Nunavut, the northernmost territory in Canada, has unique traffic and road rules that differ from the rest of the country. With its extreme weather conditions and vast open spaces, Nunavut’s roads can often be unpredictable and challenging to navigate.


Nunavut Traffic Rules Test 01

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If your car has convex mirrors, it makes objects look...?

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When you're driving in the city, you should be able to recognize hazards...?

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Motorcycles and bicycles are often...?

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An ambulance is approaching you from behind with its siren on. You should...?

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Most driving injuries or deaths occur...?

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You are giving a friend a lift and s/he doesn't put a seatbelt on. What's your response?

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Holding the steering wheel, your arms should be...?

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When you're not sure what another road user is planning to do, you should...?

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You see an unfamiliar sign and you're not sure what it means. You should...?

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Somebody is honking their horn, trying to make you take a turn about which you are not sure. What should you do?

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At least every eight seconds, you should check in...?

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You can become impaired for driving through taking which of these?

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It's illegal to smoke in any vehicle being driven in Nunavut if it contains passengers under the age of...?

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If somebody is pressurizing you to speed, for example by tailgating you, you should...?

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Parking facing downhill with a standard transmission, you should leave the vehicle in...?

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The lap strap on a seatbelt should fit...?

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If your car has air bags, your seatbelt is necessary...?

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You should make sure that you are at least how far from the driver's airbag when seated in your driving position?

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Turning left at an intersection in ideal conditions, it will take you how long to turn left and get your speed up to 50 km/h?

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It is recommended that children should not be allowed to sit in the front seat of a car until they are at least what age?

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You should always make a shoulder check...?

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It is recommended that children should remain in booster seats until they are at least what height?

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Proper use of child car seats and booster seats reduces risk of death in an accident by...?

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When driving you should the operating a cycle of observation all round you which should be repeated at least every...?

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A child must be placed in a rear facing, backseat car seat until they are at least one year old and weigh more than...?

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In this territory, drivers should be aware of the strict speed limits imposed and understand the importance of taking extra precautions when driving in areas with wildlife. It is also essential to be mindful of the road conditions, especially during the harsh winter, when snow and ice can create treacherous driving conditions. In addition to these general road rules, Nunavut has several specialized laws, such as mandatory seatbelt use and child safety seats. To ensure safety on the road and avoid penalties or fines, drivers in Nunavut need to adhere to these unique traffic regulations.

This online traffic rules practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Nunavut Class 7 learner’s driver’s license that is required before you can get your driver’s license. This free practice written driving test is a lesson that is essential for getting your Nunavut 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. You’ve come to the right place, whether you’re getting your Commercial Driver’s License, Learner’s Permit, or Motorcycle License. It is all FREE!