NOVA SCOTIA TRAFFIC RULES 04

Nova Scotia is a popular maritime province in Canada, known for its breathtaking scenery and friendly people. To make the most of this picturesque province, it’s important to pay attention to traffic and road rules.

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Nova Scotia Traffic Rules Test 04

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When travelling through a work zone, you should...?

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Which of these is the most optimal position for your hands on the steering wheel?

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The minimum tread depth necessary for your tires to be legal is...?

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If a child weighs more than 18 kg but is less than 145 cm tall and less than nine years old they must...?

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The only thing permitted on your windshield is...?

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if you start to feel drowsy when driving, you should...?

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When you are approaching a motorcycle, you must remember that a motorcyclist is entitled to...?

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The most common cause of highway crashes in Nova Scotia is...?

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The Administrative Licence Suspension Program provides for what suspension if you refuse to give a breath sample?

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Your front parking light or reflector must be of what colour?

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If you cause death by driving when impaired, you can be convicted under the Criminal Code of Canada and sent to prison for up to...?

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As you drive, you should be...?

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Children in cars must ride in a rear facing infant seat until they are...?

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Your lights must be on at any time when conditions mean there is not enough light to identify a person on the highway how far ahead?

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You must have a white light which illuminates your number plate so that it can be readable from what distance away?

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Defensive driving means...?

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In Nova Scotia, you must use your headlights between...?

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If your wheels lock under braking, you should...?

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When a lane is closed, you should merge into the next lane...?

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It is not compulsory to wear a seatbelt if...?

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Your vehicle must be equipped with a horn that can be heard at a distance of...?

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If your vehicle is more than 2.05 m in width, your turn signals must be plainly visible in normal sunlight from how far away?

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Your brake lights must be red and plainly visible from a distance of...?

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Studded tyres are only legal in Nova Scotia between October 15 and...?

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On your fourth offence of driving while impaired in Nova Scotia within 10 years, you will lose your licence ...?

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In Nova Scotia, drivers must always follow the posted speed limits, which vary depending on the road conditions and areas. Additionally, all drivers are required to wear a seatbelt while driving, and it is strictly prohibited to use cell phones while driving. Moreover, drivers must adhere to a zero-tolerance policy regarding impaired driving, with severe consequences for those caught violating this law. Lastly, it’s important to be aware of the wildlife crossing the roads, especially during nighttime hours. By following these rules and producing good driving habits, you can ensure your safety and the safety of others while exploring this beautiful province.

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!