FREE ICBC Knowledge Test Practice 2019 Questions and Answers

This ICBC Practice Test 2019 is designed to prepare you for the written section of the British Columbia BC driving test. These questions are based on the Official BC Driver's Handbook, this QUIZ includes questions on road signs and rules, driving and parking regulations and techniques, vehicle licensing and registration information in British Columbia.

Scan for hazards and then carry out manoeuvres.
1. A safe and competent driver relies on which of the following strategies?
[A] View-plan-do
[B] See-act-check
[C] See-think-do
[D] Watch-plan-act
Well-built road surface.
2. Which one of the following is not a poor road condition for driving?
[A] A road with wet or icy patches.
[B] A paved road that suddenly changes into a gravel one.
[C] A road with large puddles after a rainstorm.
[D] Plain highway road.
A car seat is required by law!
3. Which of the following car seats must be used for a new-born?
[A] No car seat is necessary.
[B] A rear-facing car seat
[C] A front-facing car seat
[D] A booster
Ideal position is at the 9 o'clock and 3 o'clock position.
4. What is the ideal hand position on the steering wheel?
[A] On the inside of the wheel.
[B] On the outside of the wheel.
[C] At the centre of the wheel.
[D] On the front side of the wheel.
The school bus driver will turn on alternating flashing amber lights when preparing to stop.
5. Which of the following indicates that the school bus ahead is preparing to stop?
[A] Flashing amber lights
[B] Flashing headlights
[C] Flashing red lights
[D] Sounding horn
This vision refers to the surrounding area.
6. Which of the following allows the driver to see beyond the area directly in front of the vehicle?
[A] Longest vision.
[B] Low vision.
[C] Peripheral vision.
[D] Central vision.
Hand-held phone can be used in emergencies.
7. Which of the following is a true statement regarding cell phone usage while driving?
[A] All drivers can use hand-held devices for texting.
[B] GLP drivers can use hands-free cell phones.
[C] Experienced drivers can use hand-held devices.
[D] Drivers can use hand-held cell phone to make a 9-1-1 call.
Avoid crossing.
8. If a driver hears or sees a train approaching at the crossing, he/she must do the following:
[A] Cross the track while carefully watching the train.
[B] Cross the track with maximum speed.
[C] Take another route.
[D] Stop and don't proceed until it is safe.
Avoid driving.
9. What should you do if you are feeling impaired after taking drugs or medications?
[A] Drive slowly to avoid accidents.
[B] You can drive but take frequent breaks.
[C] You must not drive.
[D] Do none of the above.
Look for the option referring to obstructed vision.
10. If drivers cannot see ahead while driving due to a hill or a curve, this is known as:
[A] Lane blocking
[B] Central view blocking
[C] Road blocking
[D] Vision blocking
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