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Learners’ Drivers Test – Can you still pass?

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Each day, motor vehicle accidents affect hundreds if not thousands of Australians. But could this be because Australians have become too complacent when it comes to the road rules?

New drivers in Australia are required by law to take an electronic exam before they are given their Learner Licence. We’ve put together a driver knowledge quiz of national road rules taken from different states’ practice learners’ driver tests – do you think you could still pass, given you need to get at least 90% correct?

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Written by Shine Lawyers on . Last modified: May 9, 2018.

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  • Justyn wrote:

    These questions are outdated. The keeping left rule is if the speed is 90km/h or above for QLD, not 80.

    • Shine Lawyers wrote:

      Hi Justyn, thanks for flagging this – it looks like a state-specific question slipped through when we looked at each state’s Learners’ quiz (80km/h or more is the rule in some other states). We’ve since updated the quiz. You can have an extra point towards proving your driving prowess! ~Steph

  • Gary wrote:

    Why not put the questions up for each state instead of just NSW? You only need a link to each state. What’s the point in me doing NSW road rules when I live and hold a Victorian license? I still got 32/34 which at 71 years old is pretty good I think. One had a multi answer to it so technically I still got it right Ads it was all of them.

  • Peter wrote:

    Q31: double centerlines must not be broken unless passing a cyclist and giving the legally mandated 1m/1.5mClearance.

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