Queensland Road Rules Test 4

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.
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Queensland Road Rules Test 4

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The only two official hand signals are for what?

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When a large vehicle is accompanied by a pilot vehicle, you should overtake...?

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Under what circumstances are passengers under seven years of age allowed to travel in a vehicle without a proper child restraint?

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After you have first identified a hazard, you should do what?

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You must not leave someone in a parked vehicle if they are under the age of...?

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You must not park within what distance of a level crossing in either direction?

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How many demerit points acquired over three years will mean you have to choose between a licence suspension or a one year good driving behaviour period?

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Traveling at 70 km/h on a dry road, your stopping distance will be 56 m. On a wet road at the same speed, it will take you how have further to stop?

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What is the maximum time you can stop in a loading zone if dropping off or picking up passengers?

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When driving interstate, you have to comply with...?

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When leaving your driveway or other private land to enter a road, you must give way to...?

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If you accumulate four or more demerit points during one year on a learner licence, how long will your licence be suspended for?

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How many demerit points will you accumulate if you are caught driving without a seatbelt and had already committed the same offense within the past year?

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Which of these drugs can be identified by a roadside saliva test?

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You must only use your vehicle's horn to do what?

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Which of these groups of drivers is the most likely to be involved in crashes resulting in death or injury?

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A child of seven years or younger should not sit in the front row seats of a vehicle unless...?

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When a school bus has its yellow lights flashing, that means...?

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Driving while your licence or authority to drive is suspended may incur a jail term of up to what length?

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It is illegal to drive when impaired by which of these?

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Which of these does the compulsory third-party insurance included in your registration fee cover?

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If you drive over the alcohol limit,what will happen to your comprehensive insurance?

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Unless a sign says otherwise, you may not park within what distance of an intersection without traffic lights?

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A built-up area is classified as one where there are buildings on the land next to the road or there is street lighting at intervals not greater than...?

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To turn right at a roundabout, you should signal...?

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Helpful Tips for Success

Aiming high in your endeavors requires dedication, strategic planning, and a positive mindset. By setting clear goals, staying motivated, and seeking continuous improvement, you can achieve your aspirations. Remember, consistency and perseverance are key factors on the path to success.

With the practical test being the more challenging component for most, it’s important to review the specific skills you will be tested on.

Navigating Tricky Manoeuvres

Certain maneuvers, such as reverse parking, require skill and precision. Practicing consistently will give you the muscle memory and confidence to perform these maneuvers well.

Dealing with Test Anxiety

Anxiety is a normal part of the testing process, but it shouldn’t control your actions. Acknowledge your anxiety, but don’t feed it with negativity. Instead, focus on the aspects you can control, such as your breathing and mental outlook.

Strategies for the Practical and Theoretical Components

For the practical, ensure you understand what all the controls in your car do, especially the ones you don’t use often; for the theoretical, practice reading and interpreting road signs regularly and take as many practice tests as possible to become comfortable with the format and timing.