Ontario G1 Practice Test

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What should you do if you are involved in a collision?

Leave the scene and report the incident later.

Exchange information with the other party involved.

Being involved in a collision can be a scary and overwhelming experience, but it is important to handle the situation correctly. Option A, leaving the scene and reporting the incident later, is not a sensible choice because it can result in legal consequences. It is important to remain at the scene and exchange information with the other party involved, which is why option B is the correct answer. Option C, moving the vehicles to the side of the road, can be dangerous and can also potentially destroy evidence needed for insurance purposes. Option D, driving away if there are no injuries or significant damage, is also not a wise choice as it is important to assess the extent of the damage and any possible injuries before leaving the scene of the collision.

Move the vehicles to the side of the road immediately.

Drive away if there are no injuries or significant damage.