Understanding your vehicle is key to safe driving practices. If there is a mechanical problem with your vehicle that may put you at risk, you shouldn’t drive. Learn aspects of your vehicle you should be familiar with before setting out on the road.
Understand the laws governing traffic safety in British Columbia as well as across Canada. Find out about the rules of the road and how to keep to them.
Brush up on general principles, such as:
What should you do if a vehicle is tailgating you?
Who has the right of way at a four-way stop?
What must you do if another vehicle is merging?
True or false. You may use an electronic device while stopped at a red light?
What must you do if you see a pedestrian at an uncontrolled intersection?
In what situation may you make a left hand turn at a red light?
The legal limit for blood alcohol in British Columbia is what?
Who has the right of way in a traffic circle?
Are you permitted to enter an intersection on a yellow light?
What is the best way to avoid hazards on the road?