In Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, traffic signs and rules are strictly enforced to ensure safe driving practices on the roads.


Newfoundland Traffic Rules Test 03

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When an emergency vehicle with its lights and/or siren approaches on a single lane highway, you should...?

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If you are near a public building (school, church etc) you must not park within what distance of it?

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You should never back up a vehicle unless...?

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When driving at night and being passed by an emergency vehicle, it is common courtesy to...?

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Taking a point directly opposite a fire hydrant on the curb or edge of the road, you may not park within what distance of this point?

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When parking facing uphill on a street with a curb, your wheels should point...?

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Parking is not permitted within what distance of a bus stop?

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When parking facing uphill on a street without a curb, your wheels should point...?

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Parking is not permitted within what distance of a crosswalk?

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If you have an emergency (breakdown, accident, etc) and you do not have emergency flares or indicators, a good way to indicate that you need help is to...?

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When properly parked, the wheels of your vehicles should be within what distance of the curb?

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If you have missed an exit on a divided highway, what should you do?

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Where should your right arm be when you are backing up?

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If you have to park a vehicle on the highway, you must make sure that it can be seen for what distance in both directions?

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Parking is prohibited from what distance of the entrance to a fire station?

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You must not park within what distance of a stop sign or other traffic control signal?

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When is double parking permitted?

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The hand controlling the steering wheel when backing up should begin at what position?

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What proportion of rear-end collisions occur in ideal driving and road conditions?

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When parking facing downhill, your wheels should always point...?

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When choosing a parking space, you should choose one that is around...?

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A good alternative method of measuring following distance, is to make sure your vehicle does not pass a checkpoint asked by the vehicle in front for at least...?

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When parking near a railroad crossing, you must be how far away from it?

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The minimum safe distance for following for ordinary passenger vehicles is...?

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You are approaching a school bus in the opposite lane which has its lights flashing. You should...?

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Common traffic signs include stop, yield, and speed limit signs. Drivers must also adhere to rules regarding right-of-way, turning, and merging. It is important to note that the legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit for drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador is .05, lower than the national limit of .08. Additionally, all drivers and passengers are required by law to wear seat belts while in a vehicle. Failure to follow these rules can result in fines, penalties, and potentially serious accidents. Along with proper use of traffic signs and rules, practicing defensive driving techniques can help ensure a safer driving experience for all on the roads.

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!