Driver Knowledge Tests

How do motorbikes turn?

Counter steering is where you make a small turn one way which tips the bike in the opposite direction and then you catch the fall by turning the handlebars back and balancing your weight in relation to the centrifugal force

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Advantages and disadvantages of owning a van

For some occupations, a van is essential, but for others, it’s possible to use a ute or pick-up truck, large SUV or large station wagon. Vans have a number of advantages and disadvantages over these vehicles. Size and capacity A

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How should you safely load items in your car?

You’ll frequently need to carry items in or on your car, whether it’s shopping, a pet or something large like a surfboard. The four most important considerations when loading items in a car are: Will this item fly forwards and

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How to easily make your car go smoother

There’s no real secret in making your car run smoother, it’s just proper maintenance and some minor adjustments that’ll do the trick. Many of the things you can do require you to shell out a lot of money and some

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Guidelines for loading a roof rack

If you’re loading a roof rack, whether it’s for work or you’re packing things for your holiday, there are some guidelines which will help keep your load secure: Check the rating on your roof rack and don’t overload it. There

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Will self-driving cars ever mean that road deaths will reduce to zero?

Self-driving vehicles could reduce road fatalities to close to zero but it would require all vehicles to be self-driving (including motorbikes, which is unlikely) and for a complete separation of pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Cyclists and pedestrians are included in

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How to make an old car stand out to the average millennial buyer

Used car prices in Australia are currently at an all-time high as people look to minimise their use of public transport. Used car sellers have been struggling to keep up with the extreme levels of demand over the past few months,

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