FREE New Brunswick Learner’s Permit Practice Test 2019 | NB
New Brunswick Driver's LicenceIn order to receive your New Brunswick’s class 7 learner’s licence, you must pass a 40 multiple-choice knowledge test, a signs and basics test, and a vision test. You must be at least 16 years of age to start the process of receiving your class 7 learner’s licence, which you must then hold for 24 months. If you are under 18 years of age, you’ll need signed parental consent to get your class 7 learner’s licence. The fee for the licence is $90, and it is valid for four years. The fee to take your written exam is $25, and it costs $15 to retake the exam, and then a fee of $25 for a road test. This New Brunswick practice test can help you save money by helping you pass your written test the first time, as it covers the same information you’ll find in the 2019 New Brunswick Driver’s Handbook, just like the official written test. Each question also has a hint and an explanation that specifies which chapter of the textbook it comes from, if you want more information.
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