Queensland Road Rules Test 1

This site will not only help to guide you on what to expect but also prepare you with practice tests. These tests are very similar to the actual exams so they can help you to be successful in obtaining your Queensland driver’s license so that you can be free to drive as soon as you can.

Queensland Road Rules Test 1

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Which of these is not an acceptable reason for overtaking a vehicle on its left?

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How often should you be scanning the road for hazards as you drive?

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Your licence will be suspended immediately if you have a blood alcohol concentration over...?

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You can only make a U-turn if...?

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You can drive in a T3 transit lane if you are carrying at least how many passengers?

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When turning left at an intersection, you should position yourself...?

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When turning right from a one-way street, you should make the turn from...?

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When entering a motorway from an on ramp, you should aim to join at...?

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Traveling at 100 km/h on a wet road, what is your stopping distance?

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How long does the average driver take to react to an incident, i.e. how long between them seeing a hazard and braking?

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Turning from a single lane road into a multilane road, you should turn into...?

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If you are found driving with a blood alcohol level over the legal limit but under 0.10, your licence will be suspended for how long, after which you can resume driving until a court decides your case?

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If you are convicted of drink/drunk driving, the court may still allow you to keep a restricted licence if you can prove you need it for...?

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What is the default speed limit on a road in a built-up area in Queensland?

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When turning left at a roundabout, you should signal...?

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When you're out on the road, which of these has the greatest precedence?

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To prevent skidding, you should accelerate, brake and corner...?

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If you need to drive in a bicycle lane to enter or leave a road, you must only drive in it for a maximum of...?

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You must not park within what distance of a fire hydrant?

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Your L plates must be what colour?

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On a two way road, the basic rule is to...?

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You can be stopped by the police for a random breath test...?

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A normal size child should not move on to standard seatbelts until they are at least what age?

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Whenever you park, there must always be what distance between your car and the other side of the road, continuous marked centerlines, or a vehicle parked on the other side of the road?

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How far over the speed limit can you go when you want to overtake?

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Understanding the Queensland Driving Test

Before you can zoom around the Sunshine State, you must undergo and pass the stringent Queensland driving test. This test, which assesses both your theoretical knowledge and practical skills, is designed to ensure that you are fully equipped to handle the complexities of the road.

Test Structure and Requirements

The Queensland driving test is divided into the practical on-road driving assessment and the written road rules exam. The practical test evaluates your ability to safely operate a vehicle and adhere to road signs and rules. The written exam, on the other hand, quizzes your knowledge of Queensland’s road regulations and etiquette. To be eligible for the test, candidates must:.

  • Hold a valid Queensland learner’s permit.
  • Log the required minimum number of supervised driving hours.
  • Not have any traffic convictions within the last twelve months.

Preparing Logically and Psychologically

Preparation involves both mental and practical strategies. Logically, this means familiarizing yourself with Queensland’s unique road rules and practicing driving under various conditions. But don’t underestimate the psychological aspect. Preparing your mind to deal with stress and unexpected situations is equally crucial.