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  PART 1:LICENSING OF DRIVERS……………………  91.1 Types of Licences ……………………………… 9 Class 1…………………………………………  10 Class 2…………………………………………  11 Class 3…………………………………………  12 Class 4…………………………………………  12 Class 5…………………………………………  13 Class 6…………………………………………  13 Class 7 Graduated Licence (Level I and II)……  14 Class 8…………………………………………  15 Class 9…………………………………………  151.2 List of Possible Endorsements ………………… 151.3 Learning to Drive Vehicles Requiring Higher Class Licences ……………… 161.4 Examination For Learner’s Licence: Vision Test………………………………………  16 Road Sign Recognition Test……………………  17 Rules Test………………………………………  171.5 Examination For Driver’s Licence Driving Test……………………………………  17 Road Test Summary……………………………  20 Re-examination After Failure…………………  21 Restrictions……………………………………  21 Expiry Date……………………………………  22 Change of Address……………………………  22 Change of Name………………………………  22 Renewal of Licence……………………………  221.6 How You May Lose Your Driving Privilege …… 23 Newly Licensed Driver Point Suspension………  23 Ten (10) Point Suspension………………………  23 Appeals…………………………………………  24 Suspension of Driving Privilege………………  24 Reinstatement…………………………………  25 Financial Responsibility………………………  25 Court Imposed Suspension……………………  25 Point System……………………………………  26 How It Operates………………………………  261.7 Driver Improvement Re-education …………… 27 Table of Contents  2  PART 2:REGISTRATION OF VEHICLES……………  282.1 Certificate of Registration……………………… 282.2 Plates Property of Crown ……………………… 282.3 Plates Must Be Legible………………………… 282.4 Owner Responsible for Plates ………………… 282.5 Transfer of Plates ……………………………… 292.6 Offence to Alter Numbers……………………… 292.7 Non-Residents ………………………………… 292.8 Transfer of Ownership ………………………… 292.9 Transit Markers………………………………… 302.10 Expiry Dates …………………………………… 302.11 Persons with Disabilities ……………………… 302.12 Cancellation of Registration …………………… 312.13 Motor Vehicle Safety Inspection ……………… 32 PART 3:EQUIPMENT………………………………  333.1 Lights ………………………………………… 33 Head Lamps……………………………………  33 Motor Cycle Lamps……………………………  34 Rear Lamps ……………………………………  34 Clearance Lamps and Reflectors………………  34 Stop Lamps (Brake Lights)……………………  35 Signal Devices …………………………………  35 Lamps on Parked Vehicles……………………  35 Daytime Running Lights………………………  35 Stop Lights……………………………………  36 Flashing or Revolving Lights……………………  36 Four Way Flashers……………………………  36 Spot Lamps……………………………………  36 Fog Lamps………………………………………  363.2 Brakes ………………………………………… 373.3 Horn …………………………………………… 373.4 Mirror ………………………………………… 373.5 Windshields and Windows …………………… 373.6 Ornaments …………………………………… 373.7 Windshield Wipers …………………………… 383.8 Slow Moving Vehicle ………………………… 383.9 Mufflers ……………………………………… 38 Table of Contents  3  3.10 Speedometer ………………………………… 383.11 Height, Width and Length of Vehicle ………… 383.12 Flares ………………………………………… 393.13 Studded Tires ………………………………… 393.14 Disabled Vehicles …………………………… 393.15 Safety Chain …………………………………… 39 PART 4:RULES OF THE ROAD………………………  404.1 Accidents ……………………………………… 40 First at the Scene………………………………  40 Emergency Vehicles……………………………  40 Reporting Accidents……………………………  40 Financial Responsibility………………………  414.2 Speed Restrictions …………………………… 424.3 Slow Drivers …………………………………… 424.4 Overtaking……………………………………… 434.5 School Zones & School Buses ………………… 444.6 Drive on Right Half of Highway………………… 444.7 Laned Traffic & Pavement Markings ………… 444.8 Blind Spots …………………………………… 464.9 Passing ………………………………………… 464.10 Signalling ……………………………………… 484.11 Right of Way …………………………………… 48 Intersection……………………………………  48 Left Turn………………………………………  49 Rotary…………………………………………  49 Driveway………………………………………  504.12 Railway Crossing ……………………………… 504.13 Yield Sign ……………………………………… 514.14 Stop Sign ……………………………………… 514.15 Traffic Control Signals ………………………… 524.16 Peace Officer ………………………………… 534.17 Crosswalk Guard ……………………………… 534.18 Turning at Intersections ……………………… 54 Two-Way Left Turn Lane………………………  564.19 Passing on Multi-Lane Streets ………………… 564.20 Parking ………………………………………… 57 Your Parking Shows Your Skills………………  57 Parallel Parking…………………………………  58 Table of Contents  4  4.21 Backing………………………………………… 59 Backing Procedures……………………………  594.22 Miscellaneous Traffic Provisions ……………… 59 Passengers in Vehicles…………………………  60 Intersections and Crosswalks…………………  604.23 Pedestrians ……………………………………604.24 Traffic on the Highway ………………………… 61 Sharing the Road………………………………  61 Walking on the Highway………………………  61 Pedestrian Safety………………………………  62 Thumbing Rides………………………………  62 4.25Horseback Riding………………………………  62 4.26Bicyclists………………………………………  62 PART 5: SAFE DRIVING………………………………  635.1 The Vehicle …………………………………… 635.2 Check Your Car ………………………………… 645.3 Seat Belts Save Lives ………………………… 655.4 Penalties for Seat Belt Infractions …………… 655.5 Preparing Your Vehicle for Winter Driving …… 665.6 The Driver……………………………………… 67 Speed…………………………………………  68 Stopping………………………………………  68 Driving Posture…………………………………  69 Following………………………………………  69 Defensive Driving………………………………  705.7 White Cane …………………………………… 715.8 Crash…………………………………………… 71 If You Arrive First at an Accident………………  71 Artificial Respiration……………………………  725.9 Alcohol and Driving …………………………… 73 What Alcohol Does……………………………  73 How the Body Handles Alcohol………………  74 Fallacies/Remedies……………………………  74 Drug and/or Medication………………………  74 The Lethal Cocktail……………………………  75 Alcohol and the Law……………………………  75 Criminal Code of Canada………………………  75 Hints for the Host and Hostess…………………  76 Table of Contents  5
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