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FREE Nunavut Driving Practice Test 2024 | NU

NU driver's licence
4.33 out of 5 • 9 votes.
Based on 2024 NU driver's license manual Instant feedback
You will be required to pass a written test as part of getting your Nunavut class 7 learner’s licence, which is based on information from the 2024 Nunavut Driver’s Manual. You will need to be a minimum of 15 years old to apply for your class 7 licence. The written test focuses on two things: traffic signs and rules of the road, and you must pay the required fee of $30.35 to take it. The tests require an 80% passing ratio, by answering at least 16 of 20 questions correctly. If you fail one part of the test, either the part devoted to traffic signs or the part devoted to rules of the road, you will only have to retake that part. In addition to passing the written test, you also need to pass a vision test, and then you’ll need to pay $68.48 for a class 7 licence that is valid for five years. Once you are 16, you can attempt the road test, which requires paying a fee of $30.30, so that you can upgrade to a class 5 licence. Once you pass it, you can then upgrade to a class 5 licence after paying a fee of $15.48. If you are over the age of 60, there are a difference range of costs, such as $10.30 for a class 7 licence instead of $68.48, and a licence upgrade fee of $12.48, instead of $15.48. This Nunavut practice test will help ensure that you are more likely to pass your written test on the first try, as the practice test features questions based on the same information as the real test.
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Perfect for:

  • Nunavut Learner’s Permit
  • Nunavut Driver’s License
  • NU Senior Citizens’ Refresher Test
  • NU Driver’s License Renewal.

What to expect on the actual NU 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. If you drive without a licence, the person liable is
  2. What does this image illustrate?
  3. How do the yellow line markings on the pavement assist drivers in safe driving?
  4. In addition to the flashing amber traffic control lights, separate flashing amber lights are sometimes used to
  5. If you wear your safety belt, the possibility of being killed in a collision or accident decreases by
  6. According to the Nunavut Driver's Manual, what is the safest driving position for a motorcycle?
  7. Which of the following should a motorcyclist NOT do?
  8. A commercial truck driver should maintain a following distance of at least _______ behind the truck ahead.
  9. In this diagram of a two-lane traffic circle, which of the following is true?
  10. This sign means you should prepare to
  11. If you see this on the roadway, it is guiding you away from
  12. The law requires you to signal your intention to
  13. Always use _________ to exit a traffic circle.
  14. The deadliest type of accident is
  15. According to the Nunavut Driver's Manual, when is it acceptable to pass another vehicle on the right?
  16. If you use the "time interval driving method," and you are driving a truck 50 feet long, you should use a
  17. If you are passing a car while that is travelling at 80 km/h in a 90 km/h zone, what distance will it take at 90 km/h to complete the pass?
  18. While driving, you see a school bus with alternating flashing red lights. You must stop
  19. If you feel yourself losing control on gravel, you should
  20. At what age can you apply for a Class 7 licence?
  21. A driver with a Class 5 licence must undergo a medical examination at age
  22. Vehicle fires are usually due to
  23. If you are ever trapped in your car under water, the best escape route is
  24. If you are approaching a railway crossing, you must stop
  25. In order to operate a motorcycle, it requires a
  26. When you are stopped for a longer period of time, like at a stop sign or traffic light, you should put the motorcycle in
  27. An emergency vehicle requires clearance lights if it has a width of
  28. The maximum width of a vehicle that can travel on the highway without an escort vehicle or being issued over-dimension permits is
  29. If you are parking uphill or downhill and there is no curb, you should
  30. If you are driving on a dry surface at a speed of 30 km/h and must make an emergency stop, you will need