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 5

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When passing a motorcycle, you must give them...?

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Over half of motorcycle crashes occur where?

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You should always drive at a speed that allows you to see where you will be in...?

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A good driving posture will help to...?

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When passing a bicycle in an area where the speed limit is 60 km/h or more, you must give them at least how much space?

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Your numberplates must be able to be read clearly anywhere in a 45° arc from your vehicle's centreline from what distance?

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A fit and healthy driver needs how long to respond to a hazard?

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The most common type of crash in New South Wales is...?

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Buffering' means positioning your vehicle...?

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A P2 licence will be cancelled if you incur how many demerit points?

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A solo bicycle rider is allowed to ride on footpaths if they are...?

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In poor visibility or darkness, cyclists must have front and rear lights that must be visible for a minimum of...?

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P2 licence holders must display P plates of what colour?

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It is the law that a cyclist must give a hand signal when they are...?

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How much more likely are motorcyclists to be killed in road crashes compared to car users?

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When passing a horse or horse-drawn vehicle, you should...?

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What percentage of crashes involving provisional drivers are ones where they run off the road with no other vehicle involved?

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In most emergency situations, the best response will be to...?

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When scanning for hazards, you should focus on...?

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If your registration has expired, what should you do with your numberplates?

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Full (Unrestricted) licence holders will have their licence suspended if they incur how many demerit points for traffic offences in three years?

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P2 licence holders can use a mobile phone when driving under what circumstances?

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Which of your numberplates must be illuminated at night?

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In an area where the speed limit is 60 km/h or less, when passing a bicycle you must give them at least how much space?

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If safe to do so which of these are you permitted to do when passing a bicycle?

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Preparing for the Written Component

The written component of the NSW driving test evaluates your understanding and application of road rules, traffic signs, and safe driving practices. Here are some essential tips to help you prepare:

Familiarize Yourself with the Road Rules and Traffic Signs

Reviewing the official Road Users’ Handbook is a good place to start. This comprehensive guide contains all the information you’ll need about the road rules in NSW, traffic signs, and safe driving practices. It’s advisable to read through this handbook several times to ensure you have a solid understanding of the contents.

Practice with Sample Tests

To get a feel for the questions you might encounter on the written test, take advantage of online resources offering sample tests. These practice tests simulate the actual exam environment and can greatly aid in reinforcing your knowledge and identifying areas where further study is required.

Remember, preparation is key to passing the written component of the NSW driving test. By thoroughly understanding the road rules, familiarizing yourself with traffic signs, and completing practice tests, you’ll increase your chances of passing on your first attempt.