As a territory in northern Canada, Nunavut poses unique challenges and considerations when it comes to traffic and road rules. Due to its remote location and harsh climate, Nunavut has a limited road network, and many communities are only accessible by air or by sea.


Nunavut Traffic Rules Test 02

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You want to drive straight through an intersection but there is a vehicle already there turning left. You should...?

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Whether you have a manual or automatic transmission, your right foot should...?

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If you transgress traffic laws in a construction zone, the fine you will pay will be...?

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If you are approaching a yield sign, you have to give right-of-way to...?

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An emergency vehicle with flashing lights and sirens approaches you from behind as you are on a roundabout. You should...?

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Which of these should you avoid when in control of your vehicle?

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You are driving on a three lane highway at exactly the speed limit. All lanes have light traffic. Which lane should you choose?

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To be legal, your tires must have at least how much tread?

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In which of these situations should you not use cruise control?

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On your dashboard, your tachometer will show...?

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The odometer on your dashboard shows you...?

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You intend to leave a roundabout at the third exit, you should...?

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Who must pull out of the way of an emergency vehicle with lights flashing and/or siren on?

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On Nunavut highways, if you do not have automatic daytime running lights, you must...?

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If your car gets stuck on a railway crossing, you should get your self and your passengers at least how far from the track?

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Which of these is the only circumstance in which you may pass a school bus with red lights flashing?

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When you are following a fire truck with lights and/or siren on, you should not get closer than...?

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At intersections, you should use your signals when you want to...?

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Waiting to turn left at an intersection, your wheels should be pointing...?

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When driving on the highway, you should choose the lane which allows you to go where you want to go and...?

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The best time to check tire pressures is...?

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If two vehicles arrive at an uncontrolled intersection at the same time, which should yield?

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You are approaching an intersection controlled by traffic lights which have obviously stopped working properly. You should treat the intersection as if...?

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At a four-way stop, who has right-of-way?

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When stopping at a crosswalk which does not have a stop line, you should stop...?

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In addition, Nunavut experiences 24-hour darkness in the winter, making driving conditions extremely challenging. Because of these factors, drivers in Nunavut require specialized training and equipment to navigate the terrain safely. Additionally, many parts of Nunavut have wildlife crossings, meaning drivers must be vigilant and aware of potential hazards on the road. Despite these challenges, Nunavut has strict traffic laws to ensure all road users’ safety, and drivers must pass a comprehensive driver’s test before receiving their Nunavut driver’s license. Driving in Nunavut requires a high level of skill, knowledge, and caution, but it can be a rewarding and exhilarating experience for those who are prepared.

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!