FREE Manitoba Driving Practice Quiz 2018 | MB
Manitoba Driver's LicenceTo begin driving in Manitoba, you’ll need to pass a written knowledge test to prove your knowledge of road signs, safe driving practices, and traffic laws. The knowledge test is a timed multiple-choice test and based on information from the 2018 Manitoba Driver’s Handbook. There will be 30 questions to be answered within 30 minutes, of which you must correctly answer at least 24 questions to pass and be eligible for your licence. Law states that you should be at least 16 years old to take the test and apply for your learner’s licence or 15 ½ and currently enrolled in a school driver’s education program. Manitoba has structured new drivers under the Graduated Driver Licence Program; you will be required to hold your learner’s licence for a minimum of nine months before you may take the road test and move onto the intermediate stage for another 15 months, and then finally to a full stage licence. To take the written knowledge exam, you’ll need to pay $10, and when it’s time for your road test, it will be a $30 testing fee. Before you take your knowledge exam, you are required to register with Manitoba Public Insurance as a customer, usually with your local Autopac agent. Before you may receive your licence, you’ll also need to provide proof of identity, parental approval if you’re under 18, and purchase a licence for $20, as well as pay a base driver premium that can be up to $45. If you’re not able to pass the test on your first try, you’ll need to wait seven days before you can retest. Use this driver’s practice knowledge test to help you study and make sure you’re able to pass and get your licence.
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