NEWFOUNDLAND TRAFFIC RULES 01

Newfoundland and Labrador have a specific set of traffic signs and rules that drivers need to follow when driving within the region.

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Newfoundland Traffic Rules Test 01

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What is the permitted blood-alcohol content for a novice driver in Newfoundland?

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Your front signal lights must be visible from a distance of...?

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Who is responsible for making sure that a passenger of 16 years of age or over is wearing a seatbelt?

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Your front signal lights must be of what colour?

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The lap belt on a seatbelt should be tight across...?

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When a vehicle is merging onto a divided highway, who has the right of way?

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The headlights of your motor vehicle must give off a beam of white light which will reveal another person or vehicle at what distance?

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You will not be able to see a car in the next lane in your rearview mirror when...?

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When driving on a Class 5 Level II licence, a novice driver must be accompanied if driving between the hours of...?

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Your rear signal lights must be visible from what distance?

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You see a car ahead of you on a divided highway about to merge. You are in the right-hand lane. You should...?

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If you disobey a speed limit in a construction zone, the fine you would normally receive will be...?

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When driving with a Class 5 level I (learner's) license, a driver must be accompanied by a licensed driver with how many years of driving experience in Class 5 or higher?

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Your license plate must have a white light attached which is visible from a distance of...?

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Transport Canada recommends that children should be properly restrained in the rear seats until they reach what age?

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The maximum fine for not wearing a seat belt properly is...?

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How much tread depth must the tires on your vehicle have as a minimum?

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If you use a handheld cellular telephone while driving in Newfoundland and Labrador, you will be fined and be given how many demerit points?

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An infant must be properly restrained in a correctly installed infant carrier facing the rear of the vehicle until they reach what weight?

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you cannot see through the rear window. In these circumstances, how many outside mirrors are you required to have on your vehicle?

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Your rear signal lights must be what colour?

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When leaving a divided highway, you should start to slow down…?

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Once an infant has outgrown a rear facing car seat, they must be restrained in a forward facing car seat until they reach what weight?

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The first thing to do when changing lanes is to...?

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Your taillights must be visible from what distance?

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Various types of traffic signs provide information regarding speed limits, road conditions, construction zones, and other significant factors that impact driver safety. Drivers must pay close attention to these signs and act accordingly to avoid accidents and traffic violations. Moreover, traffic rules in Newfoundland and Labrador include adhering to the speed limits, wearing seat belts, yielding to pedestrians, following road markings, and driving defensively. Road safety is highly prioritized in Newfoundland and Labrador, and strict enforcement of traffic laws and regulations is in place to ensure public safety. As a result, drivers are expected to be highly responsible and mindful of their actions on the road to prevent accidents and promote safe driving practices.

This online road rules practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Newfoundland Class 5 Level I test required before you can get your driver’s license. This free practice written driving test is a lesson that is essential for getting your Newfoundland 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!