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25 Random LTNZ General Questions


1....What colour are temporary warning signs?



A. Blue.
B. Green.
C. Orange.
D. Red.

LTNZ General Question


2....When driving on an unlaned road, you must drive your vehicle on the:

A. left-hand side of the road.
B. right-hand side of the road.
C. centre of the road.
D. shoulder of the road.

LTNZ General Question


3....What should you do when driving past a horse and rider?

A. Flash your vehicle headlights to warn the rider.
B. Slow down and pass carefully.
C. Sound your vehicle horn to warn the rider.
D. Speed up and pass quickly.

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4....You are driving downhill on a steep, narrow road and a vehicle is coming up the hill. You should:

A. pull over to the left and give way to the vehicle coming up the hill.
B. flash the headlights of your vehicle at the vehicle coming up the hill.
C. sound the horn of your vehicle to get the vehicle coming up the hill out of the way.
D. do nothing, the vehicle coming up the hill should give way to you.

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5....Entrance ways into public carparks should be treated as:

A. turning bays.
B. pedestrian crossings.
C. intersections.
D. merging lanes.

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6....This sign tells you that you are coming up to a railway level crossing. What should you do?



A. Slow down so that you can look both ways to check that the crossing is clear.
B. Speed up to drive over the crossing as quickly as possible.
C. Stop to check whether the crossing is clear.
D. Turn your vehicle indicators on before driving over the crossing.

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7....What is the speed limit for vehicles passing a school bus that has stopped to let children on or off?

A. 20 km/h.
B. 30 km/h.
C. 40 km/h.
D. 50 km/h.

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8....You MUST dip the headlights on your vehicle when:

A. coming up to an intersection.
B. driving in city shopping areas.
C. driving on a winding road.
D. you are following other vehicles.

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9....Does the driver of the blue car have to give way?



A. YES
B. NO

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10....Does the driver of the blue car have to give way?



A. YES
B. NO

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11....You may park your vehicle on a loading zone, only if:



A. you are loading or unloading people or goods.
B. there is no other vehicle on it.
C. it is between the hours of 12.00 am and 6.00 am.
D. it is between the hours of 6.00 pm and 6.00 am.

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12....What does this sign mean?



A. Do not drive slower than 50 km/h.
B. Do not drive faster than 50 km/h unless the road is clear.
C. Do not drive faster than 50 km/h.
D. There is a rest area 50 metres ahead.

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13....When turning right from a two-laned road into a one-way street that has two lanes, you must turn into the:

A. right-hand lane.
B. left-hand lane.
C. lane that has the least vehicles.
D. lane that gives you the most direct route.

LTNZ General Question


14....What must you do when you come up to a red light showing at traffic signals?

A. Stop and then go on carefully.
B. Go on slowly if no other traffic is coming.
C. Stop only if other vehicles are coming from the right.
D. Stop and wait until it changes to a green light.

LTNZ General Question


15....What is the speed limit in a limited speed zone when hazardous conditions exist?



A. 80 km/h.
B. 70 km/h.
C. 60 km/h.
D. 50 km/h.

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16....If you are the driver and hurt somebody in a crash, you must report it to a:

A. clerk of the court.
B. police officer.
C. Justice of the Peace.
D. lawyer.

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17....Does the driver of the blue car have to give way?



A. YES
B. NO

LTNZ General Question


18....How close can you park to an intersection where there are no broken yellow lines painted on the side of the road?

A. 3 metres.
B. 4 metres.
C. 5 metres.
D. 6 metres.

LTNZ General Question


19....To help you from being blinded by the headlights of an oncoming vehicle, you should:

A. look to the left-hand side of the road.
B. look to the right-hand side of the road.
C. look to the centre of the road.
D. turn the headlights of your vehicle onto high beam.

LTNZ General Question


20....Which of the following is correct? A police officer has the power to arrest you, if you:

A. fail to supply your correct name and address.
B. have no warrant of fitness for your vehicle.
C. fail to signal a right turn.
D. fail to stop at a Stop sign.

LTNZ General Question


21....When driving on an unlaned road, your vehicle should be positioned:

A. anywhere, so long as you can see what is coming.
B. 1 metre from the left-hand kerb.
C. close to the centre of the road.
D. as close to the left side of the road as possible.

LTNZ General Question


22....What should you do when you are coming up to traffic signals and the signals change from green to yellow?

A. Stop at the signals if you can do so safely.
B. Speed up before the light changes to red.
C. Stop even if it means stopping in the middle of the intersection.
D. Turn hard to the left and stop around the corner.

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23....When should you apply the 4-second rule?

A. Never. You should only use the 2-second rule.
B. In wet, frosty or icy road conditions.
C. When passing other vehicles.
D. When waiting for any vehicles coming over a one-way bridge.

LTNZ General Question


24....What rule applies when both vehicles are controlled by a Give Way sign?

A. The give way rule.
B. The lane rule.
C. The passing rule.
D. The 2-second rule.

LTNZ General Question


25....How close may you park your vehicle to an intersection where no broken yellow lines have been marked?

A. 3 metres.
B. 4 metres.
C. 5 metres.
D. 6 metres.

LTNZ General Question






10 Random LTNZ Special Questions


1....If your car is more than 6 years old, you must renew its warrant of fitness every:

A.. 3 months.
B.. 6 months.
C.. 9 months.
D.. 12 months.

LTNZ Special Question 3


2....Which person can legally stop and do a roadside check of your vehicle?

A.. A police officer.
B.. An AA mechanic.
C.. A tow truck driver.
D.. An ambulance driver.

LTNZ Special Question 5


3....Which 3 things MUST you have on or in your car?

A.. A good sun visor, a radio and 2 headlights.
B.. A good sun visor, a radio and 1 or more windscreen wipers.
C.. A good sun visor, 2 good headlights and 1 or more windscreen wipers.
D.. A good sun visor, a rear-view mirror and a radio.

LTNZ Special Question 11


4....If you tow another vehicle, what is the maximum distance allowed between the 2 vehicles?

A.. 1 metre.
B.. 2 metres.
C.. 3 metres.
D.. 4 metres.

LTNZ Special Question 13


5....Before any modification is carried out on your vehicle, you should:

A.. remove the registration plates from your vehicle.
B.. check with an authorised vehicle inspection centre.
C.. check that your warrant of fitness is current to within 1 month.
D.. record the modification on your vehicle ownership papers.

LTNZ Special Question 15


6....What is the maximum distance a load may overhang your vehicle behind the rear axle?

A.. 4 metres.
B.. 5 metres.
C.. 6 metres.
D.. 7 metres.

LTNZ Special Question 1


7....The warrant of fitness label for your car should be displayed at the:

A.. top centre of the windscreen.
B.. left of the windscreen.
C.. top right corner of the windscreen.
D.. bottom centre of the windscreen.

LTNZ Special Question 7


8....What is the minimum tread depth required for car tyres?

A.. 0.5 mm.
B.. 1.0 mm.
C.. 1.5 mm.
D.. 2.00 mm.

LTNZ Special Question 12


9....A warrant of fitness is to show:

A.. the year the vehicle was made.
B.. if the driver has had any crashes.
C.. how many times the vehicle has crashed.
D.. that the vehicle was roadworthy at the time of checking.

LTNZ Special Question 4


10....Which parts of the car must be in good condition to prevent too much noise and gases entering the car

A.. Good mud guards and mud flaps.
B.. A good silencer and exhaust system.
C.. Good sun visors and windscreen.
D.. An efficient carburettor and heater.

LTNZ Special Question 9






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