Nunavut Learner Driving Test Parts 4

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 4

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When on streets designed for two-way traffic, you hear the siren of an emergency vehicle; what does the law require you to do?

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If you are involved in a reportable accident, how soon must you report it to your nearest provincial or municipal police officer?

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Under what circumstances may a driver's licence be called?

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In what position on the roadway must you be before turning left from a one-way traffic street?

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In this Province, there is a seat belt law ______.

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When driving in heavy fog, you should use _______.

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Which of the following has the right-of-way over all others at an intersection when the signal light is green?

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At an intersection where there is a flashing amber (yellow) traffic light, you must ______.

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As a level one driver, you must be accompanied by a higher licensed driver who has the following driving experience more than ________.

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Failing to stop for a school bus that is unloading passengers will ________.

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When approaching a railway crossing at which an electrical or mechanical signal device is warming the approach of a train, you must ___________.

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If you are a teenage driver with your G2 licence for 6 months and until you obtain your full G licence or turn 20, how many passengers are you allowed to carry between midnight and 5 a.m.?

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When a car is stopped to allow a pedestrian to cross the street at a marked crosswalk, you should __________.

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Overdriving your headlights at night is dangerous because ________.

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A "No Parking" sign at a specific location means _________.

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Upon approaching a Yield-sign, what does the law require you to do?

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What documents may a police officer require a motor vehicle owner to produce?

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If a traffic signal changes while a pedestrian is still in the street, which of the following has the right-of-way?

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If someone is tailgating you, what should you do?

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As a level two driver, your alcohol level must not be over ________.

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While travelling on a highway, the driver of a motor vehicle is not permitted to carry, in a house or boat trailer ________.

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Every accident must be reported to the police where there is personal injury or when the damage exceeds _________.

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When lights are required, are drivers required to use low-beam headlights?

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When the traffic signal light facing you is red, and you intend to go straight through the intersection, what must you do?

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When lights are required, drivers must use lower beam headlights when following another vehicle _________.

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To what penalties are a driver liable who is convicted of driving while disqualified?

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If you are a teenage driver aged 19 or under and in the first six months of receiving your G2 license. How many passengers are you allowed to carry between midnight and 5 a.m.?

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If you want to pass a motorcycle, you should _________.

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What insurance protection does the owner get who pays the uninsured motor vehicle fee?

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Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit allowed in cities, towns, villages and built-up areas 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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