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BC-MC-Rules-03

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Question 1
What is your stopping distance?
A
Reaction distance plus braking distance
B
Perception distance plus reaction distance plus braking distance
C
Perception distance plus reaction distance
D
Perception distance plus braking distance
Question 2
When someone angers you by cutting you up, which of these would be your best strategy?
A
Pull over and let your anger subside
B
Speed up and reclaim the position they took from you
C
Sound your horn repeatedly
D
Catch up with them and point out what they did wrong
Question 3
Which of these drinks contains the most alcohol?
A
A standard glass of wine
B
They all contain almost the same
C
A standard measure of Scotch
D
A standard glass of beer
Question 4
When pulling into traffic, what's your most important consideration?
A
All the above are equally important
B
How long it will take you to finish your maneuver
C
How long it will take you to achieve the same speed as the traffic
D
The speed the traffic is flowing
Question 5
Which of these is the only acceptable example of using your horn?
A
To stop a pedestrian crossing so you don't have to brake
B
To warn someone who is drifting into your lane
C
To show your anger at someone who has annoyed you
D
To tell someone to get out of your lane
Question 6
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?
A
Nine seconds
B
Seven seconds
C
Three seconds
D
Five seconds
Question 7
Under what circumstances should you not yield right-of-way to another driver?
A
When you think you can get ahead of them
B
There are no such circumstances
C
When you know you can force them to yield
D
When it's legally your right of way
Question 8
What is the normal speed limit inside a town in British Columbia?
A
40 kmh
B
60 kmh
C
50 kmh
D
30 kmh
Question 9
If a truck ahead of you is making the same right turn you want to make, what should you do?
A
Move up the inside and go round the turn with it
B
Hang right back until the truck has completed its turn
C
Move up the inside to get to the turn before the truck
D
Go round the outside on the left
Question 10
You must yield to a public transport bus which is pulling out if:
A
The road is busy
B
Doing so won't significantly affect your speed
C
You have no opportunity to pull round it
D
The road has a speed limit of 60 kmh or lower
Question 11
What's the best way to alert traffic behind you to the fact that you may have to stop suddenly?
A
Sound your horn
B
Make hand gestures
C
Brake hard several times
D
Tap the rear brake pedal gently
Question 12
How can you make sure you are not riding in a truck's blind spot?
A
Check you are more than a metre out from its side
B
Check whether you can see both its mirrors
C
Flash your lights and see if they react
D
Check you are more a metre behind the cab
Question 13
You are approaching a crosswalk with flashing green lights. There is a pedestrian standing near the control. What should you do?
A
Honk your horn to let him know you're approaching
B
Speed up to make sure you make the green light
C
Slow down and be ready to stop
D
Pull to the center of the road so you can go round him if he steps out
Question 14
Which of these will not help you be more alert?
A
Avoiding heavy meals
B
Drinking coffee or caffeinated drinks
C
Stopping to get exercise
D
Limiting the distance you ride
Question 15
What is the number one cause of distracted driving in British Columbia?
A
Using cellphones
B
Reading maps
C
Listening to radio stations
D
Drinking coffee on the move
Question 16
What should you be particularly aware of when looking out for cyclists?
A
They are more likely to ride aggressively than other road users
B
They are less expert than other road users
C
They break the law more than other road users
D
Because they are narrow they can be lost in your blind spot
Question 17
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?
A
500 m
B
1 km
C
100 m
D
2 km
Question 18
If you need corrective lenses to ride, when is it acceptable not to use them?
A
On very short journeys
B
When rain or mist make it difficult
C
In perfect visibility
D
Never
Question 19
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?
A
Speed up so you won't get in their way
B
Pull over as soon as safe to do so and look for them
C
Hold your course and wait to see what develops
D
Slow down so you can look for them
Question 20
If you're going somewhere you intend or will be tempted to drink, what's your best strategy?
A
Make sure there's somewhere to lock your bike safely if you feel you can't ride it home
B
Make sure you leave your bike at home
C
Make sure you have a quiet route home planned
D
Make sure you only have a small amount of drink
Question 21
When riding in a group, what's the most important consideration?
A
That you don't push harder than the least experienced can manage
B
That you all have bikes of a similar power
C
That you are all of a similar skills standard
D
That you are all wearing matching clothing
Question 22
You are approaching a school bus which has its top lights flashing. When should you stop?
A
If you can see it is parked outside a school
B
If the driver is flagging you down
C
Under all circumstances
D
If you can see there are children getting on
Question 23
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?
A
Three seconds
B
Two seconds
C
Four seconds
D
Five seconds
Question 24
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:
A
Rev your engine to let them know you're there
B
Speed up so they can pass behind you
C
Sound your horn to warn them not to cross
D
Slow to a complete halt
Question 25
What percentage of people killed in motorcycle crashes have alcohol in their blood?
A
10%
B
20%
C
30%
D
50%
Question 26
As you approach the crest of a hill, what lane position should you assume?
A
Left lane position
B
Center lane position
C
Stay in whatever position you approached the hill with
D
Right lane position
Question 27
What is the closest you should stop to a railway line?
A
4 m
B
5 m
C
2 m
D
1 m
Question 28
What's the best way of stopping alcohol from affecting your riding?
A
None of the answers are correct
B
Having something to eat with it
C
Drinking coffee after it
D
Taking a cold shower
Question 29
When stopped behind another vehicle at an intersection, what's the minimum space you should leave between your vehicle and it?
A
3 m
B
2 m
C
1 m
D
4 m
Question 30
If you are taking a right curve at 50 kmh, what should you do to follow the curve?
A
Push left-hand bar forward, lean left
B
Push left-hand bar forward, lean right
C
Push right-hand bar forward, lean right
D
Push right-hand bar forward, lean left
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