M1 Motorcycle Practice Test 2

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What should the driver do when the motorcycle chain locks the rear wheel?

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When the chain locks the rear wheel, maintain control and pull over immediately.

The motorcyclist should avoid driving on which part of the road when it is raining?

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The centre part of the lane is more slippery due in wet conditions. Motorcyclists should avoid that particular area.

When a motorcycle rider wishes to enter a highway, s/he must

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Motorcycle riders must enter into the access path and then into the acceleration zone and slowly merge into highway traffic.

Incorrect use of gears can result in accidents when

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There is more to shifting gears than simply getting the motorcycle to accelerate smoothly. Accidents can occur if the gears are used incorrectly, when downshifting, turning, or starting on hills.

A large seat and separate footrests are required on the motorcycle for

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The motorcycle must be equipped with a larger seat and separate footrests for a passenger.

The motorcycle rider must check his/her mirrors every

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Motorcycle riders must check their mirrors every 5-7 seconds to watch the traffic behind them.

Which of the following actions can save a motorcycle rider's life when s/he wants to change lanes, position within a lane, or before turning off the roadway?

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The driver should do a quick shoulder check before changing the lane position, position within a lane, or before turning off the roadway.

When a motorcycle rider approaches a railway crossing and the signal lights are flashing, what should s/he do?

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Motorcyclists must maintain 5-metres' distance from the nearest railway track at railway crossings.

Motorcycle riders must not ride their vehicles

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The motorcycle rider should never ride between two lanes, as each lane is designed for only one vehicle.

How much stopping power is provided by the rear brake?

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Only is provided by the rear brake.

A large seat and separate footrests are required on the motorcycle for

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When braking hard in a turn, the driver must follow the principles of "straighten, square, squeeze" and practice them.

Motorcycle riders must give the right-of-way to

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Motorcycle riders must stop for pedestrians at crosswalks or intersections.

Motorcycle riders must maintain the following distance from other vehicles

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Motorcycle riders must maintain at least a 2-to-3-seconds' safe following distance from other vehicles.

The use of the front brake should be avoided in which of the following circumstances?

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The only time the driver shouldn't use the front brake is when the surface is extremely slippery (e.g. with ice).

Except when you tend to overtake and pass another vehicle or when you wish to make a left turn, you should:

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When a motorcycle bounces, the motorcycle rider can be protected from immediate danger by

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The driver must hold the handgrips firmly so as to not lose grip if the motorcycle bounces.

Due to excessive sand and gravel, the motorcycle rider must not drive

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Sand and gravel usually collect along the side of the pavement.

One of the causes of collisions at intersections is a vehicle making a left turn across your path. To cut down your chances of being hit,

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A vehicle making a left turn across your path is one of the leading causes of collisions at intersections. To cut down your chances of being hit, approach slowly and move to the right.

Which is a safer gear to use while going down a hill?

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Using a lower gear while going down a hill acts as a brake.

When lights are required, drivers are required to use low beam headlights:

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