test, whether the SATs or this ICBC exam, is to have a routine schedule that you MUST religiously follow. Our brains work in a habit format. The moment we wake up, our brains lead us to do things we usually do daily. So, for instance, if the first knee-jerk reaction you’ll do when waking up is checking your phone, then your brain will mimic this and try to give you an impulse every day.
The same thing applies when reviewing. Always stick to a religious schedule. It doesn’t matter when you’ll study; the important thing is to check the most suitable and comfortable hours. We recommend, at the very most, 4 hours a day in the afternoon or the evening. That way, you can expect your brain to stick to that schedule, so you’ll indeed review for the exam at an incredible pace.
Practice, practice, and practice!
There is no disputing the fact that the best way to be great at something is through repetition. So download practice tests online so you’ll get used to the flow of the actual exam once you’re taking it.
Also, don’t go for only one website to practice on. Try multiple websites and materials to be ready for any questions shown to you.
Lastly, be honest while taking your practice runs. It’s no help to you if you cheat your way into practice. You might as well not do them in the first place. Look at your mistakes and evaluate which chapters to go back to improve on further practice tests.
- When outdoors, observe the roads and the signs you see. This will help with the immersion of learning the road instead of sitting on your desk at home scrolling pages of texts. This way, you can be familiar with the pictures and context of the signs you see to understand the concepts better.
- Some words in the knowledge test ICBC can be very new to you. The best way to avoid confusion and guessing is to improve your technical vocabulary about driving. Review websites that will improve this, and internalize rather than memorize them.
The ICBC exam comprises two parts: the written and the road test. Before we get into the final step, let’s prepare to ace the first one. A man named Benjamin Franklin once said: By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” So always be wise in your review so the process will be smooth until the finish line.
Read all the chapters and finish your practice tests with integrity. Then, when you are on the final question on the actual knowledge test ICBC, you’ll feel confident in acing it. Your dream to drive your car is a fast approach.