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DKT Fatigue Defensive Test
20 / 02 / 2020
It is important to scan while driving so you can see everything that is happening on the road. What does scanning involve?
Looking further ahead down the road when driving.
Continually looking ahead‚ to the sides and using all mirrors when driving.
Looking in the rear and side mirrors continually when driving.
If you are a new driver and first start to drive at night you should -
Drive long distances to improve your concentration.
Drive mainly in unfamiliar streets.
Drive mainly on streets that you know well.
Many people crash within the first few years of driving. What is the best way of learning to drive on your own without crashing?
Drive as much as you can with friends on the way to parties
Drive in every kind of traffic situation as soon as you get your licence.
Start driving in daylight where it is not too busy and only drive in busier traffic as your driving gets better.
8 When it is very foggy during the day or night and your vehicle has no fog lights, you should -
Put on your high beam lights.
Follow closer to other vehicles.
Slow down and use your low beam headlights and hazard warning lights to make your vehicle seen.
You are about to move away from the kerb in your car. What is the last thing you should do before you move into traffic?
Put on your seat belt.
Adjust your seat.
Check over your shoulder.
When driving on a slippery wet road, for example, one covered in early morning dew, your vehicle will -
Be heavier to steer.
Be easier to steer and handle.
Take longer and further to stop.
What is the best way to avoid hitting other vehicles, people or animals when moving off from the kerb?
Check your mirrors and look over your shoulder before moving off from the kerb.
Sound your horn before moving away from the kerb to warn people of your intentions.
Have a good look around while you walk up to your car and then drive off as soon as you can.
You should leave a gap between your vehicle and the one you are following. In good conditions the gap should be -
You are driving an older relative for an appointment and are running late. They ask you to go faster to get there on time. You should -
Drop them off at the train station.
Take the advice of a more experience driver and go faster where you can.
Choose a safe speed and say you will not go any faster.
If you are driving and it starts to rain, you should -
Put your lights on high beam so you can see better.
Put your hazard warning lights on and increase your speed to avoid the rain.
Slow down using the brake gently‚ since rain and oil may create a slippery surface.
You are planning to drive from Sydney to the Gold Coast with some friends. To minimise fatigue and make the trip as safe as possible you should -
Drive during the day‚ take plenty of breaks and share driving if possible.
Aim to drive for as long as possible when you are feeling good so you can arrive earlier.
Drive mostly at night as there is less traffic on the road and therefore less risk of crashing.
In wet weather when it becomes hard for you to see, you should -
Flash your headlights to warn other drivers.
Turn on your headlights‚ slow down‚ and double your following distance behind the vehicle in front.
Turn your headlights on high beam.
Why should you avoid heavy braking on a wet road?
Your wheels may skid and cause a loss of control.
If the wheels lock up your handbrake may not work.
You might wet 9 walking along the footpath.
It is night time and you are driving home from the movies. You are travelling in a line of vehicles. What size gap should you leave between your vehicle and the vehicles in front of you?
The same 3-second gap you would leave during the day.
A gap of about 4 seconds as it is easy to misjudge distances at night.
A gap of about 2 seconds so you can watch the vehicles in front closely and see when they are stopping.
If you get sleepy while driving, out of the following, which is it best to do?
Turn on the radio very loud.
Turn on the heater.
Stop‚ rest‚ and change drivers if possible.
Under good conditions, when driving behind any vehicle, at any speed, you should -
Stay at least three seconds behind the vehicle in front of you.
Stay one second behind the vehicle in front of you.
Drive as close to the vehicle in front as possible.
While driving, you come across aggressive, selfish or ignorant driving behaviour by another driver. You should -
Respond by using your horn and/or flashing your lights‚ to let the driver know how you feel.
Chase the car to tell the driver how to drive.
Stay calm and in control of your vehicle at all times.
When going on a long trip, out of the following which is the most important to do?
Have a good meal before driving.
Get plenty of rest before starting out.
Make sure your horn is working.
At night you should -
Use your hazard warning lights when overtaking another vehicle.
Leave a longer gap behind the vehicle in front.
Drive closer to the vehicle in front so they can see you better.
At night, when you approach an oncoming vehicle, you should -
Carefully watch the vehicle by looking directly at its headlights.
Put your lights on high beam‚ to make your vehicle more easily seen.
Not look at its headlights‚ but keep left and watch the left of the road.
Minumum pass for the test is 75%
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