WA DKT ROAD RULES PRACTICE TEST 04

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 4

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Accruing 20 or more demerit points results in a disqualification of...?

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A child is not permitted in the front seat of a car under any circumstances if they are less than what age?

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If you break down in a built-up area and you have a warning triangle, you should place it at what distance from your vehicle?

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At a roundabout you must...?

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At an intersection with a stop line, you must give way to...?

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When driving at night, you should always be able to stop...?

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If you change your address, you must notify the Department of Transport within...?

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If you are forced onto the gravel at the side of the road, the first thing you should do is...?

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What percentage of drivers killed in road crashes in Western Australia are below 20 years of age?

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If you have to administer CPR, you should administer how many compressions before two breaths?

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What is the maximum speed limit for a vehicle towing a caravan or trailer?

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You must not park within what distance on the approach side of a bus stop?

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What proportion of serious crashes occur after dark?

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Which of these is exempt from wearing a seatbelt?

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Which of these is a good reason to stick to the speed limit?

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Your exterior rearview mirror should be adjusted so that in the lower edge you can just see...?

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When provisional licence holders still come under the night time driving restrictions, they may not drive between...?

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If you are driving and become drowsy, falling into a 'micro sleep' of 3-5 seconds when driving at 100 km/h, how far will your vehicle travel without you being in control?

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If you are confronted by an aggressive driver, your best strategy is...?

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Crashes must be reported to police if an injury has occurred or a total damage of more than what sum is done to vehicles and/or property?

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Which of these is not covered by motor injury insurance?

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If a driver holds their arm out of the window bent at the elbow, palm upwards, which of these can it signal?

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Who is legally responsible for making sure that every child in a vehicle has a suitable restraint?

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The highest maximum blood alcohol concentration permitted for any driver is what?

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You must not park within what distance of either side of a railway crossing?

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Nearing the Test Day

Prioritizing Rest and Relaxation

In the days leading up to the driving test, prioritize adequate rest. Practice calming techniques to manage pre-test jitters and ensure you are well-rested to perform your best. An alert and composed test-taker will more likely demonstrate their true driving capabilities.

Strategic Test-Day Approach

Plan to arrive at the test location early to familiarize yourself with the area and shake off any remaining nervousness. Use the extra time to review driving procedures and test techniques mentally. Remember to have all required documentation ready to avoid unnecessary stress or delay.

Maintaining Focus

During the test, maintain a high level of concentration. Eliminate distractions and aim to be fully present on the task at hand. Visualization techniques can be powerful tools to reinforce your preparedness and keep your mind focused on the road ahead.

After the Test: Reflecting and Learning

Regardless of the test outcome, reflecting on the experience is important. If you pass, consider which areas you excelled in and where there’s room for improvement as a new driver. If the result isn’t what you hoped for, seek feedback on your performance. Understanding your weaknesses is the first step to becoming a better driver. Schedule your next test only when you feel more confident and have had enough practice to address any issues. Remember, perseverance is critical to success in driving as in life.