In addition to driving, bus drivers are responsible for inspecting their vehicles before and after each trip, reporting any issues, and following strict schedules. Overall, a bus driver in Ontario, Canada must be highly competent, responsible, and committed to providing excellent service to their passengers.


Ontario Bus Driver Test 03

1 / 30

Which of these is exempt from hours of service regulations?

2 / 30

On wet, slippery and icy roads, you should...?

3 / 30

You are approaching a yield sign but can see no pedestrians or vehicles. You should...?

4 / 30

Failing to leave an adequate gap for a cyclist may result in a fine of up to...?

5 / 30

At a railway crossing with a train coming, you should stop at least how far from the nearest rail?

6 / 30

Motorcycles and mopeds have a right to use...?

7 / 30

With certain exceptions, what is the maximum number of hours a bus driver can drive in a day?

8 / 30

With certain exceptions, a bus driver must have how many off-duty hours per day?

9 / 30

Railway crossings on public roads in Ontario are marked with what?

10 / 30

When you are entering the road from a private road or driveway, you must yield to...?

11 / 30

When passing a cyclist in a bus, you should where practical give them a distance gap of at least...?

12 / 30

When pulling out from a bus bay, you should...?

13 / 30

A bus driver has spent two hours cleaning and inspecting their vehicle. How many hours are they permitted to drive that day?

14 / 30

When waiting for pedestrians at specially marked pedestrian crossings or crossovers, you may not pull away until...?

15 / 30

When considering whether or not to cross a railway crossing, you should remember that a train, even under full emergency braking, can take up to how long to come to a stop?

16 / 30

If you are turning left, you must yield right-of-way to...?

17 / 30

Which of these counts as on duty hours for a bus driver?

18 / 30

Except when overtaking and passing another vehicle, when you are driving your bus on a highway at a speed in excess of 60 km/h, the minimum distance, by law, which you must keep between yourself and other vehicles is...?

19 / 30

In order to drive a bus for 13 hours, you must have had at least how many hours off duty prior to this period?

20 / 30

For safety, cyclists are permitted to use...?

21 / 30

You should be especially cautious for children running in the road at...?

22 / 30

You should always remember that the average car driver probably does not appreciate that you may need how much more stopping distance than them?

23 / 30

If your bus gets stopped on a railway crossing, the first thing to do is...?

24 / 30

If you have exhaust or engine brake retarders fitted to your bus, you should be aware that...?

25 / 30

If you start to skid, you should release the brakes and...?

26 / 30

At an intersection with stop signs at all corners, right-of-way belongs to...?

27 / 30

A commercial vehicle driver is regarded as being on duty except when...?

28 / 30

You are approaching an intersection without signs or lights. Right-of-way belongs to...?

29 / 30

School buses must stop at railway crossings...?

30 / 30

When smaller, faster vehicles try to pass, you should...?

Your score is


This practice test is designed to help drivers who want to apply for licences to operate buses, school buses and ambulances in Ontario. To begin your career in bus driving you must obtain your Ontario Class C, Class F, Class B, or Class E Bus Driver’s Licence. To obtain these licences, you are required to successfully complete a written knowledge test. Making certain you are adequately prepared for your written knowledge test will prevent you from wasting time and money. Taking practice bus driver’s licence tests is the best way to get prepared.

We provide free, unlimited access to bus driver sample questions, answers, and online test 24/7/365. Anytime you feel like practicing for your tests, everything is available to you. All materials are 100% free. Additionally, you are not required to register, subscribe, or install any software. It simply doesn’t get any easier! It’s FREE