In Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, traffic signs and rules play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of drivers, passengers, and pedestrians.


Newfoundland Traffic Rules Test 02

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Turning left from a two way street to another two-way street, you should...?

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An emergency vehicle with lights and/or siren on is approaching you from behind. What should you do?

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At an intersection where stop signs are on all four corners, who has right of way?

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Which of these has to be considered when passing another vehicle?

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When a legal pass is being made, who has the right of way?

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The law demands that you should give a signal when you intend to...?

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A U-turn should only be executed if the road is wide enough to make it in...?

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If your vehicle signal lights are not working, you should signal a right turn by...?

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You may not make a pass within what distance of a crosswalk?

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If your vehicle signal lights are not working, you should signal that you are slowing down or stopping by...?

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You are approaching an intersection with no stop line or crosswalk. What should you do?

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If you approach an intersection with traffic lights which are broken, you should treat it as if...?

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If a police officer instructs you to drive through a red light, you should...?

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On a highway with a passing lane, two cars are level. Ahead the lanes merge together. Who has right-of-way?

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A three-point turn on the highway must be initiated by...?

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A two-point turn is initiated by...?

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Passes may not be made at...?

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You are turning left at an intersection with another vehicle coming towards you. Right-of-way rests with...?

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You may exceed the speed limit in order to pass...?

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You are approaching an intersection with no controls. Another car is approaching from your right. Who has right of way?

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You can make a U-turn near the top of a hill...?

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When you come to a stop at a stop line, you can only proceed once...?

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When moving into a passing lane you should...?

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When you see a visually impaired person extending their white cane at a corner, you should...?

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Turning left from a one way to a two way street, you should turn so that...?

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Some of the most common traffic signs include stop, yield, and speed limit signs. Additionally, drivers must follow specific rules, such as staying within the speed limit and always wearing a seatbelt. It is also important to note that in Newfoundland and Labrador, driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol is strictly prohibited and can result in severe legal consequences. Moreover, driving while using a cell phone is illegal and can result in fines. Adhering to traffic signs and rules in Newfoundland and Labrador is crucial to maintaining a safe and secure driving experience for everyone on the road.

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!