ACT DKT ROAD RULES PRACTICE TEST 05

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).
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ACT Road Rules Test 5

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When approaching or coming up behind any other vehicle at night, you should dip your headlights at a minimum of what distance away?

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Which of these drivers has to give way to a pedestrian at a T intersection?

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A head-on crash with another vehicle is almost certain to result in serious injury or death if you are traveling in excess of...?

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On a multilane road entering a roundabout, you want to go all the way around and back to where you came. Which lane should you choose?

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Children must use appropriate child restraints with inbuilt harness until they are what age?

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If you are dazzled by the headlights of an oncoming vehicle, what should you do?

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If you are traveling on a major arterial road and you miss your turnoff, you should...?

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At an unmarked intersection, you should give way to...?

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The total stopping distance for a vehicle traveling 60 kilometres per hour is what?

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Holders of provisional driver licences will lose their licence if they accumulate how many demerit points?

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If you caught on camera running a red light at over the speed limit, which offence will you be charged with?

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Which of these places should you not park?

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In ACT, it is forbidden to do which of these with radar detection or jamming devices?

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When you are driving you should be concentrating on the space...?

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How long on average does it take a driver to apply the brakes after they have recognized a danger?

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Which of these causes four-wheel skids?

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If you move into the right-hand lane of a multilane road to overtake, you should return to the left lane...?

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When you are driving in fog, you should...?

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Driving away from a bus stop, you must not park within what distance of it?

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You should not enter the junction at a crossroads unless...?

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If you wish to change lanes while driving through a roundabout, you must...?

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When entering a major road from an entry ramp/lane, you should aim to join the road at...?

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In which of these circumstances should you give way to all other traffic?

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When you are approaching the crest of a hill or a curve, you should not overtake unless you have a clear view for a minimum distance of...?

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At bridges or narrow roads with give way signs, which of these vehicles should give way?

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Mastering the Australian Capital Territory Learners Practice Test

Navigating the roads of Australia’s Capital Territory (ACT) is a significant responsibility for new drivers. Part of that critical step involves acing the ACT Learners Practice Test, a gateway for young drivers to gain their provisional license. This comprehensive guide will walk you through the importance and preparation of this test and show you the long-term benefits beyond simply passing an exam.

The Australian Capital Territory Learners Practice Test is a significant undertaking in the life of every new driver. By approaching it with the respect it deserves and understanding its deeper value in shaping you as a driver, you lay the groundwork for a safe and fulfilling driving practice. Utilize these strategies not just to pass a test but to understand and respect the rules of the road truly.

Remember, road safety is an ongoing commitment. Use the successful completion of your practice test as the start of a lifelong learning approach to driving. Engage with resources, seek mentorship from experienced drivers, and always stay up-to-date with any changes in rules and regulations. Your dedication will lead to safer roads in ACT and beyond.

Now, take the knowledge gained from this guide and start preparing with confidence. Each question you tackle on the practice test brings you closer to the moment you can proudly say you’re a licensed driver. The road awaits, and with the right preparation, you’re ready to take on the privilege and responsibility of driving in the Australian Capital Territory.