TASMANIA DKT ROAD RULES PRACTICE TEST 05

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 5

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At an intersection, you must not enter the intersection until...?

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Which of these correctly describes how you should pass an oncoming vehicle making a right turn when you're also making a right turn?

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You are approaching a level crossing and the lights have not started to flash, but you can see a train in the distance. What should you do?

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The majority of crashes involving cars and motorcycles take place where?

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Your tyres must have a minimum tread across the surface of what?

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If you move to another state in Australia, temporarily or permanently, you can drive on your Tasmanian license therefore how long before exchanging it for that state's license?

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When turning right from a one-way road, you should begin your turn from...?

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When a motorcycle is riding behind you, you should avoid...?

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When roads are wet and slippery, what should you do with your stopping distance?

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The insurance that you have to pay for with your vehicle registration only covers what?

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Which of these are you obliged to do if pulled over by a Transport Inspector?

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When passing two cyclists riding abreast, you should leave the mandatory passing distance from...?

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At 60 km/h, you should leave what gap between your vehicle and the vehicle in front?

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Another driver cuts in front of you. What should you do?

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The youngest age a child should be to use a seatbelt without a booster seat should be...?

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Which of these can distract you when driving?

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When parking on a hill you should...?

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

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If you are caught behind a slow moving vehicle, what should you do?

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You can park across a driveway to pick up or drop off passengers or goods, but only for...?

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If you are found driving on a learner license without an appropriate supervisor, your license will be suspended for how long?

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A driver behind you flashes their lights to indicate that they want to overtake. What should you do?

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If you break down at the side of the road, what should you do with your passengers?

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A flashing red pedestrian light means ...?

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Outside built-up areas you can only park on the crest of the hill or on a curve if your vehicle can be seen by drivers in both directions from...?

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Instructors’ Perspectives and Advice

We reached out to experienced driving instructors in Tasmania to gather additional insights into passing the driving test. Here’s what they had to say:

Simulation is Key

“Simulate the test as closely as possible in your practice runs. Plan your routes and attempt the maneuvers you might be asked to perform. The closer you get to the real thing, the better prepared you’ll be.”

Drive Appropriately for Conditions

“Examiners are looking for drivers who can adapt to the current road and weather conditions. Be aware of signage, road markings, and other vehicles. Be ready to change your driving to suit the situation, whether it’s raining or there’s a school zone nearby.”