Ontario Truck Driver Test 05

Are you preparing to take the Ontario Truck driver’s licence practice test? As a guide, We would highly recommend taking advantage of the resources available to ensure a successful outcome. Firstly, visit the official Ontario government website, where you can find the Ministry of Transportation’s Commercial Driver Handbook. This comprehensive guide covers all aspects of truck driving, including vehicle inspections, driving techniques, and road safety. Once you have studied the handbook thoroughly, take advantage of the many practice tests available online. These tests simulate the actual test conditions, enabling you to identify areas of weakness and gain confidence ahead of the actual test. Remember, the Ontario Truck driver’s licence practice test is designed to test your knowledge and ensure the highest standards of safety on our roads. By studying hard and practising diligently, you will be well on your way to success.

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Ontario Truck Driver Test 05

1 / 30

If you must drive through a flooded stretch of road, test your brakes afterwards to dry them out by driving at what speed?

2 / 30

When passing a cyclist, as a best practice, allow at least how much distance between your vehicle and the cyclist?

3 / 30

What type of vehicle is threshold braking typically used with?

4 / 30

When a bus in a bus bay begins flashing its left-turn signals, indicating that it is ready to leave the bus bay, and you are approaching in the lane adjacent to the bus bay, what should you do?

5 / 30

Which statement is false? Black ice will generally form...

6 / 30

Are you allowed to enter or cross a bike lane to turn right at a corner or driveway?

7 / 30

If you are caught driving in fog, which of the following is not a safety tip?

8 / 30

At an intersection without signs or lights, you must yield the right- of-way to...

9 / 30

Which statement is false? Other than road conditions, what causes skids?

10 / 30

Driving on country roads at night, when should you switch to low beam headlights?

11 / 30

Which of the following is not a safety tip for driving in snow?

12 / 30

If you are in a roundabout when an emergency vehicle approaches, what should you do?

13 / 30

What is referred to as hydroplaning?

14 / 30

When driving at night on a dark road, what can mislead you thinking you can see further ahead than you actually can?

15 / 30

Which of the following is not a warning sign that your drowsiness is serious enough to place you at risk?

16 / 30

Use your low-beam headlights when you are within how many metres when following a vehicle?

17 / 30

How would you recognize a snow-removal vehicle from a distance within 150 metres?

18 / 30

What is referred to as over-driving your headlights?

19 / 30

What is the problem of driving in a large puddle?

20 / 30

How are the anti-lock braking system (ABS) designed to work?

21 / 30

Why should you not sound your horn unnecessarily when you are overtaking a cyclist?

22 / 30

Many roundabouts are also designed with a central apron, a raised section of pavement around the central island. Are larger vehicles allowed to drive on this?

23 / 30

Does ABS allow the vehicle to stop quicker?

24 / 30

Persons operating mobility devices (motorized wheelchair and medical scooters) should be treated the same way as...

25 / 30

If parked on the side of the road, what should you do before opening your door?

26 / 30

Most tractors, combines and other farm vehicles have a maximum speed of...

27 / 30

When meeting oncoming vehicles with bright headlights at night, what should you do to reduce the impact of glare?

28 / 30

Which of the following is not an example of a bus bay that you would be passing?

29 / 30

Use your low-beam headlights when you are within how many metres of an oncoming vehicle?

30 / 30

Studies have shown that collisions involving drowsiness tend to occur at what time of the day?

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