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C1 Who can require you to undergo a breath screening test?
C2 You must turn your vehicle headlights on when visibility is less than
C3 A vehicle should not send out visible smoke for more than:
C4 Which of your vehicle's lights do you have on if you are driving in fog?
front fog lights
C5 What is the least distance of clear road you MUST have in front of you when you have finished passing another vehicle?
C6 If anybody is hurt in a crash, the driver must tell a police officer as soon as possible but within
C7 To help you from being blinded by the headlights of an oncoming vehicle, what should you do?
o slow down or stop
o try to keep your eyes on the left side of the road, so you're not looking directly at the light
C8 If two vehicles are facing Give Way signs which vehicle gives way
Give way to the right side car
C10 What must you do when you hear a siren or see red flashing lights from an ambulance or fire engine
you must pull over and, if necessary, stop and allow it to pass
green flashing light for nurse hospital
flashing blue, or blue and red lights police
flashing blue lights customs officers, fisheries officers and marine reserve officers
flashing yellow lights tow trucks and road maintenance vehicles
C11 You are waiting at a railway level crossing and the red lights continue to flash after the train has passed. What should you do?
Wait till it turns off
C12 For the purpose of applying the give way rule, how should entrance ways into public car parks be treated?
• If you are turning at an intersection, give way to all vehicles not turning.
• If you are turning left at an intersection, give way to vehicles coming towards you that are turning right.
• In all other situations, give way to all vehicles coming from your right.
• If you are leaving the path of a marked centre line, you are deemed to be turning and must give way to vehicles that are following the centre line.
C13 What rule should you use to judge a safe following distance in wet or frosty conditions if driving a car
C14 What is the purpose of the two-second rule?
C15 When coming to a pedestrian crossing without a rasied traffic island, what must you do?
When coming up to pedestrian crossings:
• slow down and be ready to stop for any pedestrians stepping onto, or on the crossing. This also includes people obviously waiting to use the crossing.
• if there is no raised traffic island in the middle of the crossing, stop and give way to pedestrians on any part of the crossing
• if there is a raised traffic island in the middle of the crossing, stop and give way to pedestrians on your half of the road
• wait until the pedestrian has crossed in front of you and is clear of your vehicle before you proceed - see give way rules.
C17 When must you turn your vehicle headlights on?
• from 30 minutes after sunset, until 30 minutes before sunrise
• at any other time when you can't clearly see a person or vehicle 100 metres away.
C18 When driving at night on a road with lanes, you must be able to stop in half the length of clear road you can see in front of you. True or False?
At night, just as during the daytime, you must drive at a safe speed. This means that:
• on a road with lanes, you must be able to stop in the length of clear road you can see in front of you
• on a road with no lanes, you must be able to stop in half the length of clear road you can see in front of you.
C19 When should you apply the four-second rule?
Conditions/ towing a trailer
C20 What should you do when you come up to a one-lane bridge
C21 When are you allowed to pass another vehicle?
C22 What does the legal definition of a road include?
Streets/ highways, any place the public has access to – including bridges, beaches, riverbeds, car parks, reserve lands, wharves and road shoulders.
C24 At an intersection what does a police officer's directions overrule?
C25 You are turning right at traffic signals showing a red arrow pointing to the right. What should you do?
Stop and wait
C26 What does one or more yellow lights flashing at traffic signals mean?
C27 At night, when MUST you always dip the headlights on your vehicle?
Car coming towards you/ police directing/ car park/ road light
C28 What is the speed limit for vehicles passing a school bus that has stopped to let children on or off?
C29 What must you do if you want to turn right at traffic signals where a green light is showing
May go, provided it is safe. All vehicles coming towards you should be stopped.
C30 What is the speed limit from the time you pass an Accident sign until you are past the crash site?
C31 When coming up to a roundabout you must give way to all vehicles that will cross your path from your left. True or False?
_____ False ______
C32 When driving at night, which vehicle lights should you turn on?
C33 As the holder of any class of driver licence you must carry your licence with you at all times when driving. True or False?
C34 When may you pass on the left at an intersection, if you can do so safely?
• there are two or more lanes on your side of the centre line and you are able to pass safely by using the left-hand lane
• you are directed to by a police officer
• the vehicle you are passing:
o has stopped, or is signalling a right turn, or is turning right.
C35 What does the ‘speed limit’ mean?
C36 The give way rules apply at all intersections where there are no:
C37 If you are turning left at an intersection, you must give way to all vehicles coming towards you that are turning right. True or False
C38 If you are going ‘straight’ through a roundabout, don't signal as you come up to the roundabout, only signal left as you pass the exit before the one you wish to take. True or False?
C39 If you are under 20 the legal alcohol limit is 30 milligrams per 100 millilitres of blood. What does this mean?
This is effectively a zero limit – consuming just one drink will mean you can be charged with drink-driving.
C40 When may you use the horn on your vehicle?
The horn should only be used as a reasonable traffic warning. It should not make an unnecessary or unreasonably loud, harsh or shrill noise.
C41 When does a police officer have the power to arrest you
• don't give your name or address to the officer, when requested
• tell an officer something that is not true about the identity of the owner of the vehicle
• don't stop when signalled by an officer
• assault an officer
• refuse, or don't go with an officer for a blood or breath test
• don't wait for the result of a breath screening test or an evidential breath test
• don't give a blood sample when required by an officer or doctor
• don't give your car keys to an officer when requested
• drive when told not to by an officer.
C42 What must you do when you see blue and red flashing lights behind you?
Pull over and stop
C43 Who may legally require you to give a blood sample?
C44 What must you do when red lights are flashing at a railway level crossing
Stop and wait
C45 When must you signal that you are turning to the right?
3s before and enter the right lane
P1 What is the closest distance your vehicle may be parked to a vehicle entrance?
You must not park or stop your vehicle:
• on the right-hand side of the road, except in a one-way street
• where it will be in the way of other people using the road (including pedestrians)
• near a corner, curve, hill, traffic island or intersection, if it will stop other people from seeing along the road
• on the road, if you can park the vehicle off the road without damaging grass or gardens (a controlling authority may have a bylaw and/or signs prohibiting parking on a grass verge)
• on any footpath
• on a marked bus stop or taxi stand
• on a traffic island (whether it is flush or raised)
• alongside another parked vehicle – that is, you must not double-park
• where traffic signs say you must not stop or park
• in a cycle lane
• in a bus or transit lane during the hours of operation as indicated by signs
• where a sign says that part of the road is reserved for specified kinds of vehicles (for example, bus, taxi or goods service vehicles) – in many cases, this restriction is marked by a broken yellow line more than 1 metre from the kerb
• in front of, or closer than 1 metre to, a vehicle entrance
• on, or closer than 6 metres to, an intersection, unless there are parking spaces or a notice telling you that you can park there
• on, or closer than 6 metres to, the approach side of a pedestrian crossing
• closer than 6 metres to a bus stop marked only by a sign
• on, or closer than 50 centimetres to, a fire hydrant, unless somebody who can move the vehicle stays with it
• on a yellow circle on the road containing a rectangle (as shown below) or between the circle and the footpath, unless somebody who can move the vehicle stays with it.
P2 When may you may park your vehicle on a loading zone?
Loading or unloading
P3 When parking downhill on a steep road, what does the 'Road code' suggest that you should do
o turn the front wheels towards the kerb
o leave your car in reverse gear if it's manual or in park if it's automatic.
P4 When may you park your vehicle over a fire hydrant?
Someone keeps staying in the car and could move the car.
P5 How close can you park your vehicle to the approach side of a pedestrian crossing where no broken yellow lines have been marked?
P6 How close can you park your vehicle to an intersection where there are no broken yellow lines have been marked?
P7 What does this sign mean?
For the disable
P8 Can you stop on a bus stop in a private motor vehicle?
P9 What does this sign mean?
P10 You can stop or park your vehicle over a fire hydrant (fire plug) if someone stays with the vehicle who can move it. True or False?
P11 What should you do when parking your vehicle next to the kerb when facing down a steep hill?
P12 You must NOT park on the right-hand side of the road. What is the exception to this rule?
except in a one-way street
P13 What does this sign mean?
E1 You are driving on a country road at night when your vehicle headlights suddenly go out. What is the safest thing to do?
• slow down
• move off the road gradually and stop somewhere safe
• turn your hazard lights on.
E2 If you are a driver involved in a crash, what is the FIRST action you should take
jured, the first thing you must do is stop and check to see if anyone is hurt, and provide assistance.
E3 If you are the driver and you hurt somebody in a crash, who must you report it
If someone is hurt, you must tell a police officer as soon as possible and no later than 24 hours after the
E4 When should you use your hazard lights?
E6 What should you do if you are driving and become sleepy?
Stop and rest
E7 When must you pull over and allow an ambulance or fire engine to pass
E8 What does a reflectorised triangle placed on the side of the road mean
or warning triangles on all approaches to the crash site to warn oncoming
E9 You are driving past a line of parked cars. You notice a ball bouncing out into the road ahead. What should you do?
E10 What must you do if glass falls on to the road from your vehicle?
Stop and pick it up
E11 What should you do if an ambulance comes up behind you, flashing red lights or sounding its siren
Pull over and stop
S1 You are driving in a 100km/h speed area and you see an Accident sign. What speed must you slow down to?
S16 What does this sign mean?
100 km limit
S18 On a Transit Lane sign, what does T2 mean?
As least two passengers
S22 What does a blue reflector (cat's eye) placed on the road mean?
Left side of road marker post Right side of road marker post
indicating left-hand bend
Left side of bridge Right side of bridge
Left side of road Centre line
No passing Fire hydrant
S23 What is the meaning of a yellow broken line painted on the road near the kerb?
S24 You may use a right turn bay to overtake a vehicle travelling straight ahead. True or False?
_____ False ______
S27 What colour is the line painted on a sealed road at a Give Way sign?
Single or double white lines are marked on sealed roads to help you stop where you can best see other traffic.
S28 What does a white diamond painted on the road mean?
White diamonds are generally painted on the road before the crossing, and a white limit line shows you where to stop.
S29 What does this marking mean?
RP1 When driving on an unlaned road, where should your vehicle be positioned?
RP2 When turning right from a two-laned road into a one-way street that has two lanes, which lane must you turn into?
The nearest one
RP3 What must you do if you intend to move your vehicle from the right-hand lane to the left-hand lane?
Indicate before 3s
RP4 What must you do when turning right at a roundabout?
Making a U-turn
You are normally allowed to make U-turns, as long as the road is clear in both directions and it is safe to do so. Make sure you have enough room to complete the turn and don't create a hazard for oncoming vehicles.
You aren't allowed to make U-turns if a 'No U-turn' sign is displayed.
Making a turn over a no-passing line
You can cross over the solid yellow no-passing line (if it is safe to do so) when making a turn to enter a driveway or side road.
However, bear in mind that no-passing lines are often marked where visibility is limited, so special care is required. It may be safer to turn further along the road, where visibility is better. See Passing for more information about no-passing lines
B6 What is the recommended distance you should allow when driving past a cyclist?
B7 When following a vehicle on a dusty metal (gravel) road, what should you do?
B10 You don't have to do anything if your doctor gives you medication as medicine does not affect your driving. True or False?
1 What is the maximum distance a load may overhang your vehicle behind the rear axle?
12 What is the minimum tread depth required for car tyres?
13 If you tow another vehicle, what is the maximum distance allowed between the 2 vehicles?
• The maximum speed for a light vehicle towing a trailer on the open road is 90 km/h.
• The maximum speed for towing a motorcycle is 30 km/h.
14 What must be displayed on the back of a trailer being towed at night?
Class 1 – Car
A holder of a Class 1 learner, restricted or full licence can drive:
• a vehicle that has a gross laden weight (GLW) or gross combined weight (GCW) of 4500kg or less (this includes tractors and combination vehicles, but does not include motorcycles)
• a moped or all-terrain vehicle
• a campervan or tradesperson's vehicle with a GLW of 6000kg or less and an on-road weight not exceeding 4500kg.
Note: a tradeperson's vehicle means a motor vehicle that has a body designed or adapted for use principally by tradepersons to carry special-purpose trade equipment or trade goods, excluding general freight.
In addition, a holder of a full Class 1 licence can drive:
• a forklift* with a GLW of 18,000kg or less
• a special-type vehicle* that runs on rollers or self-laying tracks and has a GLW of 18,000kg or less
• a special-type vehicle that runs on wheels and has a GLW of 4500kg or less
• a special-type vehicle that runs on wheels and has a GLW of more than 4500kg but less than 18,001kg, if driven at a speed not exceeding 30km/h (if you want to drive at more than 30km/h you'll need a Class 2 licence)
• a tractor with a GLW of more than 4500kg but less than 18,001,kg if driven at a speed not exceeding 30km/h
• a tractor/trailer combination of more than 4500kg but not more than 25,000kg, if being used in agricultural or land management operations and driven at a speed not exceeding 30km/h.
18 To tow a trailer on a car licence the weight of your vehicle plus the weight of the trailer must not exceed what weight?
19 You have a restricted licence. A condition for driving at night without a supervisor is that you MUST NOT drive between what hours?
• You can drive on your own, but not between 10pm and 5am. If you drive between these times you must have a supervisor in the front passenger seat who holds a full New Zealand car licence, and has held it for at least two years.
20 If you have had a flat tyre and have fitted a ‘space saver wheel’ what must you do?
el, you should only use it to get directly home or to a place where the flat tyre can be repaired or replaced.
21 What is the maximum speed you may drive If you have a ‘space saver wheel’ fitted?
22 If you have a restricted licence when can you carry passengers?
You cannot normally carry passengers, unless you have a supervisor with you. The only passengers you can carry without a supervisor are:
o your spouse, or person you live with as if you were married or with whom you are joined in civil union
o children who live with you and are under the care of you or your spouse (that is, you or your spouse are their parent or guardian)
o relatives who live with you and who are on a social security benefit
o someone you look after as their primary caregiver
23 If you have a learner licence can you carry passengers?
• There's no law stopping you from carrying passengers in your car. The supervisor is responsible for everyone in the vehicle and for what happens when you're driving.
24 When you have a learner licence you must always drive with a supervisor. What is a supervisor
• have held a current and valid full New Zealand licence for at least two years.
Note: the full licence they hold must be for the same class of vehicle you're learning to drive.
• sit in the passenger seat next to you at all times when you are driving
• carry their driver licence with them
25 When you have a learner licence do you have to have it with you when you drive? Sure
26 Who is responsible for making a child under 15 years use a safety belt or a safety seat in a vehicle?