This practice test is designed to prepare you for the official ICBC knowledge exam that you need to pass in order to obtain your learner’s licence. The ICBC knowledge test is a 50-question exam (all are multiple-choice questions) that you’ll take on a computer at your local driver’s licensing office. The test will cover all the information found in the BC “Learn to Drive Smart” Manual.
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Tailgating is dangerous, mainly becauseCorrectIncorrect
How many seconds of following distance does a tailgater have?
An antilock braking system (ABS)CorrectIncorrect
HintThere for you if you might lose control, but that’s all.
Three cars arrive at an intersection at about the same time. A pedestrian has started crossing the road.
Who has the right-of-way here?CorrectIncorrect
Remember that each car must yield to the vehicle on its right. Also consider who is most vulnerable in this situation
Consuming one glass of wine or beer before drivingCorrectIncorrect
HintNo amount of alcohol is safe.
In heavy traffic, how can you help a cyclist who is signalling to turn left?CorrectIncorrect
HintIt’s not that easy to change lanes in heavy traffic.
You have stopped behind a school bus with its flashing red lights on. When can you pass?CorrectIncorrect
HintYou must stop for a school bus whose red lights are flashing.
The likelihood of an accident increases if a driver is under the influence ofCorrectIncorrect
HintMany substances can impair one’s ability to drive.
Which of the following statements about preventing road aggression is FALSE?CorrectIncorrect
HintNever confront an aggressive driver.
9. QuestionVehicles approaching a roundabout mustCorrectIncorrect
HintVehicles in the roundabout have the right-of-way.
Collisions between trains and cars are more likely at night becauseCorrectIncorrect
HintThe drivers must stop for moving trains.
You are driving in the right lane of a freeway. Another vehicle is trying to merge into your lane from
a freeway entrance. You should NOTCorrectIncorrect
If you see a pedestrian at the side of the road who is about to jaywalk, you shouldCorrectIncorrect
jaywalk can be dangerous(it is illegal).
Three cars arrive at an uncontrolled T-intersection. In which order should they proceed?CorrectIncorrect
HintTwo of these cars are turning onto new roads.
14. QuestionIn B.C., you are NOT allowed to park your vehicleCorrectIncorrect
HintMany different places.
When leaving a highway, you should slow downCorrectIncorrect
Do not slow down on the highway.
Which of the following statements about driving in a roundabout are true?CorrectIncorrect
Plan your way before you enter the roundabout.
Which of the following are known as uncontrolled intersections?CorrectIncorrect
No traffic lights ever stop you at such intersections.
If two vehicles arrive at an uncontrolled intersection from different roadways at about the same time, the vehicle _________ has the right-of-way.CorrectIncorrect
At an uncontrolled intersection, yield to your right.
19. QuestionTo drive through standing water, you shouldCorrectIncorrect
Wet brakes can be less effective.
20. QuestionDon’t change lanesCorrectIncorrect
HintAt a crossroads.
Always use _________ to exit a roundabout.CorrectIncorrect
To exit a roundabout, head to the right.
22. QuestionTo identify hazards while driving, you shouldCorrectIncorrect
Know what’s around you.
23. QuestionAt an unmarked crosswalk, you mustCorrectIncorrect
Pedestrians in crosswalks have the right-of-way.
If you see a pedestrian with a guide dog who is waiting at a crosswalk,CorrectIncorrect
Don’t startle them.
While you’re driving, you start to feel sleepy. What should you do?CorrectIncorrect
HintGive your body the rest it needs.
Pedestrians and cyclists are more at risk than car drivers becauseCorrectIncorrect
HintIf a large, heavy object hits a smaller, lighter object…
You see a large animal directly in front of you and you cannot avoid it. What should you do?CorrectIncorrect
Several ways to lessen the effect.
Which of the following statements about a bicycle lane is true?CorrectIncorrect
The lane is reserved for certain road users.
You are preparing to turn left at a green light when you notice an oncoming vehicle. What should you do?CorrectIncorrect
Don’t try to cut off an oncoming vehicle.
In B.C., when are you allowed to check text messages on your cellphone?CorrectIncorrect
HintNot while driving.