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!

Western Australia Road Rules Test 2

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In built-up areas, you must give way to a bus which has a give way sign and is indicating...?

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Which of these does a direction from a police officer or other authorised person overrule?

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The best way to avoid having an illegal blood alcohol concentration is to...?

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

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A child may not sit in any position in a car without either a child restraint or booster seat until they are what age?

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Which of these is a good reason not to wear seatbelt?

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In a no parking area you can stop to pick up or set down goods or passengers for a maximum of...?

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If you are turning right at a roundabout, when should you start to signal left to show you are leaving?

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Which of these should you use when driving in the rain?

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If you are caught doing a 'burnout', your vehicle can be impounded for how long?

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When turning left you should begin your turn from...?

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People driving between midnight and 6 AM how much more likely to have a crash, approximately?

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You must not park within what distance of the approach side of a pedestrian/children’s crossing?

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When you see an incident response vehicle stopped with flashing lights, you should not pass it at a speed over...?

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In good conditions with an alert driver and a modern car, how long will it take a car to come to a complete stop when the driver reacts to an emergency travelling at 60 km/h?

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You must not park within what distance of a fire hydrant/plug?

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When you are leaving a freeway, you must start to slow down...?

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Approaching a T intersection and wanting to turn right, you must give way to...?

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At an intersection with a stop line, you should stop...?

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If road, traffic, and/or weather conditions are poor, what should you do with your following distance?

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The tread depth on a tyre should be a minimum of what?

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The first thing to do if your brakes appear to fail is to...?

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When another vehicle drives towards you and does not switch its lights off high beam, what should you do?

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On a two-way street, you must park...?

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What does a flashing yellow light at an intersection with traffic lights mean?

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Mastering Key Driving Skills for the WA Driving Test

Lane Discipline and Signaling

Safe driving begins with lane discipline and the timely use of indicators. Maintain a conscious awareness of your position on the road and signal your intentions in advance. Practice changing lanes and merging into traffic smoothly while keeping a safe and respectful distance from other vehicles.

Roundabout Navigation

Roundabouts are a common fixture in Western Australia’s road infrastructure. The key to roundabout navigation is following the rules and using clear and decisive signals. Anticipate your exit and position your vehicle correctly to ensure a safe and efficient maneuver through the roundabout.

Parking Proficiency

Parking maneuvers, particularly parallel and reverse parking, can be daunting for new drivers. Practice these maneuvers extensively to develop spatial awareness and precision. Remember to use the vehicle’s motion to your advantage, allowing for a smooth and controlled parking experience.

Speed Management and Control

Effectively managing your speed according to road conditions, weather, and traffic flow is crucial to safe driving. It’s about adhering to speed limits and adjusting your speed to maintain control and safety. Practice driving at various speeds in different settings to build confidence and ensure you’re prepared for any situation on the road.