In Saskatchewan, Canada, following traffic and road rules is crucial for safe and efficient travel. It is mandatory for all drivers to carry a valid Saskatchewan driver’s license and insurance while driving.


Saskatchewan Traffic Rules Test 01

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Driver inattention and distraction is responsible for what percentage of all collisions in Saskatchewan?

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When you find yourself behind the snowplow, you should be patient, knowing that plows will pull over roughly every ______ to allow drivers to pass.

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Legally, a motorcycle is entitled to be given...?

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If you are approaching a school bus with its stop arm out and its flashing lights activated, you must stop no closer than...?

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On a two-way highway, when you are approached from behind by an emergency vehicle with flashing lights and/or sirens, you must...?

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When stopping on a rural road or highway, you must be how far away from any vehicle stopped on the opposite side of the road or highway?

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If you let someone else borrow your driver's license for fraudulent purposes, it will be suspended for at least...?

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Unless otherwise posted, the highest speed you can drive in Saskatchewan is...?

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If you change the name or address on your driver's license, you must inform SGI of the changes in writing within...?

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A right turn should be made from...?

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Blind spots can be eliminated by using...?

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If you have to stop in an intersection and wait to make a left turn, you should have your wheels...?

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If you pass a school bus with flashing lights, you will be fined a minimum of...?

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Turning left from a one-way street to a two-way street, the turn should be made from...?

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You may drive past a school bus with flashing lights if...?

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Passing a snowplow, you must slow to...?

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If you are being tailgated by another vehicle, you should...?

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When making a left turn, you should take particular care to look out for...?

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The driver of a large truck can't see you if you can't see...?

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If you are driving at speeds in excess of 60 km/h, you should start to signal your intentions at least how far before a turn?

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When you are driving at less than 60 km/h, you should start to signal for a turn at least how far in advance?

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Passing a tow truck rendering assistance to another vehicle with its amber beacon flashing on the highway, you must reduce your speed to...?

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When you are being passed by another vehicle, you must not...?

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When you see a funeral procession on the road, you must not...?

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When you are passing another vehicle, you should keep accelerating...?

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SGI Drivers Test

The speed limits within the cities and highways are strictly enforced, and drivers should always pay attention to the specific speed limit signs posted on the roads. Drinking and driving is strictly prohibited, and severe penalties are imposed on those who violate this rule. Drivers must always keep their vehicles in good working condition and in compliance with safety regulations. Moreover, wearing seat belts is mandatory, and all passengers in a vehicle should be appropriately secured while riding. It is also essential to look out for pedestrians and cyclists on the road and to yield the right of way to them. By observing these simple rules, drivers can ensure the safety of everyone on the road and avoid any fines or penalties.

This online SGI drivers test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Saskatchewan Class 7 learner’s Novice 1 license 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 Saskatchewan 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. Whether you’re getting your Commercial Driver’s License, Learner’s Permit, or Motorcycle License, you’ve come to the right place. It is all FREE!