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25 Random LTNZ General Questions


1....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


2....You must pull over and allow an ambulance or fire engine to pass:

A. at all times.
B. at an uncontrolled intersection.
C. when it is operating its siren or flashing lights.
D. when it is turning right and you have the right of way.

LTNZ General Question


3....When driving at night, which vehicle lights should you turn on?

A. Headlights.
B. Park lights
C. Interior lights.
D. Hazard lights.

LTNZ General Question C32


4....What must you do if glass falls on to the road from your vehicle?

A. Sweep it up within 2 hours.
B. Sweep it up straight away if you can do so safely.
C. Sweep it up within 24 hours.
D. Tell a police officer.

LTNZ General Question


5....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

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6....What does this sign mean?



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

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7....What should you do after driving through surface water?

A. Swerve carefully from side to side to dry out the brakes on your vehicle.
B. Move to the left of the road and dry out the wheels of your vehicle.
C. Drive with your vehicle handbrake on for at least 5 minutes.
D. Pump your vehicle brakes carefully several times to dry them out.

LTNZ General Question


8....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.

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9....A white diamond painted on the road means that you are coming up to:

A. a pedestrian crossing.
B. traffic signals.
C. a roundabout.
D. an intersection.

LTNZ General Question


10....You are driving at night and see a vehicle coming towards you with its headlights on high beam. Where should you look?

A. At the vehicle coming towards you.
B. At the centre of the road.
C. At the left side of the road.
D. At the far right of the road.

LTNZ General Question


11....What should you do if you meet farm animals coming towards you on the road?

A. Slow down and move over to the left side of the road.
B. Give a long blast with the horn on your vehicle.
C. Give a lot of short toots with the horn on your vehicle.
D. Race your vehicle engine.

LTNZ General Question


12....How close can you park your vehicle to the approach side of a pedestrian crossing where no broken yellow lines have been marked?

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

LTNZ General Question


13....If you intend to move your vehicle from the right-hand lane to the left-hand lane, you must

A. move to the left as quickly as possible.
B. speed up and signal as you move to the left.
C. signal for at least 3 seconds before moving left.
D. slow down and signal as you move to the left.

LTNZ General Question


14....At night, when MUST you always dip the headlights on your vehicle?

A. driving around town.
B. driving on a motorway.
C. following other vehicles.
D. driving in the country.

LTNZ General Question C27


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



A. YES
B. NO

LTNZ General Question


16....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


17....You may stop on a motorway only:

A. to let down or pick up passengers.
B. if there is an emergency.
C. to make a U-turn.
D. to stop and take a photo.

LTNZ General Question


18....When driving on a motorway, you must NOT:

A. indicate before changing lanes.
B. pass using the left-hand lane.
C. pass other vehicles.
D. pick up hitchhikers.

LTNZ General Question


19....If your doctor gives you medication, you should:

A. stop driving while taking the medication.
B. ask the doctor what effect it will have on your driving ability.
C. drive as you would normally.
D. drive slower than normal during the time you are taking the medication.

LTNZ General Question


20....You are driving past a line of parked cars. You notice a ball bouncing out into the road ahead. Do you:

A. keep driving at the same speed?
B. keep driving at the same speed and flash the vehicle’s headlights?
C. slow down and be prepared to stop for children?
D. slow down and move to the right-hand side of the road?

LTNZ General Question


21....When should you use the 2-second rule?

A. When reversing out of a driveway.
B. When following other vehicles at the same speed.
C. When giving way at a pedestrian crossing.
D. When using the indicators on your vehicle.

LTNZ General Question


22....You are waiting at a railway level crossing and the red lights continue to flash after the train has passed. What should you do?

A. drive on carefully while the lights are still flashing.
B. stay stopped until the lights stop flashing.
C. check both ways and then drive on.
D. wait for 15 seconds and then drive on.

LTNZ General Question C11


23....What should you do when parking your vehicle next to the kerb when facing down a steep hill?

A. Leave the front wheels of your vehicle straight ahead.
B. Turn the front wheels of your vehicle towards the kerb.
C. Turn the front wheels of your vehicle away from the kerb.
D. Run the front and back wheels of your vehicle hard against the kerb.

LTNZ General Question


24....What should you do when another vehicle is following you very closely?

A. Speed up to get further ahead.
B. Brake suddenly to warn them.
C. Flick your vehicle lights and wave your arm.
D. Slow down, move to the left and allow the vehicle to pass.

LTNZ General Question


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



A. YES
B. NO

LTNZ General Question






10 Random LTNZ Special Questions


1....What must be displayed on the back of a trailer being towed at night?

A.. A blue light.
B.. A red light.
C.. A white flag.
D.. A white light.

LTNZ Special Question 14


2....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


3....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


4....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


5....To pass a warrant of fitness test, your car door handles MUST operate:

A.. from the inside and the outside.
B.. from the outside only.
C.. from the inside only.
D.. only on the front doors.

LTNZ Special Question 6


6....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


7....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


8....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


9....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


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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