TASMANIA DKT ROAD RULES PRACTICE TEST 03

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.
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Tasmania Road Rules Test 3

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You should always keep as close as practical to the left side of a road that has more than one lane if the speed limit is more than...?

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When you are leaving a roundabout less than halfway around, you should begin indicating...?

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Which of these is the legitimate reason to have your hazard lights on?

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When driving on an L1 license, you must not have a blood alcohol concentration over...?

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In a no parking zone, a vehicle with a parking permit for people with disabilities can stop for up to how long?

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A child should not be moved to a booster seat instead of a car seat until they are at least what age?

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When driving on learner or provisional license you must carry your license with you...?

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Which of these do you have to give way to the pedestrian crossing?

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When must you indicate when making a U-turn?

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What is the maximum disqualification period that can be imposed for drink driving?

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

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You should never overtake a vehicle when...?

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When you are entering traffic from a car park or driveway, you must give way to...?

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When the speed limit is 60 km/h or less, how much space must you leave a bicycle when overtaking?

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You must not park within what distance of an intersection without traffic lights?

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What is the maximum number of points a driver on any form of license can accumulate in three years before their license is suspended for five months?

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When parking your car, there should always be a gap of what between the outside of your vehicle and continuous dividing lines/median strip or the outside of cars parked the other side of the road (if no dividing line or dividing line is broken)?

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When turning left, you should make your turn from...?

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If a driver puts her hand out of the window with the elbow bent at 90 degree and palm upwards, what is she saying?

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When driving at night, you should always drive as a speed that lets you stop...?

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In which of these scenarios is it permissible to cross to the other side of the road to overtake another vehicle?

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When changing lanes, who has right-of-way?

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Bicycle riders may ride two abreast, but not more than what distance apart?

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Driving away from a pedestrian or children's crossing, you must not park within what distance of it?

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When you are turning at an intersection with traffic lights, you should not exceed what speed?

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Navigating the Test Day

On the day of your driving test, your ability to stay focused and composed can make all the difference. Here’s what to do to ensure you give your best performance:

Preparation is Key

Prepare your car the day before the test, making sure it’s clean, fueled, and in good working order. Gather all the necessary paperwork, including your learner’s license, logbook, and any test notifications or payments. Know the route to the testing center and plan to arrive early to acclimatize and settle any last-minute nerves.

Test Conduct

During the test, take your time to think through your actions. Remember the road rules: drive defensively and always be ready for the unexpected. If you’re not sure about something, such as the right-of-way at a tricky intersection, it’s okay to ask for clarification. The examiner wants to see that you’re a safe and considerate driver.

Post-Test Reflection

Whether you pass or not, use the test as a learning experience. If you don’t pass, ask the examiner for feedback on areas that need improvement. This is valuable information you can incorporate into future practice sessions. If you do pass, congratulations! However, the learning doesn’t stop there. Be vigilant and continue honing your skills as you gain more experience on the road.