Victoria DKT Road Rules Practice Test 02 If you do and pass our learners’ practice tests, you are fully equipped to pass the official written exam. We are confident of this from the tons of comments we receive from learners who have passed the official exam after taking our practice tests. . . If you are involved in a crash causing death or injury and fail to stop and give assistance, you will lose your licence for a minimum of...? One year Two years Six months Three yearsQuestion 1 of 25 When turning right, you should approach an intersection…? As close to the middle of the lane as possible As close to the left of the lane as possible As close to the centreline is possible Any of theseQuestion 2 of 25 What length must a vehicle be to be allowed to use more than one lane when making a turn? 3.5 m 7.5 m 5.5 m 6.5 mQuestion 3 of 25 When passing a broken down vehicle, you should slow down how much below the speed limit? 20 km/h 25 km/h 15 km/h 30 km/hQuestion 4 of 25 Head checks are important when changing lanes or pulling out, but they should never take more than…? 1.5 seconds 2.0 seconds 1.0 second 0.5 secondsQuestion 5 of 25 You are waiting as a red traffic light and the light turns green for bicycles. You must…? Wait two seconds Proceed if no cyclists are present Wait until any cyclists are well clear Wait until the main traffic light turns greenQuestion 6 of 25 You need to turn left across a cycle lane. You must give way to…? Faster cyclists Child cyclists All cyclists Disabled cyclistsQuestion 7 of 25 When you exit the freeway, you should start to slow down…? 200 m before leaving Once on the exit ramp You shouldn't slow down Just before leavingQuestion 8 of 25 On a road with double continuous white lines, which of these is a permissible reason for crossing the line? Leaving the road Making a U-turn None of them OvertakingQuestion 9 of 25 When pulling away from a parked position, you must signal for a minimum of…? Four seconds Two seconds Three seconds Five secondsQuestion 10 of 25 You may not make a U-turn if it means other traffic…? Will have to stop Will have to take evasive action Will have to slow down Any of theseQuestion 11 of 25 Approaching another vehicle or coming up on one at night with your high beam headlights on, you must dip your high beam when you get within what distance? 200 m 150 m 250 m 100 mQuestion 12 of 25 When there are no traffic lights, signs or lines at an intersection, you must give way to…? Vehicles coming from your right Vehicles coming from in front Vehicles coming from your left Vehicles coming from behindQuestion 13 of 25 If you are aged under 21 you will have to prove you have had how many hours of driving experience before going for your driving test? 60 120 80 100Question 14 of 25 When you want to take the first exit of a roundabout, how should you signal? Left before joining Left just before you turn Right on entering left on leaving Left just after joiningQuestion 15 of 25 A learner driver must have a maximum blood-alcohol concentration of what? 0.02 0.01 0.03 0.00Question 16 of 25 Learner drivers can use a mobile phone when driving…? For navigation Under no circumstances Only for text messages If it is hands-freeQuestion 17 of 25 Which of these has right-of-way in a sliplane? Cars Cyclists Buses PedestriansQuestion 18 of 25 You are on a multilane road and wish to change lanes? Which of these has priority? Whoever is going fastest Your vehicle Vehicles already in the lane The vehicle in the right hand nineQuestion 19 of 25 You may only drive in a T2 transit lane if you are carrying at least...? One passenger Two passengers Four passengers Three passengersQuestion 20 of 25 You may travel in a bus lane in order to leave the road or avoid an obstruction, but you must not travel in it for more than…? 100 m 50 m 200 m 150 mQuestion 21 of 25 If angle parking is indicated but there are no marked bays, you should park at what angle to the kerb? 15° 45° 65° 35°Question 22 of 25 Outside built-up areas, you must not park on curves or crests unless your vehicle is visible for what distance from behind? 100 m 25 m 50 m 150 mQuestion 23 of 25 Pedestrians have the right-of-way over cars when they are turning except ...? At T intersections Outside built-up areas On roundabouts At crossroadsQuestion 24 of 25 When two lanes zip into one, which of these has priority? Whichever vehicle is behind Whichever vehicle is ahead Whichever vehicle is traveling more slowly Whichever vehicle is traveling fastestQuestion 25 of 25 Loading... . .