Manitoba Learner Driving Test
Part 1

A Manitoba Learner’s License is a type of driver’s license issued by the government of Manitoba, Canada, to individuals who are learning to drive. It allows the holder to practice driving on public roads under certain conditions and restrictions, such as being accompanied by a licensed driver and having a “L” sign displayed on the vehicle. To obtain a Manitoba Learner’s License, an individual must pass a knowledge test and a vision test. They must also fulfill other requirements, such as minimum age, residency, and liability insurance.

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Manitoba Learner Driving Test Part 1

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When driving a motor vehicle on the highway at night, you should use low-beam headlights (dim lights) when

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Except when you intend to overtake and pass another vehicle or when you intend to make a left turn, you should ______?

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It is more dangerous to dive at the maximum speed limit at night than during day-time because_________?

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Most automobile skids are the result of 

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The two-second rule is used to determine

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If you miss an expressway exit, What should you do?

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Parking lights may be used

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You must keep a safe distance behind the vehicle in front of you at 50 kilometres (30 miles) an hour. You should keep at least

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When approaching a construction area, drivers should

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The broken centre line on a roadway means you may

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A solid centre line on the roadway is on your side of a broken centre line. What does the solid centre line mean?

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Demerit points lost will remain on your driver's record for a period of ______ from the offence date.

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If you are approaching an intersection and the traffic lights are not working, you should_____?

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When are broken white lines (dashes) used on streets and highways?

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Which of the following hand-and-arm signals is correct for slowing or stopping?

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What must a driver do before entering a highway from a private road or driveway?

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The best way to stop quickly on a wet or icy roadway is to

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When taking any medication, you should

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If you lose control of your vehicle and it goes off the road, you should

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Roadways are the most slippery

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when approaching an intersection and you notice the roadway beyond the intersection is blocked with traffic, you should

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A defensive driver will

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Hydroplaning occurs during heavy rain when a vehicle's tires ride up above the water on the roadway. To help prevent hydroplaning you should_________?

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If you are involved in an accident, and another person is injured, you should _______?

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To get your vehicle out of a skid, you should first

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Under the Criminal Code, if you are caught driving while your licence is suspended, your vehicle will be impounded for?

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How close to a fire hydrant may you legally park?

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If you become very tired while driving, you should

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As a level one or level two driver, if you collect nine or more points during a two-year period, your licence will be suspended for 

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Level one and level two drivers must have a blood alcohol level of zero when driving. New drivers caught drinking and driving will be charged under the Criminal code and will get how many days suspension?

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A Manitoba Learner’s License is a type of driver’s license issued by the government of Manitoba, Canada, to individuals who are learning to drive. It allows the holder to practice driving on public roads under certain conditions and restrictions, such as being accompanied by a licensed driver and having a “L” sign displayed on the vehicle. To obtain a Manitoba Learner’s License, an individual must pass a knowledge test and a vision test. They must also fulfill other requirements, such as minimum age, residency, and liability insurance.

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A Manitoba Learner’s License is a type of driver’s license issued by the government of Manitoba, Canada, to individuals who are learning to drive. It allows the holder to practice driving on public roads under certain conditions and restrictions, such as being accompanied by a licensed driver and having a “L” sign displayed on the vehicle. To obtain a Manitoba Learner’s License, an individual must pass a knowledge test and a vision test. They must also fulfill other requirements, such as minimum age, residency, and liability insurance.

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