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Which one of these must give way?

At an uncontrolled intersection, vehicles must give way to all other vehicles approaching from their right. Car A should therefore give way to the cyclist.

Which one of these must give way?

Both cars are facing a stop sign, however Car B is turning right and so must give way to all vehicles approaching from the opposite direction.

Which one of these must give way?

Both cars are facing a give way sign, however Car A is turning right and so must give way to all vehicles approaching from the opposite direction.

Which one of these must give way?

Car B is turning right and so has to give way to all oncoming vehicles, including Car A who is turning left.

Which one of these must give way?

When turning at an intersection, Car A must give way pedestrians on the road that it is entering.

You are driving a vehicle that only has a seat belt for the driver. To reduce the danger of being injured in a collision in a vehicle without a seat belt, where is the best place for passengers to sit?

If you take medicine and then drink alcohol-

You are driving towards a large roundabout which is marked with lanes. At the laned roundabout, you intend to take the road that leads off to the right. What signals must you give?

Are you permitted to tow a caravan with a person riding in the caravan?

Why would it be considered unsafe to overtake a heavy vehicle in the country while approaching a crossroad where you can see that no vehicles are entering the road from the right?

What does this sign mean?

Which one of the following statements is correct?

If you hold a learner's permit or provisional licence (P1 or P2) what is the Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) limit?

If the South Australian registered vehicle you are driving is involved in an accident and a person is injured, you-

You should leave a gap between your vehicle and the one you are following. In good conditions the gap should be-

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