New South Wales
Driver Knowledge Test (DKT)
Before you start your driving lessons, you’ll need to get your learner’s licence. In NSW you’ll need to pass a Driver Knowledge Test, otherwise known as the DKT. Just fill in your details to start practising.
FREE Driver Knowledge Test (DKT)
What is the DKT?
The DKT is a computer-based road rule knowledge test. You have to answer 45 questions. There are two parts to the test, 15 general knowledge questions and 30 road safety questions.
How do you pass your DKT?
The test is split into two parts. The first part will consist of 15 general knowledge questions. You will need to get at least 12 of the 15 right to move onto the final part. The second and final part will consist of 30 questions. You will need to get at least 29 of these questions right to pass. There isn’t much room for error so be sure to start your practice test right away.
DKT Question Bank
The driver knowledge test consists of 45 multiple choice questions, each with 3 options. While the test consists of 45 questions, these questions are pulled from a bank of 364. We suggest downloading the question bank and revising them all. Once you are confident in your knowledge base have a go at the practice test.
Download a copy of all the DKT Question Bank from the RMS website here:
The Road User’s handbook is produced by the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). This booklet contains every road rule which will need to be understood if you want to pass the driver knowledge test (DKT) and hold a driver’s licence in NSW.
Download a copy from the RMS website here: