Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada has a well-established system of traffic signs and rules to ensure the safety of drivers and pedestrians alike. Some common traffic signs in this province include stop signs, yield signs, speed limit signs, and no parking signs.


Newfoundland Traffic Rules Test 04

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Legally, you should have your lights on between what times?

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How should you warn drivers behind that you are slowing down or preparing to stop?

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If you start to skid and you have a front wheel drive vehicle, to pull out of it you should...?

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On paved highways other than the TransCanada Highway, the speed limit is...?

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Which of these is the only situation in which you should use your high beam headlights?

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Coming up behind another vehicle, you should dim your headlights before you are within...?

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When driving through settlements or school zones, the speed limit is...?

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To avoid being blinded by the glare from oncoming cars, you should...?

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If your wheels lock up on a patch of ice and you have conventional brakes, you should...?

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On gravel roads, the speed limit is...?

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If you experience a tire blowout, you should...?

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In addition to nighttime driving, you should must turn on your headlights when visibility is less than...?

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When it's raining, at what time will the roads be at their most slippery?

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In very dense (zero visibility) fog, you should...?

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Tests have shown that aggressive driving can increase fuel consumption by...?

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You are obliged legally to report a collision to the police if a person has been injured or the total financial damage appears to be more than...?

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Leaving the scene of an accident can incur a prison sentence of up to...?

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When meeting oncoming traffic at night, you should dim your headlights before you get within...?

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If you cause the death of another person by driving while impaired, you can go to prison for up to...?

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At night, you should never drive so fast that...?

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If another vehicle suddenly appears on a collision course with you, the first thing you should do is...?

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By mileage, there are how many times more fatal collisions at night then there are during daylight hours?

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Studies have shown that at least one driver had been drinking in what percentage of fatal accidents?

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On the paved portions of the TransCanada Highway, the speed limit is...?

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If you drift or forced onto the shoulder of the road, you should...?

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Motorists should always be aware of pedestrian crossings marked with zebra and flashing lights. It is important to note that Newfoundland and Labrador use the metric system for speed limits, with the maximum speed limit being 100 kilometers per hour on the Trans-Canada Highway. Drivers must also follow detailed rules, such as always driving on the right-hand side of the road, wearing seatbelts, and never driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Failure to follow these rules can result in hefty fines and even suspension of driver’s licenses. Traffic safety in Newfoundland and Labrador is a top priority, and all drivers should be aware of and obey the road rules.

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!