Road test in Newfoundland: Should you move to right lane after a left turn?

During a road test in Newfoundland, Canada, should you move to the right lane immediately after a left turn?

This question was one of the tough ones I tried to find answers to before my road test. I found some driving school instructors’ videos asserting that it is compulsory to do so, so I got confused.

I was however advised to only follow the examiner’s instruction and remain in any lane I turn to unless it is unavoidable.

During my test, I was in that situation: I moved right only when told to do so, and I wasn’t penalised.

I guess it’s the right thing to do— never leave a lane until you’re told to do so, unless it’s inevitable.

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