There’s nothing more exciting than booking for the DKT to kick-start your journey behind the wheel. From a Learners licence to a Provisional licence, and finally your full licence, you will soon have the autonomy to hop in your car and drive wherever you see fit! And it all starts with one simple assessment — the Driver’s Knowledge Test.

Book your driver’s knowledge test at On Road today

Are you ready to book your driver’s knowledge test and take the first step in securing your driver’s licence? If you’ve completed your practice tests and are confident with your results, you’re on your way to landing your Learner’s licence! From online practice tests to the road user’s handbook, On Road makes it easy to revise all the necessary materials you need. That way, you can book for the DKT and feel ready to pass it in no time!

Once you pass your DKT, we have you sorted for the rest of your journey on the road ahead. Receive driving lessons from our trusted instructorsin Sydney, the Central Coast, Wollongong, Newcastle, Canberra and Melbourne. We’re Australia’s leading experts in driving education who will provide you with the skills and confidence you need to be a safe driver.

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What is the DKT?

The DKT is a computer-based road rules knowledge test. You have to answer 45 questions. You'll have to pay a test fee each time you attempt the test. You have to answer 45 questions.

There are two parts to the test, 15 general knowledge questions and 30 road safety questions. You should read each question carefully before answering as there's no time limit to complete the test.

how can I be sure to pass the dkt?

Practice makes perfect. Make sure to complete the RMS practice test before you attempt the real thing! RMS offers a great DKT Practice Test app (available in the App Store). Also make sure to thoroughly read through the Road User's Handbook, as everything you need to know is found in there. (See below).


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.

It would be a good idea to download the question bank and revise them all. Once you are confident in your knowledge base have a go at the practice test.


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.

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