NOVA SCOTIA TRAFFIC RULES 03

Driving in Nova Scotia requires drivers to follow strict traffic and road rules to ensure their safety and the safety of others. Speed limits vary depending on the type of road and conditions, with an average of 50km/h in the city and 100km/h on highways.

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Nova Scotia Traffic Rules Test 03

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When parking your car, you must make sure you are not within what distance of an intersection?

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When passing another vehicle at night, you should...?

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Which of these things will help to improve your driving if you have been drinking?

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When you're backing up, the hand controlling the wheel should be at what position?

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Parking is not permitted within what distance of an official flashing beacon, stop sign, yield sign or traffic control signal?

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On a multilane highway, you are intending to move into the lane to the left of you. You should carefully check...?

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When emerging from an alleyway or driveway, you should first...?

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If a person behind you sounds their horn to let you know they are going to pass...?

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When making any turn, it's important that you check...?

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As you make a turn, you should not use which of these once you are within the intersection?

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Roundabouts are designed to be taken at speeds of...?

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If you are entering a roundabout, which of these people is obliged to yield to you?

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When you are being passed, you must not...?

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When driving on a controlled access highway you should stop in indicated rest areas at least every...?

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When parking, your curbside wheels must be within what distance of the curb or edge of the road?

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In which of these situations can you pass a school bus which has red flashing lights on?

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You must not park within what distance of a crosswalk?

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It is illegal to pass on a hill or a curve if you cannot see for at least how far ahead?

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When turning left from a one-way road into a two-way road, you should go...?

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You are following another vehicle which begins to overtake a truck which you also wish to pass. You should...?

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As you move into a lane outside you, you should...?

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Which of these medicines can result in your driving impaired?

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If you see a school bus with amber flashing lights, you should...?

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If you are parking on a hill, your wheels should be pointing...?

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if you want to park near a railway crossing, you must make sure that you are how far away from the nearest rail to you?

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It is mandatory to wear seatbelts, use child restraints, and obey traffic lights and signs. Roads in Nova Scotia can be treacherous during the winter months, with snow and ice accumulation leading to reduced visibility and slippery conditions. Winter tires are a legal requirement from December 15 to March 31. Drinking and driving is also strictly prohibited, with the legal blood alcohol limit set at 0.05%. Following traffic and road rules is crucial to ensure safe and responsible driving in Nova Scotia.

This online practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Nova Scotia Class 7 Driving 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 Nova Scotia 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!