NSW DKT Road Rules Practice Test 06 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 injure someone as a result of dangerous driving, you can be imprisoned for up to…? Seven years Nine years Five years Three yearsQuestion 1 of 25 If you exceed the speed limit by more than 30 km/h but less than 45 km/h, how long (minimum) will your licence be suspended for? Three months Two weeks Six months One monthQuestion 2 of 25 Which of these is best for reducing fuel consumption? Decelerating quickly when stopping Accelerating up to speed quickly Maintaining a steady speed Regularly changing speedQuestion 3 of 25 If your lights are not working properly, you can only drive at night if…? Under no circumstances You drive in a well-lit area You are in a rural area You are going to get them fixedQuestion 4 of 25 Before making a steering manoeuvre, you should…? Accelerate Maintain speed Reduce speed Apply the brake halfwayQuestion 5 of 25 The lap part of a seatbelt should be positioned…? Across your hips Below your hips Above your hips Any of theseQuestion 6 of 25 Which of these phrases best describes the best way to apply the brakes? None of them Light then squeeze Full on immediately Pumping rapidlyQuestion 7 of 25 In normal conditions with a car that has been used regularly, you should warm the engine up for…? Five minutes Three minutes One minute It doesn't need warming upQuestion 8 of 25 What is the default urban speed limit in New South Wales? 60 km/h 50 km/h 40 km/h 30 km/hQuestion 9 of 25 Your vehicle’s tyres must have a tread depth of at least what? 0.5 mm 1 mm 2 mm 1.5 mmQuestion 10 of 25 A driver with a full licence must at all times have below what blood alcohol concentration? 0.03 0.05 0.06 0.04Question 11 of 25 In a shared traffic zone, the speed limit is…? 15 km/h 10 km/h 5 km/h 20 km/hQuestion 12 of 25 If you exceed the speed limit by more than 45 km/h, how long (minimum) will your licence be suspended for? Six months Three months One month One yearQuestion 13 of 25 What is the default speed limit outside urban areas in New South Wales? 120 km/h 100 km/h 80 km/h 60 km/hQuestion 14 of 25 You should avoid alcohol when driving because it…? Makes you overconfident Impairs your judgment Slows your brain function Does all of these thingsQuestion 15 of 25 If you are caught driving under the influence of prescription drugs, what penalty could you face? Licence suspension of three years or more 18 months in prison All of these $3000 fineQuestion 16 of 25 If you have to wear glasses or contact lenses to drive, your licence will have which letter on it? S G B EQuestion 17 of 25 School bus zone speed limits only apply…? When a school bus with flashing orange lights is present During daytime hours When a school bus is present When children are waiting at the bus stopQuestion 18 of 25 For optimal airbag function, the steering wheel should be positioned so it is pointing at the driver's...? Chest Face Stomach GroinQuestion 19 of 25 Which of these offences attracts double demerit points in a holiday period? Speeding Illegal use of a mobile phone All of them Not wearing a seatbeltQuestion 20 of 25 If you have a blood alcohol level of 0.05, your risk of being involved in a crash…? Halves Trebles Doubles Remains the sameQuestion 21 of 25 Which of these will increase your fuel consumption? All of them An unladen roof rack Speeding Low tyre pressureQuestion 22 of 25 The speed limit in school zones and near school bus stops is what? 30 km/h 40 km/h 60 km/h 50 km/hQuestion 23 of 25 When a school bus has its orange lights flashing, you must not pass it at more than…? 60 km/h 50 km/h 40 km/h 30 km/hQuestion 24 of 25 When driving, you should pull your seatbelt tight approximately…? Every 45 minutes Every 30 minutes Every 15 minutes Every 60 minutesQuestion 25 of 25 Loading... . .