Northern Territory Road Rules Test 3

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 3

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Who has right-of-way on a roundabout?

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To reduce fatigue, you should aim to take a 15 minute break from driving every ...?

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You are legally obliged to give way to pedestrians at crossings and...?

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Under what circumstances can you lead an animal from a motor vehicle?

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When asked, you must give your name and address to which of these after an accident?

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When making a U-turn, you should begin from...?

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A person using a motorized wheelchair should be treated by car drivers the same as...?

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

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You must not park within what distance of a level crossing?

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You are approaching a horse and rider on the road. What should you do?

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You come up behind two cyclists who are riding abreast. What should you do?

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The number of passengers in a vehicle is limited to what?

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How can you be sure your blood alcohol concentration is below the legal limit?

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The only reason you should put any body part outside of your vehicle is...?

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Your steering wheel should be adjusted so that it is pointing at your...?

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When passing a motorcycle, you must leave them what amount of space?

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When driving in rainy conditions, your following distance should be...?

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Who will be fined if a passenger over 16 is in a car without a seatbelt?

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After an accident, you should not remove an injured person from a vehicle unless...?

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You must stop at the scene of a road crash in which you are involved...?

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Once alcohol has been consumed, the only thing that will reduce your blood alcohol concentration is what?

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What is the default speed limit in NT on all rural roads and highways?

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When sharing the road with trucks and buses, you must remember...?

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If you're travelling at below 60 km/h, you must leave cyclists how much space when overtaking?

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Which of these could be a dangerous distraction when you are driving a car?

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Strategies for Test Day

Approaching test day with the right mindset and strategy is crucial. Here’s what you need to know to be well-prepared:

What to Expect on Test Day

You must show up at the designated test center on the day of your Northern Territory Learners Practice Test. Be prepared to present the necessary identification and your learner’s permit. The test is conducted in a controlled environment, usually on a computer at the registry office. You’ll be given a set time to complete the test, typically about 30 to 45 minutes.

Mental and Practical Preparation

Give yourself plenty of time to get to the test center. Arriving flustered from rushing can impact your performance. Remember to breathe and maintain a calm state of mind. Ensure you’re well-rested and have eaten before the test to keep your energy levels up. Mentally review key road rules and signs as you wait for your turn.

Managing Test Anxiety

It’s normal to feel nervous before a test, but too much anxiety can be detrimental. Use calming techniques if you start to feel overwhelmed. Simple breathing exercises or a quick review of your notes can help. Remember, the goal is to demonstrate the knowledge you’ve already acquired, so trust in your preparation.