Victoria DKT Road Rules Practice Test 03 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 driving on a road with no lane markings, you can only overtake a vehicle on its left-hand side if…? No other traffic is present It's traveling below 20 km/h You can give it a metre clearance It's turning rightQuestion 1 of 25 What is the speed limit in a built-up area in Victoria? 60 km/h 70 km/h 40 km/h 50 km/hQuestion 2 of 25 Which of these will eliminate your blind spots when driving? Properly set up right side mirror None of them Properly set up rearview mirror Properly set up left side mirrorQuestion 3 of 25 The maximum permitted blood alcohol concentration for a person driving on a probationary licence is…? 0.03 0.00 0.01 0.02Question 4 of 25 Which of these is the only reason for flashing your headlights or using your horn? To make a threat To give a warning To express annoyance To greet an acquaintanceQuestion 5 of 25 You want to turn right from a two-way road into a two lane one-way road. Which lane should you aim to join? The left-hand lane Any of these The right-hand lane You should straddle the two lanesQuestion 6 of 25 Which of these describes the best way to deal with a curve or bend in the road? Maintain a constant speed throughout Slow on entry accelerate leaving Brake as you go through the apex Accelerate on entry slow down leavingQuestion 7 of 25 If you start to experience fatigue when driving, what should you do? Open the windows Drink some coffee Stop and nap Turn up the radioQuestion 8 of 25 When you identify potential hazards, what should you do? Maintain speed and cover the brake Brake immediately Slow down and cover the brake Immediately sound your hornQuestion 9 of 25 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? 60 m 40 m 80 m 20 mQuestion 10 of 25 When arrows indicate that you can turn left from multiple lanes, you should attempt to…? Stay between two lanes Join the far left lane Join the far right lane Join the same lane you are leavingQuestion 11 of 25 Which of these age groups of drivers is most likely to be involved in a crash? 25-38 18-25 38-55 55+Question 12 of 25 If you have a tire blowout when driving, you should…? Loosen your grip on the steering wheel Let go of the steering wheel Accelerate hard Keep a firm grip on the steering wheelQuestion 13 of 25 If your brakes fail when driving, the first thing to do is…? Pull the handbrake hard Pump the brake pedal Immediately steer off the road Sound your hornQuestion 14 of 25 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? 4 m 1 m 3 m 2 mQuestion 15 of 25 With a blood alcohol concentration of 0.05, how much more likely is a driver to crash? 20% 75% 50% 100%Question 16 of 25 When making a left turn, you should approach an intersection…? Right in the middle of your lane As close to the left-hand side as possible As close to the centre of the road as possible Any of theseQuestion 17 of 25 Children must be seated in a child restraint with inbuilt harness facing rearward until they are what age? Six months Nine months One year Three monthsQuestion 18 of 25 Learner drivers must have a supervisor who holds...? A full driver licence At least a P2 licence Any of these At least a P1 licenceQuestion 19 of 25 People not wearing seatbelts are how much more likely to die in a crash by being thrown from the vehicle? 25 x 5 x 15 x 10 xQuestion 20 of 25 What colour is the P2 probationary licence? Red Blue Yellow GreenQuestion 21 of 25 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…? Three years One year Six months Two yearsQuestion 22 of 25 A car you are following passes an object up ahead. You shouldn't pass that object until how long has passed? 0.5 seconds 1.5 seconds 1.0 seconds 2 secondsQuestion 23 of 25 A headcheck means doing what? Making sure you are relaxed enough to drive Looking over your shoulder Looking in your side mirrors Looking in your driver mirrorQuestion 24 of 25 A fully licenced driver may only make mobile calls when driving if…? The call will last less than five minutes They are traveling below than 30 km/h They have stopped, e.g. at traffic lights It is securely fixed in a holderQuestion 25 of 25 Loading... . .