NSW DKT Road Rules Practice Test 04 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. . . If you notice you're starting to feel fatigue, you should…? Turn up the radio Pull over and rest Reduce your speed Open the windowsQuestion 1 of 25 How many people are killed on the road each year because they weren't wearing seatbelts? 70 80 60 90Question 2 of 25 At 60 km/h your crash avoidance space should be…? 30 m 50 m 40 m 60 mQuestion 3 of 25 In poor conditions, e.g. night-time or rain, what should you do with your crash avoidance space? Ignore it Shorten it Keep it the same as normal Extend itQuestion 4 of 25 On Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, what percentage of crashes involve alcohol? 35% 50% 15% 25%Question 5 of 25 Which of these can speed up the rate at which your body gets rid of alcohol? Cold showers Black coffee None of them A large mealQuestion 6 of 25 You are driving on a road in good conditions and the vehicle ahead passes an object. You should not pass the same object until how much time has elapsed? 3 seconds 1 second 2 seconds 4 secondsQuestion 7 of 25 All passengers in your car should have…? A seat A seat and a seatbelt Something to hold onto A seatbeltQuestion 8 of 25 How can you accurately calculate your blood alcohol concentration? Using an online calculator Sticking to a single size of glass You can't Sticking to a single type of drinkQuestion 9 of 25 The best way of avoiding driver fatigue is to do what? Get plenty of sleep before you leave Drive with the windows open Drink lots of coffee Consume energy gelsQuestion 10 of 25 If you fall into a 4 second micro sleep at 100 km/h, how far will the car travel before you take back control of it? 55 m 110 m 25 m 85 mQuestion 11 of 25 Which one of these is a permitted use of a mobile phone when driving? Playing audio Video calling Texting EmailingQuestion 12 of 25 Which of these can affect the BAC you get from a set amount of alcoholic drink? Your weight How tired you are Your fitness All of themQuestion 13 of 25 If you kill or injure somebody by dangerous driving with ”aggravating circumstances” your sentence may be increased by up to what? Four years One year Two years Three yearsQuestion 14 of 25 P1 licence holders under 25 years of age can only carry one passenger under 21 years of age between what hours? 12 PM-7 AM 11 PM-5 AM 2 AM-10 AM 10 AM-5 PMQuestion 15 of 25 When there are extreme events such as heat waves, bushfires, floods etc., if possible, you should…? Not drive Drive more slowly Leave more time for your journey Try to get your journey over as quickly as possibleQuestion 16 of 25 Speed limit signs indicate…? The maximum permitted speed The suggested optimal speed The exact speed you must drive at The minimum permitted speedQuestion 17 of 25 You should always slow down…? In bad weather When driving through water On unsealed roads In all these circumstancesQuestion 18 of 25 At 110 km/h, your crash avoidance space should be…? 82 m 72 m 92 m 102 mQuestion 19 of 25 If you kill someone as a result of dangerous driving, you can be imprisoned for up to…? Six years Ten years Four years Eight yearsQuestion 20 of 25 What's the best way of not committing a drink driving offence? Eating a big meal before you go out Drinking water between alcoholic drinks Driving more slowly when you have a drink Not drinking at allQuestion 21 of 25 P1 licence holders must have a blood-alcohol level of what when they are driving? Zero Below 0.02 Below 0.03 Below 0.01Question 22 of 25 After a night of heavy drinking, it can take up to how long for your BAC to return to zero? 8 hours 6 hours 12 hours 18 hoursQuestion 23 of 25 Two drivers are side-by-side when an obstacle appears 38 m ahead in the road. One driver is driving at 60 km an hour, the other 65 km/h. If they both brake at the same time, the slower driver will hit the obstacle at 5 km/h; what speed will the faster driver hit the obstacle at? 32 km/h 42 km/h 12 km/h 22 km/hQuestion 24 of 25 The police can breathalyse you for alcohol…? If you are speeding If they smell alcohol on your breath Under any circumstances If you drive erraticallyQuestion 25 of 25 Loading... . .