Drivers aged 17-20 are twice as likely to be involved in crashes that result in an injury or death. That’s what prompted the government to lengthen the driver learning process to a minimum of 3 years. The information in the Road Users’ Handbook is tested in the Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) – the requirement to get your Ls.

 

Continue reading the Road Users’ Handbook Summary:

1. Introduction

2. Licences

3. Road Safety

4. Safe Driving

5. General Road Rules

6. Vehicle Registration

7. Penalties


Check out the other resources available to help you pass the Driver Knowledge Test and get your learner licence (L plates):

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