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Over 300 articles covering Road Code knowledge, practical advice, advanced driving techniques, driving in difficult conditions, using protective clothing, new vehicle technology. They will help you get your learner licence quicker, and also progress to advanced strategies and competence on the road.
Free NZ Road Code quizzes to get you started
Questions are conveniently broken into sections within the quizzes and are randomised each time.
• Core knowledge - basic driving, passing and dealing with other road users
• Behaviour - driving courteously and being prepared for challenging situations on the road
• Parking - where you can and cannot park, and any time restrictions
• Emergencies - how to drive when there are emergency service vehicles around, and what to do if you have an accident
• Road position - where you should position your vehicle when driving
• Intersections - all the give way rules so you know who has right of way
• Theory - Warrant of Fitness rules, and information about carrying passengers and towing loads
• Signs - many of our road signs
• Truck-specific Road Code questions (Classes 2-5)
• Motorcycle-specific Road Code questions
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