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What do you need to know about NSW road users Handbook?

What do you need to know about NSW road users Handbook?

The Road Users’ Handbook provides practical information on NSW road rules as well as road safety, low risk driving, vehicle registration and penalties for driving offences. The handbook is essential reading for anyone learning to drive, or upgrading a licence. It is also a good way for experienced drivers to keep up to date with changes

Why are the road rules important in NSW?

The NSW road rules are a framework for the safe and efficient movement of traffic on our roads. Whether you’re a new driver, in the process of upgrading your licence, or just driving through while temporarily visiting NSW, being familiar with the rules of the road is essential.

What happens if you cheat on the road users Handbook?

The test covers all content in the Road Users’ Handbook. The questions are randomly selected from a bank of approximately 600 ( that you can download and read ). People caught cheating on the test will immediately fail and will be banned from taking the test for 6 weeks.

What should you do at an intersection in NSW?

Around half of crashes in NSW happen at intersections. You should approach intersections at a speed that allows you to give way. It is an offence to be in the middle of an intersection when the traffic lights change. Stay on the approach side until there is a big enough gap on the other side.

Is the road users Handbook the same as the driving test?

This summary is only an interpretation of the Roads and Maritime Services’ Road Users’ Handbook which itself is only an interpretation of the law made easy to understand by using plain English. Relevant laws change frequently so make sure you have the most recent handbook when preparing for your test.

How are road users charged in New Zealand?

Road user charges (RUC) Anyone using New Zealand’s roads contributes towards their upkeep. Most road users pay levies when they buy fuel. Others, such as drivers of light diesel vehicles and heavy vehicles like trucks, pay through road user charges (RUC).