Free NSW DKT Practice Tests 2021
If you’re looking for a way to ace your driver knowledge test (DKT) without putting weeks into reading and re-reading the NSW Road Users’ Handbook, you’re in the right place. Zutobi has simplified how Australians can study for their DKT by gathering all of the information needed to ace the test in one place. In New South Wales, it’s never been easier to ace the DKT test and learn the road rules properly. The driver knowledge test can also be referred to as the RTA test.
Our innovative app streamlines the process of learning road rules, traffic laws, traffic regulations, and more. We break down everything you need to know, including the entire Road Users’ Handbook, into understandable and digestible pieces. And best of all, we make it fun to study for your learners licence.
Get our app or sign up on the website today and put yourself on the path to scoring 100% on your driver knowledge test without ever having to open the Road Users’ Handbook again.
Ace Your Driver Knowledge Test With Zutobi
Zutobi’s innovative, informative, and best of all, exciting app, allows you to:
- Pass your NSW DKT test with flying colours on the first try (95% of Zutobi users do), pass your driving test, and become a successful and competent driver.
- Take our DKT practice tests, which are just like the actual exam, and check your answers. If you happen to miss a question, all of the correct answers are fully explained so you can do better next time.
- Learn the entire Road Users’ Handbook using our summarised and bite-sized chapters.
- Engage, learn and understand about safe driving practices, defensive driving skills, and road rules so you’ll be safe behind the wheel.
- Earn points from every completed section and correct answer. Climb the levels as you beat your friends.
What Is It Like To Drive In New South Wales?
NSW has a fantastic climate, beautiful beaches, and some magnificent landmarks. But what is it like to drive there? Well, the driving statistics aren’t exactly perfect. Here are some facts:
- Hospitalisations and passenger hospitalisations in 2018 were at their lowest rate since 2012.
- The number of traffic fatalities has steadíly dropped since the 1970s , with the best year being 2014
- 10,903 persons were hospitalised in NSW due to road accidents in 2018.
- The NSW community costs for road traffic casualties were estimated at $8,9 billion in 2018.
- Drivers between the ages 17-25 stand for 19% of hospitalisations in 2018, although they only represent 12% of the population.
- Men stand for a disproportionately huge part of NSW traffic accidents
- In 2019, about 77% of all NSW traffic fatalities were men (273 out of 353)
See Why Thousands of Teens and Adults Trust Zutobi More Than the Handbook
Getting your Ls in New South Wales shouldn’t be a pain—and studying shouldn’t feel like a chore. With the Zutobi app, we’ve taken a long, frustrating process and revamped it.
We’ve condensed the textbook-style NSW Road Users’ Handbook into bite-size pieces of information you’ll actually retain. We’ve also added hundreds of illustrations and pictures because we all learn in different ways and you might learn better with images versus just text. We’ve even gamified the whole thing—by adding levels, points, and competition with your friends, Zutobi can help you to actually enjoy studying the road rules.
With the Zutobi app, you’ll quickly become an expert on Australian road signs, New South Wales specific passing rules, and everything else you need to know to ace your learner’s test.
Take Our Free NSW DKT Practice Tests Now
The driver knowledge test consists of 45 questions and is broken up into two sections - and you’ll need to clear both sections to pass. The first ‘general knowledge’ section has 15 questions and 12 are needed to pass. The second ‘road safety’ section has 30 questions and 29 are needed to pass.
Go ahead and test your knowledge using our FREE NSW DKT practice tests. Our tests will even provide a detailed explanation for each question whether you get the question right or wrong - so you’ll learn much faster. Keep in mind that the tests are not as informative as the Road Users’ Handbook, so you’ll want to read our bite-sized Handbook at least once to make sure you’ve missed nothing.
NSW Driver Knowledge Test FAQ
- You must be at least 16 years old to be able to take the NSW DKT
- You should prepare for the knowledge test by reading the entirety of the ‘Road Users’ Handbook’ (or our improved easy-to-read version) and with online practice tests
- The driver knowledge test consists of 45 questions and is broken up into two sections - a ‘general knowledge’ section and a ‘road safety’ section. You need to clear both sections to pass the test.
- The ‘general knowledge’ section has 15 questions, and you need to answer at least 12 correctly to pass
- The ‘road safety’ section has 30 questions, and you need to answer at least 29 correctly to pass
- The driver knowledge test questions are randomised from a question bank comprised of 600 questions
- Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you must wear a face mask during the knowledge test and it will be computer-based.
If you’re ready to take the driver knowledge test, you can book it here.