Driving Test (Sample Questions)

        - Driving Test Number 1

        - Driving Test Number 2

        - Driving Test Number 3



Driving Test Number 1

Instructions:

1. Attempt all questions.
2. If question provides radio button choices you can select only one answer.
3. If question provides check boxes you must select two answers.
4. If question is true or false, you can select only one answer.

1. Why should prospective drivers take driver education?
      A for reduced insurance premiums
      B to be able to pass the driver's test
      C to gain your parents' confidence
      D to acquire the attitudes, knowledge, and skills of safe driving
          Unanswered


2. What impact does the automobile industry have on Canadian society?
      A allows greater access to mobility and transportation
      B creates a diverse range of employment
      C allows a greater range of urban and industrial development
      D all of the above
          Unanswered


3. What is the main purpose of traffic laws?
      A to correct poor driving habits
      B to provide revenue for the government
      C to regulate traffic movement and prevent accidents
      D to check the physical condition of a vehicle
          Unanswered


4. What is the purpose of the provincial driver's handbook?
      A to provide signs and regulations for the province you are driving in
      B to provide the information necessary to write your learner's test
      C to identify traffic signs and symbols
      D all of the above
          Unanswered


5. Traffic laws are made and enforced by:
      A municipal government
      B provincial government
      C federal government
      D all of the above
          Unanswered


6. The probationary driver system has tougher rules than the regular demerit point system.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


7. A driver's licence
      A shows financial responsibility
      B indicates a person's right to drive a motor vehicle
      C indicates a person's priviledge to drive a motor vehicle
      D indicates vehicle ownership
          Unanswered


8. In cities, towns, villages, and built-up areas, the speed limit is usually _______ km/h unless otherwise signed.
      A 30
      B 50
      C 70
      D 90
          Unanswered


9. The law requires you to signal:
      A when there is other traffic around your vehicle
      B whenever you intend to alter the direction or movement of your car
      C to alert pedestrians of your intensions
      D to avoid a traffic violation
          Unanswered


10. When two vehicles reach an uncontrolled intersection at the same time, the right-of-way should be given to:
      A the vehicle approaching from the left
      B the vehicle apporaching from the right
      C neither one
      D the faster moving vehicle
          Unanswered


11. A flashing green light at an intersection where turns to the left and right are permotted means:
      A you may turn to the left if the way is clear
      B you may turn to the right if the way is clear
      C you may proceed straight through if the way is clear
      D you may do any of the above
          Unanswered


12. Match the colors with the message - choose two
      A red, warn
      B green, permit
      C amber/yellow, warn
      D amber/yellow, stop
          Unanswered


13. Responsible driving is a matter of
      A driving according to the situation
      B driving courteously
      C driving skillfully and safely
      D all of the above
          Unanswered


14. Which of the following has the greater share of the roadway
      A bicyclists
      B motorists
      C motorcyclists
      D all of the above have equal share
          Unanswered


15. To which group does the highest percentage of deaths and injuries occur from traffic accidents?
      A 45-54
      B 16-24
      C 35-45
      D 25-34
          Unanswered


16. Most driving accidents are due to mechanical failure of the car.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


17. Teenage drivers are statistically more likely to have an accident than older drivers.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


18. You can't get a criminal record for a driving offence.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


19. Passengers do not need to worry about the driver and road conditions.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


20. Almost half of the drivers killed on the road have been drinking.
    True
    False
    Unanswered


21. Before driving any car it is your responsibility to determine that you are protected by insurance. Which of the following is the most important?
      A Public Liability and Property Damage
      B Medical
      C Collision
      D Comprehensive
          Unanswered