30 g1 test questions and answers pdf free

  G1 test questions and answers PDF

To get a driving license in Canada, Ontario, you have to clear the G1 written test. We bring G1 test question and answers PDF. As you know, G1 test is the first important test the traffic signs and rules of the road in the StateYou must pass just this one written test in order to graduate. In-car road tests make up the final two tests.

 

30 g1 test questions and answers pdf free
30 g1 test questions and answers pdf free

How Many Questions Are On The G1 Test?

The G1 exam consists of 40 multiple-choice questions and you have to attempt these questions within 30 minutes. There are two types of questions: the law of the road (20 questions) and road signs (20 questions)

To pass the written knowledge test, you must properly answer at least 16 questions in each segment. You must get a minimum overall score of 80%.

 These are the most repeated question g1  test remember all Answer

G1 practice test question 

1. Out of the following, which 3 are causes of skids?

  1. Hard braking
  2. driving too slowly
  3. Accelerating too quickly
  4. driving too fast

1. Hard braking

2.In order to drive in Ontario, if you live in Ontario, you must have a valid license and be ______.

  1. 16
  2. 13
  3. 15
  4. 14

1. 16

3. Before entering an intersection, what are you legally obligated to do?

1.  Stop, sound horn, then proceed
2.  Stop, and when it is safe to do so, proceed
3.  Slow down and if way is clear, proceed
4.  Slow down, sound horn and proceed

2. Stop, and when it is safe to do so, proceed

4.What should you do before entering a freeway?


1.  Stop on the acceleration lane, wait for an opening, and then enter the freeway rapidly
2. Signal and increase your speed to merge smoothly with traffic
3. Slow down, and then enter freeway at a sharp angle
4. Drive slowly and be prepared to stop for freeway traffic

2. Signal and increase your speed to merge smoothly with traffic

 

5. What should you do if your vehicle breaks down on a 400-series highway?


1.  Blow your horn for help
2. Get out and try to wave highway traffic around your vehicle
3.  Get out and walk to get help
4. Pull over, activate your emergency flashers and wait for help

4. Pull over, activate your emergency flashers and wait for help


6.What are you prohibited from carrying in a house or boat trailer?

1. Persons
2. Pets
3. Flammable materials
4. Firearms 

1. Persons

7. If damages or injuries exceed ______, you are legally obligated to report a collision to the police.

1. $5000
2. $200
3. $2000
4. $100

3. $2000


8. What is indicated by a flashing blue light on a motor vehicle?

1.  Snow removal equipment.
2. An ambulance
3. A motor vehicle carrying explosives
4. A police emergency vehicle

1. Snow removal equipment


9. How close can you park to a fire hydrant?

1.3m
2.6m 
3.4.5m
4.1.5m

1. 3 m


10. What does threshold braking mean?

1. You pump the brakes several times
2. You use all the braking force available without locking the wheels
3.  You are braking dangerously.
4. You brake hard and stay on the brakes until the vehicle stops

2. You use all the braking force available without locking the wheels

G1 test questions and answers PDF free


11. At what times must a driver accompany you in the front passenger seat if you are driving with a learner's license?

1.  On high speed highways
2. At peak traffic times
3. During the hours of darkness
4. At all times

4. At all times


12. What are you legally obligated to do if you are on a two-way street and hear an emergency vehicle's siren?

1. Continue at same speed
2. Pull as far as possible to the right and stop
3. Speed up and get out of the way
4. Signal the driver to pass

2. Pull as far as possible to the right and stop

13. In which 3 situation should you avoid using cruise control?

1. On winding roads
2. On wet, slippery, snowy or icy surfaces
3. Under ideal highway driving conditions
4. In urban traffic

1. On winding roads


14. At what point do you have to change to low beam headlights when your lights are required to be on?

1. Within 300m of an oncoming vehicle
2. There is no set requirement
3. Within 150 meters of an oncoming vehicle
4. Within 1 KM of an oncoming vehicle

3. Within 150 metres of an oncoming vehicle


15. How quickly are you obligated to report an accident to the police?

1. Within 72 hours
2.Within 48 hours
3. Within 24 hours 
4. Immediately

4.Immediately


16. What will happen if you are convicted of careless driving?

1. All of these
2. Your licence may be suspended for up to two years
3. Six demerit points
4.  Can be fined up to $2,000 and sentenced to up to six months in jail

1. All of these

17. If total damages an injuries exceed $2000, how long do you have to report the accident?

1. Within 72 hours
2. Within 24 hours
3.Immediately
4. Within 48 hours

4. Within 48 hours

18. What is the maximum speed limit in cities, towns, and villages where there's no posted speed?

1.30km/h
2.50km/h
3.60km/h
4.40km/h

2.50km/h


19. What happens if your BAC is greater than 0.08?

1. Your license will be suspended immediately for 10 days
2. Your license will be suspended immediately for 15 days
3. Your license will be suspended immediately for 90 days
4. Your license will be suspended immediately for 30 days

3. Your license will be suspended immediately for 90 days


20. You are prohibited from driving between _________ if you have a G1 license.

1. Midnight and 5:00 a.m.
2. 5:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m.
3. 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
4. 5:00 p.m. and midnight.

1. Midnight and 5:00 a.m.


21. If you earn 15 points in your license, the consequence is 30 days suspension. After this period of time, what will your points be reduced to?

1.Three
2.Two
3.Five
4.Seven 

4.Seven


22. In what amount of time must you inform the Ministry of Transportation if a licensed driver changes their name or address?

1. At any time prior to the license renewal date
2. Within 28 days
3. Within 6 days
4. Within 12 days

3. Within 6 days


23. What is indicated by a flashing yellow light at an intersection?

1. Tells you to stop if making left turn
2. Tells you to continue at same speed
3. Tells you to stop if making left turn
4. Warns you to drive with caution

4. Warns you to drive with caution


24. How quickly should you be able to stop in any road conditions?

1. Stop within 150 m
2. Stop within 60 m
3. Stop within a safe distance
4.  Stop within 90 m

4. Warns you to drive with caution


25. What is indicated by a red signal light with a green arrow at an intersection?

1.  Stop and wait for a green signal before making a turn in the direction of the arrow
2. Proceed with caution in the direction of the arrow
3. That pedestrians may cross
4. Stop and then proceed

2. Proceed with caution in the direction of the arrow


26. Who gets the right-of-way if a traffic signal changes color while a pedestrian is crossing the street?

1. The pedestrian
2. Motorists making a turn
3. Motorists coming from his right
4. Motorists coming from his left

1. The pedestrian

27. Before entering an intersection, what are you legally obligated to do?

1. Stop, sound horn, then proceed
2. Stop, and when it is safe to do so, proceed
3. Slow down and if way is clear, proceed
4. Slow down, sound horn and proceed

2. Stop, and when it is safe to do so, proceed

28.When are you allowed to loan your license to others?

1. Never
2. To a person who needs some ID
3. To a person who is learning to drive
4. To a person who has lost their own license

1. Never


29.What should you do if faster traffic is trying to pass you?

1. Move to the right and let it pass in safety
2.  Move to the left to prevent passing
3. Move to the left to prevent passing
4. Signal the other driver not to pass

1. Move to the right and let it pass in safety


30. In what situation could a driver lose their license?

1.  If they fail to attend for re-examination
2.  Any of these
3. If they don't pay a traffic fine when ordered by court
4. If they don't pay the reinstatement fee

2. Any of these

























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