Nunavut Learner Driving Test Parts 2

The Nunavut Learner’s License is the first level in Nunavut’s Graduated Licensing System (GLS) and is designed for new drivers who are learning to drive. To obtain a Nunavut Learner’s License, you must be at least 16 years of age and pass a written knowledge test and a vision test. The Nunavut Learner’s License is valid for two years, during which time the new driver must gain driving experience and practice their skills.

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Nunavut Learner Driving Test Parts 2

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The police have the right to stop any driver they suspect is impaired. If you refuse to take a breathalyzer test, your licence will be suspended immediately for _______.

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You must report an accident to the police under what condition?

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When you are deciding whether or not to make a U-turn, your first consideration should be to check ______.

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At what level of alcohol in the blood can you be convicted of being an impaired driver?

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When exiting an expressway, you should ________.

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Level one drivers must keep their blood alcohol level at zero percent and be accompanied by a higher-class driver with a blood alcohol level of less than ______.

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You must report an accident to the police under what condition?

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When approaching an intersection where a traffic signal light is red and a policeman motion you to go through, you should _________.

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When getting out of your car on a busy street, you should open your door ________.

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Except when passing, what distance must be maintained between commercial vehicles travelling in the same direction on the highway outside a city, town or village?

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If you are involved in an accident that was due to your use of a cellular phone while driving _________.

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If you are driving and suddenly one of your tires blows out, you should ________.

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What is the only effective way to remove alcohol from your body?

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Drivers with vision restrictions noted on their driver's licence must always wear glasses or contact lenses when _______.

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You should reduce your speed below the posted speed limits for which of the following reasons ________.

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At night when you meet another vehicle with blinding bright lights, the safest thing to do is _______.

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Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit on the highway outside of a city, town, village or built-up area is _______.

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Why is it necessary to look over your shoulder when changing lanes?

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If your brakes fail _________.

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In what traffic lane should you drive when you intend to make a right-hand turn?

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When a streetcar is stopped to pick up or discharge passengers, and there is a safety island, what does the law require you to do?

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If you are driving and your cellular phone rings, what should you do?

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As a level one or level two driver, you will have your licence suspended if you collect 9 or more demerit points during a two-year period. 60 days after suspension, your record will be reduced to _____.

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When two cars reach an uncontrolled intersection at approximately the same time, the right-of-way should be given to ______?

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Under the Highway Traffic Act, if you are convicted of driving while your licence is suspended, assuming it is your first offence, you will ______.

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When approaching a sign that reads ''merging traffic,'' you must ________.

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Snow tires are good for _______.

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If two drivers enter an intersection from opposite directions at the same time, one going straight while the other is turning left, which vehicle has the right-of-way?

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If you are convicted of drinking and driving, you will lose your driver's licence on the first offence for _________.

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At 15 Demerit points, your licence is suspended, after 30 days, the number of points on the driver's record is ________.

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The Nunavut Learner’s License is the first level in Nunavut’s Graduated Licensing System (GLS) and is designed for new drivers who are learning to drive. To obtain a Nunavut Learner’s License, you must be at least 16 years of age and pass a written knowledge test and a vision test. The Nunavut Learner’s License is valid for two years, during which time the new driver must gain driving experience and practice their skills.

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The Nunavut Learner’s License is the first level in Nunavut’s Graduated Licensing System (GLS) and is designed for new drivers who are learning to drive. To obtain a Nunavut Learner’s License, you must be at least 16 years of age and pass a written knowledge test and a vision test. The Nunavut Learner’s License is valid for two years, during which time the new driver must gain driving experience and practice their skills.

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