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The Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) is the first stage in the licensing process. You must pass the DKT to get your learner licence. The DKT is a computer-based road rules knowledge test. You have to answer 45 questions. A test fee is payable each time you attempt the test.
There are specific tests for each class of licence:
Car (class C)
Rider (class R)
Rigid heavy vehicle (classes LR, MR and HR)
Combination heavy vehicle (classes HC and MC).
In the first part of the test, you'll be asked 15 general knowledge questions, and you need to get at least 12 correct. You'll then be asked 30 road safety questions (including traffic signs), and you need to get at least 29 correct. If you get four questions wrong in the general knowledge section, or two wrong in the road safety section, the test will be automatically terminated. There's no time limit for completing the test – take your time to carefully read and consider each question.
Once you've studied for the test, you can take the free online practice DKT. It is designed to help you become familiar with the test, and decide if you're ready to attempt the test for real. Experienced drivers can also take the practice test to check their knowledge of the road rules. The practice test looks and operates like the real test. It consists of 45 questions drawn from the DKT Question Bank, and is available in the same languages as the real test. Unlike the real test, the practice DKT allows you to finish all 45 questions, regardless of how many you get wrong. At the end of the practice test, you'll be advised whether you passed or failed.