VICTORIA DKT ROAD RULES PRACTICE TEST 03

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Victoria Road Rules Test 3

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Learner drivers must have a supervisor who holds...?

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When there is a continuous white dividing line on your side of the road, you must not park (unless a sign says otherwise) unless you can leave how much space between the outer edge of your vehicle and the line?

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Which of these is the only reason for flashing your headlights or using your horn?

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Children must be seated in a child restraint with inbuilt harness facing rearward until they are what age?

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If you are driving on a road with no lane markings, you can only overtake a vehicle on its left-hand side if...?

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People not wearing seatbelts are how much more likely to die in a crash by being thrown from the vehicle?

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Which of these will eliminate your blind spots when driving?

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Which of these age groups of drivers is most likely to be involved in a crash?

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When you identify potential hazards, what should you do?

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A headcheck means doing what?

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Which of these describes the best way to deal with a curve or bend in the road?

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If you start to experience fatigue when driving, what should you do?

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If you are driving a vehicle over 7.5 m long and following another long vehicle out of a built-up area on a single lane road, you must keep at least how far back from it?

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A fully licenced driver may only make mobile calls when driving if...?

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The maximum permitted blood alcohol concentration for a person driving on a probationary licence is...?

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With a blood alcohol concentration of 0.05, how much more likely is a driver to crash?

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What is the speed limit in a built-up area in Victoria?

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Refusing to take a breath, blood or saliva test when asked to do so by police will result in a minimum disqualification from driving of...?

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If your brakes fail when driving, the first thing to do is...?

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What colour is the P2 probationary licence?

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If you have a tire blowout when driving, you should...?

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When making a left turn, you should approach an intersection...?

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When arrows indicate that you can turn left from multiple lanes, you should attempt to...?

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A car you are following passes an object up ahead. You shouldn't pass that object until how long has passed?

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You want to turn right from a two-way road into a two lane one-way road. Which lane should you aim to join?

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Test Day Tips and Strategies

With practice under your belt, test day is less about stress and more about showcasing your hard-earned skills.

Relaxation Techniques

Practice calming techniques such as deep breathing and visualization to keep anxiety at bay.

Time Management Strategies

Divide your time according to the number of questions and sections. If you encounter a difficult question, move on and return to it later.

Reading Questions Carefully

Understanding the question is half the battle. Take the time to read every question thoroughly to ensure you’re not missing any details.

Using the Process of Elimination

When in doubt, use the process of elimination to improve your chances of selecting the correct answer.

Effective Revision Strategies

To solidify your understanding and retention of the material, embrace strategic revision practices.

Distribute Your Study Sessions

Distributed practice is far more effective than cramming. Break your study time into manageable chunks and spread them over weeks or days before the test.

Employ Active Recall

Use flashcards or self-made quizzes to test your memory, not just passive reading. Active recall forces you to retrieve information and is proven to improve memory.

Teach Someone Else

Explaining rules or concepts to a friend or family member can clarify your understanding and highlight areas needing more review.

Utilize Different Learning Methods

Mix up your study methods by incorporating visual aids like diagrams, auditory resources such as educational videos, and kinesthetic activities, including role-playing driving scenarios.

Rest and Sleep Well

Good sleep is critical for memory consolidation. Ensure you get plenty of rest, especially in the nights leading up to the test.