First Part

  1. They do not have brake lights to warn you when they are stopping.
  2. They always wish to compete with motor vehicles.
  3. They may stop anywhere in the lane.
  4. They should be treated as pedestrians on the road.
  1. They indicate numbers, names of designations of roads.
  2. They display the combination of roads.
  3. They indicate the distance to a destination.
  4. They indicate the availability of road service.

  1. Change lanes.
  2. Slow down for pedestrians.
  3. Stay in that lane.
  4. Watch for hazards.
  1. At an alley intersection
  2. On a roadway between intersections
  3. At an intersection controlled by a traffic control signal
  4. Where a sign indicates that u-turns are permitted
  1. A minimum of a two second following distance
  2. Be a minimum of a six second following distance
  3. A maximum of an eight second following distance
  4. A maximum of a four second following distance
  1. Traffic lights ahead
  2. Detour ahead
  3. Drive slowly
  4. Construction zone ahead
  1. Divider ahead keep right
  2. One-way road ahead
  3. Rest area ahead
  4. By-pass road ahead take a detour
  1. Creating a complex environment full of difficult tasks for

all new drivers

  1. Creating an uncontrolled high-risk environment for all new drivers
  2. Creating a lower risk controlled environment for all new drivers
  3. Providing minimal support and an uncontrolled environment for all new drivers
  1. The driver has lost control of the vehicle
  2. The vehicle starts slowing down
  3. The vehicle speed is uncontrollable
  4. The vehicle vibrates from top to bottom
  1. No parking permit is necessary in this area
  2. Park in the direction of the arrows
  3. No parking at night
  4. Do not park on either side of the sign
  1. The body temperature while driving
  2. The speed while driving
  3. Collisions on railway crossings
  4. The risk of whiplash injuries and rear-end collisions
  1. The middle lane
  2. any lane
  3. The left lane
  4. The far right lane
  1. Turn into the left lane
  2. Swing wide to the left before turning
  3. Stay centered in your turning lane
  4. All of the above
  1. Sound your horn
  2. Signal left
  3. Proceed without signaling
  4. Signal right
  1. a deceleration lane
  2. A weave zone
  3. An express lane
  4. An acceleration lane
  1. Keep going
  2. Take a detour
  3. Proceed with maximum speed to cross the track
  4. Stop and wait for the train to pass

Second Part

  1. Move quickly to the left side of your lane
  2. Move slowly to the left side of your lane
  3. Move slightly to the right of your lane
  4. Stop immediately
  1. Playground
  2. School zone
  3. Watch for pedestrians
  4. Hospital zone
  1. Parallel parking
  2. Hill parking
  3. Angle parking
  4. None of the above
  1. Pedestrians
  2. Emergency parking .
  3. Passing vehicles
  4. Bicyclists
  1. Hold the steering wheel with firm grip and keep the vehicle on a straight course
  2. Turn off your hazard warning lights
  3. Put your foot on the gas pedal to increase speed
  4. Not to apply the brakes
  1. Do not enter this road
  2. Only light motor vehicles are allowed
  3. There is a narrow pass way ahead
  4. Use of this road is prohibited
  1. The ratio between reaction distance and braking distance
  2. The sum of perception distance reaction distance and the braking distance of the vehicle
  3. The difference between the perception distance reaction distance and braking distance of the vehicle
  4. The average of perception distance and braking distance
  1. Section 2 of the registration is complete and signed by the previous owner
  2. Section 131 (1) of the registration is complete and signed by the previous owner
  3. Section 23 of the registration is complete and signed by the previous owner
  4. Section 3 of the registration is complete and signed by the previous owner
  1. On a bridge.
  2. On a sidewalk or boulevard.
  3. Within 3 meters of a fire hydrant.
  4. 15 metres away from a crosswalk.
  1. The left-hand lane.
  2. A marked road way.
  3. The right-hand way.
  4. The center of the lane.
  1. Increase the speed of your vehicle.
  2. Take a detour to the left.
  3. Be prepared to increase the speed and pass quickly if required.
  4. Be prepared to slow down and stop if required.
  1. No left turns are permitted.
  2. U-turns are not permitted.
  3. U-turns are permitted.
  4. Do not proceed forward.
  1. An approved bicycle safety helmet.
  2. An approved safety belt.
  3. Approved goggles.
  4. An approved uniform.
  1. Call the police and remain at the scene
  2. Called the police and leave the scene
  3. Not report the accident to the police
  4. Worked with other drivers to clear the accident scene
  1. Change lanes
  2. Stopped driving in that lane
  3. Increase their speed
  4. Drive in that lane
  1. Restricted zones
  2. Hill zones
  3. Safety zones
  4. Weave zones *

Third Part

  1. Move with maximum acceleration
  2. Signal
  3. Slow down or stop the vehicle
  4. Look into the mirrors
  1. Impaired driving program (planning ahead)
  2. Impaired driving program (impact)
  3. Suspension program
  4. Vision screening program
  1. Less than 10 cm (&lt 4 inches)
  2. More than 10 cm (&gt 4 inches)
  3. More than 15 cm (&gt 5.9 inches)
  4. Less than 1 cm (&lt 0.4 inches)
  1. No stopping
  2. No parking
  3. Do not pass
  4. Only trucks allowed
  1. Loose his/her license indefinitely
  2. Loosed his/her vehicle
  3. Loose his/her license for a period of time
  4. Have to go to jail
  1. An emergency left turn
  2. An emergency stop
  3. Flat tire repair
  4. An emergency right turn
  1. Any child who is under the age of six years and whose weight doesn’t exceed 18 kg must be properly restrained in a child safety seat
  2. Any child who is under the age of seven years and whose weight does not exceed 19 kg must be properly restrained in a child safety seat
  3. Any child who is under the age of nine years and whose weight does not exceed 25 kg must

be properly restrained in a child safety seat

  1. Any child who is under the age of eight years and whose weight does not exceed 20 kg must be properly restrained in a child safety seat
  1. Railway crossing control
  2. Narrow passage
  3. Left turn lane control
  4. Right turn lane control
  1. A goods vehicle ahead
  2. Construction vehicle
  3. A long-haul truck ahead
  4. A snow plow ahead
  1. Stop immediately
  2. Proceed with caution
  3. Do not yield
  4. Drive as quickly as possible
  1. No closer than 8 meters and no further than 20 meters
  2. No closer than 7 meters and no further than 16 meters
  3. See no closer than 6 meters and no further than 18 meters
  4. No closer than 5 meters and no further than 15 meters
  1. The vehicle is stopping
  2. The vehicle is turning
  3. The vehicle is in Reverse
  4. The vehicle is parked
  1. The exception of a fully licensed instructor
  2. The exception of an air brake endorsement
  3. The exception of a certificate of proof of age
  4. The exception of having a zero blood alcohol level
  1. Submit a certificate of marriage
  2. Submit a proof of age document
  3. File medical report and undergo a vision screening
  4. File and earnings report and submit no objection from the transport department
  1. During the day time
  2. During afternoon hours
  3. From 11:00 p.m. To 12:00 p.m.
  4. From midnight to 5:00 a.m.
  1. Hills ahead
  2. Dead end
  3. Bump
  4. Narrow road

Fourth Part

  1. Speed up
  2. Slowed down and let it merge
  3. Move over N to the uncoming traffic lane
  4. Sound your horn to warn the other driver to yield
  1. At all times
  2. Unless it is rush hour
  3. Unless the speed limit is over 50 km/h
  4. Unless the light are against them
  1. At your steering wheel
  2. At where you wish to go
  3. At the road directly in front of your vehicle
  4. At the direction you are traveling
  1. Accelerate to the end of the street
  2. Pull over to the nearest curb
  3. Pull over to the left curb
  4. Pull over to the right curb
  1. Apply the brakes lightly
  2. Apply the brakes hard
  3. Stay off both brakes an accelerator
  4. Accelerate hard
  1. No lights
  2. Low beam lights
  3. Hazard lights
  4. High beam lights
  1. The one carrying the highest speed
  2. The one coming from the left
  3. The one coming from the right
  4. The largest vehicle by the length
  1. Close to the right-hand curb or edge
  2. The center of the road
  3. Anywhere which suits you
  4. As far to the left as possible
  1. Pull on the parking brake
  2. Stay off the accelerator and brake and just steer
  3. Accelerate out of the skid
  4. Brake hard

Fifth Part

  1. Never
  2. Only if you are driving a small car
  3. Whenever possible
  4. Only in heavy traffic
  1. Towards the edge of the road (to the right)
  2. Straight ahead
  3. Towards the center of the road (to the left)
  4. Any of the above
  1. Both a. it’s side mirrors
  2. its left hand side mirror
  3. it’s right hand side mirror
  4. its registration plate
  1. Roadworks
  2. Speed check area
  3. Slippery surface
  4. School zone
  1. Left on entrance right on exit
  2. No signal on entrance right on exit
  3. Left on entrance no signal on exit
  4. None on entrance, left on exit
  1. Moves you into a higher gear
  2. Connects the engine and a transmission
  3. Disconnects the engine and the transmission
  4. Increases engine in revolutions
  1. Backup
  2. Make u-turn
  3. Speed up and cross the intersection
  4. Not enter the intersection
  1. Back up
  2. Make a u-turn
  3. Continue to the next
  4. Do any of the above
  1. Every 30 seconds
  2. Only when you’re slowing or stopping
  3. Every 8 – 12 seconds
  4. Every 15 – 17 seconds
  1. One hour after sunset
  2. One hour before sunset
  3. 7:00 p.m.
  4. 8:00 p.m.
  1. Take your foot off the gas pedal
  2. Steer gradually back to the roadway
  3. Apply the brakes
  4. Keep a firm grip on the steering wheel
  1. Increase your speed and pass it quickly
  2. Make a u-turn
  3. Come to a complete stop
  4. Proceed with caution
  1. Come to a complete stop and yield to traffic and pedestrians before turning
  2. Slowed down
  3. Sound your horn to warn other drivers you’re turning
  4. Maintain a constant speed

Six Part

  1. From 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
  2. From 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
  3. From 3:30 am to 4:00 pm
  4. From 4.00 pm to 4:30 pm
  1. Use a cellular phone.
  2. Leave your vehicle running.
  3. Smoke.
  4. Do any of the above.
  1. Change into a lower gear.
  2. Change into neutral.
  3. Regularly pump your brakes.
  4. Change into a higher gear.
  1. Increased fuel economy.
  2. Decreased stopping distance.
  3. Faster tire wear.
  4. All of the above.
  1. Adjust your mirrors.
  2. Adjust your head restraint.
  3. Buckle up.
  4. Do all of the above.
  1. Back up.
  2. Line up after the last vehicle.
  3. Do not enter the intersection until it clears.
  4. Honk your horn.
  1. You’ll pay a $25,000 fine.
  2. Your license will be suspended for life.
  3. Your license will be suspended for 5 years.
  4. None of the above will happen.
  1. The top of your head.
  2. The top of your ears.
  3. The center of your neck.
  4. Your jawline.
  1. Your license will be suspended immediately and until the criminal charge is resolved.
  2. You will be charged under the Criminal Code of Canada.
  3. You will be subject to the ignition interlock program.
  4. All of the above will happen.
  1. Prescription drugs.
  2. Over-the-counter drugs.
  3. Illegal drugs.
  4. All of the above.
  1. Vehicles going at higher speeds.
  2. Vehicles already on the highway.
  3. Vehicles merging onto the highway.
  4. None of the above.

Seventh Part

  1. Refusal to submit a breath/blood/urine test.
  2. Driving while suspended or disqualified.
  3. Driving when intoxicated regardless of blood alcohol content.
  4. All of the above.
  1. Walk all around the vehicle to check for obstacles or pedestrians.
  2. Rev your engine.
  3. Lower your windows.
  4. Sound your horn as a warning.
  1. Yes, but only after honking your horn to warn other drivers.
  2. Yes, but only after coming to a complete stop and yielding to traffic.
  3. No,never.
  4. Yes, you have the right-of-way.
  1. You have more than 1 child with you.
  2. You possess a disabled parking permit.
  3. You are staying less than five minutes.
  4. All other parking spots are full.
  1. 6:00 am to 6:00 pm
  2. 10:00 pm to 7:00 am
  3. 12 pm to 6:00 am
  4. 2:00 pm to 4:00 am
  1. Check your text when stopped at a red light.
  2. Reduce your speed and check your phone.
  3. Check your phone only if there are no other vehicles around.
  4. Wait until you’re stopped in a safe place.
  1. your headlights.
  2. cruise control.
  3. your brakes.
  4. your GPS.
  1. Your license will be suspended for 3 days.
  2. Your vehicle will be towed.
  3. Your vehicle will be seized for 3 days.
  4. All of the above.
  1. Railway crossings are marked with signs.
  2. If you see a train, try to beat it to a crossing.
  3. Trains need a very long distance to stop.
  4. Always yield to a train.
  1. Right side tire failure.
  2. Transmission failure.
  3. Brake failure.
  4. Left side tire failure.
  1. When your path is clear.
  2. At slow walking speed.
  3. When looking over your right shoulder through the rear window.
  4. Under all of the above conditions.
  1. The right-hand lane.
  2. It doesn;t matter.
  3. The left-hand lane.
  4. To the left of the centerline.
  1. Increase your speed to clear the crosswalk.
  2. You have the right-of-way; no need to exercise caution.
  3. Immediately cone to a complete stop.
  4. Reduce your speed to 30 km/h and stop if necessary.
  1. Stop at the edge of the sidewalk and again at the edge of the road.
  2. Drive across the sidewalk and stop at the edge of the road.
  3. Stop at the edge of the sidewalk and then drive straight into the road.
  4. Drive straight across the sidewalk and into the road.
  1. None.
  2. If the other vehicle speeds up.
  3. Only if you are in a rush.
  4. Only on a multi-lane highway.
  1. Reduce the following distance to save time.
  2. Use your cell phone for text messaging only while driving.
  3. Be aggressive to get to your destination as fast as you can.
  4. Watch for potential hazards.
  1. The 9 o’ clock and 3 o’ clock position.
  2. The 9 o’ clock and 2 o’ clock position.
  3. The 8 o’ clock and 3 o’ clock position.
  4. The 7 o’ clock and 5 o’ clock position.
  1. Turn on your high beams.
  2. Honk your horn.
  3. Close your eyes.
  4. Look slightly down to the right edge of your lane until the vehicle passes.
  1. Increase pressure on the brakes slightly.
  2. Slam on the brakes as hard as possible.
  3. Release pressure on the brakes slightly and reapply.
  4. Release pressure on the brakes completely.
  1. Slow down as much as possible.
  2. Quickly accelerate to get ahead of other vehicles.
  3. Maintain your speed and do a shoulder check.
  4. None of the above.
  1. Make a U-turn and find a different route.
  2. Ignore the signal and obey the signal.
  3. Ignore the officer and obey the signal.
  4. Stop and ask the officer why he is waving you through.
  1. Dull and white.
  2. Dull and black.
  3. Shiny and black.
  4. Shiny and white.
  1. Around midnight.
  2. In the early hours of the morning.
  3. Around midday.
  4. At dusk and dawn.