Road rules theory test quiz
Practice and find out more about the theory test you will need to take to get you learner’s permit.
To get your learner’s permit, you will need to pass a computerised theory test that assesses your understanding of the WA road rules.
There are specific theory tests for cars and motorcycles/mopeds.
You can find all the information you need to pass the test in the Drive Safe or Ride Safe Handbook.
Each quiz consists of 30 multiple choice questions.
Select the answer that you think is correct. Some questions include images, many do not.
You must attempt all 30 questions to review your results.
Quiz questions are based on the Drive Safe handbook.
Each quiz consists of 35 multiple choice questions. Select the answer that you think is correct.
You must attempt all 35 questions to review your results.
Quiz questions are based on the Ride Safe handbook.
When you are confident you can pass the road rules theory test, you will need to sit a computerised theory test at a Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) centre, regional DoT office or agent.
You can undertake the theory test when you apply for you learner’s permit.
You will need to pay a fee.
All tests must commence before 3.45 pm.
You do not need to make an appointment to sit the theory test at any metro DVS centre.
You may need to call ahead at our regional DVS centres or agents.
If you do not pass, you will need to resit the test on another day and pay a resit fee.
Oral theory test
You may be eligible to complete the theory test orally, if you have difficulty reading or using computers.
If required, the oral theory test can be conducted in a language other than English using NAATI translators.
For more information, ask about an oral theory test when you apply for your learner’s permit.
Computerised theory test fees
|Sit the Learner's Permit Computerised Theory Test
|Resit the Learner's Permit Computerised Theory Test (each attempt)
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