Quiz: Passing at night

If you are scheduled to take the Ontario G1 knowledge test, you may want to start early with your preparations. Though there are many different ways and methods to prepare, our practice tests can assist you in making a passing score the first time.

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As you pass another vehicle at night, at what point should you turn your high beams back on?
As soon as you are past them
As soon as you begin to overtake
As soon as you return to the original lane
After 30 seconds have elapsed

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Wrong!

As you approach another vehicle at night, what should you do with your headlights?
Switch to low beam
Switch to high beam
Flash them repeatedly
Turn them off

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Passing Vehicles at Night-Time

Exercise caution when passing another vehicle at night. Do this only when it is necessary and that you can see the way is clear: See steps below:

 

  1. First, change your headlights to low beams as you approach the vehicle you are about to pass.
  2. Do a turn signal and look at your side mirror while checking other blind spots. Begin to move out of your lane to pass, and once you are beside the other vehicle, switch to a high beam for more visibility on the road ahead.
  3. Signal to the right and check from your rearview mirror to see the front of the vehicle that you are passing. Ensure that you are far ahead with enough space and distance to pull back into the right lane as you complete the move.