ALBERTA MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 03

When it comes to operating a motorcycle in Alberta, there are certain traffic rules that must be followed. For example, all riders are required to wear a helmet that meets certain safety standards in order to protect themselves in the event of an accident. 

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Alberta Motorcycle Test 03

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What is the minimum time gap you should leave between yourself and the vehicle in front?

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When should you be most vigilant about watching for animals?

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When approaching a railroad track, what angle should you take?

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If at an intersection an oncoming driver is indicating an intention to turn left, where should you position yourself?

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What is meant by 'proactive riding'?

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When it has just started raining, where is the most slippery part of the road likely to be?

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Ordinarily on a two lane roadway, what will be your safest place to ride?

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How far ahead should you be scanning your path of travel in rural areas?

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You are riding at what you regard as a sensible speed for the conditions, but a driver behind indicates their intention to overtake you. What should you do?

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In very windy conditions, what should be your main way of holding on to your motorcycle?

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How can you use the lights of a vehicle ahead to help you?

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When should you be most aware of the danger posed by grit, dirt and sand in the roadway?

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When you have to brake suddenly, where is most of the braking force going to be applied?

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As you approach an intersection, how should you prepare for it?

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What is the minimum distance you should be scanning ahead in urban areas?

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Why should you avoid high beam headlights in fog?

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When can you squeeze between vehicles ahead of you on a two lane carriageway?

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If you are riding with high beam headlights on and are coming up behind another vehicle, what is the closest you should get before dipping your headlight?

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If you are riding on a dark road with high beam headlights on, what is the closest you should let an oncoming vehicle get to you before you dip the beam?

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What's your best way to be seen at night?

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When is it permissible to exceed the speed limit when overtaking?

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Before changing lanes, what should you do to combat the effect of the 'blind spot'?

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When riding in a crosswind, why should you give yourself a larger space cushion?

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What is the maximum permitted speed when passing emergency vehicles or tow trucks which are stopped with their lights flashing?

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What should you do if your motorcycle starts to hydroplane?

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Why should you make sure you don't ride too close to the curb?

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When riding at night, what should your braking distance be?

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Why should you always give large vehicles more of a 'space cushion'?

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What is the best way to minimise the number of lane changes you need to make?

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What is the best way to stay safe when there is ice and snow on the road?

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Motorcyclists are also expected to follow the same traffic laws as other drivers, including obeying traffic signals, yielding the right of way, and respecting the speed limits on the road. Additionally, motorcyclists should be aware of their surroundings and ensure they are visible to other drivers on the road. These measures are in place to ensure the safety of everyone on the road, and motorcyclists must take them seriously to stay safe and avoid accidents.

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.