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Nunavut Fines and Limits Test

  • Perfect for learner’s permit and full adult driver’s licence
  • Based on official Nunavut 2024 Driver's manual
  • Updated for July 2024
Verified by Steven Litvintchouk, M.S., Chief Educational Researcher, Member of ACES. See our detailed commitment to accuracy and quality in our practice tests.
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What you need to know
Safety tips and traffic rules aren’t the only things you need to know in order to pass your driver’s exam. The NU Driver Handbook also includes information about fines, penalties, DUI regulations, and reasons a driver might lose his or her driving privileges. This NU Fines, Limits and Regulations Test will help you boost your knowledge of the rules of the road and what will happen if you break them. Just like the other NU practice tests, this one provides potential drivers with a hint and an explanation of the correct answer for each of the 30 questions. All questions are based upon information in the official NU Driver’s Manual. This Fines, Limits and Regulations test is another step in your journey to becoming an official Nunavut driver. Good luck!
What to expect on the official exam
30

questions

24

correct answers to pass

80

passing score

16

minimum age to apply

List of questions (classic view)
  1. If you change your name or address, you must notify your nearest licence issuing office within
  2. You may renew your Nunavut driver's licence without retaking any tests as long as it has not been expired longer than
  3. Under normal weather conditions, your vehicle's high-beam headlights can illuminate the roadway _______ ahead.
  4. Most collision-related injuries and deaths are caused by collisions at speeds of
  5. When stopping at a railway crossing within a municipality, you must stop at least _______ from the nearest rail.
  6. According to the Nunavut Driver's Manual, a safe following distance is at least 1½ car lengths for every
  7. If you encounter a vehicle that is creating a large dust cloud on a gravel road, you should slow down to a maximum speed of
  8. Under normal weather conditions, your vehicle's low-beam headlights can illuminate the roadway _______ ahead.
  9. If your vehicle becomes disabled, you should place flares or reflective signs _______ in front of it and behind it.
  10. A motorcycle must have at least one headlight that can illuminate the roadway at least _______ ahead.
  11. When do emergency vehicles with flashing red lights have the right-of-way?
  12. Do not pass if you are within _______ of a bridge, tunnel, or intersection.
  13. You must dim your headlights whenever you are within ________ of an oncoming vehicle.
  14. You must dim your headlights whenever you are within ________ of a vehicle you are following.
  15. For you to be charged with impaired driving, your blood alcohol level
  16. Smoking marijuana has been shown to decrease your braking time
  17. A learner motorcyclist may not operate a motorcycle in a speed zone of
  18. In Nunavut, the basic speed limit for cars outside cities and towns is
  19. During restricted hours, the maximum speed limit in a school zone is
  20. In Nunavut, when must you dim your headlights to low beam?
  21. If you are involved in an accident that results in ________, you must immediately report the accident to the R.C.M.P.
  22. Under poor weather conditions, you should increase your following distance to _______ or more.
  23. In Nunavut, you may NOT park your vehicle
  24. When you park parallel to a curb or the edge of a roadway, your curbside wheels must be within ______ of the curb or edge of the roadway.
  25. To parallel park your vehicle, you need a parking space that is at least _______ longer than the length of your vehicle.
  26. Studies have shown that in ______ of fatal traffic accidents, at least one driver had been drinking.
  27. In Nunavut, the basic speed limit for trucks outside cities and towns is
  28. In which of the following locations can you park your car?
  29. You may not park within _______ of a stop sign, a traffic signal or a flashing beacon.
  30. Under the Criminal Code of Canada, if you are convicted of driving while your licence is suspended or revoked, you may face which of the following penalties?