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G1 Practice Test – Knowledge 2

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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?

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A solid line at the left of your lane means…?

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If a tire blows out you should…?

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When approaching a railway crossing where an electrical or mechanical signal device is warning of the approach of a train, you must…?

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Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit allowed on the highway outside of city, town and village is…?

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Parking lights should be used…?

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In good weather conditions, you are required to keep a safe distance behind the vehicle in front of you. You should keep at least…?

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How many demerit points will be recorded on your license for failing to stop for police?

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A flashing red beacon above an intersection means…?

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When parking facing downhill you should…?

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Never change lanes without…?

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If you do not tell the truth about your vehicle insurance or if you show false documents...?

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When faster traffic wants to pass you…?

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While you are driving with a G1 license, you must not drive on 400-series highways with a posted speed limit over:

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If your wheels go off the pavement you should…? (Choose 3)

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A pedestrian facing a flashing or steady hand or don't walk symbol should…?

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Under what circumstances may you lend your driver's license to another person?

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The best way to stop quickly on a wet or icy roadway is to…?

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In what lane of traffic should you drive when you intend to make a right-hand turn?

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What documents may a police officer require a motor vehicle owner to produce? (Choose 3)

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During poor weather conditions such as rain, snow, smoke and fog, switch your headlights…?

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How many demerit points will be recorded on your license for careless driving?

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Persons operating mobility devices (motorized wheelchair and medical scooters) are treated the same way as pedestrians…?

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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…?

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Under what circumstances may a driver lose their license?

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Before moving from a parked position you should…?

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In what position on the roadway must you be before making a left turn from a one-way traffic street?

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At streetcar stops, stay at least ___ meters behind the rear doors where passengers are getting off or on.

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Drivers who do not buckle up can be fined and given…?

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When descending a steep hill, a good and safe driving practice is to…?

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G1 Practice Test Rules of the Road Part 2

Congratulations on taking the next step towards becoming a confident driver! Mastering the G1 practice test: Rules of the Road Part 2 is crucial for your success. This section delves deeper into essential road regulations that will keep you and other road users safe. Let’s explore key areas and valuable tips to guide you through this important phase of your G1 preparation.

Deep Dive into G1 Practice Test

Building upon your knowledge from Part 1, we’ll now focus on more complex road scenarios and regulations. Mastering these rules is essential for understanding the intricate dance of vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists on Ontario’s roadways.

Intersection Safety: Navigating Complex Crossroads

Intersections can be challenging, but with the right knowledge, you’ll confidently navigate these crossroads. Understanding right-of-way rules, traffic signals, and proper turning procedures is paramount.

  • Right-of-way rules: Prioritizing vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists is crucial for preventing accidents.
  • Traffic signals: Comprehending the meaning of different lights and hand signals is essential.
  • Turning maneuvers: Executing safe left and right turns requires practice and knowledge of proper techniques.

Sharing the Road with Vulnerable Road Users

Sharing the road with pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists demands extra vigilance and respect. Understanding their rights and responsibilities is vital for preventing accidents.

  • Pedestrian safety: Prioritizing pedestrians, especially in crosswalks and school zones, is crucial.
  • Cyclist awareness: Understanding cyclist behavior and sharing the road safely is essential.
  • Motorcycle safety: Recognizing motorcycles and sharing the road responsibly is vital.

Adverse Weather and Road Conditions

Driving in adverse weather and road conditions presents unique challenges. Being prepared and adapting your driving style is essential for staying safe.

  • Winter driving: Understanding tire chains, winter tires, and safe driving practices in snow and ice is crucial.
  • Rainy conditions: Adjusting speed and visibility for optimal safety is essential.
  • Foggy conditions: Using headlights, reducing speed, and increasing following distance is crucial.

Essential Tips for Success

  • Consistent Practice: Regular practice reinforces learning and boosts confidence.
  • Visual Aids: Using diagrams and images can enhance understanding of complex rules.
  • Real-life Observations: Observing traffic patterns and applying rules to real-world scenarios is beneficial.
  • Seek Clarification: Don’t hesitate to seek clarification on any confusing rules.

By diligently studying the MTO HandBook and practicing the G1 Practice Tests rules of the road you’ll be well-prepared to conquer the knowledge test and become a safe and responsible driver. Remember, your safety and the safety of others depend on your understanding and application of these essential road rules.