Practice M.T.O. Test
This practice test is designed to help you prepare for the M.T.O. written test. Once you have completed the test, you may view your test results to see which questions were answered incorrectly.

A score of 80% is required to pass the M.T.O. test. This 60 question test will reflect 30 possible questions on your MTO written test at a DriveTest Centre.

You must get no more than 12 incorrect answers on this test to pass.

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1. Is the owner(s) of a truck with a registered gross weight of 5,000 kgs (11,000 lbs) used for carrying supplies to a job site exempt from the requirement to hold a CVOR certificate? *
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2. Who is considered an "operator" under Commercial Vehicle Operator Registration (CVOR)? *
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3. The gross weight means: *
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4. Without a special permit, no vehicle including load while on a highway shall exceed a height greater than: *
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5. Other than specialized equipment, a vehicle including load while on a highway shall not exceed a width greater than: *
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6. The maximum length of a single tractor trailer combination must not exceed: *
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7. An inspection of a motor vehicle by a police officer or ministry officer can be performed: *
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8. The responsibility for the safe operating condition of a motor vehicle is that of: *
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9. When must a driver perform a vehicle inspection? *
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10. Proof that a commercial vehicle has had a Periodic Mandatory Commercial Vehicle Inspection: *
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11. When a driver, who will be driving within 160 km (100 miles) radius of his starting point, discovers a safety defect on the commercial vehicle during a vehicle inspection, the driver is required to: *
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12. If a driver is required to hook up a trailer at a remote location, the driver should: *
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13. During the course of the trip, the driver discovers that 2 marker lights are not working, which is a safety defect. The correct action is to: *
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14. Which of the following duties are considered "on duty" for the purposes of driver's Hours of Work rules? *
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15. A driver is not required to complete a daily log under what condition? *
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16. Before a driver can transport or handle dangerous goods, he/she must be trained and a certificate of training issued. Who is responsible for issuing the certificate to the driver? *
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17. For a driver to reduce their chance of being involved in a rear end collision, the driver should: *
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18. When entering a freeway, you should signal, then: *
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19. When approaching a red traffic signal light and a police officer motions you to go through, you must: *
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20. While rounding a right curve on a highway with a tractor trailer, the driver should: *
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21. A licensed driver wishing to learn to operate a tractor trailer must: * *
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22. Which of the following is not required by law? *
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23. Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit on the highway outside of a city, town, or village or built-up area is: *
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24. A driver is about to start a trip that will take him more than 160 km (100 miles) from his starting point. The driver performs a vehicle inspection and finds no safety defects. The driver is required to: *
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25. Which of the following hand-and-arm signals is correct for a right turn? *
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26. When backing to couple a semi-trailer, the fifth wheel opening must be in direct line with: *
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 27. When approaching a railway crossing at which an electrical or mechanical signal device or flagman is warning of the approach of a train, you must: *
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28. When a commercial motor vehicle becomes disabled on a highway during the period when lights are required, flares or reflectors must be placed to the front and rear of the vehicle at an approximate distance of: *
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29. You should under all conditions drive at a speed which will allow you to: *
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30. After installation of wheel fasteners, it is possible that the wheel may become loose. Wheel manufacturers recommend to: *
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31. During a vehicle inspection, the driver must check the vehicle for: *
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 32. A driver going 32 km (20 miles) to a location and then returning: *
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33. The most common defect found on commercial vehicles on roadside inspection is: *
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34. For what reason can a vehicle be detained? *
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35. How many consecutive hours off duty must a driver take after accumulating 13 hours driving time? *
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36. What must a driver do before entering a highway from a private road or driveway? *
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37. What information is included on a Commercial Vehicle Operator Registration "CVOR" record? *
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38. What documentation is required by the Ministry of Transportation to be carried in a commercial vehicle? *
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39. A load cannot project more than 1.5 metres (5 feet) beyond the rear of the vehicle unless it is marked with. *
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40. What factors affect the maximum gross allowable weight of a commercial vehicle? *
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41. The maximum trailer length is: *
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42. The maximum gross allowable weight of a commercial vehicle is: *
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43. Once a driver completes an inspection report, the driver must: *
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44. A driver performs a vehicle inspection and discovers that some of the brakes are out of adjustment. What is required of the driver? *
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45. A driver is required to ensure that the brakes on the vehicle are not out of adjustment: *
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46. When at least one of the brakes is found to exceed the readjustment limit: *
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47. A rear tire of a motor vehicle would be considered a violation under the Highway Traffic Act if the tread left on two adjacent grooves anywhere on the tire is: *
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48. The front tire on a commercial motor vehicle with a gross weight greater than 4,500 kg would be considered a violation under the Highway Traffic Act if the tread left on two adjacent grooves anywhere on the tire is: *
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49. How many hours of driving time is a driver allowed before an off duty period is required? *
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50. What are the maximum number of hours a driver can be on duty for a period of seven consecutive days. *
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51. Drivers are required to transport and handle dangerous goods. What are the requirements for a driver to be able to perform these tasks? *
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52. When approaching a stop sign while driving a truck, if there is a crosswalk but no stop line on the road, you should bring the truck to a complete stop: *
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53. No person shall park or leave a vehicle on a roadway unless there is a clear view for at least: *
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54. A good safe driving practice on a multi-lane highway is to: *
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55. When uncoupling a semi-trailer unit, the next step after having lowered the landing gear is to: *
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56. When the driver of another vehicle is about to overtake and pass your vehicle, you must: *
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57. A flashing blue light on a motor vehicle indicates: *
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58. When the air brakes are applied and they do not seem to be holding even though the pressure is satisfactory, the driver should: *
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59. Every accident must be reported to the police when there is personal injury or when the damage apparently exceeds: *
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60. Every motor vehicle and trailer, operating when lights are required, must show at the rear: *
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