Alberta Learners Practice Exam


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Alberta Learners Practice Exam by Question Writer offers questions based straight from the Basic Driver's Licence Handbook. Taking this free test can help you earn a Class 7 Driver's Licence.

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Alberta Learners Practice Exam

  1. 1. Alberta Learner’s Practice ExamThis is a free 30-item Alberta Learner’s Practice Exam designed to help you earn your Class 7 Driver’s Licence. The answers and explanations plus morequestions can be found here and at Facebook.
  2. 2. Get behind the wheel with your brand- new Class 7 Driver’s Licence!But before that, you need to pass the written test first. Youneed to answer as many questions of your practice examsas possible based on the Basic Driver’s License Handbook.And that’s exactly the kind of practice exam that we’vemade for you. This Alberta Learner’s Practice Exam can helpyou gain that confidence with real-world questions anddriving scenarios.The quiz starts at the next slide. Good luck!
  3. 3. If you are approaching a school bus with alternating flashing red lights on, you should  Slow down  Make a U-turn  Honk before speeding up  Come to a complete stop
  4. 4. All parked vehicles must have theirwheels at what distance from the curb?  20 cm  50 cm  80 cm  100 cm
  5. 5. If you are ready for the road test, what five things should you do?  Take the road test any time you like  Buy a test permit from a registry agent  Use any vehicle for the road test  Make an appointment through a registry agent  Take along a friend during the road test  Wear corrective lenses if needed  Have a vehicle that suits the license class you are being tested for  Have an air brake "Q" endorsement or certificate of completion of an air brake course if needed
  6. 6. What is the meaning of this sign? Yield Stop Do Not Enter Railway Crossing
  7. 7. If a vehicle wants to pass by you in a two-lane highway, what should you do?  Stay in your lane and move a little to the right  Move a little to the left  Speed up to prevent being passed by  Stay in your lane and slowing down to close the gap
  8. 8. What is hydroplaning? Leaky engine valve A busted radiator hose Smooth acceleration and cruise control feature Loss of control due to a thin layer of water between the tires and the road
  9. 9. This sign indicates what? No tailgating No overtaking allowed Bump ahead Slippery when wet
  10. 10. It is prohibited to park within howmany metres of a yield or stop sign?  3 metres  5 metres  8 metres  10 metres
  11. 11. The following is true about therequirements to obtain a learners licence, except  Be at least 14 years old  Pass a vision screening and knowledge test  Obtain parental consent if under 18  Pass a toxicology test
  12. 12. If you encounter mechanicalproblems, the best thing to do is Dont turn on your hazard lights until the vehicle comes to a complete stop Stop on a bridge or tunnel Try to do roadside repairs on highways Leave the vehicle and wait at a safe location
  13. 13. If you are feeling tired while driving, you should Stop for a rest Drive slowly Turn the radio on Open the window for some fresh air
  14. 14. In case you miss your exit on thehighway, the best thing to do is to stop and back up. True or False?
  15. 15. For every 10 km/h above the speed of 90 km/h, you burn how much more fuel?  2 percent  5 percent  10 percent  20 percent
  16. 16. To exit a highway safely, perform the correct sequence  move into proper lane well before the exit  turn on signal well in advance of the exit  move into deceleration lane  slow down to speed allowed  turn off your turn signal
  17. 17. The time it takes to physically react to a danger by moving your foot from the gas pedal to the brake pedal is called  Braking time  Reaction time  Perception time  Stopping time
  18. 18. The maximum speed limit for aprimary highway outside an urban area is  50 km/h  80 km/h  100 km/h  120 km/h
  19. 19. What does this sign indicate? Pedestrian crossing Playground area Men at work School zone
  20. 20. Every driver who is involved in a collision must Remain at the scene Report all collisions to the police in case of injury, death or damage to property Give assistance and protect the scene All of the above
  21. 21. If you park facing downhill, you must turn your front wheels  To the left  To the right  Towards either direction  Straight
  22. 22. Select five instances when you are not allowed to pass another vehicle.  Approaching vehicles are too far apart  Approaching vehicles are too close  There is a sign indicating a no-passing zone  A solid yellow line is on the other side of the centre line outside of urban areas  A solid yellow line is on your side of the centre line outside of urban areas  You are in a school or playground zone  Another vehicle is stopped to allow pedestrians to pass  If the other vehicle is a moving school bus
  23. 23. When trailing a motorcycle, youshould allow extra space between themotorcycle and your vehicle because  Motorcycles can stop very quickly  Motorcyles have bigger blind spots  Motorcycles have better control  Motorcyles are smaller than cars
  24. 24. Do not park your vehicle On a sidewalk On a crosswalk On a bridge or underpass All of the above
  25. 25. In defensive driving, looking well down the road and your surroundings several seconds ahead is called  Recording  Contemplating  Mapping  Scanning
  26. 26. Which of the following is true in a traffic circle? The vehicle on the left must yield to the vehicle on the right. The vehicle on the right must yield to the vehicle on the left. Proceed regardless of position. Use your left turn signal when leaving the traffic circle.
  27. 27. This sign indicates parking spaces for  Children  Elderly  Cyclists  Persons with disabilities
  28. 28. A learners licence means what class number? Answer: ________________________
  29. 29. A vehicle facing a steady amber light must  Proceed and cross with caution  Come to a complete stop before crossing the stop line  Accelerate to clear the intersection as quickly as possible  Disregard pedestrians because they do not have right of way
  30. 30. This sign indicates a T intersection Y intersection Railway crossing Pedestrian crossing
  31. 31. When a cyclist dismounts his bike, he is considered a Pedestrian Vehicle Both None of the above
  32. 32. The maximum speed limit of a school bus is  60 km/h  90 km/h  100 km/hr  120 km/hr
  33. 33. This sign indicates The minimum speed allowed is 50 km/hr The maximum speed allowed is 50 km/hr Only 50 vehicles are allowed The suggested speed is 50 km/hr
  34. 34. For the complete answers to these questions, take the fully-interactive Alberta Learner’s Practice Exam!