In this third and final of ICanDrive.ca's free Newfoundland and Labrador road rules practice quizzes for the NL drivers permit test, we address even more of the likely rules of the road (practical driving knowledge) questions, one is likely to find, on the official permit test NL requires for all Level 1 Learner drivers licenses. This test covers topics such as merging and accidents, passing other vehicles, driving in inclement weather and railway crossings. For previous studies on NL rules of the road, please visit Newfoundland class 5 road rules test and Newfoundland driver test - road rules, which is about right of way and how demerit points work. When you're comfortable with all three, you'll be ready for the Newfoundland road rules practice exam.
All of our NL drivers permit test material is derived from the rules of the road as defined within the Newfoundland and Labrador road users guide (which you should study) as well as with input from previous graduates of the permit test NL mandates.
For a passing grade on the permit test NL has in place, as part of their Graduated Driver Licensing Program, new drivers must also demonstrate sufficient knowledgeable about road signs. Because of this, we offer three different road sign practice tests, and a road sign practice exam as well. Visit our Newfoundland class 5 road signs test page, to learn about road warning signs, and Newfoundland drivers practice test for regulatory signs, and Newfoundland driving test online - road signs practice for high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) signs, temporary, information & direction signs. When you are confident with those, challenge yourself with our NL road signs practice exam.
Getting prepared for the Newfoundland permit test also requires an understanding of certain restrictions, eligibility, the costs involved, documents required etc. You can learn more about this here: Newfoundland Class 5 license - practice test and info. If you need information about other kinds of NL driver licensing, see: Newfoundland driving licenses.
We believe we offer an excellent resource with free tools for new drivers who are studying for the NL drivers permit test. We've done our best to be as close as possible to the real thing. If you study the Newfoundland and Labrador road users guide as well as all of the Class 5 Level 1 practice test materials we have available, we are convinced that you will have an excellent chance of getting your learners licence on the first try. However, there is always room for improvement, so please let us know how you did and what you think.