General Questions 144 to 159To check your answers, click on the question, which will take you to the section of The official New Zealand road code online where you'll find information to help you check if you have answered the questions correctly.
  1. You have a restricted licence. A condition for driving at night without a supervisor is that you MUST NOT drive between:

    8 pm and 8 am.
    7 pm and 8 am.
    10 pm and 5 am.
    11 pm and 7 am.
  2. What should you do if the vehicle behind you starts to pass you?

    Move as far to the left side of the road as is safe and do not speed up.
    Move over to the right so that they cannot pass.
    Speed up so that they will not need to pass.
    Signal for them to stay behind you because you think they are going too fast.
  3. What may you do at traffic signals if there is a green arrow pointing to the right and a red light showing at the same time?

    Traffic signals

    You may turn right.
    You may go straight ahead.
    You must stop until all lights turn green.
    You may turn left or right.
  1. What does this sign mean?

    Temporary warning sign

    Left-hand lane closed.
    Cycle lane.
    Keep left.
    Greasy surface.
  1. Excep t in an emergency, when may you not use the horn on your vehicle in a 50 km/h area?

    Between midnight and 8 am.
    Between 4 pm and 6 pm.
    Between 11 pm and 7 am.
    Between 2 pm and 4 pm.
  2. What does this sign mean?

    Parking sign

    You may park your vehicle within the next 40 metres of the sign.
    You may park your vehicle for no longer than 40 minutes.
    You may park your vehicle for longer than 40 minutes if someone stays in it.
    You may not park your vehicle within the next 40 metres of the sign.
  1. What must you do if glass falls on to the road from your vehicle?

    Sweep it up within 2 hours.
    Sweep it up straight away if you can do so safely.
    Sweep it up within 24 hours.
    Tell a police officer.
  2. What should you do when following another vehicle in wet conditions?

    Drive closer to the vehicle so that you can follow in its tracks.
    Drive with your vehicle handbrake on.
    Apply the 4-second rule.
    Apply the 2-second rule.
  3. When driving at night, which vehicle lights should you turn on?

    Headlights.
    Park lights
    Interior lights.
    Hazard lights.
  4. What is the safest way to drive up to intersections?

    Looking to the right.
    Travelling at the speed limit.
    Looking to the left.
    At such a speed that you can stop if you have to.
  5. How close can you park your vehicle to the approach side of a pedestrian crossing where no broken yellow lines have been marked?

    6 metres.
    5 metres.
    4 metres.
    3 metres.
  6. How close may you park your vehicle to an intersection where no broken yellow lines have been marked?

    3 metres.
    4 metres.
    5 metres.
    6 metres.
  7. When coming up to a roundabout you must always:

    flash the headlights on your vehicle.
    give way to all vehicles that will cross your path.
    sound the horn on your vehicle.
    speed up.
  8. What is the speed limit for vehicles passing or coming towards a school bus that has stopped to let children on or off?

    20 km/h.
    30 km/h.
    40 km/h.
    50 km/h.
  9. What does this sign mean?

    Speed sign

    Do not drive slower than 100 km/h.
    Do not drive faster than 100 km/h unless the road is clear.
    Do not drive faster than 100 km/h.
    A rest area is 100 metres ahead.
  1. What does this sign mean?

    Speed sign

    Do not drive slower than 70 km/h.
    Do not drive faster than 70 km/h.
    A rest area is 70 metres ahead.
    Do not stop for the next 70 metres.

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