This is the first of ICanDrive.ca's three New Brunswick beginners test sets for new drivers seeking a NB Learner's Licence (Class 7), which is the starting point for anyone who wants to be able to eventually drive a car or light truck with a full Class 5 licence in New Brunswick. This NB beginners practice test concentrates on certain rules of the road, while our other NB beginners test sets focus on different areas of driving knowledge, as presented in the New Brunswick driver's handbook. We invite you to use all of our free NB beginners test sets, together with a thorough study of the contents of the NB drivers handbook. This will increase your driving knowledge & confidence for the real NB beginners test, and very likely result in a passing grade on your first attempt.
Our second road rules practice test deals with things like right of way, and how demerit points work, and can be found here: NB drivers test. The third road rules practice test deals with things like driving in inclement weather, railway crossings, passing, merging and accidents etc. and can be found here: New Brunswick practice permit test. When you're comfortable with those, test yourself with our comprehensive rules of the road practice exam found here: New Brunswick drivers permit practice exam.
To successfully pass the Class 7 Level 1 NB learner's license test (written test), new drivers must prove that they have sufficient knowledge about how to respond to various road signs. To help new drivers tackle the Service NB rivers license process, ICanDrive.ca has developed a series of beginners practice test sets that address all of the road signs New Brunswick drivers need to know about: New Brunswick Class 7 road signs test (for regulatory signs), New Brunswick drivers practice test (for road warning signs), and New Brunswick learners permit online (for temporary, information & direction, and HOV (high-occupancy vehicle) signs). When you feel confident enough, take our free exam: NB drivers test - road signs exam.
New Brunswick operates a graduated driving license program (GDL), to ensure that beginner drivers can cope with the often challenging aspects of driving and not put other motorists at risk. The New Brunswick GDL is more fully explained on our NB Class 7 Practice & License Information page, where you'll also find other essential information for NB beginners test takers, like documents required, eligibility, test locations, the costs involved etc. For information about all kinds of other New Brunswick driver licenses, please visit New Brunswick driving licenses.
If you truly apply yourself, we have no doubt that our rules of the road practice tests can help you to acquire a lot of driving knowledge in a very short time. All the NB beginners test sets on ICanDrive.ca have been developed not only from the New Brunswick drivers handbook, but also from other drivers who have already taken the official New Brunswick Beginners Test. They are free to use as many times as you require to fully master driving theory, or as a quick study just before attending the real test. Please let us know what you think, as we work hard to make our practice tests as realistic as we can. Your feedback is much appreciated.