WA DKT ROAD RULES PRACTICE TEST 01

It should be your aim to pass with flying colors keeping in view the fact that you are aware of all the rules of driving, and thus, you could be a better and safe driver. Also, the best thing to help you would be a practice test and you can practice and match answers to see where you stand!
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Western Australia Road Rules Test 1

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If you are driving long distances, you should take a break at least every...?

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A child must be placed in a rearward facing child restraint until they reach what age?

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You must not overtake a cyclist unless you can give them at least how much clearance?

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Which of these is the only permitted use of a mobile phone when driving?

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If traffic lights have a sign permitting left turn on red, what must you do before turning?

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When you are pulling away from a stationary position at the side of the road, you must indicate for a minimum of what before moving?

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What is the default speed limit in built-up areas in Western Australia?

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Under what circumstances can the police stop and test you for alcohol and drugs?

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When a vehicle ahead of you passes a fixed point on the road, you should not reach that point until how long has passed?

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When turning left at a roundabout, when should you signal left?

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Alert drivers take at least how long to react to an emergency?

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How much more likely are you to be killed in a road crash if you are not wearing a seatbelt?

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Unless a parking control sign says otherwise, you must not stop or park within what distance of the nearest rail of a railway crossing?

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Which of these is a cure for fatigue?

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If you have held your driver's license for less than two years, the maximum blood alcohol concentration permitted is...?

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Turning right out of a one-way street, you should make your turn from...?

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As you enter the freeway, you should adjust your speed so that...?

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Which of these is a permissible reason to cross a single solid dividing line?

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Pedestrians always have right-of-way in what circumstances?

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When approaching or coming up on another vehicle at night, you must give your high beam headlights when you get within what distance of them?

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At a four-way intersection, you must always give way to...?

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You must not park within what distance of a letterbox?

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When you approach a junction and a yellow light is showing, you must stop...?

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You must always use your headlights...?

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When two lanes merge and two vehicles approach the merge point, who has priority?

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Preparing for the WA Driving Test

Test Format and Requirements

The WA Driving Test comprises both practical and theoretical components. The practical test challenges candidates to execute a range of driving maneuvers, including turning, stopping, and reversing, under the supervision of an examiner. The theoretical component tests the applicant’s knowledge of road rules, focusing on scenarios specific to Western Australia.

Strategic Preparation

To acquaint yourself with the test environment and expectations, consider enrolling in a reputable driving school or undertaking mock tests. Familiarizing yourself with local roads and signage can also minimize surprises on the test day, allowing you to approach the exam with confidence nurtured by preparation.

Overcoming Test Day Anxiety

Experiencing nervousness on the day of your driving test is normal, but there are strategies to help manage this anxiety. Firstly, ensure that you have had ample sleep the night before and eat a healthy meal to fuel your body and mind. Practicing mindfulness or meditative breathing can also calm nerves effectively. Lastly, arrive at the test location early to familiarize yourself with the environment and relax before the test commences. Being well-prepared is key to confidence, which can significantly mitigate test-day jitters.

Maintaining a Positive Attitude

A positive attitude towards the driving test can significantly influence your performance and overall experience. Instead of viewing it as an intimidating challenge, approach it as an opportunity to demonstrate your skills and knowledge. With thorough preparation, you are equipped with the competence to undertake the driving test successfully.