The Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) is the first stage in the licensing process. You must pass the DKT to get your learner driver licence.
To practise for the DKT, you can download a PDF document that includes questions you could be asked during the DKT, or you can view a demonstration test online.
To download a DKT PDF visit Driver licensing publications, then select the 'Show files' button next to 'Driver Knowledge Test Question Banks'. PDFs are available for car, rider, and heavy vehicles.
Alternatively, you can practise online using https://www.dktests.info/. DK Tests provides a platform to practice or take mock Learner's License tests too.
When you're ready to take your DKT test and if you are leaving in New South Wales (NSW), make a booking to visit a service centre.
To progress to a full licence through the NSW driver/rider graduated licensing scheme, you need to pass various tests at each stage, including:
You can book these tests online.
Practice Learner's Theory test on https://www.dktests.info/ before taking the test. DK Tests provides a platform to practice or take mock Learner's License tests.
Contact a motorcycle rider training provider if you'd like to book:
Contact a service centre if you'd like to book any of the following:
For more information on the NSW graduated licensing system, visit Getting a Licence on the Roads and Maritime Services website.
Service NSW and Roads and Maritime Services are aware of a Third Party website offering to book licence tests online. In addition to the fee charged by Roads and Maritime Services, this site charges additional fees to book a test. Customers should note that Roads and Maritime Services and Service NSW do not have any connection with other websites or services, and are limited in the assistance that can be provided if customers experience difficulties booking through Third Party websites. If you'd like to book a driver or licence test we recommend that you use the online test booking service provided by Online Services.
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Feel free to call us on 13 77 88 or visit a service centre