SASKATCHEWAN TRAFFIC RULES 02

In Saskatchewan, Canada, traffic and road rules are strictly enforced to ensure safety on the roads. It is mandatory for all drivers to carry their driver’s license at all times while operating a motor vehicle.

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Saskatchewan Traffic Rules Test 02

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In a rural area with an unmarked intersection with a stop sign, you must stop within what distance of it?

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You don't have to dip your headlights for oncoming traffic if you are on a divided highway when the distance between the roadways is more than...?

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When following another vehicle, you should dim your headlights if you are within what distance of it?

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If you are aware and scanning properly, you can predict hazards up to...?

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Which of these rules of the road still apply in parking lots?

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When you are following another vehicle, when its back bumper has passed a stationary object ahead you should not pass the same object until how long has elapsed?

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The best way to judge the distance something else is away from you is to use...?

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Driving on a highway, you should search for hazards up to...?

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On an intersection with four-way stops, which vehicle should be given right of way?

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You are joining a street from an alleyway. You should...?

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You want to enter a two-way left turning lane in order to access a driveway. You should join the lane...?

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When driving at 100 km/h, you should dim your lights when you are a minimum of what time from meeting an oncoming driver?

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If you have spot lamps on your vehicle, they must be turned off before you get within what distance of an oncoming vehicle?

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You must dim your headlights before you come within what distance of an approaching vehicle?

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If you are following a motorcycle, your following distance should be...?

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When driving at night, you should adjust your speed so that you can see how much traveling distance ahead of you?

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At an uncontrolled intersection, rights-of-way rests with...?

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If a vehicle is stopped at an intersection to permit pedestrians to cross, you may pass it...?

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By law, you must have your headlights on between...?

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When steering around a curve, you should look at...?

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If you're joining a roundabout intending to proceed beyond the second exit, is recommended that you drive in...?

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

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When you see something in the road ahead of you at night, the first thing you should do is...?

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You are preparing to stop at an intersection with a stop sign. There is no crosswalk or stop line marked. You must stop, if you are in town, within what distance of the intersection?

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When steering straight ahead, you should look where?

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Saskatchewan Driving Test

Speed limits are posted on highways and roadways, and drivers are expected to adhere to them. In Saskatchewan, it is also mandatory for drivers and passengers to wear seat belts while driving. Drinking and driving is a major crime, leading to significant penalties, including license suspension, fines, and even imprisonment. One important rule in Saskatchewan is to yield to emergency vehicles, such as ambulances and fire trucks, by pulling over to the side of the road when approached from behind by flashing lights and sirens. Failure to comply with this law can result in serious consequences. Overall, it is important to respect and follow the traffic and road rules in Saskatchewan to ensure the safety of all motorists and pedestrians.

This online Saskatchewan driving 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!