Quiz: Turning a corner

Are you about to take the Ontario G1 test? If yes, you need to have an idea of what to expect; this will increase your chances of passing the test.

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You can start to increase speed when turning…?
As you finish the turn
After you begin the turn
In the middle of the turn
Before you begin the turn

Correct!

Wrong!

When turning right, you should make your manoeuvre from…?
The lane furthest right
The lane furthest left
The most central lane
Any of these

Correct!

Wrong!

With sharp turns, you should steer…?
Hand over hand
With one hand
With your finger
With your palm

Correct!

Wrong!

When making a turn, you should…?
Slow down
Speed up
Maintain your speed
Any of these

Correct!

Wrong!

When you’re turning a corner, you should make your signal…?
Well in advance
Just before turning
During turning
Any of these

Correct!

Wrong!

You should have finished braking for a turn before…?
You start steering
You get within 50m of it
You reach the apex
You exit the turn

Correct!

Wrong!

Making a turn, you should check…?
All round your vehicle
The left of your vehicle
The right of your vehicle
Behind your vehicle

Correct!

Wrong!

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Ensure You Signal Properly Before The Turn

When turning a corner, ensure you signal properly before the turn. You should only move to the proper lane if the way is clear. If you want to turn right, move to the far-right lane and if you are turning left, move into the far-left lane. Signal your turn to alert the other motorists and look from side to side, and check your blind spots to ensure you have a clear way.

Turning a CornerReduce your speed before entering your turn; you should drive slower if the turn is too sharp. Finish braking before turning the steering wheel to have total control of your vehicle. With a sharp turn, use one hand for turning the steering wheel while crossing the other hand over the wheel. Grip the other side of the steering wheel and continue to turn.

Upon completing the turn, relax the grip on the steering wheel, gently feel it through your hands or let it slip until it returns to a straight-ahead position. Don’t turn the steering wheel using a flat palm or one finger of your hand. Increase the speed progressively until you finish the turn. Most drivers lose control of their vehicles and skid due to doing many things simultaneously. Try not to steer and brake simultaneously.