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25 Random LTNZ General Questions

1....The ‘speed limit’ means the:

A. slowest speed you can drive in good conditions.
B. average speed you can drive in good conditions.
C. fastest speed you can drive in good conditions.
D. fastest speed you can drive, except when overtaking.

LTNZ General Question

2....What should you do if the vehicle behind you wishes to pass?

A. Move to the centre so that they cannot pass.
B. Speed up so that they will not need to pass.
C. Move as far to the left side of the road as is safe.

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3....When passing a bus displaying a ‘School’ sign, that has stopped to let children on or off, you must not drive faster than:

A. 20 km/h.
B. 25 km/h.
C. 30 km/h.
D. 35 km/h.

LTNZ General Question

4....What is the best way to check for hazards before reversing your vehicle?

A. Relying only on the outside mirrors.
B. Turning to look over your shoulders
C. Relying only on the inside mirrors.
D. Walking around the vehicle before reversing.

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5....Can you stop on a bus stop in a private motor vehicle?

A. Only between midnight and 6 am.
B. Under no circumstances.
C. When dropping off passengers.
D. Only if it is for less than 5 minutes.

LTNZ General Question

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


LTNZ General Question

7....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.

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8....What does this sign mean?

A. Heavy trucks and buses should drive around the curve at 65 km/h.
B. All vehicles should drive around the curve at more than 65 km/h.
C. The speed for safe and comfortable driving around the curve is 65 km/h.

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9....When should you use the hazard lights on your vehicle?

A. When you are changing a tyre on the side of the road.
B. When you are coming up to an airport.
C. When you are double-parked.
D. When you are in a hurry.

LTNZ General Question

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


LTNZ General Question

12....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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13....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

14....One or more yellow lights flashing at traffic signals means:

A. be careful and apply the give way rule.
B. drive on but increase your speed.
C. stop until the lights no longer flash.
D. move to the left-hand side of the road.

LTNZ General Question

15....In wet or frosty conditions, what rule should you use to judge a safe following distance?

A. The 1-second rule.
B. The 2-second rule.
C. The 3-second rule.
D. The 4-second rule.

LTNZ General Question

16....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

17....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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18....After driving through surface water, you should:

A. pump your vehicle brakes carefully.
B. not use the brakes on your vehicle.
C. brake heavily.
D. check that the headlights on your vehicle are working.

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19....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

20....If anybody is hurt in a crash, the driver must tell a police officer as soon as possible but within:

A. 24 hours.
B. 36 hours.
C. 48 hours.
D. 60 hours.

LTNZ General Question C6

21....Which of the following sentences is TRUE?

A. Alcohol makes you a better driver.
B. Alcohol has no effect on the way you drive.
C. Alcohol makes you react faster when driving.
D. Alcohol slows down your reactions when driving.

LTNZ General Question

22....What do these road markings mean?

A. Turning vehicles should enter turning lane at arrows and avoid striped area.
B. Turning vehicles should avoid all road markings and use the left-hand lane.
C. All vehicles can make a U-turn at these road markings.
D. Turning vehicles drive straight over all road markings and wait to turn right.

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23....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

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


LTNZ General Question

25....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.

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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....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

3....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

4....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

5....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

6....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

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....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

9....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

10....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


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