Nunavut Learner Driving Test Parts 3

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 3

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A " School Bus" with red signal lights flashing is stopped on a highway that has no median strip. What does the law require you to do when meeting or overtaking the bus?

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When descending a steep hill, an excellent safe-driving practice is to _________.

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A flashing red signal light at an intersection means ______.

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Before moving your car from a parked position, you should _______.

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When a truck becomes disabled on the highway, where the speed limit is in excess of 60 km/h, flares or reflectors must be placed approximately what distance ahead of and to the rear of the disabled vehicle?

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When the driver of another vehicle is about to overtake and pass your vehicle, you must ________.

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When it is safe to do so, passing other vehicles on the right side ________.

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The Ministry of Transportation and Communications may suspend a licence after a 9 Demerit Point interview _______.

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You should, under all conditions, drive at a speed which will allow you to ________.

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A flashing green light at an intersection, where turns to the left and right are permitted, means _________.

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On a roadway where traffic is moving in both directions, what position must you be before turning left?

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Are drivers responsible for their passengers buckling up?

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When does the law require lights on vehicle to be turned on?

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When selling a motor vehicle to another person, you, the seller, should ________.

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When entering a freeway you should ______.

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Which of the following penalties can the court impose on a person convicted of driving 50 km/h (30 m.p.h.) or more over the speed limit?

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A person whose driver's licence is under suspension may ________.

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Under which of the following conditions is it dangerous and unlawful to make a "U" turn?

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How soon after a licensed driver changes his/her name or address is he/she required to notify the Ministry of Transportation and Communications?

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A flashing blue light mounted on a motor vehicle indicates ________.

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If you are involved in an accident in which someone is injured you must _________.

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When a red signal light with a green arrow is shown at an intersection it means _______.

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A driver may be required to attend an interview and re-examination of his driving ability _________.

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Should your right wheels drop off the roadway, what is the best way to get back on the roadway?

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When a right turn against a red signal light is permitted, what does the law require you to do before entering the intersection and making the turn?

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When a streetcar is stopped to take on or discharge passengers, where there is no safety zone, what does the law require you to do before passing the streetcar?

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When 15 or more Demerit Points have accumulated on a record, the driver's licence is suspended _______.

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When may you lend your driver's licence?

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Upon approaching a stop sign, a driver must ________.

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If the signal light changes from green to amber as you approach an intersection, what should you do?

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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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