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Prince Edward Island 5L License Test

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1 - Under what circumstances are cell phones not allowed while driving?

2 - At a pedestrian crossing, you should not pass cars within how many metres from the crossing?

3 - High Occupancy Vehicle lanes on provincial highways are reserved for vehicles carrying at least how many passengers?

4 - What can give you a suspension or impaired driving charge?

5 - What must you do when changing lanes?

6 - Under what circumstances a driver is allowed to pass a vehicle on a solid double line road ?

7 - How many days do new Ontario residents have to register their vehicles?

8 - What do the markings on the road mean and what does the sign represent in the picture?

9 - What should you do if your car is about to stall on the highway?

10 - What does this hang signal mean?

11 - What do double solid pavement markings mean?

12 - If you refuse a police roadside blood alchohol screening test what can happen?

13 - The G2 road test includes highway driving, but before the test, what must you do?

14 - Snow may be slippery as ice; what should you do when driving on snow covered roads?

15 - What level must your blood alchohol be if you hold a Class G1 license?

16 - Some left turn lanes have their own traffic light to direct traffic. What does this light mean?

17 - When you come to a railway crossing, there are flashing signal lights, what must you do?

18 - When are you required to wear a seatbelt?

19 - Why is it a bad idea to turn your steering wheel to the left while waiting to make a left turn at an intersection?

20 - If there are continuity lines to the right of your vehicle in the lane you are in what must you do?

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