Thinking about taking the Alberta learners test soon? Are you having trouble passing your written class 7 knowledge test? You are more likely to pass your class 7 learners test by practicing and being prepared. Practice for your learners test online, with a growing bank of practice test questions created and managed by class 7 industry experts, and pass your knowledge test on the first try!
Having the proper knowledge and experience is the key to improving reaction time and reducing total stopping distance. This article will tell you two important factors that you need to know about safe stopping distances, before taking your learners test and beginning to drive.
If you're still learning the rules of the road, the question of whether or not winter tires are effective and worthwhile can be a confusing one, with conflicting information found online. Studies show that it is worth the cost to install winter tires before the snow falls.
Defensive driving can mean many things. Defensive driving skills can be learned in a defensive driving course, where you learn to control slides, evade an accident, etc. Before practicing, learn about defensive driving, so that you are prepared, and to study for your learners test.
The rules regarding consent for minors taking their Alberta learners test have changed.
If you are under 18 years of age, you no longer need parental consent to take the class 7 knowledge (learners) test, but you will still need consent in order to re-class your licence.