Traffic and road rules in Prince Edward Island, Canada, are designed to ensure the safety of both drivers and pedestrians. It is mandatory for all drivers to possess a valid driver’s license and carry it while driving.


PEI Traffic Rules Test 02

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The maximum speed limit in a designated school zone on Prince Edward Island is 60 km/h on school days between the hours of...?

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Before entering a highway, the law states that you must...?

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On a wet or icy road, driving a car without antilock braking systems, when you want to break you should...?

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When cutting back in after passing a truck, you should make sure that you can see what in your rearview mirrors?

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When approaching a railway crossing with the lights telling you to stop, you must stop no closer than what distance to the nearest rail?

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Traveling at highway speed, you should signal your intention to change lane or turnoff at least how far ahead?

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Rolling through a stop sign is...?

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You are approaching a school bus with flashing red lights activated. You must stop no less than what distance from it?

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You are following a motorcycle and you notice that your following distance is three seconds. You should...?

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You may make a right turn on a red light (unless signposted otherwise) provided you have...?

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When driving in the city, you should signal your intention to make a turn at least how far ahead?

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The maximum speed limit in Prince Edward Island unless otherwise posted is...?

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You wish to pass a vehicle in front, which another vehicle is about to pass. You should...?

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You must not make a U-turn on a highway unless you can be seen by traffic approaching from either direction within...?

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On the TransCanada and other designated highways, the maximum speed limit is...?

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You are approached, on a two way road, from behind by a fire department vehicle with its siren on. You must...?

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In urban areas on Prince Edward Island, the maximum speed limit is...?

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When you turn left, you must...?

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When two or more vehicles enter a three or four way intersection controlled by stop signs, who should yield the right-of-way?

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Under normal conditions, when the rear bumper of the vehicle in front passes a fixed point, your front bumper should not reach that point for...?

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It is recommended that children do not ride in the front seat of a car until they are...?

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A driver behind sounds their horn, indicating that they wish to pass. You should...?

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When approaching a funeral procession, you must cut your speed to what proportion of the posted speed limit?

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When preparing to change lanes, you must...?

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When stopped and waiting to make a left turn, you should have your wheels...?

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In PEI, driving is done on the right side of the road, and roundabouts are increasingly popular at intersections. It is essential to obey the speed limits, as speeding is not tolerated on PEI roads. The maximum speed limit on most roads is 90 km/h, and in residential areas, it is 50 km/h. All passengers must wear seat belts, and newly licensed drivers are prohibited from using cell phones. If caught driving under alcohol, penalties include suspension of driving privileges and fines. PEI also has strict laws on child restraint systems, meaning that children aged seven and under must be secured in a child car seat or booster seat. These regulations are implemented to ensure that all drivers and pedestrians are kept safe while on the roads of PEI.

This online practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the PEI Class 7 (Stage 1) learner driver’s test required before you can get your driver’s license. This free practice written driving test is a lesson that is essential for getting your PEI 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. It is all FREE!