For each section of the G1 test practice, we have multiple practice tests. In order to successfully prepare, consider utilizing these exams and Ontario’s official  to your advantage.

1.

  • Road work ahead
  • Regulatory sign-reduce speed
  • School area ahead
  • A construction sign replacing flagman on duty

Construction ahead. Drivers should adjust speed and be prepared to stop if necessary. Use caution when driving as there may be construction workers on duty. Be alert and watch for other related construction signs.

2.

  • You must come to a complete stop
  • Bump sign 150 meters
  • Stop only if others vehicles are approaching
  • Stop sign 150 meters

Drivers must stop the vehicle completely by applying the brakes firmly and ensuring that the vehicle has stopped moving. “Pausing” the vehicle by braking slightly, then continuing through the intersection without stopping completely (also known as a “rolling stop”) is not considered a complete stop. Drivers who do not come to a complete stop can be charged by the police. Once the vehicle is fully stopped, drivers should wait until the way is clear before entering the intersection.

3.

  • Narrow road ahead
  • Hidden intersection ahead
  • Winding road ahead
  • Road slippery when wet

Road winds ahead. Be prepared to reduce speed; watch for oncoming traffic.

4.

  • Road turns right then left
  • Keep to the right of the traffic island
  • Winding road ahead
  • Pass other traffic on the right

This sign indicates drivers must remain to the right of the traffic island. Traffic islands are used to divide a roadway into two separate sections, often at intersections.

5.

  • Means a traffic circle ahead
  • Do not enter unless local traffic
  • Do not enter roadway
  • Prohibited sign

This sign prohibits an action. The action prohibited varies, depending on the sign. For example, if the sign includes a left turn arrow, the sign means “No Left Turns”.

6.

  • School zone watch for children playing
  • Destination board. Shows directions to nearby towns and cities
  • Provincial park
  • Pedestrian control sign

This sign shows directions to nearby towns or cities. In this case, continue on the road to get to Barrie; turn left at the intersection to travel to Orillia; turn right to go to Midland.

7.

  • I am turning left
  • I am slowing or stopping
  • I am turning right
  • You may pass me

Slowing or stopping – If your signal lights or brake lights fail, this hand signal must be used.

8.

  • I am turning right
  • I am stopping
  • I am slowing or stopping
  • I am turning left

Turning left – If your signal lights or brake lights fail, this hand signal must be used.

9.

  • Do not stop in the area between the signs
  • Vehicles approaching from the angle shown must stop
  • Need no stop for stop signs in the direction of arrows
  • No entry into the intersection

These signs occur in pairs or groups. Drivers are not permitted to stop between these signs.

10

  • Bridge Ahead
  • Narrow road ahead
  • Paved surface ends ahead
  • Intersection ahead

Pavement ends; slow down and drive with caution. Gravel roads can be dangerous, especially if the road has been freshly “graded” (grading a road involves spreading a fresh layer of gravel on the road to level it out). Driving at high speeds on a thick layer of gravel could cause the vehicle to fishtail or spin, and could result in an accident.

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