NSW DKT Road Rules Practice Test 03 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. . . A person using a motorized wheelchair should be treated the same as…? A pedestrian A car A cyclist A motorcycleQuestion 1 of 25 Where possible, children under the age of seven must travel in…? Any of these The rear seats The front seats The trunk (station wagons)Question 2 of 25 On a standard car licence, what is the maximum number of passengers you can carry? 15 11 9 7Question 3 of 25 With a full New South Wales car licence, you can ride a car-based motor tricycle providing it is not equipped to carry more than how many people including the driver? 3 2 4 5Question 4 of 25 To combat fatigue, you should make sure that you have a 15-minute break at least every…? 5 hours 4 hours 3 hours 2 hoursQuestion 5 of 25 If you have a learner licence you are not permitted to drive in which of these Sydney parks? Centennial Any of them Moore ParramattaQuestion 6 of 25 If you have a learner licence, under what circumstances can you use a mobile phone when driving? None When using it as a satnav When stationary at traffic lights When using a hands-free kitQuestion 7 of 25 Learner licence holders will have their licence suspended if they incur how many demerit points? 8+ 3+ 6+ 4+Question 8 of 25 If you drive a car-based motor tricycle, you must wear…? A helmet Leather jacket Gloves GogglesQuestion 9 of 25 Children must be restrained using an approved child restraint or suitable booster seat until they reach the age of…? 8 6 7 5Question 10 of 25 Who has responsibility for making sure that every person in a car is wearing a suitable seatbelt or child restraint? Nobody The oldest passenger The individual passenger The driverQuestion 11 of 25 Learner drivers can tow what sort of trailer? Camper trailer Boat trailer None Horse boxQuestion 12 of 25 When driving in areas where there are lots of pedestrians, you should…? Constantly sound your horn Keep your engine revs high Keep your speed low Get through as quickly as possibleQuestion 13 of 25 When you have a learner licence, your blood alcohol concentration when you drive must be…? Below 0.03 Zero Below 0.02 Below 0.01Question 14 of 25 Who can be fined if a car passenger over 16 it is not wearing an available seatbelt? Nobody The passenger The driver and passenger The driverQuestion 15 of 25 What is the most common factor in fatal crashes involving drivers/riders aged between 17 and 25 in New South Wales? Mechanical malfunctions Fatigue Speed AlcoholQuestion 16 of 25 Learning drivers must always be supervised by…? Someone with a P2 licence Someone with a P1 licence Someone with a full Australian licence Someone with a learner licenceQuestion 17 of 25 Drivers from which country are exempt from testing when applying for an NSW licence, if they have a licence from their own country? Canada New Zealand UK USAQuestion 18 of 25 Drivers over the age of 75 will require a medical examination in order to keep their licence at what intervals? Every year Every three years Every two years Every six monthsQuestion 19 of 25 Learner drivers must display L signs on…? The front and rear of the vehicle The front of the vehicle Both sides of the vehicle The rear of the vehicleQuestion 20 of 25 You are legally obliged to give way to pedestrians at/on…? All times Crossings and intersections Suburban roads Rush hourQuestion 21 of 25 When you've been asleep, to avoid the risks of "sleep inertia" you should leave at least how long before you drive? 5 minutes 10 minutes 2 minutes 15 minutesQuestion 22 of 25 How many state driving licences can an Australian citizen hold? 4 3 1 2Question 23 of 25 More than half of pedestrian fatalities occur…? During rush hour The first thing in the morning After dark Around lunchtimeQuestion 24 of 25 As well as observing all posted speed limits, learner drivers must not exceed what speed in any circumstances? 80 km/h 90 km/h 70 km/h 100 km/hQuestion 25 of 25 Loading... . .