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    PEI Fines and Limits Test 2023 | PE

    PE driver's licence
    5 out of 5 • 5 votes.
    Based on 2023 PE driver's license manual Instant feedback
    Safety tips and traffic rules aren’t the only things you need to know in order to pass your driver’s exam. The PEI Driver Handbook also includes information about fines, penalties, DUI regulations, and reasons a driver might lose his or her driving privileges. This PEI 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 PEI 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 PEI Driver’s Manual. This Fines, Limits and Regulations test is another step in your journey to becoming an official PEI driver. Good luck!

    Perfect for:

    • Prince Edward Island Learner’s Permit
    • Prince Edward Island Driver’s License
    • PE Senior Citizens’ Refresher Test
    • PE Driver’s License Renewal.

    What to expect on the actual PE exam:

    • 40 questions
    • 16+16 correct answers to pass
    • 80% passing score
    • Minimum age to apply: 16

    PE Driver's Handbook

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    List of questions (classic view)

    1. When a school bus's flashing red lights are activated, you must stop at least _______ from the bus.
    2. According to the Prince Edward Island Driver's Handbook, under normal driving conditions, you should maintain a following distance of at least _______ behind the vehicle ahead of you.
    3. If a driver accumulates 12 or more demerit points, his or her licence will be suspended for
    4. While driving, a driver under 19 years of age cannot have a blood alcohol content (BAC) greater than
    5. The transfer of ownership of a registered vehicle must be accomplished within
    6. When a driver from another country arrives in Prince Edward Island, his or her foreign licence will be valid for
    7. A Class 7, Stage 1 licence (instruction permit) is valid for _______ from its date of issue.
    8. While driving, the holder of a Class 7, Stage 1 licence (instruction permit) must be supervised by a driver who has been fully licensed for at least
    9. All driver's licences expire
    10. A Class 2 licence covers buses (including school buses) with more than
    11. Air bags can deploy in collisions at speeds as low as
    12. The speed limit in Prince Edward Island's urban areas is _______ unless otherwise posted.
    13. The speed limit in Prince Edward Island's school zones is 60 km/h between ________ on school days.
    14. While driving in the city, you must start to signal at least _______ before you turn.
    15. If you are convicted of impaired driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) over 0.08, you will lose your licence for _______ if it was your first such offence.
    16. A moped travels at a maximum speed of
    17. An experienced driver who accumulates at least ____ demerit points will receive a warning letter.
    18. Whenever you drive with a Class 7, Stage 1 licence (instruction permit), your supervising driver's blood alcohol content must be less than
    19. Drivers under 21 years of age in the Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) Program may not drive between
    20. You must be at least ____ years old to apply for a farm tractor permit.
    21. If you have changed your address, you must notify the registrar of motor vehicles within
    22. Prince Edward Island requires booster seats for child passengers who weigh between
    23. The maximum speed limit in Prince Edward Island is ______ unless otherwise posted.
    24. In most municipalities in Prince Edward Island, the speed limit is
    25. If you are convicted of using a hand-held cell phone while driving, you will face which of the following penalties?
    26. Completing the Defensive Driving Course and passing the associated exam can gain you ____ merit points.
    27. You must report any collision involving injury, death or total property damage of _______ or more.
    28. If a driver who holds a Class 7, Stage 1 licence (instruction permit) accumulates more than _____ demerit points, his or her instruction permit will be suspended.
    29. In Prince Edward Island, it is illegal to stop or park within _______ of a fire hydrant.
    30. In Prince Edward Island, you're allowed to make a U-turn on a straight section of roadway if you can be seen for ________ in both directions.