Pedestrians and bicycles.
Vehicles towing a trailer.
Speed up to get through as quickly as possible.
Slow down to let your eyes adjust to the lower light levels.
Keep your sunglasses on, as taking them off may take your attention away from driving.
Just keep driving as you were before.
Driver's licence and proof of insurance.
Driver's licence and vehicle registration.
Driver's licence, proof of insurance and vehicle registration.
Never a problem; there is not that much alcohol in one glass of beer.
OK, if you have a cup of coffee as well.
Illegal for those who have a Learner's Licence or probationary Class 5 Licence.
OK, if you have eaten a large meal.
Is not permitted to drive from midnight to 5 AM.
Can have no more passengers than seat belts.
Must have a zero alcohol level.
Will be suspended at 8 or more demerit points.
Police patrol vehicles.
Snow removal vehicles.
Ambulances and fire trucks.
More drivers under the influence of alcohol.
Roads made narrow by the accumulation of snow and ice.
Sudden changes in speed or direction.
Vehicles in poor mechanical condition.
That you may not make a left lane change.
It is separating traffic traveling in opposite directions.
Passing is permitted.
None of the above.
Slow down slightly to increase the space in front of your car, allowing you extra space to stop more gradually if you need to.
Move into another lane.
Pull over to let the tailgater pass.
Any of the above.
Pull over to the far right and walk to the next exit.
Put on your emergency flashers, pull over to the far right and walk to the next exit.
Signal, pull over to the far right, stay near your vehicle in a safe place and raise the hood.
Stop whenever you are and go for help.
You cannot stop within the distance that you can see.
Your headlights may become overworked and thus stop working at all.
You may blind oncoming drivers.
You won't be able to see if it becomes foggy.
When approaching vehicles are too close.
When a solid yellow line is on your side of the centre line.
When a sign indicates a no-passing zone.
All of the above.
Stop 3 metres back from the intersecting roadway.
Slow down and proceed with caution.
Stop just before you enter the intersection.
Stop only if pedestrians are waiting to cross.
6 metres from the nearest rail.
5 metres from the nearest rail.
10 metres from the nearest rail.
3 metres from the nearest rail.
They are more likely to be severely injured in a crash with a car than car drivers or passengers.
They are not required to follow the rules of the road.
They are more often at fault when crashes occur.
They are slower.
Between 10 PM and 6 AM.
Between one hour after sunset and one hour before sunrise the next morning.
Between midnight and 5 AM.
Between sunset and sunrise the next morning.
A 3-point turn.
A 2-point turn.
A right turn.
Be 16 years of age or older.
Pass the standard Alberta road test.
Have held a Learner's Licence (Class 7) for at least one year.
All of the above.
While driving on the right side of the road.
In all circumstances.
While on your side of a divided median.
Make sure you don't use it too soon, or other drivers may become confused as to where you are turning.
Make sure it is turned off after your turn or lane change is complete.
Make sure you use it in time to give other drivers a warning that you are going to turn.
All of the above.
Take your time -- the vehicle may be long and you don't want to speed.
Pass as quickly as you can.
Make sure you have enough space; you do not want to get stuck in that vehicle's blind spot.
B and C are correct.