BC MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 03

British Columbia has specific traffic rules that must be followed by motorcycle riders. To begin with, every rider must have a valid Class 6 BC motorcycle license that authorizes them to operate a motorcycle on the roads.

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BC Motorcycle Test 03

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What's the best way to alert traffic behind you to the fact that you may have to stop suddenly?

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When you are stopped at an intersection, in good conditions, how long will it take you to turn left and get back up to 50 km/h?

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Which of these drinks contains the most alcohol?

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What is the number one cause of distracted driving in British Columbia?

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When riding in a group, what's the most important consideration?

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Which of these is the only acceptable example of using your horn?

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How can you make sure you are not riding in a truck's blind spot?

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What should you be particularly aware of when looking out for cyclists?

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When stopped behind another vehicle at an intersection, what's the minimum space you should leave between your vehicle and it?

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What is the closest you should stop to a railway line?

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If you need corrective lenses to ride, when is it acceptable not to use them?

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You're riding along a busy highway when you hear emergency vehicle sirens. You can't see or hear where they're coming from. What should you do?

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What's the best way of stopping alcohol from affecting your riding?

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When someone angers you by cutting you up, which of these would be your best strategy?

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You must yield to a public transport bus which is pulling out if:

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You see a blind person with a guide dog waiting to cross the road. They raise their white stick to show they want to cross. You are the only traffic on the street. Should you:

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You are approaching a school bus which has its top lights flashing. When should you stop?

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You are approaching a crosswalk with flashing green lights. There is a pedestrian standing near the control. What should you do?

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If deciding whether or not to cross a line an oncoming train, you should consider that on average Canadian trains need what distance to stop?

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If you are taking a right curve at 50 kmh, what should you do to follow the curve?

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What is the normal speed limit inside a town in British Columbia?

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What percentage of people killed in motorcycle crashes have alcohol in their blood?

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Under what circumstances should you not yield right-of-way to another driver?

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As you approach the crest of a hill, what lane position should you assume?

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If a truck ahead of you is making the same right turn you want to make, what should you do?

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You're riding in rainy weather on a highway with a truck in front of you. The truck passes a gas station sign; how long should it be (minimum) before you pass it?

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Which of these will not help you be more alert?

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What is your stopping distance?

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If you're going somewhere you intend or will be tempted to drink, what's your best strategy?

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When pulling into traffic, what's your most important consideration?

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All riders must wear a DOT-approved helmet, which is a legal requirement. Motorcycles must use their headlights during the day to ensure they are visible to other motorists, and they must also signal when changing lanes or making a turn. It’s important to note that lane splitting or filtering is illegal in British Columbia, and riders must adhere to the same speed limits and traffic laws as other motorists. Lastly, it’s crucial to be aware of traffic congestion and road conditions, especially during winter, when poor weather can affect visibility, braking, and overall control. By obeying the traffic rules and regulations in British Columbia, riders can ensure their safety and reduce the risk of accidents 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 that is 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.