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Alberta Class 4 Licence Test 7 2024 | AB

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Based on 2024 AB commercial driver's license manual Instant feedback
Your journey to professional driving in Alberta is closer than ever with our Class 4 Licence Test 7. As of 2024, this practice test is formulated with 50 questions reflecting the latest in commercial driving regulations. With the road test requirement removed, your focus should be on acing the knowledge and vision assessments, covered by our tailored questions. Review the Commercial Driver’s Guide diligently and refresh your knowledge with the Driver’s Guide. For just a $17 fee, you can challenge the test at any registry agent, aiming for a pass mark of 25 out of 30. Prepare with our practice test and elevate your driving career to new heights!
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Perfect for:

  • First-time AB commercial license applicants
  • Existing commercial license holders adding endorsements
  • AB commercial license renewal applicants

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List of questions (classic view)

  1. This driver is using a hand signal. The driver intends to
  2. What does this sign mean?
  3. You should not follow cyclists closely because
  4. What do these roadway markings mean?
  5. What does this road sign mean?
  6. What does this sign mean?
  7. What does a flashing yellow traffic light mean?
  8. What does a downward-pointing green arrow above your lane mean?
  9. When you encounter a stop sign, you must
  10. If your vehicle starts to hydroplane, what should you do?
  11. When you press down on the clutch in a vehicle with manual transmission, what does it do?
  12. You are approached from behind by an emergency vehicle sounding its siren on a one-way street. What should you do?
  13. You are parking your vehicle facing uphill on a street without a curb. In which direction should you be turning your front wheels?
  14. When driving in heavy fog, you should use
  15. The area of a primary highway beyond the solid white line is meant for
  16. Two cars arrive at a four-way stop at about the same time. Which car should go first?
  17. You are approaching an intersection with a solid yellow light. You should
  18. Shared centre lanes are used for
  19. In Alberta, are you allowed to turn right at a solid red light?
  20. When a red X signal is displayed over your lane, you must
  21. A white diamond marking in your lane indicates that
  22. A white X pavement marking in your lane means that
  23. Cars A and B have arrived at this intersection at about the same time. Car A wants to turn left and Car B wants to go straight. Who has the right-of-way?
  24. What does this road sign mean?
  25. When can a vehicle with just one occupant (the driver) use this lane?
  26. What does this sign mean?
  27. You are approaching an intersection at which you want to turn left. You cannot see any other vehicles around. Do you still have to signal?
  28. In Alberta, when must you dim your high-beam headlights?
  29. In Alberta, which of the following statements is FALSE?
  30. Two cars are turning left onto a divided highway. Which cars are turning correctly?
  31. The speed limit in both urban and rural school zones is ______ unless otherwise posted.
  32. The maximum speed at which a school bus may be driven is
  33. Under the Alberta Traffic Safety Act, if a driver is convicted of causing death or injury as a result of driving while impaired, the driver's licence will be suspended for at least
  34. Class 7 licence holders are not allowed to drive
  35. It will take at least ________ for an aspiring driver to complete both the learner’s and probationary stages of the GDL program.
  36. The maximum speed limit on roadways located outside of urban areas is
  37. To reduce whiplash injuries, the space between your head and the head restraint should be
  38. In Alberta, you can legally park
  39. If you are involved in an accident in which overall damage exceeds $2,000, you should
  40. Before turning at an intersection, you should be in the proper turning lane at least _______ before the intersection.
  41. How does an increase in a vehicle's traction affect its stopping time and distance?
  42. At what point is traction at its peak for a commercial vehicle?
  43. When does a commercial vehicle experience lowered traction?
  44. What happens to the braking force needed to stop when the vehicle speed is doubled?
  45. How would you define total stopping distance?
  46. Which four factors affect the stopping time of a vehicle?
  47. How would you define perception time?
  48. What is typically considered a driver's reaction time?
  49. What is lag time in relation to braking?
  50. How would you describe braking time?
  51. Which of these are good rules when assisting a passenger in a wheelchair?
  52. When pushing a wheelchair, how far ahead should you look?
  53. What should you NOT do when assisting a person with a scooter?
  54. What should you NOT do when transporting passengers who do not speak your language?
  55. To prevent fatigue while driving, you should
  56. How can you avoid a human rights claim?
  57. The National Safety Code (NSC) in Canada is a set of standards developed by the CCMTA to enhance road safety and efficient movement of people and goods. What is the number of this code?