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Saskatchewan Fines and Limits Test 2024 | SK

SK driver's licence
5 out of 5 • 1 votes.
Based on 2024 SK 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 SK Driver Handbook also includes information about fines, penalties, DUI regulations, and reasons a driver might lose his or her driving privileges. This SK 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 SK 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 SK Driver’s Manual. This Fines, Limits and Regulations test is another step in your journey to becoming an official Saskatchewan driver. Good luck!
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Perfect for:

  • Saskatchewan Learner’s Permit
  • Saskatchewan Driver’s License
  • SK Senior Citizens’ Refresher Test
  • SK Driver’s License Renewal.

What to expect on the actual SK exam:

  • 50 questions
  • 24+16 correct answers to pass
  • 80% passing score
  • Minimum age to apply: 16

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View the most recent (2024) official SK Driver's License Handbook.

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List of questions (classic view)

  1. If an experienced driver is found to have a blood alcohol content (BAC) between 0.04 and 0.08 and this was the driver's first such offence, his or her licence will be immediately suspended for
  2. In the Safe Driver Recognition (SDR) program, a driver automatically moves out of the penalty zone after how many years of safe driving?
  3. If you are found guilty of loaning your licence to another person for fraudulent purposes, you may face which of the following consequences?
  4. The Tort Coverage insurance option comes with a _______ deductible for expenses above the basic package of benefits.
  5. When you're driving at speeds under 60 km/h, you should start to signal at least _______ before you turn.
  6. When stopping on a rural road, you must stop at least _______ from any vehicle that is stopped on the opposite side of the road.
  7. If you are driving at _______ or greater, you should start to signal your intentions at least 150 metres before you turn or change lanes.
  8. The maximum speed limit on a Saskatchewan provincial highway is _______ unless otherwise posted.
  9. Under the Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) program, a learner driver must practise driving for _______ with a supervising driver.
  10. If you approach a school bus with its red lights flashing, you must stop no closer than ______ from the bus.
  11. If you change your name or address, you must notify SGI within
  12. If you are convicted for the second time in a year of using a hand-held cellphone while you're driving, you will face which of the following penalties?
  13. Under Saskatchewan law, you may not use a hand-held cellphone to __________ while you're driving.
  14. In the GDL program, you must practise driving as a Class 5 Novice 2 driver for ________ without incident before you may apply for a Class 5 licence.
  15. If you are found guilty of passing a stopped school bus with its red lights flashing, you will be fined at least
  16. You are preparing to stop at an urban intersection with a stop sign. There is no stop line or crosswalk. You must stop within _______ of the intersection.
  17. When approaching an oncoming vehicle, you must dim your headlights when you're within ________ of that vehicle.
  18. You must dim your headlights whenever you are within ________ of a vehicle that you are following.
  19. You are not required to dim your headlights on a divided highway if the distance between the roadways is at least
  20. By law, you must have your headlights on
  21. A child passenger who is at least ____ years old is NOT required to ride in a booster seat.
  22. If a police officer asks to see your driver's licence and vehicle registration, you may have up to _______ to produce them.
  23. It is a Criminal Code offence to drive a vehicle while your blood alcohol content (BAC) is ______ or more.
  24. If you refuse to provide a breath sample to a police officer upon demand,
  25. If you are convicted of refusing to provide a breath sample upon the demand of a police officer, you will be fined up to
  26. A crash that involves _________ must be reported to police immediately.
  27. If you are found to be driving while your licence is suspended, your vehicle will be impounded for _______ for a first offence.
  28. You may be arrested for
  29. In which of the following situations will a new driver's vehicle NOT be impounded for a first offence?
  30. In which of the following situations is installation of an ignition interlock device NOT required?