Quiz: Right turns
Knowing what to expect on your G1 written test will reduce anxiety on the day of the test. We shall be giving you in-depth coverage of the Ontario G1 test experience with emphasis on what to expect.
Making a right turn you should go from where to where on the highway?
Right side to right side
Right side to left side
Left side to right side
Left side to left side
When turning right, how should you deal with two wheeled vehicles?
Let them go ahead
Accelerate to get past them
Move across to block them
If you are turning right into a three-lane road, which lane should you enter?
The right hand lane
The center lane
The left lane
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What Is the Proper Way to Start a Right Turn?
To turn right, signal properly before the turn and when the road is clear, drive into the lane on the right-hand. If the right-hand lane isn’t marked, drive and keep to the furthest to the right side of the road. Before you make the turn:
- Look ahead, to your left, to the right, and then left.
- If you haven’t seen any pedestrians or smaller vehicles, check the right rear blind spot.
- Allow limited-speed motorcycles, moped riders, and cyclists to enter the intersection before turning.
When the way is clear and safe. Completely turn into the lane on the right-hand side of the road you are driving.