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Learners Practice Test BC Class 7 – Traffic Rules 04

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Question 1
Your legal responsibilities in an accident include…?
A
Stopping only if the incident was your fault
B
Stopping only to check whether damage has occurred to your vehicle
C
Remaining at the scene, providing assistance and calling emergency services, if necessary
D
Stopping only if the accident includes physical injury
Question 2
When approaching a railway crossing where an electrical or mechanical signal device is warning of the approach of a train, you must:
A
Stop not less than 5 meters from the nearest rail
B
Increased speed and cross tracks as quickly as possible
C
Stop not less than 1.5m from the nearest rail
D
Slow down and proceed with caution
Question 3
BC6.23 It is against the law to follow an emergency vehicle with flashing lights and/or siren closer than…?
A
250 metres
B
200 metres
C
100 metres
D
150 metres
Question 4
What should you do if you feel drowsy while driving?
A
Stop for a short rest in a safe area
B
Reduce speed
C
Turn up your radio
D
Open the window for some fresh air
Question 5
BC6.13 What is the safest action to take when your vehicle drives over black ice?
A
Accelerate hard
B
Brake hard while maintaining steering
C
Calmly remove your foot from the accelerator and steer in the direction you want to go
D
Ease off the accelerator and steer immediately to side of the road
Question 6
Where should you position your hands on the steering wheel? BC6-25
A
12 o’clock and 6 o’clock position
B
10 o’clock and 3 o’clock position
C
9 o’clock and 3 o’clock position, or the 10 o’clock and 2 o’clock position
D
8 o’clock and 4 o’clock position
Question 7
The Accessible Parking Permit…?
A
Entitles the vehicle in which it is displayed to be parked in a designated disabled parking space if the holder is a driver/passenger
B
Allows parking everywhere during specified times
C
Allows parking in designated space even if the person with the disability is a not passenger
D
Gives everyone in your family the right to park in a designated disabled parking space
Question 8
BC6.2 When a police officer signals you to pull your vehicle over you…?
A
Must pull over as far to the left as possible
B
Must signal and stop at the nearest parking lot
C
Must pull over as far to the right as you safely can and come to a complete stop
D
Must slow down and stop in the lane you are in
Question 9
BC6.5 When do you stop for school buses which have red lights operating if there is a median?
A
Never
B
When you are approaching it from behind
C
When you are approaching it from in front
D
In all cirumstances
Question 10
BC6.17 What should you do if you become stranded in snow?
A
Keep the engine running constantly for heating
B
Leave your vehicle to look for help
C
Run your vehicle engine for approximately 5 minutes every hour for heating
D
All of these
Question 11
BC6.24 In a traffic circle…?
A
The vehicle on the left must yield to the vehicle on the right
B
The vehicle on the right must yield to the vehicle on the left
C
No one yields
D
All must yield
Question 12
BC6.3 How much room do cyclists need on either side of themselves as a safety zone?
A
3 metres
B
5 metres
C
2 metres
D
1 metre
Question 13
BC6.1 Why must you use signals when turning?
A
To drive pedestrians out of your way
B
To notify other drivers of your intentions
C
None of them
D
To remind yourself of your intentions
Question 14
BC6.19 What should you do when exiting a freeway?
A
Signal and then accelerate while merging smoothly into traffic and then proceed to the exit lane
B
Signal, move into the deceleration lane, reduce speed gradually and obey exit signs
C
Do what the vehicle ahead of you does
D
Signal and then stop to wait for an opening in the traffic
Question 15
Which of these cannot be caused by wet roadways?
A
Lose control
B
Loss of traction
C
Hydroplaning
D
Poor visibility
Question 16
BC6.11 In good weather, what is the minimum following distance you should maintain between your vehicle and a motorcycle in front of you?
A
2 seconds
B
10 seconds
C
3 seconds
D
5 seconds
Question 17
BC6.18 What is meant by 'overdriving' your headlights?
A
Driving with high beam headlights all the time
B
You go so fast that your stopping distance is farther than you can see with your headlights
C
You are overworking your headlights, increasing the likelihood of failure
D
Continuously flashing your high beams while driving
Question 18
Road test failures may result from:
A
Lack of skill and control
B
Any/all of these
C
Difficulty obeying traffic laws
D
Unsafe actions
Question 19
BC6.4 Coming to a complete stop at an intersection is required, but where do you stop if there is no stop line, crosswalk or sidewalk?
A
Stop right beside the stop sign
B
Stop at the edge of the intersection
C
Stop well before the stop sign
D
Stop a little into the intersection
Question 20
BC6.20 If 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
Question 21
BC6.8 When can you pass on a shoulder?
A
Never
B
If it is paved and you are passing a vehicle turning left
C
If a vehicle is travelling at less than 50% of the posted speed limit
D
Whenever you can do so safely
Question 22
BC6.14 What action should be taken when your brakes fail?
A
Use your emergency brake and sound your horn to warn other drivers while looking for a soft collision point
B
Wave down the nearest police officer and shout for help
C
Firmly press down on your brakes until they re-engage
D
Pump the brakes rapidly and shift into a lower gear
Question 23
BC6.16 If there are continuity lines to the right of the lane you are in, what must you do?
A
You must change lane as your lane is exiting or ending
B
You must merge with the traffic to your right
C
You must merge with the traffic to your left
D
You are not required to do anything unless you want to exit. Your lane is unaffected
Question 24
BC6.7 Who has the right-of-way in a roundabout?
A
Traffic turning right in the roundabout
B
Traffic in the roundabout
C
Traffic approaching the roundabout
D
Traffic turning left in the roundabout
Question 25
BC6.6 To make a U-turn you must be able to see how many meters in both directions?
A
50 metres
B
100 metres
C
150 metres
D
250 metres
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