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Driving Practice Test: Newfoundland and Labrador 2024 | NL

NL driver's licence
4.17 out of 5 • 12 votes.
Based on 2024 NL driver's license manual Instant feedback
Take the Newfoundland and Labrador driving practice test and quiz yourself on a lot of the information that you need in order to pass your driving knowledge exam. Answer 30 questions on basic signs and road rules as well as various roadside situations. We have hints listed with each question that make it easier for you to figure out which answer is right without giving away too much of the question's details. You can also take a detailed look at the Driver Handbook before taking this practice quiz so nothing will surprise you come test day!
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Perfect for:

  • Newfoundland and Labrador Learner’s Permit
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Driver’s License
  • NL Senior Citizens’ Refresher Test
  • NL Driver’s License Renewal.

What to expect on the actual NL exam:

  • 40 questions
  • 34 correct answers to pass
  • 85% passing score
  • Minimum age to apply: 16

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List of questions (classic view)

  1. When entering a divided highway, you should
  2. If you wish to slow down or stop but your brake-operated signals are not working, you should signal by
  3. Under the Highway Traffic Act, an impaired driving offence is considered a second offence if it occurs within _______ of the first offence.
  4. You must not park within ____ of the entrance to a public building.
  5. The Newfoundland and Labrador Road Users Guide recommends that you maintain a following distance of at least ________ while driving under ideal conditions.
  6. When parking your vehicle facing downhill next to a curb, you should turn the front wheels
  7. When parking your vehicle facing uphill next to a curb, you should turn the front wheels
  8. You're driving on a divided highway. If you miss your exit, what should you do?
  9. Which of the following collisions does not need to be reported to police?
  10. In NL, are you allowed to double park?
  11. If your vehicle breaks down, you should NOT
  12. If your wheels lock while you're braking on a slippery surface and your vehicle is NOT equipped with antilock brakes (ABS), what should you do?
  13. If you need to brake on a slippery surface and your vehicle is equipped with antilock brakes (ABS), what should you do?
  14. At night, you should use low beams
  15. Underinflated tires are a common cause of
  16. When driving at night, you should
  17. You should double your usual following distance when
  18. If fog closes in completely while you are driving and visibility is reduced to near zero, what should you do?
  19. In NL, the speed limit on gravel roads is _______ except where otherwise signed.
  20. In NL, you are not allowed to carry _______ in a house or boat trailer while it is being towed.
  21. Areas of the road that you cannot see in your mirrors are called
  22. A solid yellow line to your left means that
  23. If you experience a tire blowout, you should NOT
  24. If you get stranded in the snow, what can you do to keep warm?
  25. If you start to feel drowsy, what should you do?
  26. If you are approaching a stop sign, you must
  27. If you were just involved in an accident in which no one was injured, what information must you exchange with the other drivers?
  28. What is the safest thing to do when your vehicle drives over black ice?
  29. Which of the following statements about seat belts is true?
  30. If a rear tire blows out, the rear end of your vehicle will pull strongly