Northern Territory Road Rules Test 4

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 4

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When braking in rainy conditions, you should try to brake...?

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The most common type of crash is what?

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A fit and alert driver will require how long to react to a hazard?

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Anyone caught cheating on the Driver Knowledge Test will be failed and cannot take the test again for...?

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If your vehicle breaks down, passengers should...?

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You must take the key from the ignition and lock all doors and windows if you've parked an empty car and you are going to move more than what distance away from you?

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When driving at night, you should choose a speed that allows you to stop within...?

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What is the demerit point threshold in NT for a driver with a full licence?

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Unless a sign says otherwise, you may not park within what distance of an intersection with no traffic lights?

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At junctions where it is permitted to turn left on a red light, before turning you must...?

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The safest drivers drive...?

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You are driving on a road in good conditions and the vehicle ahead passes an object. You should not pass the same object until how much time has elapsed?

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Your vehicle's tyres must have a tread depth of at least...?

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The police have a right to demand you produce your licence...?

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If you hit a domestic animal, you should contact...?

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In a 'no parking' area you will be fined if you stop for longer than...?

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When waiting to turn right across traffic, you should keep the wheels of your car...?

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You must not stop within what distance of a pedestrian crossing (approach)?

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When scanning for hazards, you should be looking?

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When should you start to signal if turning left at a roundabout?

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What is the maximum speed allowed in a school zone?

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If you drift off the edge of the road, what should you do?

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To drive in NT, it is compulsory to have what sort of insurance?

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If you are driving a vehicle more than 7.5 m long, you must leave what distance between yourself and any other long vehicle ahead?

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Someone is driving towards you and they have forgotten to dip their headlights. What should you do?

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After the Test

Once you’ve finished the test, the next steps are to interpret the results and move forward in your driver training.

Understanding Your Results

After completing the test, your results will be available immediately. If you’ve passed, congratulations! Take a moment to celebrate your achievement. If you didn’t pass, review your feedback to understand which areas may need more attention. This will help you focus your efforts on the next attempt.

Next Steps for New Drivers

If you pass the practice test, you’re a step closer to obtaining your driver’s license. Continue with practical driving lessons and gather experience on the road. If you need to retake the test, don’t be discouraged. Use your feedback as a tool for targeted learning. Engage more actively with your study resources, and consider additional practice tests to reinforce your knowledge.