ABOUT PRACTICE TESTS
Who may legally require you to give a blood sample?
A police officer, an ambulance officer, other crash party
A medical doctor, other crash party, a police officer
A police officer, a medical doctor or an approved person
An ambulance driver, an approved person or a medical doctor
What does this sign mean?
Do not drive slower than 100 km/h
Do not drive faster than 100 km/h unless the road is clear
Do not drive faster than 100 km/h
A rest area is 100 metres ahead
When coming up to a stop sign, where should you stop?
With the front wheels of your vehicle on the yellow lines
With the rear wheels of your vehicle on the yellow lines
Where you can see all vehicles coming from all directions
Where you can only see vehicles coming from your right
What must be displayed on the back of a trailer being towed at night?
A blue light
A red light
A white flag
A white light
What is the safest way to drive up to intersections?
Looking to the right
Travelling at the speed limit
Looking to the left
At such a speed that you can stop if you have to
About driver responsibility:
Which parts of the car must be in good condition to prevent too much noise and gases entering the car?
Good mud guards and mud flaps
A good silencer and exhaust system
Good sun visors and windscreen
An efficient carburettor and heater
What must you do if glass falls on to the road from your vehicle?
Sweep it up within 2 hours
Sweep it up straight away if you can do so safely
Sweep it up within 24 hours
Tell a police officer
About other road users:
What is the recommended distance you should allow when driving past a cyclist?
When passing a horse and rider, what should you do?
Warn the rider by sounding the horn on your vehicle
Slow down and give them as much room as you can
Warn the rider by turning your vehicle headlights on
About driver licences:
Which one of the following vehicles can you drive on a car licence?
A truck with dangerous goods
What class of licence is required to drive a combination vehicle that has a gross combined weight of 25,500 kg?
On a Transit Lane sign, what does T2 mean?
Vehicles that use the lane must have at least two people.
Vehicles that use the lane must have two passengers
Only two vehicles are permitted on the transit lane at any time
There are two transit lanes ahead
What does this sign mean?
There is loose gravel on the road that could break your windscreen
There is broken glass on the road
Road works ahead
Look out for slips
About your vehicle:
Which person can legally stop and do a roadside check of your vehicle?
A police officer
An AA mechanic
A tow truck driver
An ambulance driver
A warrant of fitness is to show:
the year the vehicle was made
if the driver has had any crashes
how many times the vehicle has crashed
that the vehicle was roadworthy at the time of checking
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