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FREE Quebec Driving Practice Test Three

  • Perfect for learner’s permit and full adult driver’s licence
  • Based on official Quebec 2024 Driver's manual
  • Updated for June 2024
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QC commercial driver's licence
4.33 out of 5,
127 votes

About this test

To achieve a Class 5 driver’s licence in Quebec, you’ll need to follow several steps, beginning with enrolling in an approved driving course. After you’ve taken your driving course, you may apply for your learner’s licence following a written knowledge test and driving test. The written test will be comprised of three parts: 16 questions on rules and regulations, 16 questions on road signs and traffic signals, and 32 questions on driving behaviours. Questions are pulled from the {current year} Quebec Driver’s Handbook, the Driving a Passenger Vehicle manual, and the Road Access Binder. You will be required to correctly answer at least 13 of the 16 questions in both smaller portions of the test, and 26 of the 32 questions on behaviours to pass and be eligible for a probationary licence. You must be at least 16 and have parental consent before you may hold a learner’s licence and pay a $58.64 fee. Once you have held your learner licence for a minimum of 10 months, you may take your written exam, and your licence will function as your identification at the testing centre. Your knowledge test will cost $11.20 and is offered in multiple languages including English, French, Spanish, and Mandarin, or as an audio format in English or French. Study with the driving handbooks and practice for your test using tools like this practice test. If you’re not able to pass the test on the first try, you’ll have to wait another 28 days, make another appointment, and repay the fee to try to pass the test again.

What to expect on the actual QC exam

64

questions

13+13+26

correct answers to pass

80

passing score

16

minimum age to apply

List of questions (classic view)

  1. You are required to hold a learner's licence for a minimum of
  2. You must hold a probationary licence for
  3. A class 1 licence allows you to drive
  4. When you have a probationary licence, you can drive after
  5. This is a
  6. If you have held a driver's licence for at least one year before moving to Quebec, you must
  7. Amber flashing and rotating lights on a vehicle communicate it is
  8. At minimum, all vehicles, except motorcycles, mopeds and scooters, must have
  9. A solid yellow or amber light at an intersection means that a car should
  10. A double yellow line on a road designates that
  11. This sign tells drivers
  12. Where there are both a solid and a dashed yellow line between opposing lanes of traffic, you may NOT pass
  13. The maximum speed for gravel roads is
  14. When making a turn at an intersection, you should
  15. Headlights should be switched from high to low beams when you are within
  16. Upon approaching a level crossing with flashing lights or other signals that a train is preparing to pass, vehicles must stop
  17. This sign is a reminder that
  18. It is illegal for children to be left unattended in a car if they are under the age of
  19. When exiting private property onto a public street, you should
  20. You may pass a school bus only if
  21. The number of passengers in a car is limited by
  22. This sign may be posted to warn drivers that
  23. When riding at night, bicycles must be equipped with
  24. The speed limit on logging roads is
  25. Vehicle owners are required to carry liability insurance with a minimum coverage of
  26. Excessive speeding in areas with a 100 km/h speed limit is defined as going
  27. This sign posted warns of an
  28. A learner's licence holder caught driving without an accompanying rider will receive
  29. A medical condition listed on your licence as an A, means the licence holder must
  30. A situation considered to be not driving is