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When drivers have been drinking, the crashes they are involved in are generally-
You are driving in a 60 km/h zone, with only one lane for traffic in your direction. You see a bus ahead (with this sign displayed on the rear) signalling its intention to pull out from the kerb, you should-
When you see this sign you should-
What does this sign mean?
You must use your indicator lights when-
If elderly people or children are on a pedestrian crossing you will probably need to-
A Qualified Supervising Driver must have held an unconditional licence for the preceding-
You should not drive across a railway level crossing when-
If there are no signs or markings to advise you, can you choose any of these methods of parking?
Which of the vehicles are permitted to cross the lines on the centre of the road in order to overtake?
If there are pedestrians on a pedestrian crossing ('Wombat' crossing), you are required to-
You wish to turn left and pedestrians are still on the crossing. You need to-
You are driving towards a dual lane roundabout where you intend to turn right. What path through the laned roundabout must you take?
Alcohol is a major contributor to approximately 30% of motor vehicle crashes where serious injuries or fatalities occur. What is the increased crash risk for a driver with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.05 grams of alcohol per 100 ml of blood (0.05%)?
Which of the following statements is correct?
Which movements shown in the diagram can legally be made by the driver of Vehicle 1?
If you double your speed and you crash into a large stationary object such as a 'stobie' pole, what happens to your risk of being injured or killed?
To reduce the effect of alcohol before driving or riding you should-
When you see this sign you must-
The Speed limit on this road is 90 km/h. You have just overtaken a vehicle travelling in the left lane. What should you do next?
You are a driver who is about to move off from the kerb into a flow of traffic. What must you do?
On a freeway with a maximum speed limit of 110 km/h, a learner driver who is not in a driving school vehicle fitted with dual brake controls must not drive faster than-
When being overtaken by another vehicle what should you do to help?
When can a private car travel in a lane marked by this sign?
When driving in wet weather, your vehicle will-
Which sign painted on the road tells you there is a school zone ahead?
These lights mean that you-
If turning at an intersection are you required to give way to pedestrians?
When turning right from a two way unlaned road to another two way unlaned road, you must approach the intersection from-
What is meant by keeping clear of and giving way to an emergency vehicle which is sounding a siren or displaying flashing blue and/or red lights?
You want to park your vehicle on the road at night where there are no street lights. You should-
When going downhill, what happens to the braking distance of your vehicle?
The highest Blood Alcohol Concentration (B.A.C.) allowed for 'L' plate drivers in South Australia when driving a vehicle is-
Having a radar detector or jammer in your car is against the law-
You are driving on a freeway and realise you forgot something at home. You want to go back for it. Can you do a U-turn on this road?
What is the meaning of this sign?
When you come across road works-
Before changing lanes you should-
The questions used in RAA’s Multiple Choice test are the same as those in the official test, however our diagrams may look slightly different. This does not affect the correct answer. Please use our test as a way to learn and understand the road rules that apply to South Australian roads.