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Alberta Driving Test Class 7 – Traffic Rules 03

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Question 1
AB5.24 When you enter a right-hand curve, you should...?
A
Steer slightly towards the left side of the road
B
Adjust your speed and shift to a lower gear
C
Steer slightly towards the right side of the road
D
Steer slightly towards the centre of the road
Question 2
AB5.28 In a traffic circle...?
A
The vehicle on the right must yield to the vehicle on its left
B
No one yields
C
All must yield
D
The vehicle on the left must yield to the vehicle on the right
Question 3
When you see a yellow flashing pedestrian activated traffic light, you must slow down to...?
A
50 km/h
B
40 km/h
C
30 km/h
D
60 km/h
Question 4
If a death or injury occurs as a result of driving while impaired, the minimum license suspension , even for a first offender, will be...?
A
36 Months
B
9 Months
C
60 Months
D
12 Months
Question 5
AB5.20 Speed limits indicate...?
A
The speed at which experienced drivers should travel
B
The compulsory speed, regardless of road conditions
C
The maximum speed permitted in perfect conditions
D
The speed at which you should travel
Question 6
When moving from one lane to another, you must...? (Choose 3)
A
Check your blind spot and turn on the correct turn signal
B
Sound your horn
C
Check for traffic by using your rearview and side mirrors
D
Make sure lane changing is allowed
Question 7
AB5.29 On multi-lane highways, slow-moving traffic should travel...?
A
In the centre lane
B
Does not matter
C
In the traffic lane to the far left
D
In the traffic lane to the far right unless the left lane is required to make a left hand turn
Question 8
Never use the cruise control feature...? (Choose 3)
A
In urban traffic
B
Under ideal highway driving conditions
C
On winding roads
D
On wet, slippery, snowy or icy surfaces
Question 9
How many demerit points will be recorded against your license for failing to remain at the scene of an accident?
A
7 Points
B
4 Points
C
12 Points
D
5 Points
Question 10
How many demerit points will be recorded against your license for failing to yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian in a crosswalk?
A
4 Points
B
6 Points
C
5 Points
D
3 Points
Question 11
AB5.30 When visibility becomes so poor that it is no longer safe to continue driving you should...? (Choose 3)
A
Do not attempt to drive until conditions improve
B
Slow down and move your vehicle well off the road to a safe location
C
Continue to drive at the same speed
D
Turn on your four-way flashers
Question 12
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 13
When driving, fatigue can be deadly. Fatigue can be caused by...? (Choose 3)
A
Driving too fast
B
Driving for long periods of time
C
Lack of sleep or rest
D
Sickness
Question 14
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 all of these apply
B
If it is safe to do so
C
If you are not the lead vehicle
D
If you are following immediately behind the vehicle ahead
Question 15
AB5.27 Large trucks require...?
A
More time for stopping only
B
Wider lanes
C
More space for turning only
D
More time and space for starting, stopping, and turning
Question 16
AB5.4If your headlights fail: (Choose 3)
A
Sound horn
B
Slow down and pull off the road in a safe place
C
Turn the headlight switch on and off
D
If the headlights are still not on, turn on your hazard lights
Question 17
AB5.7 When you are planning to leave the highway and you miss your exit you should...?
A
Make a U-turn and try again
B
Continue to the next exit and make plans to return to your route
C
Cross the median to turn around
D
Stop and back up on the highway
Question 18
What you cannot see a vehicle in your rear and side-view mirrors it is said to be in your...?
A
Safe zone
B
Dark area
C
Blind spot
D
Danger zone
Question 19
AB5.2 Anyone 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
12 months from the date of conviction
B
36 months from the date of conviction
C
48 months from the date of conviction
D
6 months from the date of conviction
Question 20
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
6 months
D
12 months
Question 21
Who is responsible for ensuring that all passengers under the age of 16 years are properly restrained inside a vehicle?
A
The driver
B
The passenger
C
The driver and the passengers
D
Neither the driver nor the passengers
Question 22
Which three factors go into determining how long it takes to stop? (Choose 3)
A
Perception Time
B
Reaction time
C
Braking Time
D
Tire Conditions
Question 23
The vehicle for your road test must be in acceptable working condition and must have...? AB5.12
A
A heater
B
Rear seats
C
A spare tire
D
Signal lights
Question 24
AB5.5 U-turns are not permitted in urban areas in which of the following situations?
A
All of these situations
B
At an intersection controlled by a traffic lights
C
Where a sign prohibits making a U-turn
D
On a roadway between intersections
Question 25
AB5.15 When 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
Immediately moving clear of any intersection
B
Stop until the emergency vehicle has passed and check that no other emergency vehicles are approaching
C
Drive as closely as possible to the right curb or edge of the two-way roadway
D
Speeding up
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Things to Know about Alberta Class 7 Driving Test

So, you want to take Alberta driving test class 7. You want to gather more information before deciding the next step. The class 7 license will bring you closer to a full driver’s license. Yes, class 7 is the first driver’s license, and then you can move to a class 5 license. In the following, we will know more about a class 7 license and how to get one.

 

Why Do You Need an Alberta Class 7 license?

Alberta Class 7 TestThe class 7 license is a learner license. Yes, it can enable you to operate class 5 vehicles that include pickup trucks and SUVs. However, you will have to drive under the guidance of a fully licensed driver. That means a class 7 license will not enable you to operate SUVs and other mentioned vehicles yourself. However, it will allow you to drive a moped without any guidance.

If you want to get this license, you will have to take tests. Most importantly, you will need the consent of your parents when your age is below eighteen. Apart from that, you will have to pass a vision test.

 

More about Alberta Class 7 Drivers License

You will have to know about class 7 rules, restrictions, and regulations to pass the class 7 knowledge test. When it comes to age requirements, the minimum age to get this license is fourteen years. However, you will need your parent’s consent to take the driving test. You can write the test without your parent’s permission after 18. Alberta class 7 license will be valid for twelve months or even more. Also, you will have the option to renew your class 7 license many times.

 

 What Are the Restrictions?

The class 7 license will enable you to operate a vehicle. However, there will be some restrictions. As it is your first driving license, you will have to follow some rules to drive safely. Here are a few things you need to follow while operating your vehicle with a class 7 license.

  • Driving at night: You will not be allowed to drive between midnight and 5 am.
  • Impaired driving: 0.0 BAC while operating a vehicle. There should not be any drugs in your system.
  • Passengers: There should not be any passengers in your vehicle.
  • License: You will not be allowed to upgrade this license to commercial licenses.
  • Driver: You cannot work as an associated driver.
  • Demerits: The class 7 license will be invalid if you have eight demerit points.

How to Get a Class 7 License

You will have to take a knowledge test to get a class 7 license. The test is all about knowing your driving skills. If you want to pass the test, you will have to cover the Alberta Drivers Handbook thoroughly. It is worth mentioning that all the questions will come from the class 7 Handbook directly. Therefore, you will have to ensure that you have gone through the class 7 handbook many times. Also, the Drivers Handbook is easily accessible. You can download a copy and read it in your free time. Once you know the driving rules, you can consider taking practice tests.

There are many online practice tests. You can write as many as you want to be fully confident about your driving skills. Also, practice tests will make you familiar with the question type and format. As a result, you can write the official test confidently.

Alberta Driving Test Class 7 Requirements

As stated earlier, the class 7 license is the first step to get a full driver’s license. When it comes to the test, it will test some basic knowledge about traffic signs and road rules. Also, it will ask questions about safe driving measures. Here are a few things that can help you to understand the knowledge test better.

  • The test will have only multiple types of questions.
  • It will have thirty multiple-choice questions, and you will have to write twenty-five correct answers. When the score is less than twenty-five, you cannot pass the test.
  • You will have to take the knowledge test on a computer.
  • You will have enough time to write the test. There are thirty questions, and the test duration is sixty minutes. That means you will have two minutes for each question.
  • You can write the test at an Alberta Registry Agent office.
  • You do not need an appointment to take the test.
  • You cannot take more than one test a day.

In addition to these, you will have to show some certificates to prove your identity. You can use Alberta’s proof of residency or citizenship for this purpose. As mentioned above, you will have to pass a vision test as well. Once you pass the knowledge and vision test, you can get a class 7 license. The cost for this license is $84.45. Apart from that, you will have to pay $17.60 to write the test.

 

Do I Need Any Additional Preparation?

No, if you have thoroughly covered the class 7 handbook, you do not need to look for any other resources. The book has everything that will come in the knowledge test. Therefore, if you read this handbook only, you can pass the official test. However, you can hone your skills with practice tests. The practice tests will have the same format and question types. If you take many practice tests, you can write most of the correct answers.

 

 Tips to Pass the Knowledge Test

  • You will have to cover the class 7 Handbook thoroughly. It is a must if you want to pass the test and write all the correct answers.
  • Take practice tests to be familiar with question types and format. Also, practice tests will help to know your preparation level. If you cannot write all the correct answers, you should keep trying until you scored good marks a few times. After performing well in practice tests, you can take the official test.
  • Read all the questions carefully since you will have enough time to write the test. Otherwise, you might end up choosing the wrong answers.

Alberta driving test class 7 will enable you to operate a vehicle. However, it is not a full driver’s license, and you will have to get a full driver’s license to enjoy your driving more.