Quiz: Safe and Responsible Driving

If you want to acquire the Ontario driver’s licence, you have to pass the G1 written test to demonstrate you’re a competent driver.


You should not drive if …?
Any of these apply
You can’t cope with the conditions
You’re not in a safe emotional state
There is anything unsafe about your vehicle



When you drive, you must be prepared…?
All of these



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How to be a safe and responsible driver?

Driving is a privilege, as opposed to people suspecting that it is a right. It’s a huge responsibility and is a skill that necessitates constant practice. These facts are why once you have taken hold of your driver’s license and the privilege to maneuver a vehicle, you’ll take the initiative to manifest things that make up a safe and responsible driver. In addition to the constant enhancement of your driving skills to be great at it, that is.

In between construction, careless divers, and other road hazards, the risk for crashes and other complications are ever-present. Thankfully, there are ways you can secure yourself and others by adhering to the following steps on how to be a safe and responsible driver. With that being said, let’s get to the discussion.

1. Maintain your vehicle

As a driver, it’s now your responsibility to secure the optimum condition of your vehicle. Regularly, check that your tires, lights, wipers, brakes, and other crucial parts of your car are in good working condition. If you haven’t done so, read your vehicle’s owner’s manual and adhere to the following recommendation it holds for your vehicle maintenance.

2. Plan your trip accurately

safe and responsible driverBefore you start a drive, carefully plan your route. Use Google Maps to check traffic activity, in addition to the weather and road conditions of your passage, so that you can prepare adequately for it. It doesn’t matter if it’s a fifteen-minute drive to work or a twelve-hour road trip. Plan your trip accurately.

If you’re driving for long hours, make sure to schedule breaks on your trip and stop every two hours. In doing so, you’ll avoid exhausting yourself., aka driving fatigue.

3. When you are impaired, do not push through your drive.

Everyone is well aware of the reminder “Do not drink and drive,” but some still drive after drinking. It’s precarious, and do not bother coming up with excuses such as you’re not that drunk, or it’s only five minutes away, safety and lives are at stake in this scenario. Order a taxi instead. The cost of it is saving your life or another’s.

Moreover, do not plan on driving if you are sleep-deprived, unwell, and under a new medication. Remember that you are the best analyst of your abilities, and if you are feeling impaired in any way, do not drive.


4. Avoid distractions when driving.

Being a safe and responsible driver also requires your attention and complete concentration. No matter how mundane they are, Distractions can lead to fatal consequences.

5. Be well aware of the traffic laws and adhere to them

Drivers must follow all traffic laws as it maintains everyone’s safety. It’s confirmed that the number of traffic accidents and losses significantly lessened when people obeyed the rules on the road.

6. Safely part the road with other motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists.

The common courtesy and acknowledging that there are other people in need of the road as you, the movement, and the driving environment become safer for everyone. In addition, knowing that no matter who is on the road and the type of vehicle they drive can keep distractions and emotions under control that otherwise direct to dangerous decisions and reactions. In short, be kind and considerate.

7. Frequently check your mirrors.

On the road, awareness of your surrounding at all times is highly crucial. Make sure to check your mirrors when you’re about to merge into traffic or reverse or in changing lanes and other instances. Adjust them if necessary to be safer.

Other important things for manifesting traits of being a safe and responsible driver:

  • Wear your seat belt
  • Keep your hands on the wheel and do so in appropriate positions
  • Do not speed
  • Do not tailgate
  • Communicate your intentions


These significant ways will serve as your introductory guide towards safe driving. Know that your responsibility and accountability to do it properly extends to other people when you’re driving. You are doing this not only for you but also for individuals on the road. Thus, keep our words in mind on instances when you’re about to embark on the road. Share our worlds with others to help them be safe and responsible wheelmen.