M1 Motorcycle Practice Test
In which of the following situations will the motorcycle rider need to shift his/her weight to the rear end?
If a front tire blows, the motorcyclist must try to steer straight and shift his/her weight to the rear to control the vehicle.
Which of the following three documents are required for motorcycle riders in Ontario?
Insurance liability card, valid driver's licence, and vehicle ownership documents are required for all drivers in Ontario.
While making a turn, the passenger on a motorcycle must
The driver as well as the passenger must lean in the direction of the turn.
High speed wobble for a motorcycle can be prevented
High speed wobble can be prevented by slowly closing the throttle and reducing the speed without applying the brakes.
Class M1 licensed motorcyclists driving at night should do the following to prevent accidents
Class M1 licence holders are not allowed to drive at night due to their insufficient experience.
If a motorcycle rider wishes to stop his/her vehicle, while stopping, s/he must watch for traffic
When a rider wants to stop his/her motorcycle, s/he must watch the traffic behind before taking the next steps.
If you are a fully licensed driver 21 years of age and over and if you register a BAC ____ , you will receive an immediate three-day licence suspension for a first offence.
If you register a BAC from .05 to .08 (known as the “warn range”), you will receive an immediate driver’s licence suspension. For a first occurrence, you will be suspended for three days.
Alcohol can impair the driver's ability to
Alcohol impairs the driver's ability to control, turn, or stop the motorcycle.
When a motorist reaches a through intersection where s/he may not need to stop, s/he must
Whenever a motorist reaches a through intersection, s/he must yield to pedestrians and other vehicles as per the right-of-way rules.
Motorcycle riders must not ride their vehicles
The motorcycle rider should never ride between two lanes, as each lane is designed for only one vehicle.
A large seat and separate footrests are required on the motorcycle for
When braking hard in a turn, the driver must follow the principles of "straighten, square, squeeze" and practice them.
A large seat and separate footrests are required on the motorcycle for
The motorcycle must be equipped with a larger seat and separate footrests for a passenger.
How much stopping power is provided by the rear brake?
Only is provided by the rear brake.
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?
The driver should do a quick shoulder check before changing the lane position, position within a lane, or before turning off the roadway.
The motorcyclist should avoid driving on which part of the road when it is raining?
The centre part of the lane is more slippery due in wet conditions. Motorcyclists should avoid that particular area.
Due to excessive sand and gravel, the motorcycle rider must not drive
Sand and gravel usually collect along the side of the pavement.
When a motorcycle rider wishes to enter a highway, s/he must
Motorcycle riders must enter into the access path and then into the acceleration zone and slowly merge into highway traffic.
When a motorcycle rider approaches a railway crossing and the signal lights are flashing, what should s/he do?
Motorcyclists must maintain 5-metres' distance from the nearest railway track at railway crossings.
For safe driving on the road, a driver must do the following
The driver must watch the surrounding areas and scan the road in all directions to prevent accidents.
Perfect balance can be maintained by motorcycle riders by holding the knees firmly against the gas tank while
In order to maintain balance, every motorcycle rider must hold his/her knees firmly against the gas tank while making turns.
What is the purpose of using a helmet while riding a motorcycle?
As per Ontario law, every motorcycle rider and passenger must wear a proper helmet while moving on a motorcycle. It provides protection from head injuries during a collision.
Which of the following will affect motorcycle riders more than four-wheel vehicle drivers?
Motorcycle riders are adversely affected by road and weather changes as they are not protected like four-wheel vehicle drivers are.
To protect the face and eyes from flying material, the motorcyclist should wear
Face protective shields protect the motorcyclist's face and eyes from flying objects.
The area slightly to the left or the right of the centre of the lane is called the
This area is called the tire track, because all tires would travel in this area.
The minimum age limit for applicants of a motorcycle driving licence is
The minimum age requirement for the learner's licence is 16 years.
To make a safe turn, the motorcyclist must
To turn a motorcycle safely, the rider must lean the bike in the direction of the turn.
When a motorcycle rider wants to turn while moving faster than 25 km/h, s/he must use the
When travelling at speeds greater than 25 km/h, the rider must push on the handgrip in the direction of the turn.
Motorcycle riders must give the right-of-way to
Motorcycle riders must stop for pedestrians at crosswalks or intersections.
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,
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.
When a motorcycle bounces, the motorcycle rider can be protected from immediate danger by
The driver must hold the handgrips firmly so as to not lose grip if the motorcycle bounces.
The use of the front brake should be avoided in which of the following circumstances?
The only time the driver shouldn't use the front brake is when the surface is extremely slippery (e.g. with ice).
What should the driver do when the motorcycle chain locks the rear wheel?
When the chain locks the rear wheel, maintain control and pull over immediately.
Which is a safer gear to use while going down a hill?
Using a lower gear while going down a hill acts as a brake.
The motorcycle rider must check his/her mirrors every
Motorcycle riders must check their mirrors every 5-7 seconds to watch the traffic behind them.
Incorrect use of gears can result in accidents when
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.
Motorcycle riders must maintain the following distance from other vehicles
Motorcycle riders must maintain at least a 2-to-3-seconds' safe following distance from other vehicles.
The taillights of other vehicles are useful to motorists
The vehicle's taillights can alert the motorist of any rough conditions of the road.
Which of the following is most useful to the motorcycle rider to help him/her maintain balance?
Motorcycle riders must keep their feet firmly on the footpegs. This will help them maintain balance.
The motorcycle rider must use the following for correct stopping
Always use both brakes simultaneously to decrease the stopping distance.
To keep a motorcycle in good working condition, what formula must be followed by the driver every day?
Before starting the motorcycle, every motorcycle rider must perform a daily check-up by following a 10-point formula.
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