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Newfoundland and Labrador Driver's Licence
Newfoundland and Labrador use a Graduated Driver Program for new drivers. To begin driving in the province, you must be at least 16 years old and pass a written knowledge test of 20 multiple-choice questions. Test questions are pulled from the 2019 Newfoundland and Labrador Road Users Manual, and you will be required to correctly answer a minimum of 16 of the questions correctly, for an 80% passing ratio. In addition to the written exam, you’ll need to pass a standard vision test, provide proof of age and identity, and parental consent if you are under 19 years of age. There is no cost to take the written exam; you’ll simply need to make an appointment at your local testing facility. Once you’ve passed your exam, your level 1 licence, will be $60, or $26 if you’re a senior. The licence will be valid for two years while you practice your driving skills. When you’ve held the learner’s licence for 12 months, or 8 months in combination with passing a driver education course, you may take the road test to qualify for a level 2 licence. Your level 2 road test will need to be paid for in advance of your testing appointment and will be $78, and an additional $125 for the actual licence, which is valid for five years. Except the level 1, all licences are valid for five years. Use this Newfoundland and Labrador practice exam to help you study for the written knowledge test and take your first steps into the Graduated Driver Program.
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6 mistakes allowed to pass
Passing score required: 80%
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Newfoundland and Labrador Driving Test Fact Sheet

How many questions:40
How many correct answers to pass:16+16
Passing score:80%

NL Driver's Handbook

View the most recent (2019) official NL Driver's Licence Handbook.