In Alberta, Canada, motorcycles follow the same traffic rules as other vehicles on the road. This includes stopping at red lights and stop signs, obeying speed limits, and using turn signals when changing lanes or making a turn.


Alberta Motorcycle Test 02

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On a chain driven motorcycle, you should check for lubrication and…?

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You notice during your inspection that the motorcycle can still be pushed forward with the rear brake on. What should you do?

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When checking your oil, what color should it be?

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Where is the best place to begin practising riding?

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When should you use a hand signal to indicate to other drivers?

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What is the friction zone?

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If your tires have worn unevenly, what might be causing this?

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How often should you undertake a complete inspection of your motorcycle?

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What should you do with the throttle went upshifting?

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When parking your motorcycle at an angle to the curb, what is the furthest distance your rear wheel should be away from the curb?

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What is the first thing you should do before starting your motorcycle?

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Which of these modifications is it permissible to make to your exhaust muffler system?

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Which of these statements is the only true one about traction?

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As well as operating the brakes, you should also make sure that your brake levers…?

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What is the most important thing to check with your throttle?

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On a normal manual motorcycle, what will you use to change gear?

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If you find a fault with your motorcycle brakes you can't fix, what should you do?

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How long does the average rider need between perceiving a need to stop and starting to react to that need?

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Which of these should you do when storing your motorcycle for the winter?

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Why should your right wrist be bent slightly below the level of the throttle?

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When testing the clutch, what should you be looking for?

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What will indicate that a motorcycle is a good size for you?

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What happens when you pull in the clutch?

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Why should you try to feather your brakes when downshifting?

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When is it safe to run through more than one gear at a time when shifting?

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What's the minimum you should give your motorcycle after a winter's storage?

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Why is it particularly important to select the correct speed at which to downshift?

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For normal braking, what is the best way to apply your brakes?

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When riding an unfamiliar motorcycle, what precautions should you take?

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How should you assess your tire pressure?

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However, there are a few specific rules that apply only to motorcycles. For example, it is legal for motorcycles to ride between two traffic lanes in certain circumstances, also known as lane splitting. Additionally, all riders and passengers are legally required to wear helmets while on a motorcycle in Alberta. Riding a motorcycle requires more skill and awareness than driving a car, so motorcyclists need to remain alert and focused while on the road. By following traffic rules and being aware of their surroundings, motorcyclists can help ensure a safe and enjoyable riding experience.

This online Alberta motorcycle practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the AB Motorcycle driver’s test required before you can get your Motorcycle operator’s license. This free practice written driving test is a lesson that is essential for getting your Alberta motorcycle license at your local licensing office.