Practice Test


When approaching a red or green light with a flashing green arrow, you may:

  1. Proceed in the direction of the green arrow
  2. Stop then proceed
  3. Stop and wait for the flashing green arrow to quit
  4. Not proceed

A right turn must be started:

  1. Anywhere
  2. As close to the right curb right edge of the road as possible
  3. Anywhere on the right side
  4. Only where signs permit

When approaching a green traffic light, you may:

  1. Stop
  2. Turn left, right or drive straight through the intersection
  3. unless a sign prohibits any of these movements
  4. Slow down and proceed with caution
  5. Stop and yield the right of way

When approaching an amber light at an intersection, you must:

  1. Go faster
  2. Proceed with caution
  3. Stop before entering the crosswalk and if you cannot stop safely, proceed with caution
  4. Do nothing

At an intersection where there are no stop signs, yield signs, traffic lights or police directing traffic, and two vehicles approach the intersection at the same time from right angles, who has the right of way:

  1. The vehicle on the left
  2. The vehicle on the right
  3. Neither
  4. The larger vehicle

When entering a street or road from a private road, lane, or alley, you must:

  1. Yield the right of way to any pedestrians on the sidewalk
  2. Yield the right of way to any vehicles on the street
  3. Both A and B
  4. Yield to the pedestrians and vehicles on the right

When proceeding straight and you approach a red traffic light, you must:

  1. Sneak through
  2. Stop and remain stopped until the light changes
  3. Slow down and proceed with caution
  4. Do nothing

When making a right turn and a vehicle is parked in the lane closest to the right curb and near the intersection:

  1. The driver must stop
  2. The driver must not turn
  3. The driver must move into the lane at the first opportunity before turning
  4. Call the police

You must turn on your signal lights in advance of your turn or lane change. When driving at speeds under 60 km/h you should signal:

  1. 30 meters before turning
  2. 50 meters before turning
  3. Only if another vehicle is present
  4. During daytime hours

A yield sign means:

  1. Stop
  2. Children crossing
  3. School zone
  4. Yield the right of way

A left turn from a one-way street to a two-way street should be made from:

  1. The centre lane
  2. The right-hand lane
  3. Any available lane
  4. A point as close as possible to the left edge of the roadway

Traffic signs and pavement markings must be:

  1. Ignored
  2. Obeyed only if there is other traffic
  3. Obeyed always
  4. Obeyed only if there is a police officer present

When approached from the front or rear by an emergency vehicle with its lights flashing or sirens engaged, you must immediately:

  1. Stop
  2. Slow down
  3. Pull to the right and do not enter the next intersection
  4. Pull to the left and do not enter the next intersection

Passing a vehicle that is stopped at an intersection for pedestrians to cross is:

  1. Not allowed
  2. Allowed during rush hour
  3. Allowed if you can cross quickly
  4. Allowed if you honk as you pass

All answers found in SGI Driver Handbook

Stop The stop sign, a red octagon with white lettering, means come to a full stop and be sure the way is clear before proceeding.

Regulatory Regulatory signs are white rectangles or squares with black or other coloured lettering. These signs state the law, such as speed limits, parking regulations and turning and passing movements.

Yield Yield Right of Way signs are triangular and have a red border on a white background. A yield sign means you must reduce speed when approaching an intersection. Give right of way and stop if necessary if any other traffic is in, or closely approaching, the intersection.

Warning Warning signs are diamond shaped and are yellow or orange with black letters or symbols. They warn of dangerous or unusual conditions ahead, such as a curve, turn, dip or side road.

Railway Crossing The crossbuck is the traditional symbol at roadway-railway crossings. The colour of the crossbuck is the same as a yield sign and has the same meaning; give right of way and stop if necessary.

School Zone (New) The new school zone signs have a pentagon shape, with a fluorescent yellow-green background and show a black silhouette of a schoolboy and a schoolgirl.

School Zone (Old) The old school zone sign has a pentagon shape, but with a blue background and shows a white silhouette of a schoolboy and a schoolgirl. These signs are currently being replaced.

School Zone When this sign has a "Maximum Speed" or "km/h During School Days" tab mounted underneath, it means the speed is to be observed as indicated.

Parallel Parking

First find a space you can fit your vehicle into. Signal your intention to park to other drivers as you approach. If you are not sure, stop the vehicle beside the space and check to see if you have at least two metres more than the length of your vehicle. Shift to reverse as soon as possible to activate the back up lights.

This is just one suggested method of parallel parking, there are other methods that work just as well.

  1. Position your vehicle parallel to the front vehicle about .5 metres out from it, with your back bumper lined up with the front vehicles bumper. Shift to reverse and get ready to steer.
  2. Back slowly, immediately start turning your wheel to the curb until you reach about a 45 degree angle. (pay attention to your vehicles front end swing into traffic, make sure you are clear of other vehicles).
  3. Continue back slowly and straighten your wheels.
  4. When your front bumper clears the back bumper of the front vehicle, continue to move slowly and turn your wheels to the left.

To book some driving lessons give me a call at 306-220-1523. To book your road test with SGI in Saskatoon please call 306-683-2320 or 1 800-667-5111. or visit 623 2 Ave N Saskatoon, SK. Have a safe driving day.


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