It's not just about passing the Alberta class 7 knowledge test. Develop a true understanding of the rules of the road and what the road signs mean with our fun & educational free Alberta Class 7 practice test sets.
The ICanDrive.ca Alberta Class 7 practice test sets are completely free and can be attempted as many times as you want to help you study. These class 7 knowledge tests are designed in parallel with the Alberta drivers handbook to help new drivers study for the official Alberta written test. We believe the best way to quickly increase your driving knowledge is by properly practicing these Alberta Class 7 practice test sets until you are 100% comfortable with all of Alberta's road signs and road rules.
Become an Alberta Road Signs expert with our Alberta traffic signs test practice series
The first of three Class 7 road sign practice test sets covers the road signs portion of the Alberta learners driving test. In this first practice test, regulatory road signs are covered.
Our second Alberta driving knowledge test covers road warning signs that help provide warnings to drivers, of changes in the flow of traffic, and/or other dangers that lie ahead.
The third and final Alberta road signs practice test set covers temporary signs, information/directions signs and HOV signs which all Alberta drivers should be aware of.
This road signs practice exam draws questions from all areas of the previous road sign practice tests including warning, regulatory, information/direction, HOV, and temporary signs.
Become an Alberta Road Rules expert with our Alberta traffic signs test practice series
Our first Alberta Class 7 road rules practice test covers rules of the road as found in the Alberta driver’s handbook and helps new drivers properly prepare for the official Class 7 test.
This second Alberta drivers test covers more Alberta rules of the road and builds upon the driving knowledge presented in the first Alberta Class 7 road rules practice test set.
This Alberta learners practice test covers more rules of road safety as outlined in the Alberta drivers handbook. It will help you to prepare for and pass the Alberta Class 7 learners permit test.
The Alberta learners practice exam will test you on Alberta road rules covered in the three previous road rules practice tests and prepare you for the real Alberta Class 7 written driving test.
It's important to always study smart and focus on the key concepts you need to know.
The Alberta Class 7 knowledge test is a written test that will assess whether you have a strong understanding of Alberta road signs and road rules. In addition to learning the information in the Alberta drivers handbook, knowing what to expect on the actual Alberta driving knowledge test can really help you pass on your first attempt. Our free Alberta Class 7 practice test series has helped many new drivers do just that. Just follow the steps below.
The Alberta drivers handbook is your main source of information on Alberta road signs and road rules. Make sure you dedicate a good amount of time to studying the Alberta driver's handbook and understanding the concepts explained.
If something doesn't make sense to you on any of the road signs or road tests sections, post your questions in our comments section, and we will do our best to quickly provide an answer. However, always refer to the Alberta drivers license handbook for the most detailed information.
Practice makes perfect, so the more Alberta Class 7 practice test sets you attempt the better. Practice until you consistently get a passing grade on each set. These Alberta driving knowledge test sets are designed to dramatically increase your chances of passing your Class 7 knowledge test on the first try.
The Alberta learners exam is a multiple choice test. To build confidence, our Alberta learners license practice test sets have been created to look and feel just like the actual Alberta learners driving test.
Formatted as a multiple choice test, you will have the option to read through four possible answers per question and then select the best answer.
Use your time wisely and allow yourself to choose the best possible answer without deciding too quickly.
Attempting as many practice knowledge tests as you can, is the best way to prepare for your Alberta class 7 learners test.
Once you have passed the Class 7 learners driving test, as a new holder of a Class 7L licence, you now have the ability to start learning how to drive and practice your driving skills in on-road practice sessions. There are some key 7L licence restrictions and guidelines you must always follow in order to be a safe Alberta driver and stay within your licence requirements.
At the 7L stage you must always be accompanied by a fully licensed (Class 5 non-GDL) driver, 18 years or older and seated in the front seat.
Your blood alcohol levels must always be at zero when operating a vehicle at the Class 7L licensing level.
Every passenger must wear a seat belt when the vehicle is in motion and your passengers cannot exceed the number of working seat belts.
A 7L learner driver cannot drive even under supervision between the hours of midnight and 5 am.
Unlike a full Alberta licence a 7L will automatically be suspended if you reach 8 demerit points.
Remember this is your time to learn, so use every available opportunity to practice your driving skills.
At ICanDrive.ca, we want to make sure you have everything you need to get your Class 7 learners licence in the most stress-free way possible. We've put together this Alberta learners test questions and answers section to address the most common concerns Alberta residents have. Our team is dedicated to helping all new Alberta drivers on the path to getting their 7L licence.
Once you've passed the 7L knowledge test you can now start practicing how to drive a car under the supervision of a fully licensed Alberta driver. You must remain at the 7L stage for a minimum of 12 months probation free before you can apply for your next licence.
In order to get a class 5 GDL licence you will be required at that point to take a Class 5 road test and demonstrate strong driving capability behind the wheel of a car.
The Alberta licensing journey is a three step process whereby drivers learning how to drive in Alberta move through each stage building on their knowledge of Alberta driving and becoming experienced drivers. From the theoretical learning at the 7L stage to driving under supervision and eventually getting their full Class 5 licence, all Alberta drivers must work their way through the GDL process before they can get their unrestricted full Alberta driving licence.