There’s nothing quite as exciting as getting to drive for the first time. Of course, before you can hit the road in South Australia, you must first pass the written test. This is a test created by the Department of Planning, Transport, and Infrastructure to test the potential driver’s knowledge of driving rules and the ability to recognize road signs.

South Australia Road Rules Test 5

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If you are in a crash, you must stop...?

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If a passenger over 16 is found not wearing a seatbelt when in motion, which will be fined?

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You will lose your licence immediately if you are caught with a blood alcohol concentration at or above what?

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You should increase your following distance of the vehicle in front if...?

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You must always park at least what distance from a fire hydrant?

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When overtaking a truck, you should not pull back in until you can see...?

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You can be disqualified from driving with a learner's permit or provisional licence if you accumulate how many demerit points?

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Which of these will help reduce your blood alcohol concentration and make you safe to drive?

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What proportion of road deaths in South Australia are pedestrians?

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Approximately what percentage of drivers and riders killed in South Australia each year have a blood alcohol concentration in excess of 0.05?

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At 60 km/h in good conditions, what is the minimum distance it will take you to stop?

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A young driver carrying 2 or 3 passengers under the age of 21 is how much more likely to crash?

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Which of these must you carry when driving in South Australia?

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How long does the average fit and alert driver take to react to a hazard?

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On the approach to a pedestrian crossing, you must not park within what distance of the crossing?

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The maximum default speed limit outside built-up areas in South Australia is what?

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In which of these circumstances is it acceptable to cross a single continuous dividing line?

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A school zone is active whenever a child...?

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If you are in a crash you must provide all involved parties with...?

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What is the speed limit on the approach to a wombat pedestrian crossing?

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If you refuse to submit to a saliva or breathalyzer test, your licence will be disqualified for at least how long?

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It is recommended that children our safest in the backseat of the car until they are at least what age?

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Airbags reduce the chance of serious head injury in a crash by how much?

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What’s the best thing to do if you start to feel fatigued when driving?

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In South Australia, a radar detector is illegal...?

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Mastering the SA Learners Licence Test

Steering onto the road toward independent driving can be both exhilarating and a little daunting, especially for learners in South Australia. The first stop on this journey is the South Australia Learners Licence Test, a significant hoop to jump through before you can hit the suburban streets or open highways on your own. To ensure you’re thoroughly prepared to take the wheel, this comprehensive guide will take you through the ins and outs of the test, equipping you with the knowledge and strategies needed to pass this critical milestone smoothly.

Understanding the SA Learners Licence Test

Before you can conquer the test, it’s important to understand what it encompasses. The SA Learners Licence Test evaluates your knowledge of road rules, safe driving practices, and understanding of traffic signs and signals. Essentially, it’s a written examination, either paper-based or digital, consisting of multiple-choice questions derived from the South Australian Road Rules. You’ll encounter scenarios that challenge your decision-making processes, ensuring you’re not just memorizing rules but understanding how to apply them in real-world driving situations. Preparing for this test requires meticulous study, practical understanding, and strategy.

Preparing for the Test

As with any test, preparation is key to success. The good news is that South Australia provides various resources to help you prepare for your learner’s Licence Test. The primary source of information is the South Australian Road Rules Handbook, which contains all the essential knowledge needed for safe and responsible driving in the state. Ensure you read it thoroughly, paying attention to road rules, signs, and signals. Furthermore, you can access online practice tests through the South Australian Government website or download them as mobile applications. These practice tests are designed to simulate the real test experience, allowing you to familiarize yourself with how questions are presented and giving you an idea of what to expect on your test day. It’s important to take these practice tests seriously and use them to identify any knowledge gaps you may have.