TEST TIME ANSWER: Vehicle A must give way to vehicle B. Vehicles A and B are facing stop and give way signs; when two drivers face each other at stop or give way signs at an intersection they must give way to all other vehicles entering or approaching the intersection then apply the give way rules to each other. Vehicle A must then give way to vehicle B, as it is turning across vehicle B's path.
TEST TIME ANSWER: Vehicle C must give way to vehicle A. The driver entering a roundabout must give way to any vehicle already on a roundabout; vehicle A is already on the roundabout and travelling in front of vehicle C. Vehicle B does not affect either vehicle A or C.
A trial of electronic learner driver logs begins today as well as registrations to become a tester for one of the four logbook apps. This is on a first-come-first serve basis at the Castle Hill and Maitland Service NSW centres, with all participants to receive a free Safer Drivers Course: mynr.ma/logbook-app
TEST TIME: You are the blue car, which lane can you turn into from the intersection?
1. Lane J only
2. Lane K only
3. Either lane J or K
Just answer in the comments below. We will share the correct answer in a seperate post later today.
TEST ANSWER: Thanks for your answers to our test question earlier today.
The correct answer is: Vehicle A must give way to vehicles B and C. Vehicle A is turning right at an intersection with traffic lights; a driver turning right at an intersection with traffic lights must give way to any vehicle travelling in the opposite direction turning left or going straight through the... View details ⇨
Double demerit points are now in force across the state targeting speeding, as well as seatbelt, motorcycle helmet and mobile phone usage. Check out our guide to help you stay safe on the roads this weekend: mynr.ma/dds
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