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 4

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When you get tired, the best thing to do is...?

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In which of these conditions should you not drive at the speed limit?

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How much over the speed limit is a permissible to go to overtake another vehicle?

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Which of these is the only thing that can change your blood alcohol content?

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When should you signal to make a left turn?

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You can be sanctioned for driving while impaired under the influence of which of these?

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Once you have entered a school zone, you can't return to the default speed limit until...?

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If you refuse to give a breath test when asked, you can be disqualified from driving for up to...?

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If you change your address or name, you must inform Service Tasmania within what time to get your license changed?

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When making a right turn from a two-way road, you should begin your turn from ...?

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The laws about signaling apply...?

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In a no parking zone, you can stop for how long to pick up passengers or goods or drop them off?

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Under what circumstances can you park in a bus or cycle lane?

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When driving at night or in bad conditions, your vehicle must have...?

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You are turning right in a lane with traffic arrows pointing right. When do you have to signal?

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A non-novice learner driver must have a supervising driver with a current Australian full car license that has been held for at least...?

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When towing another car with a tow line, the maximum permitted gap between the two vehicles is...?

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If you double your speed, your stopping distance is increased...?

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If you are going more than half way round a roundabout, you should indicate...?

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How long can you drive in Tasmania on an interstate or New Zealand driver license before you have to get a Tasmanian license?

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The lap part of a seatbelt should sit comfortably...?

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If you have a hazard warning triangle and you have broken down, in country areas you should place the triangle...?

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

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Bicycle lights must be visible at night or in poor weather conditions for at least...?

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Driving away from a bus stop, you must not park within what distance of it?

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Common Mistakes New Drivers Make

Understanding and avoiding common mistakes can dramatically improve your chances of success. Here are a few to be aware of:

Not Being Thorough with Rules

Memorizing road signs and traffic rules is non-negotiable. It’s not uncommon for candidates to fail because they neglected a seemingly minor regulation. Pay equal attention to the uncommon or easily overlooked rules – it’s often where test-takers fall short.

Being Too Nervous

Nerves can lead to lapses in judgment or overcautiousness, both of which can result in test failure. Learn to manage your nerves through relaxation techniques or controlled breathing. Confidence in your preparation can also mitigate test anxiety.

Technical Errors

Even experienced drivers can make technical errors due to nerves or lack of focus. These errors could be as simple as stalling the car during a three-point turn or not checking mirrors before signaling. Practicing regularly can help you drive more smoothly and confidently.