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Practice makes perfect, and the more you practice our Northwest Territories driving tests, the higher your chances of passing your NT driving knowledge test on the first attempt. Passing on the first attempt will be a great confidence boost to anyone seeking to learn to drive in the Northwest Territories.
Building off the Northwest Territories driver licensing guides, our driving test pages are geared to help drivers understand how NWT driving tests are conducted.
For car drivers, use the Class 7 practice tests to confirm that you have a good understanding of all NWT road signs and rules as they apply to automobiles in the NWT.
Driver licensing is coordinated through Northwest Territories DMV offices and all our resources are based on the official NT driver handbooks. You can be assured that you are learning the right materials to get your Northwest Territories drivers licence in the shortest time possible.
All drivers, regardless of prior driving experience need guidance when it comes to getting their final NT driving licence. We can help with all your NT driver licensing needs.
Insurance in the Northwest Territories is provided by private insurance firms and insurance brokers. Connecting with the right insurance company for your needs can save you a lot of money and hassle if bad things happen.
Mandatory NT car insurance will help cover any damages if you're ever in an accident.
Motorcycle drivers in the NT face a lot of risks and therefore proper insurance is essential.
A good NT home insurance policy can cover many of the what-if scenarios in your life.
Our mission as a team is to accompany Northwest Territories drivers on their journey well past the learning stage and help them stay updated on important driving rules and regulations. The Daily Driver section on icandrive.ca provides driving guides, insurance guides and keeps Northwest Territories drivers aware of any legislative or industry changes that they should be aware of. Use the Daily Driver to stay in the loop on helpful Northwest Territories driving information and news.