The above Temporary, Information and Direction, and HOV signs learners practice test requires you to look at a provided road sign and then select its meaning from a list of four possible provided options. The format and content in the provided Alberta learners practice tests are displayed in a manner similar to what you can expect on the actual Class 7 Alberta learners test. Take your time and remember that sometimes road signs can look alike or have similar meanings.
Taking an Alberta Class 7 learners practice test before you attempt the real Class 7 test can save you time and money; you will be more likely to pass the exam the first time with the experience of taking a learners practice test behind you. It has worked for many others and is a solid and effective way of studying for the Alberta Class 7 exam.
The Alberta learner’s license handbook requires that all drivers are well aware of the meaning of and follow all road signs and rules. Temporary road signs are generally construction-related signs that warn drivers of changes in traffic ahead, the possible need to stop, uneven pavement or any other similar condition that is temporary. They are not always related to construction, but you will find that many are. Information and Direction signs provide information on which lanes are for turning and which go straight, as well as providing distance information, such as how far it is to the next city.HOV signs provide information regarding which areas are designated for high-occupancy vehicles. These categories are smaller than the other road signs categories, and are thus combined together in this final Class 7 Alberta learners road signs practice test.