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If you’ve struggled through the VicRoads Road to Solo Driving Handbook for your learners test, you know the manual is dense, hard to read, and boring.
That’s why we created Zutobi Drivers Ed to help Australians actually learn and remember the road rules. We condensed all the information from the Road to Solo Driving Handbook and other important legislation into bite-sized pieces that are easy to understand. We also added hundreds of illustrations to help prepare you for tricky situations on the road, along with learners test practice questions so you can be confident you’ll ace the real thing.
And to make a normally boring subject fun, we gamified the experience and added levels, points, and you can even compete with friends. There’s a reason 95% of Zutobi users pass their learners test on the first try. Sign up with Zutobi and toss your other study materials—you won’t need them.

Use Zutobi’s App to Ace Your Victoria Learners Test

With Zutobi’s engaging, inventive, and best of all, fun, app, you can:

  • Toss your VicRoads Handbook - we got the entire Handbook covered
  • Learn Victoria road rules, signs, and safe driving skills—and confidently tell your dad he just made an illegal lane change.
  • Earn points, level up, and compete with friends on the road to acing your learners test.
  • Take our VicRoads practice learners tests, which are designed to be just like the real thing. Each of our practice tests explains the correct answer, so you can learn from any questions you miss.
  • Practice on your weak areas. Our algorithm automatically helps you rehearse the road rules you have difficulties with.
  • Pass your Victoria Learner Permit Knowledge Test the first time (95% of Zutobi customers do).

Is Passing the Victoria Learners Permit Test Hard?

It depends. Getting a Passing-score is hard if you don’t study (or study ineffectively). About 35% of Victorians fail their learners permit test the first time, and about 50% fail their drive test. Like a lot of Australians, you’ll probably find that just reading the Handbook isn’t enough to help you pass.

But if you study with a proven app like Zutobi, you’ll be surprised how easy it is to pass your permit test. Our streamlined learning modules and permit practice tests make studying easy. There’s a reason that 19 out of 20 Zutobi customers pass their permit test on their first try.

How Many Questions Are on the Test?

The Victoria Learners Test has 32 multiple-choice questions on it, and you’ll need to get 25 correct answers to pass.

What Is It Like to Drive in Victoria?

The Good

Victorian roads have become considerably safer when comparing the last 20 years of data collected by the Transport Accident Commission.

The Bad

According to data published by VicRoads, 266 people lost their lives in traffic accidents during 2019, which is an increase of 25% since compared to 2018.
Males account for about ¾ of all traffic fatalities each year, which means many accidents are avoidable.
About 29% of all fatalities involve speeding as many drivers do not understand how speed affects the stopping distance or vehicle control.
The same report shows that drivers between 16 to 29 have been involved in far more fatal traffic accidents in 2019 compared to 2018.

The Ugly

During the last 10 years, more than 400 pedestrians have lost their lives on Victorian roads. Pedestrians should not die because of driver errors.
In Melbourne, 120 people were killed as a result of traffic accidents in 2019.
During the past 5 years, close to 20% of all drivers who lost their lives in Victoria had a BAC over 0.05.

Why Put Your Trust in Zutobi?

Since 2018, Zutobi has helped thousands of young people achieve greatness by passing their Victoria learners test on their first try. Our goal was to make a course that was not only robust and comprehensive but also convenient, easy-to-use, and fun. We believe we’ve achieved that and based on all of the safe, responsible, and happy drivers we’ve helped, we think you’ll agree.

VicRoads Learners Test FAQ

  • You must be at least 16 years old to be able to get your Ls.
  • You should prepare by reading the VicRoads ‘Road to solo driving handbook’ and by doing online practice tests.
  • The learner test is taken at VicRoads customer service centre. It consists of 32 questions. You need to answer at least 25 correctly (78%) to pass.
  • The test result is valid for 12 months.
  • You need to take 2 tests at the VicRoads customer service centre - the knowledge test and an eyesight test.
  • If you pass the tests, you will be issued a learner permit card and have your photo taken. Before you receive your card in the mail, you can drive with your receipt as proof.
  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you must wear a face mask any time you visit a VicRoads customer service centre.You can read additional info about the learners permit process here.

You can read additional info about the learners permit process here.


Do you, on all roads, have to give way to buses with this sign signalling their intention to pull out?


Buses with a Give Way sign signalling their attention to pull out has priority over other vehicles in urban/built-up areas.

Seatbelts are most effective when:


Always wear your seatbelt correctly! In a crash, incorrectly worn seatbelts may cause neck, chest and abdominal injuries.

You intend to make a left turn at an uncontrolled intersection, and a car is approaching from the right. Which statement is true?


The ‘Give Way to the Right’ rule applies. When the car has passed, you can proceed with the turn if safe.

Where can these hazard markers be found?


These are hazard markers that point in the direction of the curve.

It’s 9.00 am on a Tuesday and you’re driving past this sign. What‘s the speed limit?


Don’t drive faster than 40 km/h. Watch out for children!

In which order should the cars proceed?


Car B should proceed first since both Car A and Car C are facing Give Way signs.  

Car A should proceed second since Car C is turning across the path of Car A.

On three-lane freeways, the far right lane is:


In general, you should drive in the left lane. Don’t drive in the right lane unless avoiding an obstruction, driving in congested traffic or overtaking.

You’re approaching a red light at an intersection with this sign. Which statement is true?


You may turn, but must come to a complete stop before you do. Give way to all traffic on the road you are entering, and turn left only if safe.

How should you act when another vehicle starts to overtake you?


When being overtaken, keep left, allow space in front of your vehicle, and don't increase your speed.

What’s the best precaution to avoid drink driving?


Don’t drink any alcohol if you know that you are going to drive. Any alcohol consumption will negatively affect your driving skills and as a consequence increase crash risk.

When you see this sign, you know:


When you see this sign, you should be alert for rocks that have fallen or may be falling onto the road. Be especially alert in or after bad weather conditions e.g. a storm or heavy rainfall.

Which car has to give way in this situation?


Car B must give way to Car A.

As both vehicles are facing Give Way/STOP signs, they must first give way to any vehicles not facing these signs. After that, the general ‘Give Way’ rules apply, meaning that a vehicle turning right must give way to oncoming vehicles going straight, oncoming vehicles turning left and vehicles on its right.

Your learner’s permit may be suspended after you incur how many demerit points within a 12-month period?


If you incur at least 5 demerit points within any 12-month period while on a permit or probationary licence, you can choose between having your licence suspended for at least 3 months OR a 1-year Good Behavior Bond.

Do you have to turn left at an intersection with a ‘Left Turn Only’ sign displayed?


If you’re in a lane with a ‘Left Turn Only’ sign, you must turn left.

Regulatory signs tell you what you must or mustn’t do. Disobeying a regulatory sign is an offence.

Are you allowed to drive in a tramway?


Tramways are marked by double continuous yellow lines or separation kerbs/structures. Don't drive in a tramway unless to avoid an obstruction. To cross, you must use breaks in the lines/kerb.

How does a BAC of 0.05 (compared to 0.00) increase the risk of crashing?


The relative risk of crashing increases dramatically as your BAC increases. A BAC of 0.05 doubles the risk of crashing. Even if you are below the legal limit for your licence, your risk of crashing is still significantly higher.

What does this sign mean?


The sign warns you of traffic lights ahead, and is there to make sure you slow down in time for the lights. 

Slow down and be prepared to stop if necessary when you see this sign.

Which statement is true?


A vehicle entering a roundabout must give way to all traffic already in the roundabout.

Which statement is true regarding parking near traffic light intersections? You must not park your vehicle within:


Parking is prohibited within 20m of the intersection unless parking bays or signs indicate otherwise.

Is mixing medicine and alcohol a good idea before driving?


Mixing medications, drugs, or alcohol can be very dangerous, and may even be deadly.

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