DKT Negligent Test
23 / 07 / 2017
A driver behind you signals their intention to overtake your car. What should you do?
Keep to the left and let that driver overtake you.
Signal the driver to remain behind you if it is travelling too fast.
Speed up so that the driver will not have to overtake.
If you are convicted a second time for street or drag racing, which one of the following penalties applies?
Your vehicle may be taken away and sold.
You will not be able to register your vehicle again.
You will have to pay for the storage of your vehicle.
If you have been convicted for street or drag racing, which of these penalties may apply?
You will be fined a small amount and get one demerit point.
You will be given a letter of warning and fined.
You will get three demerit points and a large fine.
How should you overtake a pedal cyclist?
Drive as close as possible to the cyclist so he or she will move over and let you pass.
Sound your horn to warn the cyclist to get off the road.
The same as you would another car‚ with safety.
If you are convicted of driving with a blood alcohol level that is over the limit for your licence, you could lose your driver?s licence. You may also -
Be restricted to driving an automatic vehicle.
Be sent to prison.
Have a personal speed limit imposed on you.
You are approaching a hill or curve. You must not cross the centre line if you cannot see clear road ahead for -
What is this driver doing that is negligent and illegal?
Crossing an unbroken line at a curve.
Overtaking on the kerb side.
Not signalling to change 7.
You are driving behind a long vehicle (as shown) which has a sign saying DO NOT OVERTAKE TURNING VEHICLE. The long vehicle indicates that it is going to turn left. You -
May move to the left-hand side of the road and pass the long vehicle.
Must let the long vehicle turn first.
May pass the truck because it cannot turn left from the middle lane.
If an overtaking vehicle signals that it must move in, in front of you, you should -
Prepare to slow down to allow room.
Flash your lights at the overtaking vehicle.
Speed up and not let the vehicle back in.
You are in the purple vehicle, you may overtake the vehicle in front -
Not at anytime.
On either side.
Only on its right-hand side.
When overtaking another vehicle you should NOT move back in front of it, unless -
The driver of the vehicle signals it is safe to do so.
An oncoming car appears over a hill.
You can see the overtaken vehicle in your rear vision mirror.
The speed limit on this road is 90 km/h. You have just overtaken a vehicle in the left lane. What should you do next?
Keep your position in this lane.
Accelerate away from the other vehicle and keep driving in this lane.
Move into the left lane.
The first thing you should do before overtaking is -
Sound your horn.
Increase your speed.
Make sure it is safe and the way is clear of oncoming traffic.
When being overtaken by another vehicle what should you do to help?
Keep left and allow plenty of room to let the other vehicle back in.
Brake quickly to let the other vehicle overtake.
Move to the left and stop.
If you are convicted of dangerous driving -
You could only be fined and given demerit points.
You could be given demerit points only.
You could be given demerit points only.
If the police suspect you may have been involved in street or drag racing, they may take immediate action. Which one of the following is correct? The police may -
Take your vehicle to the local police station and keep it till the following morning.
Take your vehicle from you and keep it stored for up to three months.
Take your vehicle away and sell it at an auction.
Another vehicle is overtaking you on your right. You commit a traffic offence if you -
Speed up while the other vehicle is on your right.
Slow down while the other vehicle is on your right.
Keep the same speed
If you are not sure you have enough distance to overtake a vehicle ahead, you should
Wait for a better opportunity with more distance to overtake.
Sound your horn to signal the driver ahead to slow down.
Put the vehicle in a lower gear and speed up.
You are travelling in the left lane and wish to turn right at the intersection. You move to the right lane and a driver behind sounds their horn at you. What have you done wrong?
Changed 7 unnecessarily.
Crossed an unbroken lane line.
Driven too slowly.
You are approaching the crest (top of a hill) on a narrow road, the safest procedure is to -
Flash your headlights to warn oncoming traffic.
Increase your speed and sound your horn.
Keep to the left and slow down.
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