Alberta Class 7 Practice Test 2023 Learner’s Driver’s Licence

Alberta Class 7 Practice Test 2023 Learner’s Driver’s Licence: You can try our free Class 7 Practice Test with 125 questions and answers in English, Hindi, and Punjabi language. In addition, you can also download Alberta Class 7 Practice Test in a PDF file.

A Class 7 learner’s licence allows you to drive a Class 5 or 6 vehicles with someone over 18 who has a full Class 5 driver’s licence or higher. They must sit in the front passenger seat. This licence also allows you to drive a moped.

Alberta Class 7 Practice Test 2023 Learner's Driver's Licence

Alberta Class 7 Practice Test 2023

This Alberta Class 7 Practice Test is designed to prepare you for the Alberta Learner’s Test which is also called the Class 7 Learner’s License Test. It covers questions from a number of areas of the official Alberta Driver’s Handbook and tests the basic road rules and driving etc.

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Alberta Class 7 Practice Test 2023

Alberta Class 7 Practice Test 2023

Sample Questions and Answers
Passing Mark: 81%

Test Language: English

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Uncontrolled intersections are ones that:

2 / 30

What is the maximum allowable blood alcohol concentration (BAC) for a GDL driver?

3 / 30

What does the following sign indicate?

4 / 30

What is the purpose of route marker signs on roads?

5 / 30

If you get a flat tire while driving, you should

6 / 30

The Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) program will improve road safety by

7 / 30

Seat belts are most effective in preventing injury when

8 / 30

When approaching a stop sign, you must:

9 / 30

To pull out of a parking space, you should

10 / 30

If your pedal sticks and you cannot pull it up with your shoe you should:

11 / 30

While driving on wet roads, which of these things should you prepare yourself to deal with?

12 / 30

You must beam your high beam lights within ________ of oncoming vehicles.

13 / 30

In urban areas, U-turns are permitted at which of the following locations?

14 / 30

If feeling tired while driving:

15 / 30

Be cautious of large vehicles backing because

16 / 30

On a multi-lane highway, how should slow-moving traffic travel?

17 / 30

When leaving a highway, you should use to slow down.

18 / 30

If someone is passing you on a two-lane highway, you should

19 / 30

What does the following sign indicate?

20 / 30

Safe and efficient drivers avoid collisions because they:

21 / 30

To turn right from a two-way road onto another two-way road, what should you do?

22 / 30

You must signal when you are

23 / 30

Why is it important to leave plenty of room when you pass a motorcycle?

24 / 30

It is illegal to park:

25 / 30

What is the general maximum speed within an urban area? (Unless otherwise posted)

26 / 30

You are approaching a stop sign. A police officer motions you to proceed. You should:

27 / 30

A solid white line next to your lane means

28 / 30

You are approaching an intersection. The traffic lights are out of order. You must:

29 / 30

The stopping distance of a vehicle equals

30 / 30

The shoulder of a highway is intended for

Your score is

The average score is 83%

What is Class 7 (GDL)?

A person 14 years of age or older may apply for a Learners Driver’s Licence. A parent or guardian must give consent on the application if the person applying is under 18 years of age. For learning and while accompanied by a full licensed driver, the holder of a class 7 driver’s licence may operate, the following:

  • A vehicle or vehicle-trailer combination that the holder of a Class 5 driver’s licence may operate
  • A motorcycle (must be 16 years of age or older when learning with a supervisor who holds a Class 6 non-GDL licence)
  • A moped

Learner (Class 7) Requirements

To obtain a class 7 learner’s driver’s licence you must:

 be 14 years of age or older
 pass a vision screening
 pass a knowledge test on the rules of the road
 have parental consent if you are under 18 years of age
 have valid identification

Alberta Class 7 Knowledge Test

To obtain your learner’s driver’s licence, you will need to pass a knowledge test. You can take your knowledge test at most Alberta Registry Agent offices. The test is based on questions taken from this guide. You will be asked about safe driving practices, driving laws and road signs.

The test is 30 multiple-choice questions and you must score a minimum of 25 correct responses out of 30 to pass the test. You will do the test on a computer. When you pass the knowledge test you must take the knowledge test permit you purchased to do the test to a registry agent to ensure your driver’s licence is updated. The knowledge test permit is not a driver’s licence.

Test Name Alberta Class 7 Practice Test
Purpose obtain your learner’s driver’s license
Mode of Test Online CBT
Total Questions 30
Question Types Multiple-Choice
Passing Marks you must correct 25 questions out of 30.
Total languages offered 25 languages
Official Page https://www.alberta.ca/class-7-learners-licence.aspx

The Class 7 electronic driver knowledge test is available in the following 25 languages:

• Amharic
• Arabic
• Chinese (Simplified)
• Chinese (Traditional)
• Cree
• Dutch
• English
• Farsi
• French
• German
• Hindi
• Italian
• Korean
• Oromo
• Polish
• Portuguese
• Punjabi
• Russian
• Somali
• Spanish
• Tagalog
• Thai
• Ukrainian
• Urdu
• Vietnamese

To find testing services, and information about driver licensing and vehicle registration:

Please study the Driver’s Guide to Operations Safety and Licensing Cars & Light Trucks, if you want to ace both the practice exam and the real exam.