Ontario Truck Driver Test 04

If you’re looking to obtain your Ontario Truck driver’s licence, it’s essential to be well prepared for the test. One of the best ways to ensure success is by taking the practice test. The practice test is designed to give you a preview of the actual exam and help you identify areas where you may need improvement. It includes questions on a range of topics, such as road safety, traffic signs and signals, vehicle inspection, and driving techniques. Additionally, the practice test provides you with valuable feedback on your performance, which can guide your studying and help you feel more confident going into the real exam. Remember that passing the Ontario Truck driver’s licence test is a significant step towards a rewarding and challenging career in the trucking industry. With dedication and preparation, you can pass the exam and take your first steps towards a successful career as a qualified commercial truck driver.


Ontario Truck Driver Test 04

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How many demerit points would you receive for not stopping for a stopped school bus?

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What should you do if when unable to keep to traffic speed?

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How long would it take for a train to stop under full emergency braking?

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Which statement is false? The legal stopping positions are...

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Since all school buses must stop are railway crossings, which lights do they not use to communicate they are stopped?

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Driving around a curve to the right requires keeping the front wheels close to the left side of the lane to avoid what from happening?

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Before backing up anywhere, which of the following is not a precaution to be made?

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What is not a step you should do prior to crossing the railway tracks?

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Speed limiters will apply to vehicles that were manufactured in 1995 or newer with a manufacturer's gross vehicle weight rating (MGVWR) of how many kilograms?

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Drivers who don't follow the stopping requirements at a school crossing may receive a substantial fine and get how many demerit points?

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Where a school-crossing guard displays a red and white stop sign, you must stop before reaching the crossing and remain stopped until...

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While stopping at railways crossings, how far from the nearest rail or gate should you stop?

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When driving around a curve to the left, why should you keep the front wheels close to the right edge of the pavement?

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When approaching a stopped school bus with it's upper lights flashing, how far behind the bus must you stop?

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If you are on a road with a median strip and are approaching a stopped school bus with it's upper lights flashing, when must you stop?

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To avoid stopping in the middle of railway tracks, what should you do?

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Which statement is false? Why should you never use your left-turn signals to tell following motorists it is safe to pass?

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When being passed while driving a larger commercial vehicle, what can be done to help a smaller vehicle pass safely?

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Which vehicles are required to stop at railway crossings that are not protected by gates, signal lights or a stop sign?

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Which of the following is not a step while backing up straight?

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What is referred to as off-track?

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When performing an alley dock, backing from which side is recommended?

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Why is it recommended to use a guide to help with backing?

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The speed-limiting system of these commercial motor vehicles shall be properly set to no more than how many km/h?

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When using a guide to assist with backing up, where should they stand?

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When stopped for a school bus when their upper lights are flashing, how long do you stop for?

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If you are driving a tractor-trailer on a narrow street, what will you need to do to get your vehicle around the corner without the rear wheels of your unit going up on the curb on a right turn?

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What causes a larger off-track?

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Commercial motor vehicles must maintain a minimum distance of at least how far between themselves and other vehicles when on a highway at a speed exceeding 60 km/h?

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At pedestrian crossovers, when are drivers allowed to proceed?

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