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  1. You are required to undergo a breath screening test when requested by:

    an ambulance officer.
    a doctor.
    a member of the public.
    a police officer.
  2. If anybody is hurt in a crash, the driver must tell a police officer as soon as possible but within:

    24 hours.
    36 hours.
    48 hours.
    60 hours.
  3. You are driving in a 100 km/h speed area and you see an ĎAccidentí sign. What speed must you slow down to?

    Accident sign

    50 km/h.
    40 km/h.
    30 km/h.
    20 km/h.
  1. Which of the following people may legally require you to give a blood sample?

    A police officer, an ambulance officer, other crash party.
    A medical doctor, other crash party, a police officer.
    A medical doctor, an approved person, police officer.
    An ambulance driver, an approved person or a medical doctor.
  2. When turning right at a roundabout, you must:

    not indicate at any time on the roundabout.
    indicate left before entering the roundabout.
    indicate right before entering the roundabout.
    indicate right when leaving the roundabout.
  3. When turning left into a driveway, slow down and:

    check the driveway is clear and enter.
    signal only if there is a vehicle behind you and enter.
    signal for 3 seconds or more and if the driveway is clear, enter.
    signal only if another vehicle is coming towards you and enter.
  4. You may stop on a motorway only:

    to let down or pick up passengers.
    if there is an emergency.
    to make a U-turn.
    to stop and take a photo.
  5. If you miss your exit on a motorway, you should:

    reverse back to the exit.
    make a U-turn back to the exit.
    drive on to the next exit.
  6. What must you do when red lights are flashing at a railway level crossing?

    Drive over the lines as soon as the train has passed.
    Slow down and then drive over the lines.
    Stop until the lights stop flashing.
    Stop and if no train is coming you may drive over the lines.
  7. When driving on an unlaned road, your vehicle should be positioned:

    anywhere, so long as you can see what is coming.
    1 metre from the left-hand kerb.
    close to the centre of the road.
    as close to the left side of the road as possible.
  8. You must turn your vehicle headlights on when visibility is less than:

    100 metres.
    120 metres.
    140 metres.
    160 metres.
  9. When turning right from a two-laned road into a one-way street that has two lanes, you must turn into the:

    right-hand lane.
    left-hand lane.
    lane that has the least vehicles.
    lane that gives you the most direct route.
  10. If you are a driver involved in a crash, the FIRST action you should take is to:

    stop and place a warning triangle at the side of the road.
    drive past at 20 km/h until you pass the site of the crash.
    stop and check to see if anyone is hurt.
    tell a police officer as soon as possible.
  11. If you intend to move your vehicle from the right-hand lane to the left-hand lane, you must:

    move to the left as quickly as possible.
    speed up and signal as you move to the left.
    signal for at least 3 seconds before moving left.
    slow down and signal as you move to the left.
  12. If you are driving in fog, your vehicle should have its:

    park lights on.
    headlights on dip.
    headlights on high beam.
    hazard lights on.
  13. What is the best way to check for hazards before reversing your vehicle?

    Relying only on the outside mirrors.
    Turning to look over your shoulders.
    Relying only on the inside mirrors.
    Walking around the vehicle before reversing.
  14. If you are driving at night with your vehicle headlights on high beam, you MUST dip them when coming up to:

    an intersection.
    a one-way street.
    a police officer on point duty.
    a town or city.
  15. What is the least distance of clear road you MUST have in front of you when you have finished passing another vehicle?

    40 metres.
    60 metres.
    80 metres.
    100 metres.
  16. What does a white reflector (catís eye) placed on the road mean?

    White reflector

    The left side of the road.
    The centre of the road.
    No passing.
    The far right side of the road.
  1. What does a yellow reflector (cat's eye) placed on the road mean?

    Yellow reflector

    The left side of the road.
    The centre of the road.
    No passing.
    The far right side of the road.

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