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.
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NSW Road Rules Test 6

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If you are caught driving under the influence of prescription drugs, what penalty could you face?

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What is the default speed limit outside urban areas in New South Wales?

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When driving, you should pull your seatbelt tight approximately...?

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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?

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A driver with a full licence must at all times have below what blood alcohol concentration?

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Which of these phrases best describes the best way to apply the brakes?

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For optimal airbag function, the steering wheel should be positioned so it is pointing at the driver's...?

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Which of these is best for reducing fuel consumption?

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If you have to wear glasses or contact lenses to drive, your licence will have which letter on it?

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Your vehicle's tyres must have a tread depth of at least what?

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In a shared traffic zone, the speed limit is...?

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If you exceed the speed limit by more than 45 km/h, how long (minimum) will your licence be suspended for?

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You should avoid alcohol when driving because it...?

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Before making a steering manoeuvre, you should...?

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Which of these will increase your fuel consumption?

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What is the default urban speed limit in New South Wales?

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When a school bus has its orange lights flashing, you must not pass it at more than...?

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The lap part of a seatbelt should be positioned...?

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In normal conditions with a car that has been used regularly, you should warm the engine up for...?

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The speed limit in school zones and near school bus stops is what?

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If your lights are not working properly, you can only drive at night if...?

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School bus zone speed limits only apply...?

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If you have a blood alcohol level of 0.05, your risk of being involved in a crash...?

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If you injure someone as a result of dangerous driving, you can be imprisoned for up to...?

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Which of these offences attracts double demerit points in a holiday period?

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Practical Driving Tips for Your On-road Test

To complement your written test preparation, honing your practical driving skills is crucial for passing the on-road component of the NSW driving test. Here are several practical driving tips to keep in mind:

  • Practice Defensive Driving: Always be aware of your surroundings and anticipate the actions of other drivers. This means keeping a safe distance from vehicles in front, being cautious at intersections, and constantly scanning the road for potential hazards.
  • Master Vehicle Control: Smooth operation of the vehicle is key. Practice smooth steering, braking, and accelerating to demonstrate your control over the vehicle.
  • Follow Speed Limits: Adhering to speed limits is not just about avoiding fines—it’s also a critical aspect of safe driving. Ensure you’re always aware of the speed limit of the road you’re on and adjust your speed accordingly, especially in adverse weather conditions or in school zones.
  • Understand and Use Your Vehicle’s Signals: Using indicators for changing lanes or turning is essential. Also, ensure you understand and correctly use the vehicle’s headlights, hazard lights, and other important functions.
  • Stay Calm and Focused: Test anxiety can affect performance, so it’s important to stay calm and focused during the test. Take deep breaths, focus on the task, and keep a positive mindset.

Practicing these driving tips regularly before your test will not only help you become a safer, more competent driver but also greatly improve your chances of passing the on-road test on your first attempt. Remember, competence builds confidence, so the more you practice, the more confident you’ll be during your test.