Practicing for your Driver's Knowledge Test (DKT) online is easy and free right here. You'll have your learner's permit in no time with hundreds of multiple choice questions for car, motorbike and truck licences. Choose a category to get started.
To get your learner's permit in Australia you'll need to first pass the Driver Knowledge Test, and here you'll find all 553 questions online from the DKT handbook for NSW including car, motorbike and heavy vehicle sections with the actual questions and answers.
These free practice theory tests will get you well on your way to being able to drive on the roads, and go for your provisional licence.
Thousands of people practice for their driving test every month using driverknowledgetests.com.
Find out more information about how to pass your NSW learners test in our resources section packed with practical advice.
View over 100 articles with topics that support the theory quizzes by improving your knowledge. There's input from driving instructors, advanced drivers and more, covering driving in difficult conditions, what protective clothing to wear if you ride a motorbike, up-to-date information on the latest vehicle technology, how to maintain your vehicle, plus advice on how to pass your test.
If you are moving from outside Australia and want to drive here on a foreign licence, check out this page for the requirements. You'll need to know the road rules in Australia, even if you can drive here on your overseas licence, so make sure you at least check out the road sign and intersection questions so you'll be driving safely while you're in New South Wales.
You can also try our quick tourist quiz to ensure you understand the essential road rules that might be different to the country you are from. This is particularly useful if you have never driven on the left. You will find many differences in Australia's signs and road markings if you are from Europe, Asia or the Americas.
Plus, there are motorbike-specific questions, and sections for combination and rigid vehicles, including restraining loads.