Traffic and road rules in Nunavut, Canada, are unique due to the remote and harsh environment of the territory. One of the most important rules in Nunavut is to always be aware of wildlife on the roads, especially during the winter months when caribou and muskoxen are known to migrate in search of food.


Nunavut Traffic Rules Test 03

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When parking uphill when there is a curb, you should turn your wheels...?

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You may not park with him what distance of a fire hydrant?

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In a normal family car, the biggest blind spots are...?

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When parallel parked, you must have your nearside wheels within what distance of the curb?

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When parking near a railway crossing, you must stay at least what distance from the nearest rail?

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When you move into another vehicle's lane, what type of vehicle does it have to be to have right-of-way?

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When joining an exit lane, start to reduce speed...?

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It's illegal to park...?

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You want to park near a traffic light. You must remain how far away?

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When another driver is trying to pass you, you must...?

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When parking downhill, with or without a curb, your wheels should point...?

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You must not park within what distance of a crosswalk or intersection?

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When is it legal to exceed the speed limit when making an overtake?

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When you reach the end of an accelerating lane, you should...?

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Most high occupancy vehicle lanes operate...?

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You must not make a U-turn where you cannot be seen by other traffic for...?

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When parking uphill in a place with no curb, your wheels should point...?

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Parking facing uphill with a standard transmission, you should leave your vehicle in...?

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Turning left from a two-way road onto a two-way road, you should go...?

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You should never drive so fast that you can't stop within...?

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Not signaling when you change lanes is...?

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When driving on the highway, you should be scanning for hazards up to...?

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When is it legal to turn across a solid line, provided there are no signs specifically prohibiting it?

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Turning left from a one way onto a two-way road, you should turn from...?

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You see a vehicle up ahead joining your highway from an entrance lane. You should...?

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The territory also has a strict speed limit of 90 kilometers per hour on most highways, and drivers are advised to decrease speed during windy and icy conditions. All drivers must always use headlights, even during the day, to increase visibility on the often-desolate roads. In addition, all drivers must carry emergency supplies such as warm clothing, food, water, and a first-aid kit, as help may be far away in an emergency. While driving in Nunavut can be challenging due to its remote location and extreme weather conditions, following these rules can ensure a safe and successful journey.

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!