Quiz: Make Ontario’s roads safe
This website is designed to help you obtain an Ontario driver’s license by explaining the Ontario motor vehicle laws, traffic rules, and road signs.
You should not drive if you are feeling…?
Any of these things
You should eliminate blind spots as much as possible by…?
Checking all of these things
Checking your driver’s mirror
Checking over your shoulder
Checking your door mirrors
You should not take chances by…?
Doing any of these things
Cutting people off
Switching lanes suddenly
Rushing to get through yellow lights
You should avoid distraction when driving by…?
All of these things
Not having too many pets or people in your vehicle
Not playing loud music
Not checking your phone
You should always drive…?
At or below the speed limit
At the speed limit
Just above the speed limit
Any of these
Before you enter an intersection, you should check for traffic…?
In all these areas
Coming from in front
Coming from sidewalks, paths and trails
Coming from the right
If you are not sure who has right of way, you should…?
Yield to other drivers
Take it for yourself
Sound your horn
Speed up to make it yours
Your following distance to another vehicle should always be at least…?
When you are driving, alcohol should be consumed…?
Under no circumstances
Only on short trips
When you are driving, it is your responsibility to…?
Do all of these things
Wear your seatbelt
Make sure all passengers wear seatbelts
Make sure all children have an appropriate child or booster seat
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Make Ontario's Roads Safest
- Never mix drinking and driving. Also, avoid driving if you take sedative medicines.
- Wear your seatbelt at all times and make sure the others also have it on.
- Follow the speed limits at all times. Slow down when the weather and road conditions are not good.
- Never take risks. Never cut people or suddenly change lanes or jump yellow lights.
- Never drive when you feel sick or dizzy.
- If you are confused, let the other person go first.
- Keep your distance from the car in front of you. It should be a minimum of 2-second space.
- Remove all your distractions. Never overcrowd your vehicle or play music at high volumes.
- Keep your blind spot in check at all times. Before you plan on changing your lane look over your shoulder and in your mirror to avoid a mishap.
- It is very risky to drive in traffic. You should check vehicles coming from each direction and also keep track of the paths and sidewalks when you are entering or exiting an intersection.