Ontario Bus Driver Test 05

Taking the Ontario bus driver practice test is essential to becoming a professional bus driver. Designed to assess your knowledge of road safety rules, regulations, and driving protocols, the practice test provides you with valuable insight into what to expect during the licensing exam.


Ontario Bus Test 05

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When stopping to load or unload passengers, you should have a clear view of the road in each direction for at least...?

2 / 30

Which of the following are not standard emergency exits?

3 / 30

How do drivers know where the school-bus loading zones are?

4 / 30

While stopped at a railway crossing, what should the driver do before crossing the tracks?

5 / 30

During an electrical power loss and the traffic lights at intersections will not work, what should you do?

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If you are involved in a collision, but there are no injuries, which of the following is not a step you should do?

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Whose responsibility is it to ensure the safety of passengers?

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Is it required to exchange information with the driver of the other vehicle even if the damage was minimal?

9 / 30

What is not a typical unusual temporary conditions sign you would see?

10 / 30

What type of defect is it when the fire extinguisher is missing while carrying passengers?

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During an emergency exit, what should the driver do as the last person leaves the bus?

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Are all buses and school buses required to carry an adequate fire extinguisher?

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When the traffic light changes to yellow, what is the true meaning of this light?

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Are buses allowed to back up on school grounds?

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If you are in a non-designated location and have to back up, what should you do?

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When you're facing a flashing yellow light, what does it mean?

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Should you operate the flashing lights and stop arm within a school-bus loading zone?

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When should this evacuation practice take place?

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What is referred to as a traffic beacon?

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What does a flashing red beacon above an intersection or stop sign mean?

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Where should you hold your practice evacuation drills?

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What does a broken yellow line mean?

23 / 30

What is the final step in loading passengers?

24 / 30

What colour traffic light do the oncoming traffic face when you are facing a flashing green light or a left-pointing green arrow and a green light?

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Whose responsibility is it to set up a routine evacuation practice?

26 / 30

What is the typical shape of warning signs?

27 / 30

Before driving off, what should you do to ensure that no passengers are crossing in front of the school bus?

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What does a flashing yellow beacon above an intersection mean?

29 / 30

Some automatic transmission vehicles do not have a 'park' position. If this is the case, what should you do?

30 / 30

Is there any time you are allowed to make a left turn at a red light?

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