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 3

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When two lanes are merging into a single lane, and two vehicles are approaching the merge point, who has right-of-way?

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Legally, you must carry your driving licence with you...?

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At an intersection controlled by traffic lights, you must not make a U-turn unless...?

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If you are forced onto the gravel at the side of the road, you should...?

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If a two-way road is marked with one solid white line in the left lane and one broken white line in the right lane, what does this mean?

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Which of these offences will collect three penalty points?

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Holders of provisional driver licences must display plates with the letter...?

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Who has right-of-way in a painted bicycle lane?

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When you leave your vehicle, you must remove the key from the ignition unless it is occupied by a person over the age of...?

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Learner driver licence holders will have their licence suspended for three months if they incur how many demerit points within three years?

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You should not enter a level crossing unless...?

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Which of these is the best thing to do when driving through an area where there may be children?

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When you stop at a STOP sign, how should your vehicle be positioned?

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If you are entering a roundabout and intending to take the first exit, when should you start indicating left?

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Directional arrows painted on the road surface must be obeyed...?

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In a rear wheel skid you should...?

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For general driving, seatbelts must be worn...?

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You can only enter a painted island on the road if...?

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What is the maximum number of penalty points that may be put on your licence for driving under the influence of alcohol?

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At a T junction, which vehicle has right-of-way?

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School crossings are operative...?

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Which of these is a way of lowering your BAC?

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For which of these purposes can you use a mobile phone in your hand when driving?

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When a lane is marked as T3, you can drive in it provided you are carrying at least how many passengers?

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A yellow traffic light means you should stop unless...?

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Taking the ACT Driving Test

Test Day Tips and Strategies

On the day of your practice test, arrive well-rested and with a clear mind. Remember that nervousness is natural, but confidently reviewing questions can help. Take your time to understand each question fully before providing an answer. If in doubt, use the process of elimination to select the best guess.

Common Mistakes to Avoid

Hasty choices and panicking under pressure can lead to mistakes. One common error is to rush through the test, potentially missing vital clues in the questions. Another is to second-guess your knowledge and change answers without a clear reason. To curb these tendencies, practice maintaining focus and a steady pace during preparation tests.