MANITOBA TRAFFIC RULES 06
When it comes to traffic rules, Manitoba takes road safety very seriously. The maximum speed limit on most highways is 100 km/h, while in urban areas, it’s usually around 50 km/h. Drivers are also required to wear their seatbelts at all times, and passengers must also wear theirs if they are under 18 years old.
Driving Test 07
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On approaching an intersection where a traffic signal light is red and a policeman motions you to go through, you should:
Call the policeman's attention to the red light
Obey the policeman's signal and proceed
Wait for the light to turns green
Stop to make sure he wants you to go through
When a right turn against a red signal light is permitted, what does the law require you to do before entering the intersection and making a turn?
You may turn right on a red light only after coming to a complete stop and waiting until the way is clear
Slow down, signal and turn
Slow down proceed with caution
Stop, then edge into traffic
Never change lanes without:
Signaling, checking the rear view mirror and checking blind spots
Signaling and decreasing speed
Checking the rear view mirror
Blowing your horn and providing the appropriate hand signal
The most important part of driving a curve or corner is to:
Slow down before you get to it
Speed up before you get to it
Completely stop before you get to it
The best way to stop quickly on a wet or icy roadway is to:
Apply brakes the same way you always do
Put brakes on hard and try to prevent vehicle from skidding
Brake, if wheels lock then release pressure until you come to a stop
Keep foot off brake and let the vehicle slow and stop automatically
In what lane of traffic should you drive when you intend to make a right-hand turn?
Close to the left side of the roadway
The lane approaching from the left
Close to the centre line of the roadway
Close to the right side of the roadway
Pedestrians have the right-of-way at both marked and unmarked crosswalks.
During poor weather conditions such as rain, snow, smoke and fog, use your headlights on
Does not matter
Do not turn on headlights
If a tire blows out:
Apply heavy braking
Keep foot on brake and steer to right
Keep foot on brake and steer to left
Take your foot off the gas pedal to slow down and steer the vehicle firmly in the direction you want to go
When may you lend your driver's license?
To another person who is learning to drive
In case of emergencies
For identification purpose only
When parking facing downhill:
Turn you front wheels to the left and set your parking brake
Set your parking brake only
Turn your front wheels towards the curb or right shoulder
Leave your front wheels parallel to the curb
In what position on the roadway must you be before marking a left turn from a one-way traffic street?
Close to the center line of the roadway
Close to the right hand side of the roadway
Does not matter provided you signal
Close to the left side of the roadway
A flashing red beacon above an intersection means:
Slow down and if necessary yield right-of-way to cars approaching from the left or right
You must come to a complete stop. Move through the intersection only when it is safe to do so
Slow down and drive with increased caution
Signal light is out of order, proceed with caution
Before moving from a parked position:
Check other traffic, signal and pull from curb quickly
Sound you horn and pull from the curb slowly
Signal and pull from the curb
Always signal and check for traffic, pulling out only when it is safe to do so
A solid line at the left of your lane means:
Pass only when no traffic is sight
It is unsafe to pass
Pass at your discretion
Overtake and pass with caution
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There are 15 questions to complete.
MPI Quiz Class 5
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