NUNAVUT TRAFFIC RULES 04

In Nunavut, Canada, traffic and road rules are extremely important to ensure safe and efficient travel. Due to the vast and remote nature of the territory, many roads in Nunavut are unpaved and maintained by local communities.

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Nunavut Traffic Rules Test 04

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Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed permitted outside towns and cities in Nunavut is...?

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Driving a vehicle with a high center of gravity, such as a camper van, should make you do what on curves?

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What percentage of injurious/fatal collisions occur at intersections?

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To help keep your line in a curve, you should start to accelerate when you have completed...?

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On a multilane road, the safest lane is often...?

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You should leave a following distance (in ideal conditions) between your vehicle and the vehicle in front so that when the other vehicle's rear bumper passes a fixed point, you do not reach that point for...?

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On a two lane road you should position yourself...?

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You should increase the amount of space you leave around your vehicle if...?

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Which of these would affect the amount of traction your vehicle can gain on the road?

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Approaching a sharp curve where you can't see very far ahead, you should...?

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Before you make a backing maneuver, you must check...?

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Unless posted otherwise, the speed limit in towns and cities in Yukon is...?

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If you are stopped at an intersection and turning right, how long would it take you to make the turn and get your speed up to 50 km/h?

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Why is it illegal to coast downhill in neutral or with the clutch in?

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The ideal speed on any road is...?

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In ideal conditions, a vehicle stopped at an intersection will take how long to cross when going straight ahead?

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Someone decides to illegally overtake you on a sharp curve, what should you do?

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Stopping behind another vehicle at an intersection, what gap should you leave between your vehicle and it?

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In bad weather conditions, your following distance should become at least...?

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Typically, between identifying hazards and taking appropriate action, what time will elapse?

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When you go round a curve, inertia will try to keep you...?

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You want to back out of the driveway and can't see the sidewalk. You should...?

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As you drive, you should keep at least how much clear space on each side of your vehicle?

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You should increase your following distance if...?

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When you go around a curve, inertia will force you off the road if you...?

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Drivers need to be aware of this and adjust their driving accordingly. In addition, Nunavut has a high wildlife population, such as polar bears, caribou, and muskoxen, which poses a potential hazard for drivers. Therefore, drivers must be vigilant and cautious when driving where wildlife may be present. Furthermore, Nunavut’s harsh winter weather conditions can make road travel even more challenging. Drivers must be prepared and equipped with suitable vehicles and winter tires and adhere to speed limits during the icy and snowy season. Finally, Nunavut has a Zero Tolerance Policy for drinking and driving. It is a criminal offense to drive with any amount of alcohol in your system, and this law is strictly enforced across the territory. Overall, following traffic and road rules in Nunavut is crucial for the safety of drivers, passengers, and wildlife alike.

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!