Traffic and driving rules in New Brunswick, Canada, are regulated by the provincial government to ensure the safety of all road users. The province has a stringent driving test that tests the driver’s knowledge of the road rules and ability to operate a vehicle safely.


New Brunswick Traffic Rules Test 01

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Failing to report a collision will incur how many points in New Brunswick?

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The accumulation of how many points in New Brunswick results in an automatic suspension?

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If you park unlawfully in a zone reserved for the disabled, how many points will you incur?

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You should not park more than how far from the curb?

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When attempting to parallel park, you should start your manoeuvre level with the car ahead of the parking spot and how far away from it?

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Your motor vehicle must be equipped with a horn that can be heard at a minimum distance of...?

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In broad daylight, your brake lights must be capable of being seen from a distance of...?

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By law, you are required to advise the New Brunswick Motor Vehicle Branch of any change of address or name on your licence within...?

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You must have a headlight with an upper beam which can show the way ahead clearly for how far?

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You shouldn't move an injured person at the scene of an accident unless...?

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Your vehicle must have a white light to illuminate the rear license plate making it clearly readable at a minimum distance of...?

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In a parallel parking situation, you should finish your parking manoeuvre with your front bumper approximately how far from the car in front?

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A driver on a Class 7 Graduated (learner's) licence who loses all his/her points will be suspended for a minimum of how long?

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What is the maximum number of foglamps your motor vehicle is permitted?

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When parked on a roadway or shoulder, a car is parked illegally unless it can be seen, whether by natural light, streetlight, or with lights on the vehicle, for...?

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The maximum number of points incurred for speeding in New Brunswick is 5. This sanction will be applied if you are found speeding at how much over the posted speed limit?

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Vehicles which do not possess headlamps must not be driven on the road when there is not sufficient light to clearly identify persons or vehicles at a distance of...?

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If you break down or have an accident at night and your vehicle cannot be completely removed from the highway, you must place a portable reflector...?

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When approaching another vehicle with headlamps on, you must dim your lights before they get within...?

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If you are convicted for failing to stop when requested by a peace officer a court can suspend your licence for up to how long?

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The holder of a Class 7 Level I license is not eligible to drive between what hours?

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When driving in New Brunswick you must maintain a blood-alcohol level of 0% if you are under...?

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In New Brunswick, the suspension for any conviction under the Criminal Code involving the use of a motor vehicle incurs how long a suspension for the first offence?

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The taillights of your vehicle must be...?

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When following another vehicle which you are not about to pass, your headlights must be dipped at all times when you are within what distance of them?

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This online practice rules test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the New Brunswick Class 7 level I Novice learner’s license 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 New Brunswick driver’s license at your local licensing office. Please note, however, that this is not the actual test, and you will not receive your license if you pass this practice test. It is all FREE!