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Alberta Learners Test – Traffic Rules 01

AB-Rules-01

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Question 1
AB3.10Which of the following hand-and-arm signals is correct for slowing or stopping?
A
Arm out and up
B
Arm out and down
C
Arm straight out the window
D
A circular motion
Question 2
AB3.12A solid white lane on a roadway means...?
A
You may pass at any time
B
Lane changing is not permitted
C
You may pass if the way is clear
D
Passing only permitted during day light hours
Question 3
AB3.15What is the driver of a motor vehicle not permitted to carry in a house or boat trailer?
A
Persons
B
Pets
C
Flammable material
D
Firearms
Question 4
AB3.16A school bus with red signal lights flashing is stopped. What does the law require you to do?
A
Sound your horn as you approach
B
Stop 20 meters away
C
Wait for approaching vehicles to pass
D
Reduce speed and pass with care
Question 5
AB3.18When two vehicles approach a four-way stop sign intersection at right angles to each other and at the same time:
A
The vehicle travelling fastest should have priority
B
Neither vehicle should have priority
C
The vehicle approaching from the right should be given the courtesy of proceeding first
D
The vehicle approaching from the left should be given the courtesy of proceeding first
Question 6
AB3.7The minimum safe following distance in traffic is...?
A
Five car lengths to the vehicle ahead
B
A two second gap to the vehicle ahead
C
A one second gap to the vehicle ahead
D
Seven car lengths to the vehicle ahead
Question 7
AB3.30Wearing a seat belt in a collision will...?
A
Increase your chance of being injured or killed
B
Make it harder for you to be recovered from the vehicle
C
Make no difference
D
Decrease your chance of being injured or killed
Question 8
AB3.11A broken line at the left of your lane means...?
A
You may pass at any time
B
You may only pass during daylight hours
C
You may never pass
D
You may pass if the way is clear
Question 9
AB3.1In all conditions you should drive at a speed that will allow you to...?
A
Stop within a safe distance
B
Stop within 60 m
C
Stop within 90 m
D
Stop within 150 m
Question 10
AB3.29Travelling at high speeds increases fuel consumption. For every 10 km/h above 90 km/h, you will burn how much more fuel?
A
5%
B
15%
C
25%
D
10%
Question 11
AB3.27If there is no stop line or marked crosswalk at an intersection, you must stop within how many metres of the intersecting roadway?
A
7
B
1
C
2
D
3
Question 12
AB3.19Vehicles approaching a steady red traffic light may...?
A
Turn left from a one-way street to a one-way street, after a complete stop, unless prohibited
B
Turn right without stopping
C
Drive straight through after coming to a complete stop
D
Turn left without stopping
Question 13
AB3.3Most automobile skids are a result of:...?
A
Driving too fast
B
Under-inflated tires
C
Over-inflated tires
D
Snow or ice on the road
Question 14
AB3.17Upon approaching a stop sign, a driver must...?
A
Stop then proceed when safe to do so
B
Slow down and proceed if the way is clear
C
Stop, sound the horn and then proceed
D
Slow down, sound the horn and proceed
Question 15
AB3.23The key to emergency braking is to:
A
Try to lock the wheels
B
Steer to the left
C
Stop the vehicle as quickly as possible without locking the wheels
D
Steer to the right
Question 16
AB3.20If a pedestrian is using a white cane it indicates that...?
A
The rules of the road do not apply to the pedestrian
B
The pedestrian needs assistance
C
The pedestrian is hearing impaired
D
The pedestrian is visually impaired
Question 17
AB3.6When parking facing downhill you should...?
A
Leave your front wheels parallel to the curb
B
Turn your front wheels to the left and set your parking brake
C
Turn your front wheels towards the curb or right shoulder
D
Just set your parking brake
Question 18
AB3.4If a tire blows out you should...?
A
Keep your foot on brake and steer to the right
B
Apply heavy braking
C
Keep your foot on brake and steer to the left
D
Take your foot off the gas pedal and steer the vehicle firmly in the direction you want to go
Question 19
AB3.24At an uncontrolled intersection (without traffic signs or traffic lights), you should...?
A
Yield the right-of-way to any vehicle on your right
B
Yield the right of way to any vehicle that moving faster than you
C
Yield the right-of-way to any vehicle on your left
D
Yield the right-of-way to any vehicle approaching you
Question 20
AB3.21A yield sign indicates that...?
A
You must slow down, stop if necessary and go only when the way is clear
B
You are required to come to a full stop
C
Oncoming traffic must yield to you
D
Pedestrians must yield to you
Question 21
AB3.22If your vehicle is having mechanical problems, you should...?
A
Change lanes safely and move off the road
B
Try to make repairs at the roadside
C
Have all occupants stay inside the vehicle
D
Stop on a bridge or in a tunnel
Question 22
AB3.26A pedestrian facing a flashing or steady hand or don't walk symbol should...?
A
Not start to cross but finish crossing the street if they have already started
B
Ignore it
C
Cross slowly
D
Take a chance and cross
Question 23
AB3.8Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit on a provincial highway outside an urban area is...?
A
50 km/h
B
60 km/h
C
90 km/h
D
100 km/h
Question 24
AB3.25Directions given by a police officer overrule...?
A
All traffic signs and signals
B
Traffic signals, but not traffic signs
C
Traffic signs, but not traffic signals
D
Neither traffic signs or traffic signals
Question 25
AB3.14When entering a freeway you should...?
A
Slow down, and then enter the freeway at a sharp angle
B
Drive slowly and be prepared to stop for traffic already on the freeway
C
Stop in the acceleration lane, wait for an opening, then enter the freeway rapidly.
D
Signal and increase your speed to merge smoothly with traffic
Question 26
AB3.9Before moving off from a parked position, you should...?:
A
Sound your horn and pull away from the curb slowly
B
Check for other traffic, signal and pull away from the curb quickly
C
Signal and pull away from the curb
D
Always signal and check for traffic, pulling out only when it is safe to do so
Question 27
AB3.5When driving in heavy fog, you should use...?
A
Parking lights and high beam headlights
B
High beam headlights
C
Low beam headlights
D
Parking lights
Question 28
AB3.28It is illegal to pass another vehicle when: (Choose 3)
A
Approaching vehicles are too close
B
A broken yellow line is on your side of the centre line
C
A sign indicates a no-passing zone
D
A solid yellow line is on your side of the centre line outside of urban areas
Question 29
AB3.2How close may you legally park to a fire hydrant?
A
5m
B
2m
C
1m
D
4m
Question 30
AB3.13Where there are no posted speed limits the maximum speed in cities, towns, villages and built-up areas is...?
A
40km/h
B
50km/h
C
30km/h
D
60km/h
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6 Tips to Pass Your Alberta Learners Test

When most people think of driving tests, the road test is what comes to mind. For many student drivers, this is the most nerve-wracking stage of earning a driver’s license; however, there is also the written portion. You cannot afford to overlook that part of the test. Follow the tips below to pass your Alberta learners test on the first try.

1. Learn Your Local Laws

This will require you to get a handbook at your local registry office or to download one. Of course, you must also take the time to study your handbook once you have it. Drivers’ handbooks can be long. Note that there is no need to memorize everything in it right away. Start with a little light skimming to get a basic understanding of what is in it before you attempt to study.

2. Take a Practice Test

Practice is one of the keys to acquiring any new skill, including everything that you have to know to drive well. Practicing the written Alberta learners test early on in the study process will allow you to gauge your skill level and show up any gaps in your knowledge.

3. Look for a Study Guide

An online cheat sheet can make studying for the test much easier, especially if you are pressed for time.

4. Over-Prepare

The written test is more than just a formality. Consider the fact that it concerns matters like speed limits in school zones and other areas. These can literally be considered life or death matters. Take the test seriously and study for it accordingly.

5. Re-take Practice Tests

After you have studied some more, you should take another practice test to evaluate your improvement. As with the driving part of your skills, the more practice you get, the more likely you are to be successful.

6. Read Carefully When Taking the Test

Concentrate on wording in the test to make sure that you understand everything before you start answering. You want to avoid making mistakes by rushing through the questions.

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