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Alberta Motorcycle Test Rules 2

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Question 1
On a chain driven motorcycle, you should check for lubrication and…?
A
Number of links
B
color
C
Tension
D
Mud
Question 2
When testing the clutch, what should you be looking for?
A
That the cable moves freely and feels tight
B
That it springs back instantly when released
C
That it feels nice and loose
D
That it is tough to pull in
Question 3
How long does the average rider need between perceiving a need to stop and starting to react to that need?
A
One second
B
.75 of a second
C
.25 of a second
D
.5 of a second
Question 4
Which of these statements is the only true one about traction?
A
You will always be able to recover it once it's lost
B
It's not as important in cornering as the correct speed
C
You can always get more with different techniques
D
There is only ever a limited amount available
Question 5
What will indicate that a motorcycle is a good size for you?
A
You can get your right foot toe on the ground
B
You can bend your knees at right angles with your feet on the ground
C
You can get the balls of both feet on the ground
D
You can get your left foot flat on the ground with your right foot on the brake
Question 6
Why should your right wrist be bent slightly below the level of the throttle?
A
So that you do not accidentally apply too much throttle
B
To improve your aerodynamic position
C
So that your wrist will be protected in an accident
D
So that you can apply the throttle quickly
Question 7
What's the minimum you should give your motorcycle after a winter's storage?
A
An oil change
B
A light dusting
C
A vigourous polish
D
A good wash
Question 8
Why should you try to feather your brakes when downshifting?
A
So that the clutch doesn't have to do too much work
B
So that the drivers behind will see your brake light
C
So that you are ready to brake harder if necessary
D
In case you accidentally put in too much power
Question 9
What should you do with the throttle went upshifting?
A
Blip the throttle quickly
B
Keep the power around the middle of of the range
C
Roll on extra power
D
Roll right off the power
Question 10
How often should you undertake a complete inspection of your motorcycle?
A
Once a month
B
Every morning
C
Before every single trip
D
Once a week
Question 11
When parking your motorcycle at an angle to the curb, what is the furthest distance your rear wheel should be away from the curb?
A
30 cm
B
40 cm
C
50 cm
D
1 m
Question 12
When checking your oil, what color should it be?
A
Black
B
Red
C
White
D
Yellow
Question 13
When riding an unfamiliar motorcycle, what precautions should you take?
A
Only ride at low speed at first
B
Practice gear changing and braking before starting the engine
C
Take a quick ride round a parking lot to get used to it
D
Find a quiet piece of road to start on
Question 14
Which of these modifications is it permissible to make to your exhaust muffler system?
A
You can attach a device which allows flame to come from your exhaust
B
You can widen the exhaust outlet
C
None of these modifications are permissible
D
You can attach a device to increase the noise of your exhaust
Question 15
You notice during your inspection that the motorcycle can still be pushed forward with the rear brake on. What should you do?
A
Tailor the speed of your ride accordingly
B
Only carry on if there is at least 50% braking effect at the rear wheel
C
Do not ride the motorcycle until you can have it repaired
D
Only carry on if the front brake is working perfectly
Question 16
What is the most important thing to check with your throttle?
A
That it can stay open on its own when half open
B
That it opens smoothly for good acceleration
C
That it returns to the closed position on its own when you release it
D
That it is easy to hold open at full throttle
Question 17
If you find a fault with your motorcycle brakes you can't fix, what should you do?
A
Make a note to have it fixed as soon as possible
B
Call out a mechanic
C
Any of the above
D
Ride it to a garage
Question 18
How should you assess your tire pressure?
A
With a pressure gauge
B
By kicking the tire
C
By bouncing up and down on the seat
D
With your thumb
Question 19
Which of these should you do when storing your motorcycle for the winter?
A
Wrap protection around your tires
B
Remove the battery
C
Drain the fuel tank
D
All answers are correct
Question 20
Where is the best place to begin practising riding?
A
A road with a low speed limit
B
A quiet suburban road
C
A quiet country road
D
A traffic free area
Question 21
What happens when you pull in the clutch?
A
The throttle shuts down
B
The rear wheel starts to brake
C
The power is disengaged
D
The engine switches off
Question 22
As well as operating the brakes, you should also make sure that your brake levers…?
A
Require a stiff pull to use
B
Have some lateral play
C
Make a slight noise
D
Operate the braking light
Question 23
For normal braking, what is the best way to apply your brakes?
A
Rear then front
B
Front then rear
C
Both together
D
Front only
Question 24
When should you use a hand signal to indicate to other drivers?
A
If you suspect they may not be able to see your turn signals
B
All answers are correct
C
If your turn signals are not working
D
If you want to be particularly emphatic about the manoeuvre you are about to undertake
Question 25
On a normal manual motorcycle, what will you use to change gear?
A
Left hand
B
Right foot
C
Left foot
D
Right hand
Question 26
When is it safe to run through more than one gear at a time when shifting?
A
Neither upshifting nor downshifting
B
When downshifting
C
When upshifting or downshifting
D
When upshifting
Question 27
What is the first thing you should do before starting your motorcycle?
A
Put up the sidestand
B
Put it in gear
C
Check the anti-theft lock is released
D
Open the throttle
Question 28
If your tires have worn unevenly, what might be causing this?
A
Incorrect wheel alignment
B
Excessive acceleration
C
Bad cornering style
D
Poor roads
Question 29
Why is it particularly important to select the correct speed at which to downshift?
A
The wrong speed might cause a rear wheel skid
B
The wrong speed might stall the engine
C
The wrong speed might cause a backfire
D
The wrong speed might lock up the front wheel
Question 30
What is the friction zone?
A
The point at which you can feel the brakes start to bite
B
The point at which the clutch re-engages the engine
C
The point of contact between your tire and the road
D
The area where your knees rub against the saddle
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