Quiz: Right turn on a red light
The Ontario G1 written knowledge test is a tough nut to crack, but as long as you’re well-prepared and confident with your skills, you can ace the test.
You can only make a right turn on a red light after you have…?
Yielded to pedestrians and all other road users
Sounded your horn
Wound down your window to check for others
To make a right turn on a red light you must…?
Come to a complete stop
Maintain your speed
Any of these depending on circumstances
You can make a right turn on a red light provided…?
No signs indicate otherwise
A sign says you can
You are on a single lane highway
The speed limit is below 50 km/h
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How to Make a Right Turn at a Red Light
In Canada, it is generally legal to make a right-hand turn on a red light, although there are many intersections that are exceptions to this rule.
You may turn right facing a red light unless a sign says otherwise, as long as you make a full stop first and wait until the path is clear. Remember to yield to pedestrians and other road users by signaling your turn.
Right turn on red is a traffic law in Ontario that permits vehicles at a red traffic light to turn right after a complete stop when the roadway is clear.