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New Brunswick Fines and Limits Test 2024 | NB

NB driver's licence
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Based on 2024 NB driver's license manual Instant feedback
New Brunswick drivers don’t just need to know the rules of the road - they also need to know what consequences might occur if they break them. This practice test covers fines, traffic violations, demerit points and speed limits: those are some of the toughest questions you’re likely to see on your knowledge exam. Unlike other road rules and regulations, your common sense won’t be of much help here: those numbers will need to be memorized. Each of the questions is based upon information in the official NB Driver’s Manual. An optional hint and an explanation of the correct answer are included for each question, just in case you need them. This Fines, Limits and Regulations test is yet another step in your journey to becoming an official New Brunswick driver. Best of luck!
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Perfect for:

  • New Brunswick Learner’s Permit
  • New Brunswick Driver’s License
  • NB Senior Citizens’ Refresher Test
  • NB Driver’s License Renewal.

What to expect on the actual NB exam:

  • 40 questions
  • 16+16 correct answers to pass
  • 80% passing score
  • Minimum age to apply: 16

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List of questions (classic view)

  1. The speed limit in a construction zone in a New Brunswick urban district is _______ unless otherwise posted.
  2. In New Brunswick, you must signal your intention to turn at least _______ in advance.
  3. If you are found to have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) greater than 0.08% while you're driving, your licence will be suspended for
  4. Partial hydroplaning of a typical passenger car can start at speeds as low as
  5. A person who obtains a Class 7 graduated licence (Level 1) can be eligible to take the road test for Level 2 after _______ if he or she has graduated from a licensed driver training school.
  6. All registered motor vehicles or trailers must undergo a safety inspection every
  7. In New Brunswick, it is an offence to follow an emergency vehicle within
  8. A Class 7 – Level 1 learner driver may practice driving under the supervision of a licensed driver who has at least ______ of driving experience.
  9. Stop lamps, also known as brake lights, are required to be clearly visible _____ away from the rear of the vehicle.
  10. A motor vehicle's horn must be able to be heard from a distance of at least
  11. A first-time conviction for _______ under the Criminal Code can result in your licence suspended for ________.
  12. Children must be in a safety seat until they
  13. If you see this, you must stop no closer than ____ metres from the nearest rail.
  14. You cannot stop, stand, or park a vehicle within _____ metres of a stop sign.
  15. A combination truck with hot brakes, which is travelling at 90 km/h, would take in excess of _______ to stop completely.
  16. You must have headlights, or the correct illuminating devices for your vehicle, in order to drive at nighttime or any time there is not sufficient light to see things clearly at a distance of _____ metres.
  17. To pass your vision test for your class 7 licence, you must have ____ vision in your best eye.
  18. If you are found guilty of not wearing your seat belt, not only will you be required to pay a fine, but you will also have a loss of _____ point(s) on your driving record.
  19. It is an offence to follow a fire truck (or other fire apparatus), specifically one that is responding to an alarm, within
  20. With a class 7 licence, you are allowed to have a blood alcohol content of _____ while driving.
  21. A driver under 21 years of age who holds a Level 2 graduated licence may not drive unsupervised __________ except for education or work purposes.
  22. According to the New Brunswick Driver's Handbook, if you refuse to provide a breath test sample for a peace officer,
  23. According to the New Brunswick Driver's Handbook, the minimum fine for refusing a breath test is
  24. The maximum fine for refusing a breath test is
  25. If you are convicted of criminal negligence, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, or driving while disqualified, your license will be suspended for twelve months for a first offence. For any other Criminal Code conviction involving the use of a motor vehicle, your license will be suspended for ________ for a first offence.
  26. If you are found to be driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.07%, your licence will be suspended for
  27. You must report any collision involving injury, death or total property damage of _______ or more.
  28. If you are found guilty of speeding in a signed school zone,
  29. You must NOT park within ________ of a fire station driveway.
  30. According to the New Brunswick Driver's Handbook, the maximum jail sentence for impaired driving is
  31. Your driving privileges will be suspended
  32. If a fully licensed driver accumulates 3 demerit points on their driving record,
  33. If a fully licensed driver accumulates 7 demerit points on their driving record,
  34. Demerit points will be removed from a fully licensed driver's record
  35. If you are convicted under the Criminal Code for an alcohol related offence, your licence will be suspended for ___ for the first offence.
  36. If you are found to be driving while suspended, your licence will be suspended for ____ for the first offence.
  37. If you are found to be driving while suspended, your licence will be suspended for ____ for the second offence.
  38. If you are convicted of careless driving, you will get ____ points on your driving record.
  39. A conviction of driving more than 25 km/h over the posted speed limit will result in ___ points on your driving record.
  40. If you are convicted of speeding 25 km/h or less over the posted speed limit, this will result in ____ points on your driving record.