DrivingTest.ca is an online driving test practice site that serves all provinces and territories in Canada. Advance through the practice tests at your own pace on any computer, tablet or mobile phone with internet access. While these tests are not the same as the actual ones you will be taking, they can give you a good idea of what to expect. It is all FREE!

Advertisements

Alberta Class 7 Practice Test – Traffic Rules 03

AB-Rules-03

Congratulations - you have completed AB-Rules-03.You scored %%SCORE%% out of %%TOTAL%%.Your performance has been rated as %%RATING%%
Your answers are highlighted below.
Question 1
When you see a yellow flashing pedestrian activated traffic light, you must slow down to...?
A
30 km/h
B
50 km/h
C
40 km/h
D
60 km/h
Question 2
AB5.5U-turns are not permitted in urban areas in which of the following situations?
A
At an intersection controlled by a traffic lights
B
On a roadway between intersections
C
All of these situations
D
Where a sign prohibits making a U-turn
Question 3
AB5.7When you are planning to leave the highway and you miss your exit you should...?
A
Cross the median to turn around
B
Continue to the next exit and make plans to return to your route
C
Make a U-turn and try again
D
Stop and back up on the highway
Question 4
The holder of a Class 7 operator's license may operate...?
A
All of these vehicles
B
A moped
C
A vehicle or combination of vehicles that the holder of a Class 5 operators license may operate as a learner
D
A motorcycle (for learning) if the holder of the license is 16 years of age or older
Question 5
The holder of a Class 4 operator's license may operate...?
A
An ambulance or taxi
B
All of these vehicles
C
All motor vehicles under classes 1, 2, 3 and 6 for learning only
D
A bus that has a seating capacity of not more than 24, excluding the operator
Question 6
AB5.30When visibility becomes so poor that it is no longer safe to continue driving you should...? (Choose 3)
A
Continue to drive at the same speed
B
Turn on your four-way flashers
C
Slow down and move your vehicle well off the road to a safe location
D
Do not attempt to drive until conditions improve
Question 7
To apply for a photo identification card you must...? (Choose 3)
A
Pass the road test
B
Provide acceptable identification
C
Have written consent from a parent or guardian if you are under 18 years of age
D
Be an Alberta resident
Question 8
AB5.28In a traffic circle...?
A
No one yields
B
All must yield
C
The vehicle on the right must yield to the vehicle on its left
D
The vehicle on the left must yield to the vehicle on the right
Question 9
AB5.24When you enter a right-hand curve, you should...?
A
Steer slightly towards the left side of the road
B
Steer slightly towards the centre of the road
C
Adjust your speed and shift to a lower gear
D
Steer slightly towards the right side of the road
Question 10
AB5.18Who is responsible for ensuring that all passengers under the age of 16 years are properly restrained inside a vehicle?
A
The passenger
B
Neither the driver nor the passengers
C
The driver
D
The driver and the passengers
Question 11
AB5.2Anyone found guilty of driving with a blood alcohol concentration over .08 for the first time will be disqualified from driving and their license will be suspended for...?
A
6 months from the date of conviction
B
12 months from the date of conviction
C
36 months from the date of conviction
D
48 months from the date of conviction
Question 12
When driving, fatigue can be deadly. Fatigue can be caused by...? (Choose 3)
A
Driving for long periods of time
B
Lack of sleep or rest
C
Driving too fast
D
Sickness
Question 13
AB5.1Anyone found guilty of driving with a blood alcohol concentration over .08, who has two or more prior alcohol offences in the last 10 years, will be disqualified from holding an operator's license for...?
A
6 months from the date of conviction
B
12 months from the date of conviction
C
18 months from the date of conviction
D
60 months from the date of conviction
Question 14
AB5.26Never use the cruise control feature...? (Choose 3)
A
On winding roads
B
On wet, slippery, snowy or icy surfaces
C
Under ideal highway driving conditions
D
In urban traffic
Question 15
AB5.4If your headlights fail: (Choose 3)
A
Turn the headlight switch on and off
B
If the headlights are still not on, turn on your hazard lights
C
Slow down and pull off the road in a safe place
D
Sound horn
Question 16
Which three factors go into determining how long it takes to stop? (Choose 3)
A
Braking Time
B
Reaction time
C
Tire Conditions
D
Perception Time
Question 17
The vehicle for your road test must be in acceptable working condition and must have...? AB5.12
A
Rear seats
B
Signal lights
C
A heater
D
A spare tire
Question 18
AB5.27Large trucks require...?
A
More space for turning only
B
More time for stopping only
C
More time and space for starting, stopping, and turning
D
Wider lanes
Question 19
The holder of a Class 5 operator's license may operate...?
A
A motor vehicle with a seating capacity of more than 15 while that vehicle is transporting any person other than the driver
B
A motor vehicle transporting passengers for hire
C
A motorcycle
D
A two-axle single motor vehicle
Question 20
An endorsement to use vehicles with air brakes is the...?
A
"K" endorsement
B
"H" endorsement
C
"Q" endorsement
D
"A" endorsement
Question 21
Tourists or visitors from other countries are permitted to use valid operator's licenses for a period of...?
A
9 months
B
3 months
C
12 months
D
6 months
Question 22
AB5.3If a death or injury occurs as a result of driving while impaired, the minimum license suspension , even for a first offender, will be...?
A
12 Months
B
60 Months
C
9 Months
D
36 Months
Question 23
AB5.20Speed limits indicate...?
A
The speed at which you should travel
B
The speed at which experienced drivers should travel
C
The compulsory speed, regardless of road conditions
D
The maximum speed permitted in perfect conditions
Question 24
AB5.29On multi-lane highways, slow-moving traffic should travel...?
A
In the traffic lane to the far right unless the left lane is required to make a left hand turn
B
In the centre lane
C
In the traffic lane to the far left
D
Does not matter
Question 25
A person who applies for, or renews, a class 1, 2 or 4 operator's license must also submit a complete medical report. This is required at what intervals...?
A
Every year after age 65
B
Every two years from age 45 to 65
C
In all these circumstances
D
Every five years to age 45
Question 26
AB5.6When moving from one lane to another, you must...? (Choose 3)
A
Make sure lane changing is allowed
B
Check for traffic by using your rearview and side mirrors
C
Sound your horn
D
Check your blind spot and turn on the correct turn signal
Question 27
AB5.15When an emergency vehicle (ambulance, fire or police) is approaching you from any direction and is sounding a siren, you must yield the right-of-way by...? (Choose 3)
A
Stop until the emergency vehicle has passed and check that no other emergency vehicles are approaching
B
Drive as closely as possible to the right curb or edge of the two-way roadway
C
Immediately moving clear of any intersection
D
Speeding up
Question 28
If you are in a funeral procession, you may follow through an intersection controlled by a stop sign or a red signal without stopping. You must have your headlights on, and may only proceed...?
A
If you are following immediately behind the vehicle ahead
B
If all of these apply
C
If you are not the lead vehicle
D
If it is safe to do so
Question 29
When approaching the end of the passing lane, drivers in the right hand lane must...?
A
Slow down and merge
B
Merge safely with other traffic to the left moving in the same direction
C
Stop for two seconds
D
Speed up and the merge
Question 30
To obtain a Learner's licence you must: (Choose 3)
A
Be 14 years of age or older
B
Pass a road test
C
Have valid identification
D
Pass a vision screening and a knowledge test on the rules of the road
Once you are finished, click the button below. Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect. Get Results
There are 30 questions to complete.
List
Return
Shaded items are complete.
12345
678910
1112131415
1617181920
2122232425
2627282930
End
Return

It is recommended that you take a practice test before you take the actual written test. Please note, however, that this is not the actual test, and you will not receive your license if you pass this sample practice test. If you’re getting your driver's licence, you’ve come to the right place.

Advertisements

Alberta Class 7 Practice Test

This online Alberta class 7 practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Alberta Class 7 knowledge test that is required before you can get your driver’s license. This free practice written driving test is a lesson that is essential for getting your Alberta driver’s license at your local licensing office. It is all FREE!

You can always expect to be tested on:

Traffic signs – You can bet you won’t finish a written knowledge exam without being tested on traffic signs. Sure enough, you know a red octagon is equivalent to a stop sign but what about a long green rectangle? What about that white sign? Or that red sign with a funny drawing that looks like a cliff? It only takes a minute to confirm a sign on the driver’s manual. Even if you probably know what a traffic sign means, it is recommended to re-check on the manual, just for clarity purposes.

The Defensive Driving Course helps you improve your driving skills! If you’ve completed the government approved defensive driving course, you may be able to save on your auto insurance premiums.

Alberta Class7 Rules5
4 (79.36%) 437 votes


Sometimes all it takes to succeed at something is good coaching. This applies to athletes as much as it applies to future drivers. The time spent preparing for the Driver's License written exam is the most crucial to take advantage of properly. With a little help, a perfect mark on the exam is possible, even if it takes more than one try. DRIVINGTEST.CA based solely on the idea of providing a simpler and more user-friendly approach to the world of driving. Our goal is not only to teach people how to safely operate a motor vehicle but also to give the best possible online training for becoming smart & skillful drivers in this highly motorized age.

Advertisements