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G1 Online Test – Rules 3

ON-Rules-03

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Question 1
ON5.15Fully licensed drivers - At 15 demerit points:
A
Your licence will be suspended for 3 days
B
Your licence will be suspended for 30 days
C
Your licence will be suspended for 1 day
D
Your licence will be suspended for 7 days
Question 2
ON5-25Fully licensed driver who talks, texts, types, dials or emails using hand-held cell phones and other hand-held communications and entertainment devices face fines of up to...?
A
$120 and two demerit points
B
$300 and five demerit points
C
$1000 and three demerit points
D
$50
Question 3
ON5.10If you register a BAC from ___________ (known as the "warn range") you will receive an immediate driver's licence suspension.
A
.07 to .08
B
.06 to .12
C
.05 to .08
D
.06 to .10
Question 4
ON5.8When lights are required, drivers must switch to low beam headlights when following another vehicle at what distance?
A
Within 30 m
B
Within 60 m
C
This only applies when approaching another vehicle
D
Within 120 m
Question 5
ON5.24What must a driver do before entering a highway from a private road or driveway?
A
Sound the horn and proceed with caution
B
Give a hand signal then take right-of-way
C
Yield right-of-way to all vehicles approaching on the highway
D
Enter or cross the highway as quickly as possible
Question 6
ON5.22When deciding to make a U turn, your first consideration should be to check…?
A
The height of the curb
B
The turning radius of your vehicle
C
The traffic regulations
D
The weather conditions
Question 7
ON5.6When does the law require lights on vehicles to be turned on?
A
There is no specified time
B
Between half an hour before sunset to half an hour after sunrise and at any other time you cannot see clearly for a distance of 150m
C
Between sunset and sunrise
D
Between dusk and dawn and any other time you cannot see clearly for a distance of 150m
Question 8
ON5.28Winter traction is affected by slippery conditions; in winter drivers should drive…?
A
Faster
B
In any of these ways
C
Slower
D
As if conditions were perfect
Question 9
ON5.4If two vehicles arrive at an uncontrolled intersection at approximately the same time, the right-of-way should be given to…?
A
Neither vehicle
B
The vehicle approaching from the right
C
The vehicle approaching from the left
D
The vehicle moving faster
Question 10
ON5.1If the signal light changes from green to amber as you approach an intersection, what should you do?
A
Speed up to clear the intersection as quickly as possible
B
Continue through the intersection without slowing or stopping
C
Sound the horn to warn pedestrians and other drivers that you do not intend to stop
D
Stop. If a stop cannot be made safely proceed with caution
Question 11
ON5.17The hand-and-arm signal for slowing or stopping is…?
A
Arm out and down
B
Arm straight
C
A circle motion
D
Arm out and up
Question 12
ON5.12A school bus with red signal lights flashing is stopped on a highway that has no median strip. What does the law require you to?
A
Stop tight up to the rear fender
B
Stop at least 20m away
C
Reduce speed and pass with care
D
Sound your horn
Question 13
ON5.16It is more dangerous to drive at the maximum speed limit at night than during the day because…?
A
Some drivers unlawfully drive with parking lights only
B
The roadways are more apt to be slippery at night
C
Your reaction time is slower at night
D
You cannot see as far ahead, even with headlights
Question 14
ON5.9Upon approaching a yield sign, what does the law require you to do?
A
Slow down, stop if necessary and proceed only when the way is clear
B
Stop, and then enter traffic slowly
C
Stop, and then enter traffic quickly
D
Speed up and force your way into traffic
Question 15
If you are 80 years of age or older, you are required to renew your driver's licence every…?
A
Four years
B
Five years
C
Three years
D
Two years
Question 16
ON5-14Fully licensed drivers - The Ministry of Transportation may suspend your license after a 9-points interview…?
A
If you do not have at least 5 years’ driving experience
B
If your license is not needed for business reasons
C
Under no circumstances
D
If you fail to attend an interview, or fail to give good reasons for keeping your license
Question 17
ON5.18When meeting oncoming vehicles with bright headlights at night:
A
Turn your lights on high beam
B
Look up and beyond and slightly to the right of the oncoming lights
C
Look at the headlights of the approaching vehicle
D
Open and shut your eyes rapidly
Question 18
ON5-13Fully licensed drivers - You may be required to attend an interview and re-examination of your driving ability if you accumulate…?
A
6 demerit points
B
3 demerit points
C
9 demerit points
D
15 demerit points
Question 19
ON5.21Unless you want to turn left or pass another vehicle, you should…?
A
Keep to the right of the road
B
Always keep well to the left
C
Drive on the shoulder of the highway
D
Drive in the centre of the roadway
Question 20
ON5.19What should you do when a car is stopped at a marked crosswalk to allow a pedestrian to cross?
A
Stop behind it
B
Pass the stopped car on the right
C
Pass the stopped car on the left
D
Sound your horn for the driver of the stopped car to drive on
Question 21
ON5.20A broken line at the left of your lane means…?
A
You may pass if the way is clear
B
Pass at any time
C
Never pass
D
Pass only during daylight hours
Question 22
Are drivers responsible for their passengers buckling up?
A
Only if passengers are over eighteen years of age
B
Only if passengers are over sixteen years of age
C
Only if the passengers are in the front seat
D
Only if passengers are from five years of age up to sixteen
Question 23
ON5.2A person whose driver license is under suspension, may…?
A
Operate a motor vehicle the get to and from work
B
Not drive, under any circumstances
C
Operate a motor vehicle in a case of extreme emergency
D
Operate a motor vehicle when accompanied by a licensed driver
Question 24
ON5.26The fine for not using a child car seat or booster seat as required by law is…?
A
Up to $1,000 plus two demerit points
B
Four demerit points
C
One demerit point
D
Three demerit points
Question 25
ON5.5When it is safe to do so, passing other vehicles on their right side…?
A
Is not permitted under any circumstances
B
Is permitted when the street or highway has two or more lanes for traffic in the direction you are traveling
C
Is permitted on any street or highway
D
Is permitted providing it is possible to do so by driving on the shoulder of the road
Question 26
ON5.30Pedestrians walking on a highway should normally walk…?
A
With their back to traffic
B
Well out into the traffic lane
C
Facing traffic
D
Down the centreline
Question 27
ON5.3In Ontario, you must wear a seatbelt…?
A
On high-speed highways
B
During the hours of darkness
C
In urban areas
D
At all times
Question 28
ON5.27Motorcyclists are entitled to the use of…?.
A
A full lane
B
Half a lane
C
Two thirds of a lane
D
A quarter of a lane
Question 29
Rules for both the G1 & G2 license holders include…? (Choose 2)
A
You cannot drive at night
B
You must have headlights on at all times
C
Each person in the vehicle must wear a seat belt
D
You cannot drive if you have been drinking alcohol
Question 30
ON5.11You are approaching an intersection on a main road, and the intersection is blocked with traffic. You should…?
A
Proceed slowly into the intersection until the traffic ahead moves on
B
Sound your horn to warn cars ahead to move on
C
Keep as close as possible to the car ahead
D
Stop before entering the intersection and wait until traffic ahead moves on
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