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1.

A flashing amber (yellow) signal light at an intersection means:


1. Come to full stop
2. Slow down and drive with increased caution
3. Danger dead end highway
4. Signal out of orde

2. A traffic control signal containing the word ?STOP?held out by a person at a school
cross-walk means:
1. Stop if there are any pedestrians crossing
2. Stop before entering the cross-walk and do not proceed until the signal is no
longer in position
3. Ignore the signal as it is not legal anyhow
4. Slow down and proceed through the cross-walk with cautio

3.Outside the cities of St. John抯 and Corner Brook, a school bus with a visual signal
operating, is taking on or discharging passengers, what does the law require you to do
before overtaking bus?
1. Reduce speed and pass with care
2. Wait for approaching vehicles to pass
3. Stop until the bus proceeds or the signal service is no longer operating
4. Sound horn and pass at reduced spee

4.Which of the following classes vehicles only may carry a red light visible from the
front?
1. Commercial motor vehicles
2. Bicycles
3. Pleasure type motor vehicle
4. Emergency vehicle responding to a call

5. After dark, drivers are required to use low beam headlights:


1. Upon the approach of another vehicle
2. Within 150m of the approach of another vehicle
3. Within 300m of the approach of another vehicle
4. This is a safety practice, not a lo

6. Where a highway has divided into lanes for traffic, a driver should:
1. Move from lane to lane with bursts of speed when passing
2. Never change lanes
3. Signal intention and move to another lanes only when it is safe to do so
4. Straddle lanes and block following traffic

7. The use of alcohol or drugs affect the driver by impairing;


1. Vision 2.Judgment
3. Reaction time 4. All of the above

8. When may you drive at the maximum speed limit?


1. Only in the daytime
2. At any time
3. If the condition of traffic and the highway permit such a speed to be driven in
safety
4. On any highway designed for one-way traffic

9. You may not drive to the left the center line of a highway designed for one or more
lanes of traffic in each direction;
1. Within 50m of?a level railway crossing
2. Within 30m of a bridge or tunnel where driver抯 view obstructed
3. When approaching the crest of a grade or upon a curve where driver's view is
obstructed
4. Under any of the above condition

10. On a roadway where traffic is moving in both directions, in what position must you
be before making a left turn?
1. Close to the right-hand side of the roadway
2. Close to the left side of the roadway
3. To the right of and as close to the center line of the roadway as possible
4. Does not matter provided your signa

11. You are driving up to an interaction where there is no signal light or police officer, A
pedestrian is in the crosswalk on your side of the street. You should:
1. Increase speed and take the right-of-way
2. Slow down and drive with increased caution
3. Sound horn to warn the pedestrian
4. Stop and yield right-of-way to the pedestria

12. What must you do when the driver of another vehicle gives a signal that he wants to
overtake and pass your vehicle?
1. Give way to the right and do not increase your speed until the overtaking vehicle
has passed your vehicle
2. Speed up to make the other driver increase speed
3. Signal the other driver to remain behind you
4. Move to the left and block the overtaking vehicl

13. When a car is stopped to allow a pedestrian to cross the street at a marked crosswalk
you should:
1. Pass the stopped car on the right
2. Not pass any car stopped to allow a pedestrian to cross the street
3. Pass the stopped car on the left
4. Sound horn for the driver of the stopped car to drive o

14. The driver of a motor vehicle, other than commercial vehicle, must not follow
another vehicle closer than what distance?
1. A reasonable and prudent distance, having regard for speed other vehicles and
traffic condition
2. As close to the rear of the other vehicle as possible to make more room for other
vehicles
following
3. Always pass the vehicle in front to avoid the dangers of following too closely
4. Does not matter, There is no penalty for driving too closel

15. What are the possible penalties for driving while intoxicated?
1. Imprisonment for seven days
2. A fine of $2,000.00
3. Driver's licence suspended for four months
4. All of the above plus other penaltie

16. You are driving on a wet road and have to make a stop quickly. The best way to do
this is to:
1.Slam the brakes on hard
2. Roll down the window and signal
3. Pump the brake pedal
4. Turn off the ignition and apply the hand brak

17. When your right wheels run onto a soft shoulder what is the best way to get back on
the highway?
1. Apply brakes
2. Reduce speed by taking foot off gas pedal, turn back when way is clear
3. Steer hard to the left
4. Apply brakes and steer hard to lef

18. When driving at night and you meet another car with glaring headlights. You should:
1.Turn on the upper beam of your headlights
2.Watch the center-line of the roadway
3.Keep your headlight on the low beam and look slight away from the bright lights
4.Watch the tail-light of the car hea

19.Every accident must be reported to the police where there is personal injure or when
the damage exceeds:
1. $100 2.$250 3.$400 4.$1,000

20. When leaving your vehicle unattended on a highway you are required by law.
1. To:Lock the ignition with the engine stopped
2. Remove the key
3. Effectively brake the vehicle
4. Do all the abov

21. If you are involved in an accident in which someone is injured you must:
1.Report the accident at once to the nearest provincial or municipal police officer
2. Repor the accident within 24 hours to the nearest provincial or municipal police
officer
3. Report the accident to your insurance company only
4. Report the accident to the Department of Transportation and Communicatio

22. When it is necessary to park on the travelled portion of a highway outside of an


urban distract. How far must approaching traffic be able to see your vehicle:
1. 30m 2. 60m 3. 100m 4.150

23. How soon after a licensed driver changes address should the Registrar of Motor
Vehicles be notified?
1. within 6 day 2. within 15 days
3. within 30 days 4.Any time prior to renewal of licenc

24. The brakes required on a motor vehicle operated on a highway must:


1. Have two separate means of application
2. Be capable of stopping the vehicle within 9m at 30km/h
3. Stop and hold a vehicle on a grade
4. All of the above

25. What is the major cause of highway accidents?


1. Poor traffic regulation 2. Human+ failure
3. Poor roads 4. Unsafe vehicle

1. When a red signal light with a green arrow is shown at intersection it means:
1.Stop and wait for green light before making turn in the direction of the arrow
2.Proceed with caution in the direction of the arrow yielding right of way to
pedestrians and other traffic
3.Stop and then proceed
4.The green arrow is a signal for pedestrians only

2. Which of the following actions in traffic require a hand signal or a mechanical


signal?
1.Slowing or stopping
2.Right turn
3.Left turn
4.All of the above

3. A driver’s license is not valid:


1.Until signed by the licencee
2.After the expiry date indicated on the licence
3.While the licencee is prohibited from driving under the Criminal Code of Canada
4.All of the above
50,52(1)and 68(2)
4. When you hear the screm of an emergency vehicle, what does the law require you
to do?
Speed up and get out of the way
Signal the driver to pass
Pull to the right as fast as possible and stop
Pull to the left as far as possible and stop
143

5. When does the law require lights on vehicle to be turned on?


Between sunset and sunrise
Between dusk and dawn
Half an hour before sunset and half an hour after sunrise
No specified time
Reg 2(1)(2)

6. Before moving your car from a parked position, you should:


Sound your horn and pull from curb slowly
Check other traffic signal and pull from curb quickly
Check other traffic signal and pull from curb when it is safe to do
Pull from curb and block other traffic
138,133

7. When approaching a railway crossing at which an electrical or mechanical signal


device or flagperson is warning of the approach of a train you must:
Stop not less than 3m from the nearest rail
Increase speed and cross tracks as quickly as possible
Stop not less than 5m from the nearest rail
Slow down and proceed with caution
152

8. Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit allowed in cities, towns and
settlements is:
30km/h
50km/h
40km/h
60km/h
131(2)(d)

9. What does the broken line marking on a highway mean?


Pass at any time
Pass if the way is clear
Never pass
Pass only during daylight hours
121(a)

10. In what lane of traffic should you drive when you wanted to make a right-hand
turn?
Close to the left side of the roadway
Close to the right-hand side of the roadway
Close to the center line of the roadway
Does not matter provided you signal
136(1)

11. If a traffic signal changes while a pedestrian is walk in the street, which of the
following has the right of way?
Motorists making turns
The pedestrian
Motorists coming front his right
Motorists coming from his left
127(2)(b)

12. When you are overtaking another vehicle, what does the law require you to do?
Sound an audible signal
Give a signal of your intention to pull out and pass
Pass to the left of the other vehicle
All of the above
116

13. You are permitted to pass other vehicle on the right side?
When the driver in front is signalling or making a left-hand turn
On street or highway where there are two or more lanes in each direction
On one way streets
Under the three preceding condition
113

14. You are required to keep a safe distance behind the vehicle in front of you. At
80km/h you should keep at least:
Two car lengths behind vehicle in front
Three car lengths behind vehicle in front
Four car lengths behind vehicle in front
Five car lengths behind vehicle in front
124

15. Which of the following traffic convictions could earns a jail sentence?
Exceeding the speed law
Driving while impaired
Driving a car without owner’s permission
All of the above

16. While driving around a curve a good practice is to:


Ride the center of the road
Enter curve at a steady speed and apply brakes if needed
Slow down when entering curve only when pavement is slippery
Enter curve slowly and increase speed as the driver gets the “feel” of the curve

17. Good drivers travelling in heavy fog at night, always use the:
Low beam
High beam
Parking light
No light

18. When descending a steep hill a good safe-driving practice is:


Gear down and use motor to assist in barking
Disengage the clutch and coast
Turn off the ignition
Place the gear shift in neural
180

19. Where should a driver’s clearest attention be focused?


On the lead car
On pedestrians on the sidewalk
The path his vehicle is to take
On the steering wheel

20. The most important quality possessed by the safe driver is:
Great skill
Extremely fast reaction time
Good driver attitude
Experience
21. The greatest danger resulting from following a bus or larger vehicle is from:
The other vehicle stopping suddenly
Boredom
Reduced visability
Exhaust fumes

22. When is Backing permitted?


Anytime there is no directly behind you
Only when the move can be made in safety
Only for parking
Only while using rear view mirror

23. If your license or permit bears a restriction you must:


Comply with it during daylight hours only
Comply with it at all times when driving
Not bother with it, it has little meaning
Comply with it only if you drive at night

24. A motor vehicle operated on a highway is required to have:


Windshield wipers in good working order
Mudguards or fenders which reduce wheel spray to rear
A rear-view mirror
All of the above
Reg 14 1,15,16

25. Which of following conditions makes it dangerous and unlawful to operate a


vehicle on highway?
The driver’s view to the front and sides of the vehicle is obstructed by the number of
persons in the front seat
An ornament or decoration on the vehicle obstructs the driver’s vision or distracts his/her
attention
The load of the vehicle obstructs the driver’s view to the front or sides
All of the above
172, 173

1. When approaching an intersection where a traffic signal light is red and a police
officer motions to you to go through, you should:
Wait for the light to turn green
Obey the police officer’s signal and go through at once
Call the police officer’s attention to the red light
Stop to make sure the officer want you to go through

2. Which of the following hand-and-arm signal is correct for slowing or stopping?


Arm straight out the window
Arm out and down
Arm out and up
Circle motion

3. Outside of the cities of St. John’s and Corner Brook a “School Bus” with visual
signal operating, is taking on or discharging passengers. What does the law require you to
do when meeting the bus?
Drive thought at a reduced speed while within 30m of the bus
Increase speed and pass bus as quickly as possible
Does not matter provided you sound horn
Stop until the bus proceeds or the signal device is no longer operating

4. The shortest distance from a stop sign that a vehicle may be parked is:
5m
7m
10m
20m

5. When the traffic signal light facing you is red and you intend to go straight
through the intersection. What must you do?
Stop give pedestrians the right of way then proceed with caution
Stop proceed when the way is clear
Slow down proceed when the way is clear
Stop proceed only when the signal turn green and when the way is clear
127(6)(a)

6. When driving in heavy traffic on a highway divided in traffic lanes, you should:
Drive on the shoulder of the roadway to pass traffic
Keep pace with the other traffic and stay in your own lane
Weave from lane to lane
Sound your horn
121

7. You should under all condition drive at a speed which will allow you to stop:
Within 150m
Within the assured safe distance which you can see ahead
Within three car lengths
Within one car length
131

8. Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit on gravel highways, outside of
cities, towns, settlement and built-up distracts is:
50km/h
60km/h
80km/h
100km/h
131(2)(c)

9. What does the solid white lane marking on a highway mean?


Pass only when no traffic in sight
Pass only with extreme caution
Do not pass
Pass only during daylight hour

10. In what position on the roadway must you be before marking a left turn from a one-
way traffic street?
Close to the right-hand side of roadway
Close to the center line of the roadway
Close to the left side of the roadway
?
136(3)

11. Which of the following has the right-of-way over all others at an intersection when
the light is green?
Pedestrians crossing against the light
Pedestrians crossing with the light
Vehicles turning right
Vehicles turning left
127(2)(b)

12. When approaching an intersection and you notice the roadway beyond the
intersection is blocked with traffic, you should:
Keep as close as possible to the car ahead
Proceed slowly into the intersection until the traffic ahead move on
Stop before entering the intersection and wait until the traffic ahead move on
Sound horn to warn cars ahead to move on
13. If you are coming up behind a vehicle which you want to pass and another vehicle
is coming towards you, what you do?
Wait until the way ahead is clear and then pass
Speed up so that the approaching vehicle will slow down
Blow your horn so that the other vehicle will give you room to pass
Never pass another vehicle
119(1)

14. Must you deflect or depress the beam of your headlight when following another
vehicle at night?
Yes, at the distance of 150m
Yes, at the distance of 20m
Yes, at the distance of 75m
No, it is not necessary

15. It is more dangerous to drive at the maximum speed limit at night than during
daytime because:
You cannot see as far ahead at night
Your reaction time is slower at night
Some drivers prefer to drive with parking light only
The roadway are move apt to be sleepers at night

16. Most automobile skids are the result of:


Under inflated tires
Too much snow or ice on the road
Driving too fast
Over inflated tired

17. Under which of the following condition is the road likely to be most slippers?
After a has rained for several hours
A few minutes after it starts to rain or following a light drizzle
When center lane markings have just been painted
When the highway id new and first used by the public

18. On a highway where there is a sign with the words “ONE WAY” and an arrow, you
should:
Back your car in the opposition direction to the arrow
Proceed against the arrow on part of the highway between intersection
Drive only in the direction which the arrow points
Drive on the right-hand signal of the highway only
127(26)

19. A person whose privilege to operate motor vehicles is under suspension for
impaired driving:
Operate a motor vehicle in a case of extreme emergence
Operate only a farm tractor along a highway
Operate a motor vehicle when accompanied by a licenced driver
Not operate a motor vehicle under any condition
238(3)

20. If you are involved in a reportable accident, how soon must you make a report in
your nearest provincial or municipal police officer?
At once
Within 24 hours
Within 48 hours
Within 72 hours

21. Before leaving you car parked on a downgrade, you should:


Turn your front wheels to the right and set your parking brake
Turn you front wheels to the left and set your parking brake
Leave your wheel parallel to the curb and set your parking brake
Set your parking brake only
168(d)

22. What information or documents may a police officer require the driver of a motor
vehicle to produce?
If the driver has communed a violation ,name and address
Upon request the motor vehicle licence
If operating the motor vehicle a valid driver licence
All of the above
225 28 52(2)

23. A motor vehicle operated on a highway is required to have:


A muller in good working order
A horn in good working order
A speedometer in good working order
All of the above
Reg 12, 13.1, 19.1
24. When the title or interest in a registered motor vehicle changes, what does the
Registrar of Motor Vehicles require?
The transferor to notify the Registrar in writing
The transferee to notify the Registrar in writing
A notice of transfer within six days after transfer of ownership
All of the above
18

25. Except when passing, how many meters must be maintained between commercial
vehicle travelling in the same direction on the highway outside a city, town or village?
30m
125m
100m
150m
124(2)

1. If the signal light changes from green in amber as you approach an intersection,
what should you do?
Stop and back up past the crosswalk
Speed up to clear the intersection
Proceed with caution it stop cannot be made safely
Make a right turn
127(4)(a)

2. Which of the following hand and arm signals is correct for a left turn?
Arm straight out the window
Arm out and down
Arm out and up
Circle motion
135(4)

3. Which of the following head and arm signals is correct for a right turn?
Circle motion
Arm straight out the window
Arm out and down
Arm out and up
135 (1) (b)

4. A driver ready to make a left turn when the signal light turns green, should:
Turn quickly before the oncoming traffic acts in the way
Signal and slowly make the turn
Signal and turn only when oncoming traffic does not constitute a hazard
Turn from the lane closest to the right-hand sides of the roadway
127 (2) (a), 141

5. When travelling at less than the normal speed of other traffic, you should:
Signal other drivers to pass you
Keep well to the right hand side of the roadway
Keep well to the left-hand side of the roadway
Drive in the middle of the highway
120(2)

6. What does a flashing red traffic light mean?


Stop before entering the intersection and proceed when it is safe to do so
Come to a full stop only no another vehicle is in the intersection
Slow down and proceed with caution
Right turn traffic may proceed, all other traffic must stop

7. What must a driver do before entering a highway from a private road of driveway?
Yield right of way to all vehicle approaching on the highway
Sound horn and proceed with caution
Enter or cross the highway as quickly as possible
Give hand signal and then earn right of way
142

8. Under what condition is it unlawful to drive at an unreasonable low rate of speed?


It is never unlawful to drive too slow
When driving in the passing lane
When impeding on blocking the normal and reasonable movement of traffic
When driving on a one way street
142

9. Upon approaching a stop sign, what does the law require you to do before entering
an intersection?
Slow down, sound horn and proceed
Slow down, and if the way is clear proceed
Stop, sound horn then proceed
Stop, and when it is safe to do so, proceed
127 (1a)

10. Under which of the following conditions is it dangerous and unlawful to make a
“U” turn?
Upon a curve
Upon a hill where there is a clear view of less than 150 meters in either direction
Within an intersection
Under all of the above condition
137, 139 (1)
11. When two cars reach an uncontrolled intersection at approximately the same time
the right-of-way should be given to:
The one approaching from the left
The one approaching from the right
Neither one
The one moving fastest
140

12. When the speed limit is 50km/h but ice and snow make it dangerous to go faster
than 20km/h, you should drive:
As fast as the car ahead because you can stop as quickly as it can
At 20km/h or less because it is dangerous to go faster
At 50km/h because that is the posted speed limit
At 60 km/h because you are late for work

13. Except when you intend to overtake and pass another vehicle, or when you intend
to make a left turn, you should:
Always keep well to the right
Always keep well to left
Drive in the center of the roadway
Drive on the shoulder of the highway
115, 120

14. The registered owner is liable to the penalties provided for any violation of the
Highway Traffic Act. If the motor vehicle:
Was being operated while stolen
Was being operated while un-insured
Was parked illegally
Was being driven by a person with consent
229 (1)

15. How close to a fire hydrant may you legally park?


1m
2m
3m
4m
161 (d)

16. When a tire blows out of goes flat the safest thing to do is:
Drive on the shoulder and apply brakes
Maintain the same speed
Steer straight ahead
Remove foot from the gas pedal slow down gradually, get off roadway

17. If you become very fatigued while driving, you should:


Drink coffee or tea
Keep plenty of fresh air in the
Stop and rest
Drive more slowly

18. The best way to correct a rear wheel skid is:


Turn steering wheel first right and then left
Apply brakes as quickly as possible
Turn the steering wheel in the direction of the skid
Hold steering wheel with firm grip to keep wheel from turning

19. A person learning to drive a motor vehicle must be:


Seventeen years of age or over
Accompanied by a licenced driver seated in the front seat
Be in possession of a valid beginner’s licence
All of the above
58

20. Upon approaching a Yield sign, what does the law require you to do?
Slow down , stop if necessary and yield right of way to traffic in or approaching the
intersection
Stop, then enter traffic slowly
Stop, then enter traffic quickly
Speedup and force your way into traffic
156

21. What is immediately required of you as a driver, when involved in a motor vehicle
accident?
Notify your insurance company
Render all reasonable assistance to any injured person and give name and adress to
anyone sustaining injure or loss
Call the police
Fail to stop and remain at the scene
191

22. When driving outside a city, town or built-up area, what would you do when you
want to stop and park your vehicle?
Stop on the travelled part of the highway with left turn signal indicators flashing
Keep your foot on the brake pedal so the stop light will show
Drive off the travelled part or the highway onto the shoulder of the road
161

23. In what penalties is a driver liable who is convicted of driving while suspended?
A fine of $250-$500
Imprisonment for six months
An additional 9 months period of suspension of driving privilege
Any or all of the above
68.2 H T A

24. When a truck becomes disabled on the highway, flares of reflectors must be placed
approximately what distance ahead of and to the rear of the disabled vehicle?
15m
30m
50m
100m
186 (2) (a)

25. When used on a highway, the identification plates attached to a motor vehicle must
be:
Kept free from mud or dust so as to be easily read at all times
In the case of the rear plate illuminated after dark
Un-obstructed by any part of the vehicle or its load
Any or all of the above
31 and 30

1. After dark, drivers are required to use low beam headlights:


Upon the approach of another vehicle
Within 150m of the approach of another vehicle
Within 300m of the approach of another vehicle
This is a safety practice, not a low

2. You may not drive to the left the center line of a highway designed for one or more
lanes of traffic in each direction;
Within 50m of a level railway crossing
Within 30m of a bridge or tunnel where driver’s view obstructed
When approaching the crest of a grade or upon a curve where driver’s view is obstructed
Under any of the above conditions

3. The driver of a motor vehicle, other than commercial vehicle, must not follow
another vehicle closer than what distance?
A reasonable and prudent distance, having regard for speed other vehicles and
traffic condition
As close to the rear of the other vehicle as possible to make more room for other vehicles
following
Always pass the vehicle in front to avoid the dangers of following too closely
Does not matter, There is no penalty for driving too closely

4. What are the possible penalties for driving while intoxicated?


Imprisonment for seven days
A fine of $2,000.00
Driver’s licence suspended for four months
All of the above plus other penalties

5. Every accident must be reported to the police where there is personal injure or
when the damage exceeds:
$100
$250
$400
$1,000

6. When it is necessary to park on the travelled portion of a highway outside of an


urban distract. How far must approaching traffic be able to see your vehicle:
30m
60m
100m
150m

7. How soon after a licensed driver changes address should the Registrar of Motor
Vehicles be notified?
within 6 day
within 15 days
within 30 days
Any time prior to renewal of licence

8. A driver’s licence is not valid:


Until signed by the licencee
After the expiry date indicated on the licence
While the licencee is prohibited from driving under the Criminal Code of Canada
All of the above

9. When does the law require lights on vehicle to be turned on?


Between sunset and sunrise
Between dusk and dawn
Half an hour before sunset and half an hour after sunrise
No specified time

10. Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit allowed in cities, towns and
settlements is:
30km/h
50km/h
40km/h
60km/h

11. You are required to keep a safe distance behind the vehicle in front of you. At
80km/h you should keep at least:
Two car lengths behind vehicle in front
Three car lengths behind vehicle in front
Four car lengths behind vehicle in front
Five car lengths behind vehicle in front

12. Which of following conditions makes it dangerous and unlawful to operate a


vehicle on highway?
The driver’s view to the front and sides of the vehicle is obstructed by the number of
persons in the front seat
An ornament or decoration on the vehicle obstructs the driver’s vision or distracts his/her
attention
The load of the vehicle obstructs the driver’s view to the front or sides
All of the above

13. The shortest distance from a stop sign that a vehicle may be parked is:
5m
7m
10m
20m

14. You should under all condition drive at a speed which will allow you to stop:
Within 150m
Within the assured safe distance which you can see ahead
Within three car lengths
Within one car length

15. Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit on gravel highways, outside of
cities, towns, settlement and built-up distracts is:
50km/h
60km/h
80km/h
100km/h

16. Must you deflect or depress the beam of your headlight when following another
vehicle at night?
Yes, at the distance of 150m
Yes, at the distance of 20m
Yes, at the distance of 75m
No, it is not necessary

17. If you are involved in a reportable accident, how soon must you make a report in
your nearest provincial or municipal police officer?
At once
Within 24 hours
Within 48 hours
Within 72 hours

18. When the title or interest in a registered motor vehicle changes, what does the
Registrar of Motor Vehicles require?
The transferor to notify the Registrar in writing
The transferee to notify the Registrar in writing
A notice of transfer within six days after transfer of ownership
All of the above

19. Except when passing, how many meters must be maintained between commercial
vehicle travelling in the same direction on the highway outside a city, town or village?
30m
125m
100m
150m

20. Which of the following hand and arm signals is correct for a left turn?
Arm straight out the window
Arm out and down
Arm out and up
Circle motion

21. Under which of the following conditions is it dangerous and unlawful to make a
“U” turn?
Upon a curve
Upon a hill where there is a clear view of less than 150 meters in either direction
Within an intersection
Under all of the above condition

22. When the speed limit is 50km/h but ice and snow make it dangerous to go faster
than 20km/h, you should drive:
As fast as the car ahead because you can stop as quickly as it can
At 20km/h or less because it is dangerous to go faster
At 50km/h because that is the posted speed limit
At 60 km/h because you are late for work

23. How close to a fire hydrant may you legally park?


1m
2m
3m
4m

24. In what penalties is a driver liable who is convicted of driving while suspended?
A fine of $250-$500
Imprisonment for six months
An additional 9 months period of suspension of driving privilege
Any or all of the above

25. When a truck becomes disabled on the highway, flares of reflectors must be placed
approximately what distance ahead of and to the rear of the disabled vehicle?
15m
30m
50m
100m