Northern Territory Road Rules Test 1

To pass your written driving exam in Northern Territory you have to give an actual test! It might be stressful but there are ways to make things easier for you. You should do perfect preparation, you should know all the rules so that you can be a responsible driver on the road.

Northern Territory Road Rules Test 1

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If you are stopping, overtaking, or turning, you can drive on, across, or outside edge lines for up to...?

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If no pedestrians are on the crossing, you can drive through a pelican crossing when the light is...?

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You are allowed to exceed the speed limit when overtaking by how much?

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When overtaking an oversized vehicle, it is good practice to...?

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The only way of combating driver fatigue effectively is what?

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It is illegal to drive if your ability is impaired by which of these?

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At night lights must be used to illuminate...?

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Under what circumstances can you lend your NT driving licence to another person?

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When two vehicles are approaching a point at which two lanes merge into one, who has to give way?

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

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When driving at night, you must dip your high beam headlights...?

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Two cars are traveling side-by-side on a 60 km/h speed limit road. One is doing 60 km/h and the other is doing 65 km/h. A hazard appears 38 m ahead and both drivers hit the brakes. The 60 km/h car will hit the hazard at 5 km/h; at what speed will the other car hit the hazard?

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What is the default speed limit in NT in built up areas?

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

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If you're travelling at 60 km/h or more, how much space must you leave a cyclist when overtaking?

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If you run over and kill a wild animal, you should move it at least how far from the edge of the road?

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You must keep in the left lane unless you are overtaking or turning right on all roads with speed limits in excess of...?

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The use of slip lanes when turning, if they are present, is...?

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If any person is injured or property damaged, you must report a crash to police within what time?

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The police can breath test you for alcohol ...?

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If you are leaving a road at an intersection or driveway, you may drive in a bicycle lane but only for a maximum of...?

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You must leave what space between your parked vehicle and a bus stop behind?

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Unless a sign says otherwise, you must not park within what distance of an intersection with traffic lights?

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Speed limit signs around roadworks are...?

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Before pulling away from a stationary position, you should signal for at least...?

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How to Prepare for the Test

Preparation is critical for the Northern Territory Learners Practice Test. Luckily, several resources are available to help you study and practice.

Study Resources and Practice Materials

The Northern Territory Road Users’ Handbook is your primary resource. It’s a detailed guide to the road rules and regulations you will be tested on. Online practice tests are also available to familiarize yourself with the format of the exam and the types of questions you might encounter. Some websites and apps offer packages specifically tailored to the Northern Territory test.

Tips for Effective Study and Preparation

Organize your study plan by allocating time to different sections of the handbook. Focus on understanding the rules rather than on rote memorization. Group study with fellow learners can help reinforce your learning, as it allows for discussions and peer teaching. Regularly taking full-length practice tests under exam-like conditions will improve your time management skills and help you gauge your readiness.

Advice from Experienced Drivers and Instructors

Seek tips from experienced drivers, especially those recently taking the test. Driving school instructors can offer a structured approach to your preparations and provide insider insights into the content of the test. Don’t hesitate to ask questions, and be receptive to their advice.