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Driving Test Preparation

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Multiple Choice Questions
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1. At traffic lights what is meant when a red light

Stop, make sure there is no traffic, then drive
straight ahead.

Stop, wait behind the stop line until the lights
change to yellow.

Stop, wait behind the stop line until the lights
change to green.
2. What does this sign mean?

Crossroads ahead, reduce your speed and watch
out for other traffic and pedestrians.

Cemetery ahead.

Hospital ahead, drive carefully.

3. When driving in an area where there are many
pedestrians (eg a bus stop) it is important to:

Put your headlights on high beam so they can see
you better.

Increase your speed to avoid the chance of hitting

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1. 12. 23. 33.
2. 13. 24. 34.
3. 14. 25. 35.
4. 15. 26. 36.
5. 16. 27. 37.
6. 17. 28. 38.
7. 18. 29. 39.
8. 19. 30. 40.
9. 20. 31. 41.
10. 21. 32. 42.
11. 22.

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Slow down and watch for an indication that they
will enter the road.
4. When you see this sign you must:

Slow down and be prepared to stop only if there is
any danger of a collision with another vehicle or

Stop at the stop line and give way to all traffic on
your right only.

Stop at the stop line and give way to all traffic.

5. When you see this sign you must:

Slow down and be prepared to stop and give way
to all traffic if there is any danger of a collision.

Slow down and be prepared to give way to traffic
on your right only, if there is any danger of a

Stop and give way to all traffic even if the
intersection is clear.
6. You are sitting in a seat that has a seat belt fitted to it.
When must you wear it?

Only when driving long distances.

Only if you are travelling greater than 30 km/h.

Any time the vehicle is travelling forwards.

7. How close to an intersection, without traffic lights, are
you allowed to park?

15 metres.

6 metres.

10 metres.

8. What does this sign mean?

The road ahead is closed, go back.

There is a hump (sudden slope up and down) in
the road ahead, slow down.

There is a tunnel ahead, turn on your headlights.

9. You want to turn left at a dual lane roundabout. Which
lane must you use?

Left lane.

Either lane.

Right lane.

10. Which statement is true?

You must give way to pedestrians if there is any
danger of hitting them.

You must give way to pedestrians only at marked

Pedestrians have no special rights on the roads.

11. What does this sign mean?

No turns permitted.

Double lane bridge ahead.

Traffic travels in each direction.

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12. What does this sign mean?

You can overtake vehicles only on the left side.

You must stay in or move to the left lane, unless
you are overtaking another vehicle.

You must stay in the left lane and must not
overtake any vehicles.
13. Before beginning to overtake another vehicle, you

Check to see it is safe, change gear if necessary,
and signal your intention before moving out.

Sound your horn, move out and overtake.

Signal and slow down so you will have more room
to overtake.
14. You are driving in a 70 km/h zone, keeping to the
limit. Several vehicles pass you. One of your
passengers suggests you should keep up with the
other traffic. What should you do?

Speed up a little bit over the speed limit, because
everyone does it.

Decide your speed yourself, based on the speed
limit and the conditions.

Follow the suggestions and keep up with the
15. When you see this sign you should:

Slow down, then drive slowly over the crossing
looking both ways for trains.

Come to a complete stop, look both ways for trains
and proceed with caution if no trains are

Stop, only if a train is at the crossing.

16. If both vehicles P and O in the diagram are turning
right, which vehicle is in the best position to turn left
into the street marked 'X'?

Vehicle O.

Neither vehicle.

Vehicle P.

17. You are on an open country road with double
unbroken dividing lines. There are no side streets
and no entrances to properties. Are you allowed to
cross the dividing lines?

Yes, to overtake another vehicle.

No, not under any circumstances.

Yes, to overtake a pedal cyclist.

18. What is the meaning of this sign?

You must not pass another vehicle going in the
same direction on the bridge.

You must not pass another vehicle travelling in
either direction on the bridge.

You must give way to all other vehicles travelling
in the opposite direction.
19. You want to drive your car but you have a very bad
headache. A friend gives you some of their
headache tablets to kill the pain. What should you do
before you take these tablets?

Ask your friend if the tablets have affected them.

Read the label and confirm they are not
prescription drugs and there are no special
warnings on the label.

Drink a large glass of milk because this reduces
the adverse effects of medicines and drugs.
20. What is the most common cause of drivers being
involved in rear end collisions?

Poor brakes or brake failure on their vehicles.

The driver in front braking too hard.

Following too close to the other vehicle in front.

21. If you get sleepy while driving, it is best to:

Turn on the air conditioning or open the windows.

Turn on the radio very loud.

Stop, rest, and change drivers if possible.

22. You are driving on a freeway and realise you forgot
something at home. You want to go back for it. Can
you do a U:turn on this road?

No, not at any time.

Yes, providing you use the gravel joining roads.

Yes, any time.

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23. What does this sign mean?

Drive carefully, and watch out for kangaroos
entering the road for the next 30km.

Nature reserve 30km ahead.

Zoo 30km ahead.

24. When driving in wet weather, your vehicle will:

Stop in the same distance as on a dry road.

Handle better, so you can go faster.

Take longer and further to stop, so slow down.

25. You are a driver who is about to move off from the
kerb into a flow of traffic. What must you do?

You only have to signal for 2 seconds if there are
other vehicles travelling on the road.

You must signal for at least 2 seconds and give
way only to traffic travelling in the direction you
wish to go.

You must signal for at least 5 seconds and give
way to all traffic.
26. What does this sign mean?

Police station ahead.

Do not drive with your lights on high beam.

A sharp depression in the road is ahead, be
prepared, slow down.
27. What does this sign mean?

Road ahead slippery when wet, drive carefully.

Steep down grade in the road ahead, slow down.

Road under repair, slow down.

28. When going downhill, what happens to the braking
distance of your vehicle?

Becomes much longer.

Becomes less.

Remains the same as the grip of the tyres on the
road remains the same.
29. When turning left at a dual lane roundabout you
should enter and leave the roundabout:

In the lane with the least traffic.

In the left lane.

In the right lane.

30. If there are pedestrians on a pedestrian crossing
('Wombat' crossing), you are required to:

Stop and give way only to persons crossing from
your right.

Give way to all pedestrians on the crossing, and
then continue when it is safe.

Stop and give way only to children from either
31. What does this sign mean?

Cattle or sheep crossing the road ahead, drive

Railway level crossing ahead, slow down and look
out for trains, be prepared to stop.

Give way sign ahead, slow down and be prepared
to stop.
32. What should you do if your windscreen is shattered
by a stone from a passing vehicle?

Immediately punch a hole in the windscreen with
your fist so that you can see if it is safe ahead.

Brake firmly to bring your vehicle to a stop as
quickly as you can.

Ease off the accelerator, wind down the side
window to look out of, brake lightly and stop off the
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33. What does this sign mean?

Pedestrians must not stand on the roadway.

A vehicle may not stop, except when actually
picking up or setting down persons.

Vehicles must not stop at the kerb for any reason.

34. You are driving an older relative for an appointment
and are running late. They ask you to go faster to get
there on time. You should:

Choose a safe speed and say you will not go any

Drop them off at the train station.

Take the advice of a more experience driver and
go faster where you can.
35. When you see this sign you:

Must not stop here at any time.

Must not stop your vehicle at the kerb during the
times shown.

May stop at any time to pick up or drop off

36. What does this sign mean?

Right lane traffic may turn right or go straight
ahead at the next intersection.

All right lane traffic must turn right at the next

One way traffic ahead.

37. When being overtaken by another vehicle what
should you do to help?

Brake quickly to let the other vehicle overtake.

Move to the left and stop.

Keep left and allow plenty of room to let the other
vehicle back in.
38. At which ONE of the following places are U:turns

In an intersection where a 'Stop' or 'Give Way' sign
is displayed.

On a freeway.

At intersections that have traffic lights showing a
green right turn arrow and when it is safe.
39. Which statement below contributes mostly to young
provisional drivers being involved in single vehicle

Drinking too much alcohol.


Speed and fatigue.

40. If you are taking any sort of medicine, you should:

Only drive a motor car not a heavy vehicle.

Find out from your doctor or chemist whether the
medicine or drug will affect your driving and act

Only drive during the day after taking the medicine
or drug.
41. What does this sign mean?

Sharp turns in the road ahead.

Road may be slippery when wet, slow down and
drive carefully.

Road under repair, drive carefully.

42. When the road is marked this way are you permitted
to cross the lines to overtake the bicycle rider if the
way forward is clear?


Yes, only if it is one way traffic.


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