General Questions 160 to 170To 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. What must you do FIRST of all, if you are the driver involved in a traffic crash?

    Report it to the Police.
    Use a telephone and dial 111.
    Stop and check if anyone is hurt and give help.
    Drive on to the nearest garage.
  2. Who is responsible for making a child under 14 years use a safety belt or a safety seat in a vehicle?

    The child’s parents.
    The driver of the vehicle.
    The owner of the vehicle.
    The child.
  3. Which of the following is correct? A police officer has the power to arrest you, if you:

    fail to supply your correct name and address.
    have no warrant of fitness for your vehicle.
    fail to signal a right turn.
    fail to stop at a Stop sign.
  4. Which of the following must you do if you are the holder of any class of driver licence?

    Attend a defensive driving course.
    Sit the practical test again in 4 months
    Get a new licence every year.
    Carry your licence with you at all times when driving.
  5. You are driving on a road with marked lanes and you are in the lane with an arrow showing a left turn only. You must:

    drive straight ahead.
    turn left.
    turn right.
    not signal.
  6. When would you use the 2-second rule?

    When following another vehicle.
    When reversing from a carpark.
    When parking your vehicle.
    When signalling a right turn.
  7. If you are the driver and hurt somebody in a crash, you must report it to a:

    clerk of the court.
    police officer.
    Justice of the Peace.
    lawyer.
  8. If you can do so safely, you may pass on the left at an intersection if:

    you have the headlights of your vehicle turned on.
    the vehicle in front is signalling a left turn.
    the vehicle in front is signalling a right turn.
    the vehicle in front is going faster than the speed limit.
  9. When can you park your vehicle on the right-hand side of the road?

    In a two-way street.
    In a one-way street where you may park on both sides of the road.
    Up to 1 metre from an intersection.
    If you are not parked over a fire plug.
  10. What is the meaning of a white diamond painted on the road?

    There is a pedestrian crossing ahead.
    There is a school ahead.
    There are traffic signals ahead.
  11. What must you do when you see a School Patrol sign held out across the road?

    Photo of a school patrol crossing

    Stop and do not go until the sign is pulled in.
    Slow down to 20 km/h.
    Drive on carefully if there are no people on your side of the crossing.

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