Ultimate Drivers Test

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Ultimate Drivers Test - Quiz

Whether you’re looking to get your license or you already have one and want to prove why, this quiz will act as the perfect test for your driving knowledge. Do you have what it takes to get behind the wheel?


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Broken White Lines...

    • A.

      Broken White Lines Along A High-way Indicate That Passing Is NOT Permitted On Your Side Of The Median.

    • B.

      Indicates That You Must Not Drive Within 150 meters Of The Car Ahead.

    • C.

      Broken Lines Indicate A Sign Ahead Of You. And It Requirres You To Signal.

    • D.

      Broken White Lines Along A High-way Indicate That Lane Changing Is Permitted

    • E.

      Ignor Them They Mean Nothing, Otherwise Posted

    Correct Answer
    D. Broken White Lines Along A High-way Indicate That Lane Changing Is Permitted
    Explanation
    Solid And Broken Lines Are Importaunt In The Driving World.

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  • 2. 

    Pavement Markings Serve A Variety Of Functions NOT Including...

    • A.

      Word Or Symbol Messages

    • B.

      Passing Zones, Stop Lines

    • C.

      Trees And Parks Ahead

    • D.

      Parking Areas, Passing Zones, Separation of opposing traffic follows

    • E.

      Pedestrian Crosswalks

    Correct Answer
    C. Trees And Parks Ahead
    Explanation
    Pavement markings serve several functions, such as providing word or symbol messages, indicating passing zones and stop lines, marking parking areas and pedestrian crosswalks, and separating opposing traffic. However, they do not serve the purpose of indicating the presence of trees and parks ahead.

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  • 3. 

    What Does This Sign Indicate you to realize? 

    • A.

      Animal Crossing Ahead

    • B.

      Pedestrian Crossing Ahead

    • C.

      RailRoad Crossing Near

    • D.

      Drive Slow Make A Right Turn

    • E.

      Lights Ahead Of You

    Correct Answer
    B. Pedestrian Crossing Ahead
    Explanation
    The correct answer indicates that there is a pedestrian crossing ahead. This sign is used to alert drivers to be cautious and prepared to yield to pedestrians who may be crossing the road. It is important for drivers to slow down and be aware of their surroundings in order to ensure the safety of pedestrians.

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  • 4. 

    Your Driving... And You Come To A Dead End Sign What Does It Look Like?

    • A.

      Red And Orange Checkered

    • B.

      Black Dianmond

    • C.

      Yellow And Black Checkered

    • D.

      Blue And White Stripped

    • E.

      Pedestrian Crossing With Arrows on both sides.

    Correct Answer
    C. Yellow And Black Checkered
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Yellow And Black Checkered. A dead end sign typically consists of a yellow background with a black border and a black diagonal line running from the top left to the bottom right, creating a checkered pattern. This sign indicates that the road ahead is a dead end and there is no through traffic allowed. It serves as a warning to drivers that they should turn around and find an alternative route.

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  • 5. 

    Diamond Markings On The Road Indicate

    • A.

      RailRoad Crossing

    • B.

      It Means, It Is Reserved Between Hours For Specail Veicles

    • C.

      Stop And Procced With Extrem Caution

    • D.

      Pedestrian's Cross-Walk Is Ahead

    • E.

      Non Of The Above

    Correct Answer
    B. It Means, It Is Reserved Between Hours For Specail Veicles
    Explanation
    The diamond markings on the road indicate that the area is reserved for special vehicles during certain hours. This means that only specific vehicles are allowed to use this area during specific times, and other vehicles should avoid entering it during those hours.

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  • 6. 

    Do Not Pass-Over...

    • A.

      Pedestrian Crossing with stopping

    • B.

      Painted Island

    • C.

      Broken Yellow And White Lines On The Road

    • D.

      Green Flashing Light

    • E.

      Red Flashing Lights at night.

    Correct Answer
    B. Painted Island
    Explanation
    A painted island is a designated area on the road that is marked with painted lines and is typically used to separate traffic or provide a safe space for pedestrians. In this context, the painted island serves as a visual indicator for drivers to be cautious and aware of pedestrians crossing the road. It is important for drivers to stop and yield to pedestrians when they see a painted island, ensuring the safety of both pedestrians and drivers.

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  • 7. 

    Do Not Pass With In -______________- Of An Operating Emergency Veicle.

    Correct Answer
    150 METERS
    150 meters
    One Hundred Fifty Meters
    One Fifty Meters
    Meters 150
  • 8. 

    Cross Walk Lines Mark The...

    • A.

      Mirror Checking Permitted

    • B.

      Off-Leash Dog Park

    • C.

      Stop Signs Ahead

    • D.

      CrossWalk For A Pedestrian

    • E.

      Flashing Green Lights Drive With Caution

    Correct Answer
    D. CrossWalk For A Pedestrian
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "CrossWalk For A Pedestrian" because crosswalk lines are typically painted on the road to indicate a designated area for pedestrians to safely cross the street. These lines help alert drivers to the presence of pedestrians and remind them to yield or stop to allow pedestrians to cross.

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  • 9. 

    If Something Damaged owned by the city and damages exceed -__________- {$} you must report it.

    Correct Answer
    1000
    1,000
    One Thousand
    1000$
    Onethousand $
    Explanation
    If Something Damaged owned by the city and damages exceed $1000, you must report it.

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  • 10. 

    Whats A Situation in which you lost 2 dimerits for that could really happen in real life.

    • A.

      Driving Over The Influance Having A Class (7) Graguateed Drivers License

    • B.

      Driving 5am to midnight

    • C.

      Having More Passengers Then Seatbelts

    • D.

      All Of The Above

    • E.

      Non Of The Above

    Correct Answer
    D. All Of The Above
    Explanation
    All of the above situations can result in the loss of 2 demerit points in real life. Driving under the influence is a serious offense that can lead to accidents and endanger lives, resulting in the loss of demerit points. Having a class 7 graduated driver's license means that there are certain restrictions on driving hours, and violating these restrictions can lead to demerit points being deducted. Similarly, having more passengers than seatbelts is a violation of safety regulations and can result in the loss of demerit points. Therefore, all of these situations can realistically happen and result in the loss of 2 demerit points.

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  • 11. 

    When Driving In A School Zone While Hours Are In Effect Whats The Max Speed Requirred. BY LAW

    • A.

      100 /km

    • B.

      50 /km

    • C.

      30 /km

    • D.

      20 /km

    • E.

      10 /km

    Correct Answer
    C. 30 /km
    Explanation
    In a school zone, the maximum speed required by law is 30 km/h. This is because school zones are designated areas near schools where children may be crossing the road or walking to and from school. To ensure the safety of these children, drivers are required to reduce their speed to 30 km/h while driving in a school zone during school hours. This lower speed limit allows drivers to have more time to react to any potential hazards and decreases the likelihood of accidents occurring.

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  • 12. 

    When You Get Tired Of Driving Which Of The Following Is Best To Do In That Situation.

    • A.

      Turn Up The Sterio

    • B.

      Open A Window Let Some Nice Fresh Air In

    • C.

      Keep Driving Its Ok

    • D.

      Stop For A Rest

    • E.

      Both D and C

    Correct Answer
    D. Stop For A Rest
    Explanation
    When you get tired of driving, the best thing to do in that situation is to stop for a rest. Continuing to drive while tired can be dangerous as it increases the risk of accidents due to decreased alertness and slower reaction times. Taking a break and resting allows you to regain your energy and focus, ensuring a safer and more enjoyable driving experience.

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  • 13. 

    When Driving In Heavy Fog You Should Use...

    • A.

      High Beams

    • B.

      Low Beams

    • C.

      Accelerate

    • D.

      Speed Up

    • E.

      All Of The Above and sound horn

    Correct Answer
    B. Low Beams
    Explanation
    When driving in heavy fog, it is recommended to use low beams. This is because low beams provide a shorter range of light, which helps to reduce glare and improve visibility in foggy conditions. High beams, on the other hand, can reflect off the fog and create a "white wall" effect, making it even more difficult to see. Accelerating or speeding up in heavy fog is dangerous as it reduces reaction time and increases the risk of accidents. Sounding the horn may not be necessary unless there is an emergency situation.

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  • 14. 

    When is it legal to do a u-turn outside urban areas?

    • A.

      During day time

    • B.

      On a curve

    • C.

      Never

    • D.

      When you can do it safely and without interfering with other traffic

    • E.

      C and A

    Correct Answer
    D. When you can do it safely and without interfering with other traffic
    Explanation
    It is legal to do a u-turn outside urban areas when you can do it safely and without interfering with other traffic. This means that if there is enough visibility and no oncoming traffic or pedestrians, it is permissible to make a u-turn. However, it is important to exercise caution and ensure that it can be done safely without causing any disruptions to other vehicles on the road.

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  • 15. 

    Road test failures may result from:

    • A.

      Unsafe actions

    • B.

      Any or all of the other answers mentioned

    • C.

      Difficulty obeying traffic laws

    • D.

      Non Listed

    • E.

      Lack of skill and control

    Correct Answer
    B. Any or all of the other answers mentioned
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "any or all of the other answers mentioned." This means that road test failures can be a result of any combination of unsafe actions, difficulty obeying traffic laws, lack of skill and control, or other reasons that are not listed. It suggests that there is no one specific cause for road test failures, but rather a variety of factors that can contribute to them.

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  • 16. 

    A person who applies for, or renew a class 1, 2 or 4 operator's licence must also submit a complete medical report. This is required

    • A.

      Every year after age 65

    • B.

      Non Of These

    • C.

      All of the available selections

    • D.

      Every two years from age 45 to 65

    • E.

      Every five years to age 45

    Correct Answer
    C. All of the available selections
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "all of the available selections." This means that regardless of the person's age, whether they are applying for or renewing a class 1, 2, or 4 operator's license, they must submit a complete medical report. This requirement applies every year after age 65, every two years from age 45 to 65, and every five years up to age 45.

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  • 17. 

    The vehicle for your road test must be in acceptable working condition and must have

    • A.

      Signal lights

    • B.

      Spare tire

    • C.

      Heater

    • D.

      Only C and E

    • E.

      Rear seats

    Correct Answer
    A. Signal lights
    Explanation
    The vehicle for your road test must have signal lights. This is important for ensuring the safety of yourself and other drivers on the road. Signal lights are used to indicate your intentions, such as turning or changing lanes, to other drivers. Without signal lights, it would be difficult for other drivers to anticipate your actions, potentially leading to accidents or confusion on the road. Therefore, it is necessary for the vehicle to have signal lights in order to pass the road test.

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  • 18. 

    Vehicles facing a flashing green light may:

    • A.

      Proceed straight through, turn left or turn right, yield to pedestrians and other vehicles in the intersection

    • B.

      Must stop for 3 seconds

    • C.

      Turn Left

    • D.

      Turn Right

    • E.

      All Of The Above

    Correct Answer
    A. Proceed straight through, turn left or turn right, yield to pedestrians and other vehicles in the intersection
    Explanation
    Vehicles facing a flashing green light may proceed straight through, turn left or turn right, but they must yield to pedestrians and other vehicles in the intersection. This means that they have the right of way, but they must still exercise caution and give priority to others who are already in the intersection. This allows for a safe and efficient flow of traffic while ensuring the safety of pedestrians and other drivers.

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  • 19. 

    When moving from one lane to another, you must:

    • A.

      Make sure changing the lane is allowed

    • B.

      Check for traffic by using your rear-view mirror and outside mirrors

    • C.

      Check your blind spot and turn on the proper turn signal

    • D.

      Signal

    • E.

      All of the available selections

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the available selections
    Explanation
    When moving from one lane to another, it is important to ensure that changing the lane is allowed. This can be done by checking for any signs or markings that indicate lane changes are permitted. Additionally, it is crucial to check for traffic by using both the rear-view mirror and the outside mirrors. This helps to ensure that there are no vehicles approaching from behind or from the side. Furthermore, checking the blind spot is necessary as it is an area that cannot be seen in the mirrors. Finally, it is important to turn on the proper turn signal to indicate to other drivers your intention to change lanes. Therefore, all of the available selections are necessary steps to take when moving from one lane to another.

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  • 20. 

    Anyone found guilty of driving with a blood alcohol level over .08/80 mg for the first time will be disqualified from driving and their licence will be suspended for:

    Correct Answer
    12 month/s from the date of the finding of the guilt
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 12 months from the date of the finding of guilt. This means that if someone is found guilty of driving with a blood alcohol level over .08/80 mg for the first time, their license will be suspended for a period of 12 months starting from the date when the guilt was determined.

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  • 21. 

    Yellow lines

    • A.

      Separate traffic travelling in opposite directions

    • B.

      Indicate that lane changing is permitted

    • C.

      Separate traffic travelling in the same direction

    • D.

      Indicate construction zones

    • E.

      All Of The Above Answers

    Correct Answer
    A. Separate traffic travelling in opposite directions
    Explanation
    Yellow lines on the road are used to separate traffic travelling in opposite directions. They are commonly seen in the middle of a two-way road, indicating that vehicles on either side should stay in their respective lanes and not cross over into oncoming traffic. This helps to maintain order and safety on the road by preventing head-on collisions and ensuring that vehicles are traveling in the correct direction.

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