What will happen if you offer a testing officer a bribe to pass your driving test? - Action will be taken against you. The penalties are severe and
include fines and imprisonment. - Only the testing officer will be investigated.
- Nothing, there is no penalty.
What will happen if a testing officer asks you for a bribe to pass your driving test and you give it to
him or her?
- Action will be taken against all involved. The penalties are severe
and include fines and imprisonment. - Nothing, there is no penalty.
- Only the testing officer will be investigated.
What will happen if you are caught cheating on the knowledge test? You will not be allowed to take another test for 6 weeks.
You will never be allowed to take another test.
Nothing, there is no penalty.
Where there is parallel kerbside parking, are you allowed to double-park alongside a parked
vehicle? - No, not at any time.
- Yes, if delivering goods.
- Yes, if not obstructing traffic.
You are driving at night with your headlights on high beam. When should you dip your headlights?
- When within 200 metres of the vehicle ahead or an oncoming one.
- When within 200 metres of an oncoming vehicle only.
- Never, you are allowed to drive with your lights on high beam at all times.
If an oncoming vehicle crosses the centre line and is coming straight at you and you cannot stop,
you should - Brake, look for room to the left, sound your horn and flash your lights. Slow down and hope that the driver will turn away. Drive onto the wrong side of the road and hope the other vehicle does not do the
If you are involved in an accident where your vehicle needs to be towed away and the Police does
not attend the crash scene, you - - Must report the accident to the Police Station nearest to where the
accident happened within 24 hours. - Do not need to report the accident to the Police.
- Only need to report the accident to the Police if someone was injured.
If your vehicle is involved in an accident (regardless of the damage), what details must you give, to
the other driver(s), if asked? You must let them see your licence, take
details, and give the name and address of
the vehicle's owner. No details at all until you have contacted your
insurance company. Only your name and address details if a
Policeman asks for them.
If a vehicle you are driving is involved in an accident and a person is injured, what must you do
after stopping? - Render every assistance and take
immediate steps to have an ambulance
notified. Then call the Police. - Only call the Police if the accident also resulted
in over $500 worth of property damage. - Report the accident to Police within seven days.
You should use your right-hand indicator when - - You intend to move to the right, at any time.
- You intend to slow down.
- You are about to stop.
When merging onto the freeway from the entrance, you should - - Look for a large enough break in the traffic and adjust your speed so
as to fit into the traffic flow. - Sound your horn, turn on your indicator lights and move onto the freeway.
- Stop and check the traffic behind you on the entrance.
If you see a sign indicating road repairs are going on, you should - - Slow down and watch for traffic controllers and instructions.
- Stop immediately and wait for instructions.
- Maintain the same speed.
You see a broken yellow line painted on the roadway adjacent to the kerb. What does it mean? - Clearway restrictions apply - you must not stop during the clearway
hours. - You may at any time, park along this part of the road for 1 hour only.
- Bicycle riders must ride along the yellow line.
If you see a horse and rider on the road what should you do? - Slow down and give them plenty of room.
- Sound your horn to warn the rider.
- Speed up to pass the horse.
You hear the siren of an ambulance approaching you from behind. You should - - Move into the left lane.
- Slow down to the speed of other traffic.
- Continue at the same speed.
Generally, if you hear the siren of an emergency vehicle you should - - Pull over to the left until the emergency vehicle passes.
- Immediately come to a stop.
- Let the emergency vehicle pass and follow it closely behind.
You want to park your vehicle for a short time. It is night time. You should - - Pick a visible position or leave the parking
or hazard lights on. - Park on the footpath.
- Leave your headlights on high beam.
Looking at the diagrams, how far from the approach
side of a bus stop or a railway crossing are you allowed
to stand or park your vehicle? - At least 20 metres.
- At least 50 metres.
- At least 5 metres.
Bicycle and motorcycle riders have the same rights to use the road as other motor vehicle
drivers. They are, however, more at risk in traffic because - - They are harder to see in traffic and do not have the same protection as
many drivers. - They are careless and do not obey road rules.
- They ride too fast and do not turn their lights on.
If you are driving towards a road works zone and a traffic controller displays a stop sign
you must - - Stop your vehicle and follow the directions of the traffic controller.
- Stop and then proceed if you think it is safe.
- Slow down and continue through the road works zone.
If you are driving through a road work zone in the left
hand lane and you see this sign you should - - Merge to the right and give way to other
traffic. - Speed up to get in front of any cars traveling in
the right hand lane. - Stop and wait for directions.
Do bicycle riders have the same rights and responsibilities as drivers and motorcycle
riders? - Yes.
- No, they must always ride on the footpath.
- No, they must give way to cars at all times when riding on the road.
When is a motorcycle rider allowed to ride without an approved helmet? - Never.
- When the rider has a medical certificate.
- Only during daylight hours.
What equipment must be fitted to a motorcycle if pillion passengers are to be carried? - Separate footrests and a pillion seat.
- Heavy duty shock absorbers.
- An engine of more than 250ml capacity.
You need to stop quickly, you should use - - Both brakes together.
- The front brake only.
- The rear brake only.
To make a normal stop, you should use - - Both front and rear brakes.
- The rear brake only.
- The front brake only.
You are going to make a turn. When should you apply the brakes?
- Before you start the turn.
- As you come out of the turn.
- While you are in the turn.
If you have to downshift for a turn, you should do it - - Before you start the turn.
- Just as you begin the turn.
- While you are in the turn.
If you wear regular spectacles while you ride - - You should also wear a face shield or visor.
- You need no other eye protection.
- You must not ride at night.
Every time before you ride you should check - - That the headlight and stop light are working.
- Your fuel tap is not on ‘reserve’.
- The expiry date of your licence.
What should you be able to see in each mirror fitted to your motorcycle? - About half of the lane behind you and as much as possible of the lane
next to you. - The lane behind.
- Your shoulder and the lane behind.
When you slow down for a stop, you should - - Downshift before stopping.
- Downshift only if there is traffic ahead of you.
- Downshift after stopping.
On a wet road how do you make an emergency stop? - Apply the front and rear brakes together.
- Apply the rear brake only.
- Apply the front brake only if the rear wheel begins to slide.
Where should you look when following a car? - Over or through the car you are following as well as watching its
brake lights. - At the car's brake lights.
- To the right-hand side of the car you are following.
In what part of the lane should you ride when being passed by on-coming vehicles? - The centre or left of your lane.
- No special part of your lane.
- As close to the centre line as possible.
A turn signal that keeps flashing after a turn is very likely to - - Confuse other drivers and cause them to turn into your path.
- Damage the electrical system.
- Keep other drivers from seeing your brake light.
You are being overtaken by a car on a two-laned road. In what part of the lane should you ride? - The centre or left of your lane.
- No special part of your lane.
- The far right of your lane.
If you have not ridden a particular motorcycle before, you should - - Allow extra stopping distance.
- Use the rear brake only.
- Not go faster than 30 km/h.
When riding on a wet road, what is usually the most slippery part? - The centre of the lane.
- The right wheel track.
- The left wheel track.
You are riding along on a sealed road when you see sand on the road ahead. What should you
do? - Slow down because it takes longer to stop on a slippery road
surface. - Stay at the same speed.
- Increase your speed.
When riding over loose gravel or sand, you should - - Avoid sudden or quick movements.
- Change up to a higher gear.
- Slow down by using the front brake only.
When riding on a bumpy road - - Rise slightly on the footrests so that you can absorb the shock with
your knees and elbows. - Keep your normal seating position.
- Take your feet off the footpegs.
What is the first thing to do if you have a blowout? - Hold the hand grips tightly. Gradually close the throttle and let the
motorcycle slow down. - Brake lightly on the wheel with the good tyre.
- Turn quickly off the road.
At low speeds, if the rear tyre goes flat what is the first thing you will notice? - The rear of the motorcycle will tend to slide from side to side.
- The steering will feel heavy.
- Your brakes will not work.
At low speeds, if the front tyre goes flat what is the first thing you will notice? - The steering will feel heavy.
- The motorcycle will tend to slide from side to side.
- The motorcycle will lean heavily to one side.
To handle a high speed wobble, firmly grip the handlebars and - - Allow the motorcycle to slow down.
- Increase your speed.
- Quickly apply the brakes.
If your throttle sticks while in traffic, what is the first thing you should do? - Immediately squeeze the clutch lever, turn off the engine at the cutoff
switch and apply the brakes. - Rotate the throttle back and forth several times.
- Sound your horn to warn other vehicles.
When carrying a pillion passenger, the passenger should sit - - Behind and as close as possible to the rider.
- Behind and as far from the rider as possible.
- In front of and as close to the rider as possible.
In a turn you should tell a pillion passenger to - - Lean in the same direction as the rider.
- Stay upright.
- Lean in the opposite direction from the turn.
What should a pillion passenger do when you stop? - Keep both feet on the footpegs.
- Place both feet on the ground.
- Place the same foot on the ground as the rider.
A pillion passenger should hold on to - - The rider's waist, hips or passenger's handgrip.
- The rider's arms.
- The rider's helmet.
How old must you be to obtain a learner rider licence? - 16 years and 9 months of age.
- 16 years of age.
- 16 years and 3 months of age.
If you are stopped by Police while riding a motorcycle on a road or road related area and you are
not carrying your rider's licence you could expect to be -
- Given an on-the-spot fine or summonsed to Court by Police.
- Given twelve hours to produce it at your local Police Station.
- Told to go home and get it.
Police officers may check that you are correctly licensed when - - You are stopped for Random Breath Testing.
- You stop to pay tolls.
- Riding on a freeway or motorway.
Wearing the right protective clothing when riding can -
- Greatly reduce injury in the event of a crash.
- Make you very hot and reduce your ability to ride.
- Make no difference to you when you ride.
When are you allowed to ride a motorcycle on roads in NSW without wearing a
helmet? - Never.
- When you have a doctor's certificate.
- When the temperature reaches 32 degrees in summer.
What should be displayed upon an approved helmet? - An Australian Standards AS1698 sticker.
- Bright stickers to make the helmet more visible to vehicle drivers.
- A manufacturer's approval and checked by sticker.
To ensure a helmet is in good condition you should - - Only purchase a new one. Never buy a second hand helmet.
- Only buy a helmet that someone else has tried out first.
- Check to make sure it has not been dropped.
If you have a crash whilst wearing your helmet you should - - Replace it.
- Check to make sure it is not damaged.
- If it is scratched or chipped get it repainted.
If you find cracks or loose padding in your helmet you should - - Replace it.
- Have it repaired by an authorised person.
- Use high speed duct tape to hold it together as it is waterproof.
Wearing a helmet visor or goggles when riding will - - Protect your eyes from the wind, dust, rain, insects or stones thrown
up by other vehicles. - Reduce your vision and should only be worn in the rain.
- Not make much difference to your riding on a fine day when there is no wind.
The best type of footwear when riding are -
- Boots which provide ankle protection.
- Trainers or Joggers.
- Steel toe capped boots.
Protective clothing should be - - Comfortable without being loose.
- Very tight so they won't move if you fall off your bike.
- Loose to allow air flow to keep you cool in summer.
Other protective options to wear when riding include - - Back protectors to protect your spine and kidney belts.
- Nylon jacket and pants.
- Light cotton shirt and pants.
When learning to ride you should - - Gain experience in complex traffic situations to build your skills quickly - Ride in groups so that you are protected from cars.
- Start in quiet streets that you know well.
Any passenger carried on a motorcycle (not in a sidecar) must - - Be eight years of age or older.
- Be at least six years of age.
- Be a holder of a rider licence.
Your ability to concentrate can be affected by - - Fatigue, alcohol, drugs and the clothing you wear.
- The type of motorcycle you ride.
- Whether you are familiar with the road you are riding on.
Correct riding posture - - Reduces fatigue and improves control.
- Is whatever position you are most comfortable in.
- Will make you more visible to other road users.