Ontario CVOR Test 03

Taking the Ontario CVOR practice test is a crucial step towards passing the official exam with flying colors. The practice test is designed to give drivers a better understanding of the test format, question type, and level of difficulty. By attempting the practice test, drivers can gauge their level of preparedness for the actual exam, which can boost their confidence and alleviate anxiety.

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Ontario CVOR Test 03

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When will plates and permits be reissued for the vehicle?

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What will the operator be charged with?

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How many critical defects would need to be found on a bus, truck or trailer, for an officer to remove the plates and inspection stickers from the specific vehicle unit?

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When an operator calculates the total number of commercial motor vehicles operated in Ontario under the operator's CVOR certificate, what is not included?

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What happens to commercial vehicles that are abandoned at impound facilities?

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Where buses are impounded, what happens to the passengers?

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What must the vehicle obtain certifying it as safe before it can be operated in Ontario?

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Where are inspections for critical defects and impoundment carried out?

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A third or subsequent impoundment within the same time period will result in how long of an impoundment?

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Which statement is false? A collision is considered to have 'impropriety' when...

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Who is the only party who can appeal the impoundment?

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When an operator calculates the total number of commercial motor vehicles operated in Ontario under the operator's CVOR certificate, what is excluded?

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When a vehicle has to be impounded, what happens to the load?

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When will the owner be reimbursed by the Crown for the cost of towing and impound fees?

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A second impoundment within the same time period will result in how long of an impoundment?

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Critically defective commercial vehicles are impounded for a minimum of...

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During the appeal, where does the owner apply to have the vehicle released from the impound facility after all fees and towing charges have been paid and security has been posted?

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An appeal may be made on one of two grounds, if the vehicle was stolen and...

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When an operator's overall violation rate exceeds 1 (100 percent), it is said to be...

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The impoundment period is 15 days for the first incident within how long?

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This transfer of loads and loss of perishable cargo is the responsibility of whom?

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What happens when a vehicle is found to have critical defects?

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An appeal may be made to whom?

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What happens to vehicles that cannot be made safe for towing?

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What happens after the vehicle has been impounded the minimum period of time?

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If the Order to Impound and Suspend is not overturned, what happens?

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Would a vehicle found with a critical defect be in far worse condition than a vehicle that just meets the out-of-service criteria?

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Which vehicles can't be impounded under the Commercial Vehicle Impoundment Program?

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When would the fees charged for towing, floating, storage of vehicles and goods, and the transfer of loads be higher than originally established in contracts between MTO and impound facilities?

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Which statement is false? After the vehicle is inspected and found to have critical defects, the following get charged?

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