In Saskatchewan, Canada, traffic and road rules are strictly enforced to ensure the safety of all road users. Some key rules include obeying speed limits, always wearing a seatbelt, and refraining from using handheld devices while driving.


Saskatchewan Traffic Rules Test 04

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Leaving a freeway, you should slow down...?

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You should not use cruise control if...?

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When passing a motorcycle, you should leave...?

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You want to make a U-turn in a 100 km/h area, you should check that there are no vehicles in either direction in a sight time of...?

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As soon as you feel tired, you should...?

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As you pull back into your original lane after a pass, you should...?

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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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If you estimate that a pass will take 15 seconds, you should not attempt it unless you have at least...?

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The most important part of driving a curve or corner is...?

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In a 60 km/h area, in order to make a U-turn there should be no vehicles within a sight time of what in both directions?

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When parallel parking; you should make sure that the space you have chosen is at least how much longer than your vehicle?

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If you do not have your driver's license and vehicle registration when they are requested by the police, you must produce them within a maximum of...?

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You must report a crash to the police if it involves...?

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During fog, snow or heavy rain, you should drive with...?

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Parking uphill on a road with a curb, you should leave your front wheels turned...?

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A driver has passed you but he has made a misjudgment and you see he has not got enough time to complete the pass. What should you do?

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A two-point turn is initiated by...?

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When parking on a road with no curb, whether parking uphill or downhill, your wheels should point...?

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When making a pass, you should be able to see at least how far ahead...?

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Parking facing downhill on a road with a curb, you should leave your front wheels turned...?

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SGI Learners Practice Test

Drivers must also be alert for wildlife, especially in rural areas where collisions with animals are common. In addition, winter driving presents unique challenges due to snowy and icy conditions. Drivers must be prepared with appropriate tires and always leave extra space between vehicles for safe stopping. Following traffic and road rules is essential for ensuring safe and efficient travel in Saskatchewan.

This online SGI learners practice 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!