Driving in Queensland - Part 2 (Written)


We decided to get an L licence on the first week of January 2019. I think it was a good way to start the year. We chose to do the written online exam so we registered on the website and went to the nearest centre beside St. Stephen Cathedral to pay the fee and confirm our identities. You can pay online first then do the exam. The online exam will take you 4-6 hours to finish depending on your pace and is valid for 12 months. Because we were so excited, we finished it in one seating (haha) for about more than 6 hours though.

PrepL Home Page
You need to acquire the 3 keys before doing the final challenge. Read the module (can't skip), pass the exam (16/20 correct) then the key.
  • Your Driving Attitude - discusses about the fatal 5, being a better driver, risk profile and driver values.
  • Signs and Rules - discusses about road signs, giving way, parking and hazardous situations. Review well the 'giving way' especially on roundabouts and intersections.
  • Sharing the Road with Others - discusses about other road users, licence sanctions and consequences and road markings.
In my opinion, I think the online is better compared to reading the handout because it is easier to understand.

To have an idea of the give way rules:

Below are some links you can read and practice on:

Road Rules ; Practice Road Rule Test (click General Test) ; Sample Written Exam (more practice tests)

*All those in blue are linked to their respective websites. Click for more information.


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