In British Columbia, motorcycle riders must follow the same traffic rules as other motor vehicles on the road.


BC Motorcycle Test 04

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Why shouldn't you use your high beam headlight in fog or heavy rain?

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As well as impeding your vision, what else can fog do?

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What is the best way to prepare for your Motorcycle Skills Test?

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If you refuse to give a breath or blood sample when asked, how will you be treated?

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Which of the three basic collision avoidance strategies should be your last choice?

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What should you do if one of your tires starts to whine or shudder under braking?

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Which of these is it not compulsory for your motorcycle to have for you to be permitted to use it for your skills test?

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It's so foggy you decide to pull off the road. What is the most important thing for you to do?

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Which of these is the only thing ABS brakes will help you with?

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While you are learning to ride, when must you have a qualified supervisor riding with you?

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You must dim your high beam before you get how close to another vehicle?

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In the event of an engine failure, what should be your very first action?

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What's the minimum you should give your motorcycle after a winter's storage?

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How much riding experience do experts suggest you should have under your belt before attempting to carry a passenger on your bike?

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When you have a flat tire, what is the safest way to come to a stop?

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Which of these is the only restriction which does not apply to riders with a Class 8L learner's license?

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You suddenly find you're riding over rough gravel. What's your best strategy?

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What should your stopping distance be at night?

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Which of these is not one of the three basic emergency collision avoidance techniques?

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At what times of day should you be particularly vigilant for animals crossing the road?

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What should you do to avoid being dazzled by glare from oncoming vehicle lights?

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If you have a motorcycle license from another province, state or country how long can you use it in British Colombia before you must apply for a B.C. license?

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If you are caught with a blood alcohol content in excess of .08, what is the minimum it will cost you financially?

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What will indicate that a motorcycle is a good size for you?

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What is the minimum penalty for being caught for the first time with a blood alcohol content of between .05 and .08?

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What is the minimum penalty for being caught for the first time with a blood alcohol content over .08?

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When carrying heavy cargo, what's the best place for it?

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Which of these areas are most likely to develop black ice first?

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When forced to steer around an unexpected obstacle, which of these should you avoid?

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Which of these is the only restriction which changes when you gain your Class 8 Novice license?

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Motorcycle riders must always wear DOT-approved helmets and eye protection while riding. One crucial rule specific to motorcycles is lane-splitting, which is not permitted in British Columbia. Motorcycles must stay within their designated lane and may not pass other vehicles within the same lane. It is also important for motorcycle riders to always use their turn signals and extra caution when approaching left-hand turns, as drivers may have difficulty seeing a smaller motorcycle than a larger vehicle. Finally, motorcycle riders must ensure that their motorcycle is maintained correctly, including having sufficient tire tread, working headlights and taillights, and functioning brakes. These steps can help ensure the rider’s and others’ 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.