In British Columbia, Canada, motorcyclists are required to follow the same traffic rules and regulations as other motorists.


BC Motorcycle Test 02

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When can you afford to stop monitoring for potential hazards?

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What does this sign mean?

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You have arrived at an intersection first, but a car driver has taken your right of way. Should you:

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What does this road marking mean?

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What does this sign mean?

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Your horn isn't working. Should you:

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What does this traffic signal mean?

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As you approach a roundabout, you have a large truck in the lane to your right. What should you do?

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What does a flashing red light on a traffic light mean?

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How often should you undertake a basic pretrip inspection of your motorcycle?

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What does this sign mean?

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If you’re making a right turn from a single lane at an intersection, where should you position yourself in your lane?

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When should you check your tire pressure?

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What does this sign mean?

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You are passing an elementary school when a ball rolls into the road half a block ahead. What's your best course of action?

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What does this lane marking mean?

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Somebody is passing you in a way you consider dangerous. Should you:

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What does this sign mean?

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What does this traffic light mean?

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What does this sign mean?

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What does this sign mean?

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When parking your motorcycle by a curb, what’s the best position to leave it in?

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On a three lane highway, what is usually your safest choice of lane?

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When you are switching lanes, who holds the right of way?

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Which is the only one of these places where it is legal to make a U turn?

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You reach a traffic circle at the same time as another vehicle. Who should yield?

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When is it permissible to move into a bus or high-occupancy vehicle lane?

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What does this sign mean?

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When changing lanes, what should you do to monitor vehicles behind you?

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How far ahead should you monitor the road?

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There are specific rules that apply to motorcycles. For example, all motorcyclists are required to wear helmets while riding. Additionally, motorcycles cannot ride in HOV lanes without a passenger. Motorcyclists are also subject to lane-splitting regulations, which allow them to ride between lanes of traffic under certain circumstances. However, it is important to note that lane splitting is not legal everywhere in British Columbia, and riders should always exercise caution when doing so. Finally, motorcyclists should be aware of and abide by speed limits, as speeding is a common cause of motorcycle accidents. Overall, all motorcyclists in British Columbia must be mindful of traffic rules and regulations to ensure their safety 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.