BC MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 01

In British Columbia, motorcycles are considered vehicles and are subject to the same traffic rules as cars and trucks.

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BC Motorcycle Test 01

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Your motorcycle will most likely have convex mirrors to give you a wider field of view. What effect will these mirrors also have?

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What is the best way of protecting your eyes and face while riding?

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Which of these materials is not suitable for motorcycle clothing?

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How can you find out whether or not a used helmet has been in a crash?

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In what percentage of crashes is a helmet effective in preventing head injury?

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Where will you normally find the gearshift lever on a motorcycle?

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Which of these should not be an essential consideration in choosing which motorcycle to buy?

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Why is it important to check that air can flow freely through your face shield?

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What will make you safest when faced with a road sign?

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If your motorcycle starts fine but soon stalls for no obvious reason, what is the first thing you should check?

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When buying your motorcycle gear, what should be the priority item, where you should buy the best you can afford?

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When can you afford not to wear your motorcycle jacket?

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When you’re approaching a green light, which of these should you not do?

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What would you use your tachometer to monitor?

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What’s the best way of making sure you arrive at your destination on time?

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When is it essential that your passenger should wear a proper helmet and protective gear?

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Why should you not wear high-heeled boots when riding?

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Why should you not use a tinted face shield?

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You’re riding with two friends and they start to reach a speed you’re not comfortable with. What’s your best option?

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What’s the best way to react if someone starts tailgating and honking at you?

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Which of these is the most common cause of motorcycle crashes in British Colombia?

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Which of these should be given priority in your budget for motorcycling?

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When starting your motorcycle from cold, what position should your choke/enricher be in?

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When riding, what percentage of information about your environment do you take in through your eyes?

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What’s the best way to deal with pedestrians and people in wheelchairs wanting to cross the road ahead?

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What's the most effective way of making sure other road users can see you?

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According to the US Department of Transportation, how much more likely are you to be killed in an accident as a motorcyclist than as a car driver?

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After passing your skills test, what should you do next?

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What is the most important thing you should ensure before pressing the starter?

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What is the most important consideration for the smart rider?

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However, there are specific rules specifically for motorcycles that riders must adhere to. Helmets and proper protective gear such as jackets, gloves, and boots are mandatory for all motorcycle riders in British Columbia. Lane splitting is not legal in British Columbia, which means motorcycles must stay in their designated lanes and may not pass vehicles in the same lane. Additionally, motorcycles are not allowed to use high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes unless they have a passenger or qualify for a special permit. Motorcycle riders must obey traffic laws and be aware of their surroundings, as motorcycles can be more difficult for other drivers to see on the road. By following these rules, riders can ensure their safety and the safety of others on the road.

This online BC motorcycle practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the ICBC 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 ICBC motorcycle license at your local licensing office.