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FREE Newfoundland and Labrador Learner’s Permit Practice Test 2024 | NL

NL driver's licence
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Based on 2024 NL driver's license manual Instant feedback
To get your learner licence in Newfoundland and Labrador, also called the Class 5 Level 1 licence, you’ll need to take a written knowledge test based on the 2024 Newfoundland and Labrador Road Users Manual. The test will be made up of 35 multiple-choice questions pulled from the handbook, and you’ll need to answer at least 34 correctly to pass. To qualify for the licence, you must be at least 16 years old, pass the written test and a vision test, then provide proof of age, identity, and parental consent if you are under 19. You will be required to hold your level 1 licence for a minimum of 12 months, or 8 months if you’ve completed an approved driver education program. While you hold the learner licence, you must always be in the company of another licensed driver with four years of driving experience anytime you are behind the wheel. There is no fee to take your written knowledge test, but if you pass, your learner licence will be $60, and valid for up to 2 years. When it is time for your road test to move on to level 2, the road test fee of $78 must be prepaid before your testing appointment, and your licence will be $125 and valid for five years. This practice written test can help you study and prepare before you head to your local testing facility. Be sure to call the testing location nearest you to make an appointment.
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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. Every vehicle's signal lights (turn signals) must be visible for a distance of
  2. A double yellow line on a road designates that
  3. When turning right onto a street, you should
  4. This sign is showing that
  5. To pass a vehicle legally, you must
  6. Every car has a blind spot, no matter how mirrors are set up. Blind spots are usually located at
  7. To leave a divided highway, you should
  8. Where in a vehicle should you never install a rear-facing child car seat?
  9. To park on a hill facing downhill, you should leave your car with
  10. Parking spaces should be
  11. Why are speeds in road construction zones usually reduced?
  12. To help avoid being struck from behind while driving, you should
  13. High beams should only be used in open country and dimmed when you are within
  14. If your car is suddenly plunged into a body of water, the best course of action is to
  15. Which of the following is correct regarding the requirement for a new validation sticker on license plates in NL?
  16. What does this picture illustrate?
  17. In Newfoundland and Labrador, the fine for speeding in a construction zone is
  18. Which of the following statements about windshields is FALSE?
  19. In this image, you are driving Car B in the right lane of this divided highway. Car A is trying to merge onto the highway. What should you do?
  20. In Newfoundland and Labrador, the maximum number of demerit points for a single offence is
  21. In which of the following situations are you allowed to pass another vehicle on a two-lane road?
  22. If you want to change several lanes on a multilane highway,
  23. If you want to make a left turn at a green light, you should
  24. If a traffic light is red, but has a green arrow pointing left, that means you
  25. In this image, what do the arrows on the pavement indicate?
  26. Factors that may influence how quickly your brakes are able to bring your vehicle to a stop include
  27. In Newfoundland and Labrador, which of the following offences carries the most demerit points?
  28. At night, your eyes can be affected by the glare of headlights from oncoming cars or reflected in your mirrors from cars behind your vehicle. Due to the glare, your vision may be impaired for a full
  29. In this image, a school bus has stopped for passengers at an intersection. Which cars must stop?
  30. Tires with metal studs may not be used
  31. You witness a collision where someone was slightly injured. When should you report it to the police?
  32. Vehicles registered in Newfoundland and Labrador are required to have
  33. In Newfoundland, at a traffic light intersection with a green light, which of the following has priority over everyone else?
  34. A vehicle with under-inflated tires by a total of 10 psi (69 kPa) increases fuel consumption by
  35. Moose-vehicle collisions are likely to happen