The full licence test, is now a 20 minute test. This test is set in a 50-80km area.To succesfully pass your full licence test, you must be able to prove to the Testing Officer that you are capable of carrying out a series of tasks. These tasks include:
Turning left at a Give Way sign.
Turning Right at a Give way sign.
Turning right at a Roundabout.
Going Straight ahead at a Stop sign etc.
At some of these intersections,You will also be asked to identify the moving or potentially moving hazards and your response to those hazards.
on detecting oncoming traffic, the applicant would then say that the oncoming traffic is a hazard their response could be to say that they will stay to the left.
A hazard is anything moving or potentially moving that poses a clear and direct threat to the applicant.
pedestrians (from the left, right or ahead)
other motor vehicles (from the left, right, ahead, behind or oncoming)
other road users such as cyclists (to the left, right, ahead or behind or oncoming).
Moving Hazards do not include:
static objects such as protruding hedges,
road signs, parked vehicles without occupants
road features such as intersections,
merge lanes etc
Please note: All information is correct at time of publishing, Licence test prices are controlled by NZTA and are subject to change.