All of the questions that appear on the Tasmania learner’s practice test come from the official driver’s handbook. This handbook is available for download online, or you can pick up a copy at your local Drive Test Centre. The handbook lists all of the laws, rules, and road signs that drivers need to follow on the road or might see on the road. This is a lot of information.

Tasmania Road Rules Test 2

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Approaching a bus stop, you must not park within what distance of it ?

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When overtaking a turning vehicle, entering or leaving a road, or avoiding a hazard, you can drive in a bus lane but only for a maximum of...?

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What color L plates must you display on an L1 or L2 license?

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Full license holders and supervisory drivers must at all times have a blood alcohol concentration below...?

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What is the default speed limit in Tasmania in a country area on a sealed road?

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When parking your car you should always leave how much gap between your vehicle and those in front or behind?

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A driver must wear a seatbelt at all times except...?

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Your horn should only be used as...?

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When a school zone is active, what is the maximum speed limit?

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When you are going straight ahead at a roundabout, how should you indicate?

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When must you give way to a bus?

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In which of the circumstances is it permissible to hold a mobile phone in your hand when driving?

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Which of these is the only permissible reason to drive across a double broken dividing line on the road?

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When driving on an L1 license, you must have a supervising driver with a full current Australian license with no period of disqualification or suspension in the last...?

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Bicycles must not ride within 2 m of the rear of a moving motor vehicle for more than what distance continuously?

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Approaching an oncoming vehicle or another vehicle from behind, you should dip your headlights when you get within...?

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If a horse rider signals that they are having trouble controlling their horse, what should you do?

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Which of these should you not do when an emergency vehicle with lights or siren on comes up behind you?

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In what circumstances can you enter a bicycle storage area?

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You must always leave what distance between your parked car and a fire hydrant?

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Which of these is an influence of alcohol?

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You are turning left from a continuing road into a terminating road at a T intersection. You must give way to...?

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When can you proceed at a pedestrian crossing?

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You are turning left from a multilane road with no turn lines. From where should you make your turn?

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If you are turning left using a slip lane, you must give way to...?

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Tips for Tackling Tasmania’s Driving Test

Theoretical Preparation

Start by obtaining a copy of the ‘Road Users Handbook’ and ‘Tasmanian Road Rules Handbook,’ available online or at Service Tasmania, for a thorough understanding of local rules. In addition, utilize online practice tests that closely simulate the actual exam, enabling you to gauge your knowledge and improve your performance over time. Dedicate regular, focused study sessions that cover the breadth of road rules and signs. Remember, rote learning is not enough—the key is comprehension and application.

Brush Up on Practical Skills

Practicing with a licensed and experienced driver as often as possible will do wonders for your comfort and confidence behind the wheel. Begin with the basics and gradually include a variety of road conditions in your training. Familiarize yourself with the specific areas designated for testing, ensuring you understand the local lay of the land, road conditions, and common hazards. Utilize tools like appointment reminders, driving skill trackers, and road map apps to stay organized and on track.