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Question 1
True or false: You can use your phone to send a text as long as you’re stopped at a red light.
True
False
Wrong. The correct answer is:
False
With the exception of calling emergency services, you must be pulled off the roadway and not impeding traffic, or be lawfully parked to use your hand-held device. Otherwise, you will be charged with distracted driving and face a minimum fine of $490 plus three demerit points upon conviction.
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Correct!
False
With the exception of calling emergency services, you must be pulled off the roadway and not impeding traffic, or be lawfully parked to use your hand-held device. Otherwise, you will be charged with distracted driving and face a minimum fine of $490 plus three demerit points upon conviction.
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Question 2
True or false: Novice drivers can lose their licence if they text and drive.
True
False
Correct!
True
If convicted of distracted driving, novice drivers (those with G1, G2, M1 and M2 licences) will be subject to escalating sanctions, including licence suspension and licence cancellation.
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Wrong. The correct answer is:
True
If convicted of distracted driving, novice drivers (those with G1, G2, M1 and M2 licences) will be subject to escalating sanctions, including licence suspension and licence cancellation.
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Question 3
When passing a cyclist on the street, motorists must keep at least        away.
A. Two feet
B. One metre
C. It doesn’t matter, as long as you’re in another lane
D. Never pass a cyclist in the same lane
Correct!
B. One metre
The law requires motorists to keep a minimum distance of one metre (where possible) when passing cyclists. There is a $110 fine for non-compliance.
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Wrong. The correct answer is:
B. One metre
The law requires motorists to keep a minimum distance of one metre (where possible) when passing cyclists. There is a $110 fine for non-compliance.
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Question 4
Which vehicle do you need to slow down and move over for when it’s pulled over with its emergency lights flashing?
A. Police
B. Ambulances and fire trucks
C. Tow trucks
D. All of the above
Correct!
D. All of the above
When a tow truck or emergency vehicle is stopped on the side of the road with its emergency lights flashing, drivers in the lane next to it must slow down, where possible, and change lanes if it’s safe to do so. The minimum fine for not complying is $490 plus three demerit points upon conviction.
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Wrong. The correct answer is:
D. All of the above
When a tow truck or emergency vehicle is stopped on the side of the road with its emergency lights flashing, drivers in the lane next to it must slow down, where possible, and change lanes if it’s safe to do so. The minimum fine for not complying is $490 plus three demerit points upon conviction.
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Question 5
True or false: Drivers and cyclists must wait for pedestrians and school crossing guards to cross the entire roadway at school crossings and pedestrian crossovers.
True
False
Correct!
True
The rule does not apply at stop signs or traffic signals unless a crossing guard is present. Drivers and cyclists face a fine of $150 to $500. Drivers may also face three demerit points.
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Wrong. The correct answer is:
True
The rule does not apply at stop signs or traffic signals unless a crossing guard is present. Drivers and cyclists face a fine of $150 to $500. Drivers may also face three demerit points.
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Question 6
How many drinks are you legally allowed before driving a vehicle?
A. One
B. Two
C. Depends on the type of alcohol
D. None of the above
Correct!
D. None of the above
The level of alcohol in your body is measured by your blood alcohol concentration (BAC). There is no way to guess your BAC once you’ve started drinking. In Ontario, a BAC of 0.05 and over will have consequences, and drivers 21 and under caught with a concentration above zero will face an immediate 24-hour licence suspension.
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Wrong. The correct answer is:
D. None of the above
The level of alcohol in your body is measured by your blood alcohol concentration (BAC). There is no way to guess your BAC once you’ve started drinking. In Ontario, a BAC of 0.05 and over will have consequences, and drivers 21 and under caught with a concentration above zero will face an immediate 24-hour licence suspension.
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