Module 9 – Sharing the Road

Drivers must learn to share the road with other users. They must exercise caution at all times.

With this module, you will learn important points about driving in the presence of other drivers, but also more vulnerable users (pedestrians, cyclists, scooter operators, motorcyclists, etc.). You will also learn how to share the road with heavy vehicles, whose driving manoeuvres are more complex than those of an automobile.

Recommended reading

We recommend that you read all of Module 9 in your driving school manual.

Exercices

Block 1

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Question 1

You are about to leave your property when you see an oncoming cyclist. Who has theright of way?

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Block 2

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Question 1

You are following a heavy vehicle on the highway and are making sure to maintain a two-second interval. Is this enough?

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Block 3

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Question 1

In heavy traffic, drivers must watch out for motorcycles because they:

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Question 1

You are driving in an unfamiliar neighbourhood. Suddenly, you hear the voices of children approaching. What is your best course of action?

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Document used in the classroom

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