Develop a deep understanding of the rules of the road, and exactly what the traffic signs mean, not only to pass the Nunavut written knowledge test, but also for a lifetime of safer driving. Our fun & educational Nunavut Class 7 practice test series can make all the difference.
ICanDrive.ca's Nunavut Class 7 practice test sets can be attempted as many times as you want to help you study - they are completely free to use. All of our Nunavut class 7 knowledge tests have been derived from the Nunavut Driver's Manual, to help new car and light truck drivers study for the official Nunavut written knowledge test. We believe the best way to rapidly increase your driving knowledge is by thoroughly studying the Nunavut Drivers Handbook, and repeatedly using with our Nunavut Class 7 practice test series until you are absolutely confident with all of Nunavut's road signs and road rules.
Become a Nunavut Road Signs expert with our Nunavut traffic signs test practice series
This first Nunavut Class 7 road signs practice test deals with a class of signs known as regulatory signs. These kinds of road signs are the most common types that drivers encounter.
Our Nunavut driving knowledge test is the second in our Nunavut road signs series, and covers road warning signs like those that warn of changes or hazards on the road ahead.
Nunavut driving test online is the third in our Nunavut road signs series. This one tackles temporary signs, information and direction signs, and HOV signs, otherwise known as high occupancy vehicle signs.
In this Nunavut road signs practice exam, we challenge prospective drivers with a variety of questions drawn from all areas covered previously in our "Nunavut road sign practice test" series.
Become an Nunavut Road Rules expert with our Nunavut traffic signs test practice series
This first set of Nunavut Class 7 road rules practice test questions has been designed to help new drivers prepare for the "rules of the road" portion of the Nunavut written driving test.
This Nunavut drivers test is the second in our "Nunavut rules of the road" series and continues the process of building a robust knowledge base required to pass the real learners permit test.
This third Nunavut drivers practice test covers additional areas of the rules of the road for the Nunavut territory, which are not touched upon in the previous two road rules practice test sets.
This Nunavut practice exam touches on all areas of the rules of the road and traffic safety that new drivers are required to understand and know to get a passing grade on the real learner exam.
Focus on the key concepts you need to know, and study smart.
The Nunavut Class 7 written knowledge test is designed to assess whether you have a strong enough understanding of Nunavut road signs and rules of the road to be granted a Class 7 driver’s licence. A Class 7 driver’s license gives the holder the right to operate a vehicle in Class 5 or 6, while learning to operate it. In addition to learning the information in the Nunavut drivers handbook, knowing what to expect can help you pass on your first attempt.
Make sure you dedicate a good amount of time to learning the material and understanding the concepts explained in the Nunavut Driver's Manual. The Nunavut drivers handbook should be your main source of information on Nunavut's road rules and road signs.
Always refer to the Nunavut driver's manual for the most comprehensive information, but if something is still confusing, feel free to ask questions in our comments section - we typically respond in a day or two, or you can do some research online.
The more of our Nunavut Class 7 practice test sets you attempt the better. Practice makes perfect. Our practice tests are designed to increase your chances of passing the Nunavut written knowledge test on the first attempt.
The actual written knowledge test is a multiple choice type test. The ICanDrive.ca "Nunavut Class 7 practice test" series has been designed to look just like the actual Nunavut learners driving test.
In the official Nunavut learners test, each question is followed by four possible answers, only one of which is correct. Be sure to read each question carefully and pay attention to the accompanying picture if any. After you've assessed the question and all four of the potential answers, make your choice. Using this strategy, and having as much experience as possible with the many different kinds of questions that could appear, is simply the best way to prepare for your Nunavut learners test.
Once you've passed your Nunavut learners driving test, you then have the ability to begin learning how to drive and practicing your driving skills in real world, on road practice sessions. However, there are some key Class 7 licence restrictions and guidelines you have to follow in order to stay within the Nunavut Class 7 license requirements.
You must always be accompanied by a fully licensed Class 5 driver at the 7L stage. Your driving supervisor must be seated in the front seat.
When operating a vehicle at the Class 7L licensing level, your blood alcohol levels must always be at zero .
Every passenger must wear a seat belt and your passengers cannot exceed the number of working seat belts.
A Nunavut Class 7 learner driver is not allowed to drive between the hours of midnight and 5 am.
Unlike a fully licensed Nunavut Class 5 driver, a Nunavut Class 7 learner license will automatically be suspended if you reach 8 demerit points.
This is your time to learn to drive safely. Use every available opportunity to practice your driving skills with a qualified supervisor.
We've put together some answers to what we've found to be some frequently asked questions. At ICanDrive.ca, we want to make sure you have everything you need to get your NU Class 7 learners licence in the most stress-free way possible, and help all prospective Nunavut drivers on the path to getting their 7L licence.
You should practice your driving as much as possible under the supervision of a fully licensed Nunavut driver. You have to remain at the 7L stage for a minimum of 1 month, while also being probation free before applying for your class 5 licence. You will be required at that point to take a Class 7 road test and convince the examiner of your driving ability under a variety of circumstances and conditions.
The Nunavut GDL system is a process whereby new drivers build their driving knowledge over a period of time and become experienced drivers in a safe and orderly manner. Beginning with the theoretical learning at the 7L stage, to driving under supervision, and eventually getting a full Class 5 licence, all Nunavut drivers must work their way through the Nunavut GDL process before they can get their full unrestricted Nunavut driving licence.
The Nunavut GDL process is not as strongly administered as the other provinces but does help new drivers get a license quite quickly.
The Nunavut Class 7 learner licence stage allows new drivers to practice their driving with a licensed supervisor and build confidence.