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25 Random LTNZ General Questions


1....A white diamond painted on the road means that there is:

A. a school ahead.
B. a pedestrian crossing ahead.
C. a fire station ahead.
D. a dangerous intersection ahead.

LTNZ General Question


2....A broken yellow line painted close to the edge of the road means that you:

A. can park if somebody who can move it stays in the vehicle.
B. can stop briefly to let off passengers or unload goods.
C. must slow down when you drive along this road.
D. may not stop or park your vehicle there at any time.

LTNZ General Question


3....What may you do at traffic signals if there is a green arrow pointing to the right and a red light showing at the same time?



A. You may turn right.
B. You may go straight ahead.
C. You must stop until all lights turn green.
D. You may turn left or right.

LTNZ General Question


4....What colour are the 2 lines painted on a sealed road at a Give Way sign?

A. Yellow.
B. White.
C. Grey.
D. Red.

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5....What is the safest way to carry goods inside a vehicle?

A. On the driver’s lap.
B. On the floor by the driver’s feet.
C. On the shelf near the rear window
D. In a secure place.

LTNZ General Question


6....You are coming up to a school patrol crossing and both signs are held out. When can you drive on?



A. When both signs have been pulled in.
B. When there are no pedestrians on the crossing.
C. When the sign on your side of the crossing has been pulled in.
D. When there are no pedestrians on your half of the crossing.

LTNZ General Question


7....You must signal that you are turning to the right:

A. as you are turning.
B. only if there are vehicles in front of you.
C. 3 seconds or more before you turn.
D. only if there are vehicles following behind you.

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8....What should you do when you come up to a one-lane bridge?

A. Sound your vehicle horn and drive slowly over the bridge.
B. Turn your vehicle headlights on and drive quickly over the bridge
C. Slow down and check for any oncoming vehicles before driving on.
D. Drive on and make sure any oncoming vehicles reverse off the bridge.

LTNZ General Question C20


9....When are you allowed to pass another vehicle?

A. When you are coming up to a blind corner or blind bend.
B. When a vehicle has stopped at a pedestrian crossing.
C. When you can see at least 100 metres of clear road in front of you once you have finished passing.
D. When you are less than 10 metres away from a railway level crossing.

LTNZ General Question C21


10....You are driving on a country road at night when your vehicle headlights suddenly go out. What is the safest thing to do?

A. Carry on driving to the nearest garage with your vehicle hazard lights on.
B. Slow down and drive on the far left side of the road.
C. Carry on driving to the nearest garage with your vehicle’s interior lights on.
D. Slow down, move off the road gradually, stop and turn your vehicle hazard lights on.

LTNZ General Question


11....What does this sign mean?



A. Do not drive slower than 100 km/h.
B. Do not drive faster than 100 km/h unless the road is clear.
C. Do not drive faster than 100 km/h.
D. A rest area is 100 metres ahead.

LTNZ General Question


12....You are the driver of the blue car. Of the 4 hazards marked, which one is most likely to require you to take urgent action?



A. A
B. B
C. C
D. D

LTNZ General Question


13....You have a restricted licence. A condition for driving at night without a supervisor is that you MUST NOT drive between:

A. 8 pm and 8 am.
B. 7 pm and 8 am.
C. 10 pm and 5 am.
D. 11 pm and 7 am.

LTNZ General Question


14....You must not open the door of your motor vehicle if:

A. you are parked within 10 metres of a bus stop.
B. you are likely to scratch the paint of your vehicle.
C. the car radio in your vehicle is playing loud music.
D. you are likely to hurt any person.

LTNZ General Question


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



A. YES
B. NO

LTNZ General Question


16....When would you use the 2-second rule?

A. When following another vehicle.
B. When reversing from a carpark.
C. When parking your vehicle.
D. When signalling a right turn.

LTNZ General Question


17....What does this sign mean?



A. Vehicles displaying a mobility card may park here.
B. Any vehicles may park here.
C. You can park your wheelchair here.
D. Wheelchair parking space for the next 30 metres.

LTNZ General Question


18....A vehicle can use the flush median strip:

A. to move into the traffic flow.
B. to park for 5 minutes only.
C. as a driving lane.
D. to unload goods or passengers.

LTNZ General Question


19....When must you always dip your vehicle headlights?

A. In a tunnel.
B. On a motorway.
C. When following other vehicles.
D. When coming up to a railway level crossing.

LTNZ General Question


20....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


21....If you are the driver and you hurt somebody in a crash, when must you report it?

A. As soon as you can but within 2 hours.
B. As soon as you can but within 6 hours.
C. As soon as you can but within 24 hours.
D. As soon as you can but within 1 week.

LTNZ General Question


22....What is the least distance of clear road you MUST have in front of you when you have finished passing another vehicle?

A. 40 metres.
B. 60 metres.
C. 80 metres.
D. 100 metres.

LTNZ General Question C5


23....What is the speed limit from the time you pass an ‘Accident’ sign until you are past the crash site?



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

LTNZ General Question


24....What does this sign mean?



A. Children's playground ahead.
B. Railway station ahead.
C. Railway level crossing ahead.
D. Railway museum ahead.

LTNZ General Question


25....If you are a driver involved in a crash, the FIRST action you should take is to

A. stop and place a warning triangle at the side of the road.
B. drive past at 20 km/h until you pass the site of the crash.
C. stop and check to see if anyone is hurt.
D. tell a police officer as soon as possible.

LTNZ General Question






10 Random LTNZ Special Questions


1....At night, a towed vehicle must:

A.. have a red light at the back.
B.. have its hazard lights on.
C.. be sounding its horn.
D.. be travelling slower than 50 km/h.

LTNZ Special Question 10


2....What is the maximum distance a load may extend in front of a car?

A.. 2 metres from the front edge of the front seat.
B.. 3 metres from the front edge of the front seat.
C.. 4 metres from the front edge of the front seat.
D.. 5 metres from the front edge of the front seat.

LTNZ Special Question 8


3....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


4....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


5....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


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....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


8....Your vehicle has a current warrant of fitness but a rear red stop light is not working. Do you:

A.. continue to drive the vehicle?
B.. only use the vehicle during daylight hours?
C.. have the fault repaired immediately?
D.. only use the vehicle in a 50 km/h speed area?

LTNZ Special Question 2


9....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


10....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






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