NSW DKT ROAD RULES PRACTICE TEST 07

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 7

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You should dip your headlights to low beam when coming up behind a vehicle or approaching an oncoming vehicle when you get within what distance of them?

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Which of these vehicles is not permitted to use a bus lane?

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An authorized towing truck in New South Wales should have a number plate consisting of four numbers followed by what?

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Under what circumstances can you drive with a person in the boot of a station wagon?

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When you get to a stop line, you should stop...?

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P1 drivers under the age of 25 cannot carry more than one passenger of what age between 11 PM and 5 AM?

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If you are towing a caravan on a road without streetlights, you must remain at least what distance from heavy vehicles or other vehicles towing caravans unless overtaking?

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If you are leaving a road at a driveway or intersection, you can drive in a bicycle lane for a maximum of what distance?

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If you are caught cheating on the Driver Knowledge Test, you will be disqualified and cannot take the test again for how long?

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The only instance where it is permissible for driver not to wear a seatbelt is...?

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If you are under 18 and use false ID to buy alcohol, your provisional licence can be extended for...?

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When two lanes merge into one, which car has the priority?

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If the police do not attend the scene of the crash in which you are involved, you must inform them of the crash if...?

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If you are in an accident where a native animal is injured, you should contact...?

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Your car horn can only be used for which of these purposes?

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When a lane is marked as T3, you can drive in it provided you are carrying at least how many passengers?

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What is the minimum age at which you can take your driving test?

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The safest thing to do if possible if you break down on a highway is what?

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Nobody must ride in a caravan while it is being towed unless ...?

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Who has right-of-way at a T intersection?

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If you have a warning triangle, after an accident you should display it a minimum distance from your vehicle?

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When turning right at an intersection, you must give way to...?

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What percentage of fatal accidents are caused by drivers being distracted?

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You can exercise a pet with a lead tied to your vehicle...?

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You must obtain a New South Wales licence if you have been resident in New South Wales for more than...?

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Managing Test Anxiety

Managing test anxiety is crucial for achieving your best performance during the NSW driving test. Here are several strategies to help keep anxiety in check:

  • Prepare Thoroughly: Confidence comes from preparation. Ensure you’ve spent ample time practicing both the practical and theoretical aspects of driving. Consider taking mock tests under simulated test conditions.
  • Develop a Pre-Test Routine: Establish a calming pre-test routine with relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, or calming music. A familiar routine can significantly reduce anxiety levels.
  • Visualize Success: Spend time visualizing a successful test outcome. Imagine yourself answering questions correctly and driving confidently. Positive visualization can boost your confidence and reduce nervousness.
  • Stay Healthy: Sleep enough the night before the test, eat a nutritious meal before entering, and stay hydrated. Physical well-being has a significant impact on mental state.
  • Focus on the Process, Not the Outcome: Concentrate on the task rather than worrying about passing or failing. Breaking the test into smaller, manageable tasks can make it seem less daunting.
  • Talk About Your Anxiety: Sometimes, discussing your feelings with a friend, family member, or instructor can help alleviate stress. They might provide encouragement and useful advice based on their own experiences.

Implementing these tips can help you manage test anxiety effectively, leading to a more relaxed and confident approach to your NSW driving test. Also, remember that the test is part of a process, not the end goal. Even if you don’t pass on your first attempt, you must keep practicing and improving your driving skills until you succeed.