Directions: Read all of the Fact Units on this page and note each sentence that contains a "silly error". Here is an example:

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Before driving a vehicle, check the insurance papers to ensure they are valid and there are no restrictions excluding you from driving the vehicle. Before parking a vehicle, hide valuables in the trunk, under a seat, or on the roof. Since thieves can watch vehicles park and target a vehicle if they see what's in the trunk, put valuables in the trunk before you arrive at the parking lot.

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Before parking a vehicle, hide valuables in the trunk, under a seat, or on the roof.

001: Audio, video, and other recording devices cannot be used during the road test. GPS and navigation systems must be turned off. Using these devices could lead to the cancellation of the road test. Other than guide dogs and service dogs, pets are not permitted on a road test or in ICBC driver licensing offices. This includes emotional support animals.
002: You need to bring a safe, reliable vehicle for your ICBC road test. Your vehicle's interior must be scent-free, clean, and free of any items that may affect health and safety. If it isn't safe (seatbelts not working, outstanding serious vehicle safety recall, etc.) or it doesn't meet legal requirements, ICBC may cancel your road test. Your road test vehicle must have Canadian licence plates or a nice color.
003: For your ICBC road test, if you plan to use a vehicle from a car sharing co-op or company and are not the named member, you must provide a letter from the company authorizing you to use the vehicle for the test. The letter must be written on original letterhead, dated, and signed by a representative of the company. A new letter must be produced for each road test attempt.
004: Before the road test, you can ask questions such as these: 1) Can I have the stereo on? 2) Can I have the window down? 3) Can I wear sunglasses? 4) What happens if I turn the wrong way? 5) Can I take one hand off the wheel to scratch my nose for a second? 6) If I get too stressed, can I pull over for a minute? 7) If I don't know street names, is that going to be a problem? 8) Can I ask about parking?
005: A copy of the ICBC Class 7 road test sheet is shown below. The following manoeuvres are part of the test: Left Turns, Right Turns, Straight Through Intersections, General Driving, Vehicle Handling which includes the following: Pre-trip, Hill Park, Start Park, Parallel Park, U-turn, Pull Over, Listing Hazards, Backing, End of Test Park. Each maneuver has an error cutoff and that maneuver is failed if the error cutoff is reached.
006: Here is the ICBC definition of a "Dangerous Action" road test failure: A driver's action or lack of action which could result in a collision or loss of control of the vehicle. The examiner or another vehicle must take action to prevent a collision. Here is the ICBC definition of a "Violation" road test failure: The driver's behaviour exceeds the acceptable range in the road test criteria and is typically a ticketable offense (e.g. not stopping at red light).
007: Here is the ICBC definition of an "Other" road test failure: Driver's inability to operate equipment once road test has begun, unwilling or unable to perform a manoeuvre, hitting objects, or driving over curbs or sidewalks. Here is the ICBC definition of a "Skills" road test failure: Driver's inability to meet minimum criteria for the required skills.
008: The Units that follow contain the ICBC definitions for the various skills checked during the road test. These skills are grouped in the following 5 categories which are listed down the left side of the road test sheet: Observation Skills (A1-A8), Space Margin Skills (B1-B14), Speed Skills (C1-C9), Steering Skills (D1-D4), Communication Skills (E1-E4).
009: A1 (Shoulder check): Prior to a change in direction, road position, or pulling away from the curb, check to make sure the blind spot on that side is clear by doing a shoulder check. A2 (Scan): Always scan when driving, especially when approaching areas where hazards may be present such as intersections and crosswalks.
010: A3 (Mirror check): Check your mirrors when changing lanes, turning, or pulling out from or over to the side of the road. A4 (360° check): Before backing up, look all around the vehicle (360 degrees) to ensure the surroundings are clear. A5 (Direction of travel): Keep your eyes facing the direction you are travelling or the direction you will be travelling.
011: A6 (Backing): When reversing, observe in that direction with occasional glances forward when necessary. A7 (Hazard Perception): Identify anything in your driving environment that could be a hazard to you and other road users. A8 (Other): This is for any other observational errors that are not listed.
012: B1 (Lane Position): Choose the appropriate, legal, and safe lane position that also provides good visibility and ensures safe space margins. B2 (Following Distance): Maintain a safe following distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you. B3 (Stopping too Close/Far): Leave an appropriate distance between your vehicle and any stopped vehicle in front of you.
013: B4 (Gap): Choose an appropriate space in traffic that doesn't cause other road users to adjust their speed and/or road position. Take safe gaps when traffic permits and when legally permitted. B5 (Blocks Crosswalk): Stop behind crosswalks to avoid blocking pedestrians from crossing. B6 (Turn Position): Maintain a suitable lane position during turns and enter the correct lane. Do not turn wide or cut the corner.
014: B7 (Occupied Crosswalk): Stop the vehicle before entering an occupied crosswalk. B8 (Manoeuvre Location): When changing lanes, turning, stopping, or parking, ensure vehicle is at a safe location. B9 (Other): This is for any other space margin errors that are not listed on the road test sheet.
015: B10 (Stop Position): Stop the correct distance from the legal stop position. For more details, refer to "Stopping at Intersections" in ICBC's "Learn to Drive Smart" guide. B11 (Road Position in Parking Lots): When driving in a parking lot, position your vehicle to ensure it is visible, obey signs and posted instructions, and provide space for other road users.
016: B12 (3-Point Turn or U-turn): You must effectively and safely complete a 3-point turn. A motorcycle must complete a U-turn. Refer to ICBC's "Learn to Drive Smart" or "Learn to Ride Smart" guide. B13 (Parking Margins): When parking, leave adequate space for other vehicles and objects, park close to the curb, do not cover pavement markings, and ensure you are following regulations.
017: B14 (Railroad Crossings for Motorcycles): If riding a motorcycle, cross train tracks at a safe angle to prevent tires from getting caught in the tracks. C1 (Speed Maintenance): Choose a speed that is consistent, within the speed limit, and appropriate for the conditions. C2 (Rolling Stop): Bring the vehicle to a complete stop when required at stop signs, red lights, and when exiting parking lots.
018: C3 (Amber Light): When a light changes to amber, you must stop before entering the intersection unless you are unable to safely stop in time. C4 (Acceleration/Deceleration): You must accelerate and decelerate smoothly, without stopping or slowing unnecessarily.
019: C5 (Shifting): You must select the most efficient gear and change gears safely and smoothly. Do not change gear directions (forward to reverse, reverse to park) while in motion. Do not coast in neutral or with the clutch pedal depressed on a manual transmission. C6 (Rolling Back): You must use the correct brake and gear control to prevent rolling back on a hill.
020: C7 (Other): Speed control errors that are not listed on the road test sheet. C8 (Cover Brake): When you see a potential hazard, take your foot off the accelerator and cover the brake in preparation to stop. When stopped, keep the brake applied until ready to proceed. C9 (Parking Brake): Fully apply the parking brake when parking and fully release it before moving.

021: D1 (General Steering): Maintain control of the steering wheel. Refer to "Steering" in ICBC's "Learn to Drive Smart" guide. Avoid angling the car or wheels to the left when waiting to turn left. D2 (Other): Steering errors that are not listed on the road test sheet. D3 (Steering Wheel Position): Turn your front wheels in the appropriate direction when parked on a hill. Do not initiate a turn with your hand inside the steering wheel.

022: D4 (Weight Transfer on a Motorcycle): When moving on a motorcycle, keep your feet on the foot pegs and maintain a proper riding position. E1 (Signal): Use your turn signal to let people know you are planning to turn, change lanes, pull out, or pull over. E2 (Timing): Signal well ahead of the intended action to provide plenty of warning, but not so far ahead as to confuse other road users.
023: E3 (Cancel): Cancel your signal after you complete a manoeuvre. E4 (Other): Communication errors that are not listed on the road test sheet. This is the last Unit containing the ICBC definitions for the skills checked during the road test: Observation Skills (A1-A8), Space Margin Skills (B1-B14), Speed Skills (C1-C9), Steering Skills (D1-D4), Communication Skills (E1-E4).
024: If you fail your first passenger vehicle or motorcycle road test, you must wait at least 14 days before you retake the test; if you fail your second test, you must wait at least 30 days; if you fail your third or subsequent tests, you must wait at least 60 days. If you're going to cancel or rebook a road test, give 48 hours notice to avoid a $25 cancellation fee.