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 3

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The speed limit represents...?

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On roads with lane markings, cyclists may legally use...?

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If you drive with a blood alcohol concentration over the legal limit, you could face...?

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Which of these should you avoid using when driving in fog or smoke?

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When travelling at high speed, you may need to signal your intention to turn or switch lanes...?

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If there is no stop line or stop sign at a railway crossing, you should always stop at least how far from the nearest rail?

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If a child runs out into the road in front of you and your travelling at 65 km/h, assuming you are alert and have good brakes, what speed will you be travelling when you hit them?

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A person may not ride in the tray of a Ute...?

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

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Tyre pressures should always be checked...?

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With which of these road markings are you allowed to overtake?

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A child must be placed in a child restraint with inbuilt harness until they are what age?

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On a road with no marked lanes, you should...?

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Not giving way to incident response vehicles (emergency breakdown vehicles) is...?

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Road users between 17 and 24 years of age make up what fraction of Western Australia's road deaths?

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What is the highest permissible speed for a learner driver in Western Australia?

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All learner drivers must always have a maximum blood alcohol content of...?

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Which of these effects does alcohol have on a driver?

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If you are going straight on at a roundabout, you should...?

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Your brake lights must be bright enough to be clearly visible in direct sunlight at a distance of...?

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Which is the is the only time an ordinary driver is allowed not to wear a seatbelt?

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You should enter a freeway at...?

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Which of these will sober you up if you've been drinking?

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You must not make U-turns unless you can do it...?

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It is an offence to use your horn for anything but...?

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Common Mistakes to Be Conscious Of

Blind Spot Neglect

Failing to check the blind spots can lead to dangerous situations, especially when changing lanes or turning. Cultivate a habit of shoulder checking in addition to using mirrors, as it provides a complete view of the surrounding traffic.

Adhering to Speed Limits and Traffic Signs

One of the most frequent errors is neglecting to follow speed limits or obeying the guidance of traffic signs. Be diligent about monitoring your speed and be prepared to adjust it according to the road conditions. Consistent observation and interpretation of traffic signs are also crucial for safe driving and exam success.

Steering Wheel Placement

The incorrect hand position on the steering wheel can compromise control and is often a subtle yet important evaluation point during the test. The recommended ’10 and 2′ or ‘9 and 3’ hand positions provide the best leverage and control over the vehicle, so practice keeping your hands in these positions whenever possible.

Improper Lane Use

A common mistake many learners make is incorrect or unsafe lane usage. This includes failing to signal when changing lanes, not maintaining lane position during turns, or using the wrong lane at traffic lights and roundabouts. Always be aware of lane markings and signage, using them as guides to ensure you’re in the correct lane well before making a turn or lane change. Practice makes perfect, so take the time to familiarize yourself with lane usage rules and apply them diligently whenever you’re on the road.