Victoria DKT Road Rules Practice Test 06 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. . . It is recommended that children should continue to use a booster seat until they are at least what height? 155 cm 125 cm 145 cm 135 cmQuestion 1 of 25 Which of these is the only thing that will reduce your blood alcohol concentration? Vomiting Cold showers Time Fresh airQuestion 2 of 25 Compared to a driver with 50 hours of experience, a new driver with 120 hours of experience is how much less likely to crash? 5% 10% 30% 20%Question 3 of 25 Children must be seated in a child restraint or approved booster seat with seatbelt until they are what age? Six years Eight years Five years Seven yearsQuestion 4 of 25 Driving at 60 km/h, what will your stopping distance be in dry conditions? 77 m 67 m 57 m 47 mQuestion 5 of 25 What percentage of fatal crashes involve excess speed? 30% 5% 20% 10%Question 6 of 25 During which hours are you most likely to drive dangerously through fatigue? 6 AM-10 AM 10 PM-6 AM 10 AM-6 PM 6 PM-10 PMQuestion 7 of 25 In what circumstances can the police ask you to take a breathalyzer test? If you were seen leaving a bar If you are caught speeding If it's after dark All circumstancesQuestion 8 of 25 Which of these is an effect of alcohol on driving? All of them Slow reflexes Poor decision-making OverconfidenceQuestion 9 of 25 Which of these does cannabis do to your driving? Increases reaction times All of them Lessens concentration Reduces ability to avoid hazardsQuestion 10 of 25 Which of these is qualified as a vehicle in the law, meaning they have give way rights as much as your car? Road going mobility scooters Bicycles Horses All of themQuestion 11 of 25 If you are found "hooning" police can impound your vehicle for…? 5 days 60 days 15 days 30 daysQuestion 12 of 25 You can carry an unrestrained passenger in the back of a ute...? If there is no room inside If it is only a short trip Under no circumstances If they have something to hold ontoQuestion 13 of 25 What is the speed limit outside schools in Victoria? 50 km/h 40 km/h 30 km/h 60 km/hQuestion 14 of 25 A learner permit/probationary licence holder found driving with a blood-alcohol concentration above 0.00 but below 0.05 will have their licence cancelled for how long (first offense)? Three weeks Three months One week One monthQuestion 15 of 25 Children aged between four and seven should only be seated in the front seat if…? They prefer sitting in the front seat They are the only person in the car apart from the driver All other seats are occupied by younger children The rear seats are needed for luggageQuestion 16 of 25 Which of these is the only good reason to remove a helmet from a motorcycle casualty? They say they have no neck damage They need CPR They say it is uncomfortable They ask you toQuestion 17 of 25 In a loading zone, an ordinary private car can stop for how long to load/unload passengers/goods? One minute Three minutes Five minutes It can'tQuestion 18 of 25 In shared zones, what is the maximum speed limit? 20 km/h 10 km/h 15 km/h 5 km/hQuestion 19 of 25 Which of these is the best description of the speed limit? The recommended speed for the road The maximum speed permitted The minimum speed permitted The speed you must travel atQuestion 20 of 25 You may travel in a transit lane in order to leave the road to avoid an obstruction, but you must not travel in it for more than…? 100 m 75 m 125 m 50 mQuestion 21 of 25 You are driving in a 60 km/h zone in wet conditions when a child runs out into the road 45 m ahead. What is the maximum speed at which you can travel and still be able to brake without hitting them? 40 km/h 50 km/h 55 km/h 45 km/hQuestion 22 of 25 When driving on a probationary licence, you must carry your licence with you…? When driving on freeways Whenever you drive When driving at night When driving in urban areasQuestion 23 of 25 When driving on a probationary licence, you must display P plates of what colour? Blue and green White and red Yellow and black Red and whiteQuestion 24 of 25 How can you be certain that you will be safely below the legal blood alcohol concentration limit when drinking before driving? Count your drinks carefully You can't Eat a big meal Only drink beerQuestion 25 of 25 Loading... . .