Based on 2023 NL driver's license manual Instant feedback
Traffic signs are extremely important while you’re driving as they can warn you of possible hazards, inform you of speed limits or road changes, and guide you or inform others of what you’re doing. There are three categories: regulatory (such as speed limit signs), warning (such as a lane merging sign), and guide (such as the type that lets you know there is a hospital ahead). You’ve probably spent years seeing various signs mixed in with Newfoundland’s roadside scenery, but now you’ll need to be able to recognize and understand all these signs to stay safe on the road.This practice test consists of 30 multiple-choice questions that cover road signs and general road rules. Be sure you study all relevant sections in the NL Driver Handbook. You’ll receive an explanation for each question, and each question you answer incorrectly will be stored in your Challenge Bank so you can revisit it later. Good luck!
Which letter appears on an "Overdimensional" sign?
Which of the following does this sign advise you NOT to do?
In Newfoundland and Labrador, this type of sign can be either fluorescent yellow or
What does this sign indicate?
You are approaching an intersection at which you want to turn left. You cannot see any other vehicles around. Do you still have to signal?
Three cars arrive at an intersection at about the same time that a pedestrian crosses one of the roads. Who has the right-of-way here?
Is this car legally parked?
Two cars are turning left onto a divided highway. Which cars are turning correctly?
Three cars arrive at this T-intersection. In which order should they proceed?
Three cars are approaching this four-way stop, one after the other. Which car should go first?
Is this car legally parked?
What is this an example of?
Is the blue car positioned correctly for a left turn?
Diagonal yellow stripes painted on some streets and highways indicate that
When performing a three-point turn, you should
Is this motorcycle in a safe riding position?
To pull out of a parking space, you should
If you see a school bus with alternating flashing red lights and a swing‑out stop sign, you must stop
What should you do if you see a moose on the road?
How does it work?
Our Premium Membership comes with a Pass Guarantee (30-day access and longer). If you successfully complete all the practice tests for your province/territory, we promise you a passing grade on your official written knowledge test or we'll refund your money. Your most recent completion of all the tests should be not earlier than 30 days before your exam date.
Just send us an email with your full name (must match the name and email address used for your purchase at Tests.ca) within 30 days from the purchase of your Premium membership.
What happens next
We'll check your account to make sure you've successfully completed all practice tests for your state. Once that is confirmed, we'll issue a full refund (you'll receive a separate email confirmation).
Know your exam date? Select it here:
If you know the date of your official knowledge exam, select it here: