Our NWT Class 7 practice test series is about perfecting the road signs and staying on top of the driving rules in the NT, for a lifetime of safer driving.
The ICanDrive.ca Northwest Territories Class 7 practice test sets are completely free to use, and therefore can be attempted as many times as you want to help you study. These class 7 knowledge tests are designed in parallel with the Northwest Territories Drivers Handbook to help new drivers study for the official NWT written test. We believe the best way to quickly increase your driving knowledge is by properly practicing these NWT practice tests until you are perfectly comfortable with all of the road signs and road rules in the Northwest Territories.
Become a Northwest Territories Road Signs expert with our Northwest Territories traffic signs test practice series
In this first Northwest Territories Class 7 road signs practice test, regulatory road signs are covered, which are among the most common type of road sign you will encounter as a driver and you should recognize at all times.
Our second Northwest Territories driving knowledge test, pertains to a class of road signs known as road warning signs. It is vital that you as a new driver be able to recognize them and understand what they mean.
NT Driving Test Online is the third in our NT road signs practice test series and addresses temporary, informational, direction and high occupancy vehicle signs and how to react to them on the road.
Our Northwest Territories road signs practice exam is for people who feel they know the material in all of our previous road signs practice test sets well enough to attempt this broad ranging road signs practice exam.
Become an Northwest Territories Road Rules expert with our Northwest Territories traffic signs test practice series
Our first Northwest Territories Class 7 road rules practice test begins to build a knowledge base around NT's rules of the road. It's the first step toward preparing for the real NT learners test.
This Northwest Territories drivers test is the second in our NT "rules of the road" series. Here we cover additional rules of road and traffic safety for the NT drivers permit test.
Our third NT learners practice test continues on the path of building knowledge about the rules of the road, further preparing prospective drivers for the Northwest Territory learners permit test.
The NT road rules practice exam challenges new drivers on all aspects of road rules knowledge and passing this exam is a good indication that you may be ready for the real NWT drivers test.
It's important to study smart and remain focused on the key concepts you need to know.
The NWT Class 7 knowledge test is a written test that will determine whether you have a strong enough understanding of NT road signs and road rules to be granted a Learner Class 7 licence. In addition to studying all of the information in the NWT Basic Drivers Handbook, knowing what to expect on the actual NT Class 7 knowledge test can really help you pass on your first attempt. That's where our NWT Class 7 practice test series can make a big difference.
The Northwest Territories drivers handbook is your main source of information about the Northwest Territories road signs and road rules. Make sure you take the time to learn the material and thoroughly understand the concepts explained.
Always refer to the NWT drivers handbook for the most detailed information, but if something doesn't make sense on either the road signs or rules of the road sections, feel free to ask questions in our comments section - we'll try to help. Of course, you can always research online as well.
Practice makes perfect so the more NWT Class 7 practice test sets that you master, the better. Our practice tests are designed to increase your chances of passing the NT Class 7 knowledge test on the first attempt.
The NWT Learner Class 7 test is a multiple choice test conducted in various locations across the Territory. Our NWT Class 7 practice test sets are designed to look just like the actual NWT learners licence test.
The Class 7 NWT Learner License test is conducted at various NWT Driver and Vehicle Licensing Offices. The questions are presented in a multiple choice format, with each question being followed by four possible answers, only one of which is correct. Read each question carefully, pay attention to the accompanying picture, read all four of the answers carefully as well, and then select your answer.
Take your time and allow yourself to choose the best possible answer without deciding too quickly. Using this strategy and having as much experience as possible with the many different kinds of questions that could appear (see our NWT class 7 practice test series), is the best way to prepare for the official NWT class 7 learners test.
When you've passed your Class 7 learners test, as a new holder of a 7 Learners Licence, you now have the ability to start learning how to drive in real life, on-road practice sessions. There are some key 7 L licence restrictions and guidelines you must follow in order to remain in compliance and be a safe driver to others using the roads and highways of the Northwest Territories.
At the 7L stage you must always be accompanied by a fully licensed (Class 5 non-GDL) driver, who is seated in the front seat.
Your blood alcohol levels must always be at zero which operating a vehicle at the Class 7L licensing level, which is Stage 1 in the Graduated Driver Licensing Program.
A Learner may not have any passengers other than the fully licensed supervisor.
A Learner driver cannot drive even under supervision between the hours of 11 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Unlike a full NWT drivers license a Learner will automatically be suspended if they reach 6 demerit points.
Remember, this is your time to learn to drive, so use every available opportunity to practice your driving skills.
We try to make sure we have everything you need to get your Class 7 learners licence in the most stress-free way possible. Along with the ICanDrive.ca series of NWT Class 7 practice test sets, we've put together some answers to what we have found to be frequently asked questions:
Once you've passed the Northwest Territory Class 7 learners knowledge test, you practice driving as much as you can under the supervision of a fully licensed NWT driver. You must remain at the Class 7L stage for a minimum of 12 months, probation free before you can apply for your next licence, which is a Class 5 probationary license.
In order to get the Class 5 probationary license, you will be required to take a Class 5 road test and demonstrate to the examiner that you are fully competent behind the wheel.
Getting a typical drivers license is a three stage process, where drivers move through each stage building their driving knowledge and becoming experienced drivers. From the theoretical learning at the Class 7 Learner stage, to driving under supervision, and eventually getting their full Class 5 licence, all NWT drivers must work their way through the GDL process before they can get their unrestricted full driving licence.
The NWT GDL process is designed to gradually move drivers from a learner stage to a probationary stage and finally help NWT residents get their full Class 5 licence.
The learner licence in the Northwest Territories can be obtained after you pass a knowledge and vision test. A learner licence will allow you to drive under supervision.
The Class 5 probationary licence can be obtained by successfully passing the standard Northwest Territories Class 5 road test. The Class 5P licence comes with reduced restrictions.