Once you have prepared sufficiently for your exam, you need to make sure that you schedule and pay for your exam. On the day of the exam, you will be required to show specific types of identification so you need to know exactly what they are well in advance. For instance, you will need proof of identity and residency (i.e. current medical card, current student ID, and etc).

ACT Road Rules Test 2

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What is the default speed limit for a built-up area in ACT?

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The lower section of a seatbelt should fit across your...?

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When do you have to give way to an emergency vehicle with lights and/or siren on?

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A green traffic light means what?

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Children below what age must always be restrained with a proper approved child restraint?

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Which of these offences will collect one penalty point?

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Using a handheld mobile phone while driving incurs a penalty of how many points?

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If traffic lights are malfunctioning, what must you do?

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The best way to beat driver fatigue is...?

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What sequence should you follow when making a left-hand turn?

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The legal limit for blood alcohol concentration (other than for drivers who must have a zero concentration) is what?

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What is the default speed limit in ACT in a rural area?

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You can only overtake another vehicle if the road is marked with...?

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Which of these vehicles is not permitted to use a bus lane in ACT?

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When a sign indicates that you are permitted to turn left at a red light, you must...?

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If you drive under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol, you may face...?

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Children must sit in appropriate rearward facing child restraints/capsules until they reach what age?

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You are approaching a roundabout on a multilane road where you intend to turn off less than halfway round. Which lane should you choose?

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Slip lanes are to help drivers...?

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On the approach to pedestrian crossing, you must park at least what distance from it?

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You must always park at least what distance from a fire hydrant?

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In what circumstances is it permissible not to report a crash to the police?

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When there is a turn line at an intersection, you should...?

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When making a right-hand turn, you should make it from...?

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In which of these areas should you be careful to watch out for signs changing the speed limit?

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Preparing for the ACT Permit Test

Study Resources and Materials

The key to success is the right preparation. ACT offers a range of official resources, including the Road User’s Handbook and the Drive Safe ACT website. Supplement these with third-party guides and practice tests to broaden your understanding. Interactive materials like online practice tests can greatly enhance your learning experience.

Tips for Effective Preparation

Develop a study plan that covers all sections of the test. Allocate specific time slots for study and review. Regularly test your knowledge with timed sample questions to mimic the test environment. In addition to revising road rules, work on your hazard perception skills by engaging in practical exercises on the road as an observer.