The Nunavut Driving Test is an essential and rigorous measure that contributes to the safety of individuals, families, and communities in the region. The test evaluates the candidate’s ability to handle various driving scenarios and conditions unique to the Arctic environment, including snow, ice, and poor visibility. 


Traffic Rules Test 06

1 / 30

Winter traction is affected by slippery conditions. In winter, drivers should drive:

2 / 30

What is meant by 'overdriving' your headlights?

3 / 30

Possible reasons for failing a road test include:

4 / 30

When you approach an intersection on a main road, and the intersection is blocked with traffic. You should:

5 / 30

What must you do if there are continuity lines to the right of your vehicle in the lane you are in?

6 / 30

It is more dangerous to drive at the maximum speed limit at night than during day time because:

7 / 30

Hydroplaning can cause your vehicle to skid. The term "hydroplaning" means:

8 / 30

What should you do if the signal light changes from green to amber as you approach an intersection?

9 / 30

The Accessible Parking Permit...?

10 / 30

If two vehicles arrive at an uncontrolled intersection at approximately the same time, the right-of-way should be given to:

11 / 30

When deciding to make a U-turn, your first consideration should be to check:

12 / 30

What should you do if you become stranded in snow?

13 / 30

What should you do if you feel drowsy while driving?

14 / 30

Vehicles equipped with ABS should provide controlled braking on slippery surfaces automatically...?

15 / 30

Before entering a highway from a private road or driveway, what must a driver do?

16 / 30

Coming to a complete stop at an intersection is required, but where do you stop if there is no stop line, crosswalk, or sidewalk?

17 / 30

Wearing a seat belt in a collision can:

18 / 30

What should you do when a car is stopped at a marked crosswalk to allow a pedestrian to cross?

19 / 30

Why must you use signals when turning? (Choose 3)

20 / 30

A broken line at the left of your lane means:

21 / 30

When it is safe to do so, passing other vehicles on the right side...?

22 / 30

What should you do when exiting a freeway?

23 / 30

What does the law require you to do upon approaching a Yield sign?

24 / 30

You should use low-beam headlights when driving a vehicle at night when:

25 / 30

The safest place in a car to position any infant or child restraint system is in the:

26 / 30

If a front tire goes flat, your vehicle will pull strongly to the:

27 / 30

The hand-and-arm signal for slowing or stopping is indicated by:

28 / 30

Unless you want to turn left or pass another vehicle, you should:

29 / 30

When driving over black ice, what is the safest action to take?

30 / 30

When a police officer signals you to pull over...?

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The Nunavut Driving Test is a rigorous exam designed to assess an individual’s ability to operate a motor vehicle in the challenging and often harsh conditions of one of Canada’s most remote and sparsely populated regions. The test consists of both written and practical components, with a focus on driving skills specific to the Nunavut context, such as navigating icy roads, dealing with extreme weather, and encountering wildlife on the road. Applicants must demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the territory’s traffic laws and road conditions, and be able to navigate challenging terrain without endangering themselves or others. This demanding test is essential for ensuring that only the most skilled and experienced drivers are able to operate on Nunavut’s roads, ensuring the safety of both drivers and pedestrians in this unique and beautiful region.