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Ontario Driving Test G1 – Rules 4

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Question 1
ON6.8Who has the right -of-way in a roundabout?
A
Traffic approaching the roundabout
B
Traffic turning right in the roundabout
C
Traffic turning left in the roundabout
D
Traffic in the roundabout
Question 2
  What you cannot see in your vehicle rear and side-view mirrors is said to be in your…?
A
Danger zone
B
Dark area
C
Blind spot
D
Safe zone
Question 3
How many days do new Ontario residents have to register their vehicles?
A
90 days
B
60 days
C
120 days
D
30 days
Question 4
Never make a U-turn unless you can see at least _______ in both directions.
A
250 metres
B
125 metres
C
50 metres
D
150 metres
Question 5
How many demerit points will be recorded on your license for failing to remain at the scene of a collision?
A
7
B
3
C
9
D
11
Question 6
Signs giving instructions around roadworks are…?
A
Only applicable to large vehicles
B
Only applicable to site traffic
C
Optional
D
Legally enforceable
Question 7
  If you fail or refuse to give a breath or blood sample when asked by police, your license will immediately be suspended for…?
A
30 days
B
10 days
C
3 days
D
90 days
Question 8
ON6.2Why must you use signals when turning? (Choose 3)
A
To notify the other driver(s) of your intentions
B
To make faster turns
C
To advise pedestrians of what you want to do
D
To inform cyclist of your intentions
Question 9
ON6.16 What action should be taken if your brakes fail?
A
Use your emergency brake and sound your horn to warn other drivers while looking for a soft collision point
B
Firmly press down on your brakes until they re-engage
C
Wave down the nearest police officer and shout for help
D
Pump the brakes rapidly and shift into a lower gear
Question 10
ON6.21 When a red "X" is indicated over a driving lane…?
A
A driver must not enter or remain in that lane
B
Drivers in that lane must stop immediately
C
It indicates traffic lights ahead
D
It applies to pedestrians only
Question 11
ON6.4How much room do cyclists need on either side of themselves as a safety zone?
A
1 metre
B
2 metres
C
3 metres
D
4 metres
Question 12
ON6.18 If there are continuity lines to the right of your lane, what must you do?
A
You are not required to do anything unless you want to exit. Your lane is unaffected
B
You must merge with the traffic to your left
C
You must merge with the traffic to your right
D
You must change the lane as your lane is exiting or ending
Question 13
ON6.5Coming to a complete stop at an intersection is required, but where do you stop if there is no stop line, crosswalk or sidewalk?
A
Right before the stop sign
B
At the edge of the intersection
C
Right beside the stop sign
D
A little into the intersection
Question 14
ON6.19What should you do if you become stranded in snow?
A
Run the engine continuously to keep the interior of the vehicle as warm as possible
B
Any of these
C
Run your vehicle engine for approximately 5 minutes every hour for heating
D
Immediately leave the vehicle to look for help
Question 15
ON6.29 You must not follow any emergency vehicle that has its siren or lights operating within…?
A
100 metres
B
150 metres
C
50 metres
D
250 metres
Question 16
Always be aware of traffic around you as you drive, check your mirrors every ______ seconds or so.
A
five
B
three
C
ten
D
six
Question 17
ON6.10High Occupancy Vehicle lanes on provincial highways are reserved for vehicles carrying how many passengers?
A
At least three people
B
At least four people
C
At least two people
D
At least five people
Question 18
What is the safest action to take when your vehicle drives over black ice?
A
Brake hard while gripping the steering wheel tightly
B
Ease off the accelerator and steer immediately to side of the road
C
Accelerate hard to clear the ice
D
Calmly remove your foot from the accelerator and steer in the direction you want to go
Question 19
The Accessible Parking Permit allows…?
A
The holder’s family members to use designated spaces
B
A vehicle carrying the person to whom it was issued to use a designated disabled parking space
C
The holder to park anywhere
D
A designated parking space to be used by any vehicle showing the permit
Question 20
ON6.25What 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 and then stop to wait for an opening in traffic
C
Do what the vehicle ahead of you does
D
Signal, move into the deceleration lane, reduce speed gradually and obey exit signs
Question 21
Drivers licensed under the Graduated Driver License Program are restricted from operating a vehicle…?
A
When any amount of alcohol has been consumed
B
With a blood alcohol concentration over .08
C
Without airbags
D
During daytime
Question 22
Wet roadways can cause…? (Choose 3)
A
Sudden stops
B
Hydroplaning
C
Loss of traction
D
Poor visibility
Question 23
What should you do if you feel drowsy while driving?
A
Reduce speed
B
Open a window
C
Stop for a short rest in a safe area
D
Turn up your radio
Question 24
ON6.3 When a police officer signals you to pull your vehicle over you must…?
A
Pull over as far to the left as possible
B
Signal and stop at the nearest parking lot
C
Pull over as far to the right as you safely can and come to a complete stop
D
Slow down and stop in the lane you are in
Question 25
Road test failures may result from…?
A
Lack of skill and control
B
Unsafe actions
C
Any/all of these
D
Difficulty obeying traffic laws
Question 26
ON6.6 When do you stop for a school bus if there is a median?
A
If you are behind it and it has red lights flashing
B
Any time it is stopped
C
If you are approaching it
D
At no time
Question 27
ON6.27If a front tire goes flat, your vehicle will pull strongly to the:
A
Side that has the flat tire
B
Right side
C
Left side
D
Centre of the road
Question 28
ON6.20What is meant by 'overdriving' your headlights?
A
Driving with high beam headlights at all times
B
Using your headlights when unnecessary
C
Flashing your headlights constantly
D
Driving so fast that your stopping distance is farther than you can see with your headlights
Question 29
ON6.9When can you pass on a shoulder?
A
If a vehicle turning left and only if the shoulder is paved
B
Whenever you can do so safely
C
Never
D
Only if a vehicle is turning left and you have an unpaved shoulder on the right
Question 30
Hydroplaning can cause your vehicle to skid.  It is caused by…?
A
Ice on roadway
B
Your tires riding on top of the water
C
Flat tires
D
Overinflated tires
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A Guide For Passing The Ontario Driving Test

Studying for the driver’s test is key to getting your license. There’s a lot on the line when you’re driving in the car with actual people. Driving is almost like a sixth sense to a lot of people, it’s not an action that they really even think about and just a means to an end. Certain countries also drive a lot more than other countries. The United States has one of the highest ratios of drivers, but not all of their laws spread to other countries. Ontario is the largest province in Canada and has its own rules. Here are a few steps to be able to ace that driving test when you take it.

 

Respect the street signs

Ontario Driving Test G1Signs are a big part of how traffic is navigated on the street. You not only have a responsibility to be knowledgeable on all of the street signs that are in your province. There are some similarities to driving in the United States, but you need to be able to get yourself from point A to B in the safest manner possible. There is a lot that you have to worry about, and money of them are signs that aren’t shown in any other kind of country.

The province is quite big and you don’t have to worry about the roads being as strict as denser from the area. A lot of the signs have a diamond sign with the color yellow, which generally means that it doesn’t have the same level of priority as seeing a red octagon sign in the United States. However, if you’re caught blatantly violating the rules that these signs have shown to you, your test will be failed. Thankfully, most of these signs are warnings and not direct actions that you have to take. This makes it much easier for you to not know every single sign on the test.

 

Know how to deal with new changes on the fly

The reality is that when you start driving, there is going to be a bevy of issues on the road that you would’ve never seen coming. It’s good to have a plan for what you’re going to do when you take your driver’s test, but you need to be prepared for some of those things to change when you actually take your test. Not everyone is going to be tested the same way when they drive and you may be asked to things that the tester didn’t put any emphasis on in the beginning.

One second, you may be asked to perform a U-turn out of nowhere without much time to prepare or have the space for it. The next second, you may be asked to go on the highway for a longer period than you had originally planned. Popular roads that you made plans to drive on for your test and this isn’t the end of the world. This test was made to see if your core driving skills are good. As long as you’re confident in doing everything a driver would have to do, you should pass with flying colors.

 

Perfect your packing technique

Parking is the act of putting the vehicle in a position where it can legally be stationary. However, you won’t always be parking the same way and it’s better to be good at every method of parking. Some people like to park in places head-first while others lick to back into spaces with the back of their car. They usually like to do that since it will be easier to get off the car. It’s very useful to be able to master when you actually get your license.

What’s also great is knowing how to parallel parking. This is the act of getting in between the spaces of two cars and parking. This is typically activated by going in front of the first car, then backing up in front of the second car. After that, the driver turns the car towards the road to make the car parallel to the other cars. It’s very hard to pull off to an amateur, but this is absolutely required to be able to pass the test. AS long as your car is medium-sized, there should be plenty of opportunities to practice this in the city.

 

Know how to work your signals

On the road, the reality is that people are using heavy pieces of machinery to move from place to place. You need to be able to communicate with other drivers so that they’re not in any danger. The most common kind of signal that you’ll use is your turn signal. This is something that’s going to tell other drivers where you want to go. Giving them this kind of information may allow you to get more space so that you have an easier time getting into a lane. Or it might be you who has to respect their turn signal.

For the sake of the test, you have to signal which way you’re going to turn even if you aren’t around any cars. There are also emergency lights that your car needs to have at any time. However, this is only really something to worry about when the car doesn’t work that well and one of the requirements for the test is to have a well-working car. There are things like horns and flashing lights to be able to communicate with drivers, however, the meaning may not be consistent when doing it with other people.

 

Don’t be a hazard to other people

Driving can be something that has a lot of risk to it and younger drivers have a tendency to cause more accidents than older drivers. This is why you really have to moderate factors such as speed when you start driving. Realize that there could be little kids or pets that can’t be expected to fully respect you as a driver, so it’s important to have patience on your test. You also shouldn’t be speeding to the point where you can’t stop within a moment or to where you could get pulled over.