Don't let the road signs and road rules in the Yukon scare you. It's not just about passing the Yukon learners test, it's about safer driving and gaining a thorough knowledge of the road signs and driving rules. This Yukon Class 7 practice test series can really help you study.
The icandrive.ca Yukon Class 7 practice test sets are completely free and can be attempted as many times as you want to help you study. These class 7 knowledge tests are designed in parallel with the official Yukon Driver's Basic Handbook to help new drivers study for the official Yukon written test. We believe the best way to quickly increase your driving knowledge is by repeatedly using these practice tests until you are relaxed and comfortable with all of the Yukon's road signs and road rules.
Become a Yukon Road Signs expert with our Yukon traffic signs test practice series
Become an Yukon Road Rules expert with our Yukon traffic signs test practice series
The key is to maximize your ability to learn and test on all Yukon road signs and road rules.
The purpose of the Yukon knowledge test is to make sure that all Yukon drivers have a good understanding of Yukon road signs and road rules. After having read through the Yukon Driver's Basic Handbook you need to practice as many Yukon knowledge tests as possible in order to improve your chances of passing the Yukon knowledge test on the first attempt.
The Yukon Driver's Basic Handbook is your main source of information on Yukon road rules and signs. If you read the entire handbook from start to end you should build a very strong foundation of exactly what is expected of you as a new driver on Yukon roads.
While the Yukon Driver's Handbook is extremely helpful, sometimes you might come across concepts that are difficult to understand. In those situations research on other Yukon government sites or leave the icandrive.ca team a comment or note.
The more icandrive.ca Class 7 knowledge practice tests you complete the higher your chances of passing the actual Yukon knowledge test. Our practice tests cover everything in the Yukon Driver's Basic Handbook and really help YT drivers test their knowledge of Yukon road signs and rules.
The Yukon learners test is a multiple choice question test divided into two sections between Yukon road signs and Yukon road rules.
Each question is accompanied by 4 answer options and you need to carefully read the provided answers before making a selection. In order to pass you must correctly answer 80% of the questions on each section. The best way to prepare for the knowledge test is using our identical format and Yukon Driver's Handbook based practice tests. These tests will help you be 100% prepared, confident and ready to ace your Yukon Class 7 written test.
Successfully passing your Yukon knowledge test means you can now drive under supervision with your learner licence. The learner licensing stage is to allow Yukon drivers time to practice necessary driving skills. New drivers must adhere to all learner licence restrictions at this stage to avoid tickets, suspensions or any other licence interruptions.
All learner drivers must display an "L" sign on the back of their passenger vehicle when driving.
Both the learner driver and their supervising driver must maintain a blood alcohol of zero when driving.
Learner drivers can only drive passenger vehicles that do not exceed 7-person capacity.
The use of all cellphones, tablets and other hand-held devices while driving is against the law in Yukon.
Learner's can only carry immediate family members, limited to the number of working seat belts in the vehicle with them.
At the learner stage you need to accumulate a minimum of 50 driving practice hours so use every opportunity to practice driving with a supervising driver.
To help with any questions you might have regarding the Yukon learner license or our Yukon Class 7 practice test series, we've put together answers to some frequently asked questions.
After you've passed the Yukon knowledge, test you can start driving with a supervising driver.
The next stage of your Yukon GDL process involves logging a minimum of 50 hours of in-car driving practice and waiting a minimum of 6 months before you can attempt the road test that will allow you to get your Yukon novice licence.
The three step Yukon GDL process is focused on training all Yukon drivers with the best possible driving skills. Gradually moving from learning Yukon road signs and rules through practicing under supervision and eventually becoming independent drivers allows Yukon drivers to gain confidence and the ability to maintain road safety in any situation.