If you are scheduled to take the NSW Drivers test, you may want to start early with your preparations. Though there are many different ways and methods to prepare, our practice tests can assist you in making a passing score the first time.

NSW Road Rules Test 1

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You are waiting to pull out of a side street and a funeral cortege is passing. What should you do?

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You are driving on a road with a solid white line on your side and a dotted white line on the other. Who is allowed to overtake?

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When making a U-turn on a multilane road, you must begin your turn from...?

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Before changing lanes, you must...?

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When exiting a roundabout you should always...?

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Who has responsibility for making sure that every person in a car is wearing a suitable seatbelt or child restraint?

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When an emergency vehicle with flashing lights and/or siren approaches you from behind, you should where possible...?

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You're making a right turn from a three-lane highway into another three-lane highway from the middle lane. Which lane should you join on the new road?

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Which of these vehicles is controlled by the B traffic lights?

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A traffic light camera will take a picture of you if you cross the stopline how long after the light has turned red?

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If your licence is suspended for non-payment of fines, it will be cancelled if you don’t pay the outstanding sums within...?

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What is the minimum age for taking the driver knowledge test?

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You have a P1 licence having passed your driving test in an automatic transmission vehicle. You can only drive a manual vehicle if...?

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When turning right out of a one-way street, you should begin your turn from...?

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If you want to stop, overtake a vehicle turning right or make a turning, you can drive on, across, or outside edge lines for a maximum of...?

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If you hit a domestic animal, you should...?

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You are turning into a street where a pedestrian is just about to cross. Who has right-of-way?

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You are permitted to cross a solid white line in order to...?

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When pulling away from a stationary position at the side of the road or a median strip parking area, you must signal your intention for at least...?

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Turning from one multilane road into another, you should...?

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When there is a sign allowing you to turn left on a red light, what should you do?

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A learner licence is valid for how many years?

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You may drive carefully through a pelican crossing if there are no pedestrians crossing...?

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You must not stop within what distance of a children's crossing?

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If there is an unbroken yellow line along the kerb you can stop...?

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NSW Driving Test Requirements

Before tackling the NSW written driving test, you must meet certain eligibility criteria and understand the procedural requirements.

Age and Residency Requirements

Learners in NSW must be at least 16 years of age to be eligible for applying for a provisional P1 licence, and at least 17 years old to upgrade to a P2 licence. Additionally, you must be a resident of NSW, which involves providing documentation as proof of address.

Documents Needed for the Test

Upon arrival, certain documents must be presented for your written test, including your completed DKT (Driver Knowledge Test) form, proof of identity, and other materials as specified on the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) website. It is crucial to have these documents to be granted entry to the test.

Understanding the Test Format

The written test comprises a series of multiple-choice questions and a hazard perception test. The multiple-choice segment covers a broad range of topics, including general road rules, safe driving practices, and the effects of alcohol and drugs on driving. On the other hand, the hazard perception section assesses your ability to perceive and respond to developing risks on the road.

Familiarizing yourself with the specifics of these tests will alleviate any surprises, allowing you to focus on preparing effectively.