Prince Edward Island (PEI) in Canada is known for its beautiful scenery and friendly locals. When it comes to traffic and road rules, it’s important to be familiar with the laws to ensure everyone’s safety on the road.


PEI Traffic Rules Test 03

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When parallel parking, you should stop level with the car ahead, about what distance out from it?

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On snow and ice, your stopping distance can be increased by up to...?

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When following another vehicle, you should turn on your low beams when you get within...?

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If you drop one of your wheels into a soft shoulder, you should...?

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On a two-lane highway, you see somebody about to merge ahead. What should you do?

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You're approaching a roundabout which you intend to go straight across. You should...?

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On a four lane highway, when you're not passing you should drive in...?

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

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If you are caught using a handheld cell phone in PEI you can be fined up to...?

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You must not park within what distance of a crosswalk?

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Which of these will have ice on them before the others in low temperatures?

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Parking uphill on a road with no curb, you should turn your wheels...?

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If you skid because of a tire blowout, you should...?

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In a standard passenger car, in a severe rainstorm, total hydroplaning occurs at around...?

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If another driver has not dimmed their headlights approaching you at night, you should...?

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If you wish to park near a stop sign or traffic signal, you must make sure you are at least what distance away?

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When using the acceleration lane to join a highway, you should enter the traffic...?

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Legally you must have your headlights on between...?

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If you enter a dual lane roundabout intending to turn left, you should...?

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In fog, you should drive using...?

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When you get to the end of the acceleration lane, you should...?

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How many more fatal collisions are there at night compared to during daylight hours?

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In rain, roads are most likely to be slippery...?

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Which of these types of substances can severely adversely affect your driving?

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If you are stranded on the highway in winter, you should...?

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In PEI, the speed limit on most highways is 90 km/h, and drivers must always wear seat belts. It’s also mandatory to have car insurance and register your vehicle with the Department of Transportation. When driving, drivers should always be aware of pedestrians, particularly in downtown areas. Additionally, drivers must stop for school buses with flashing lights and are prohibited from using handheld devices while driving. With these rules in mind, drivers can enjoy PEI’s scenic drives while keeping themselves and others safe on the road.

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 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 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!