MANITOBA MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 02

In Manitoba, Canada, motorcycle riders must adhere to specific traffic rules to ensure their safety on the roads. Firstly, riders must always wear a helmet that meets the Canadian Safety Standards.

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Manitoba Motorcycle Test 02

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Which of these will reduce the amount of control you have during a turn?

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Which of these do you not need to adjust when carrying a passenger?

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On a multilane roadway, you should take up a position where?

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A passenger should hold onto...?

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To make sure you don't use too much throttle when riding slowly, you should...?

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When you're making a turn, you should be looking...?

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When a vehicle in front passes a landmark, you should not reach that landmark, if riding in good conditions, for...?

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A motorcycle should be leaned over in order to take a corner at speeds greater than...?

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How often should you check the security of a load on your motorcycle?

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Why should you not rely on your mirrors to give you complete information about what is behind you?

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You should be particularly wary of buildups of oil...?

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When downshifting, you should pull in the clutch and do what with the engine speed?

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You are shifting from one tyre track to another but not leaving your lane. What sort of check do you need to make?

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When tying cargo to your motorcycle, it's important that it is...?

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When coming to a stop, you should switch into neutral...?

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When you are turning at slow speed, you should keep your right foot...?

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Always remember when braking that other vehicles...?

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When approaching the crest of a hill or taking a corner, where should you position yourself?

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Making a right turn from the right lane, what position should you be riding in?

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When you are braking in a line of traffic, how should you warn other road users of what you're about to do?

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You're turning left at an intersection. Imagining there is a cross directly in the centre of the intersection, where should your path of travel be?

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A controlled stop requires you to use...?

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In normal riding circumstances, you should try to stay...?

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What will downshifting do to the stopping force of your motorcycle?

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Why should you not ride with your brake partially applied?

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To counter steer and lean your motorcycle to the right, you should...?

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When carrying a passenger, you should tell them they can only put their feet down...?

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To help your motorcycle return to an upright position as you leave a turn, you should...?

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You should choose a road position where a car driver ahead...?

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When starting on a hill, how should you use your brakes?

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It is important to ensure that the motorcycle has working headlights, turn signals, tail lights, and brake lights, as these are crucial for visibility and communication with other motorists. Riders are also required to adhere to speed limits, use hand signals when turning, and keep a safe distance from other vehicles on the road. As a motorcyclist in Manitoba, it is also essential to be aware of changing weather conditions and adjust speed accordingly. By following these important traffic rules, motorcyclists can improve their safety and enjoy their ride.

This online practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Manitoba Motorcycle Class 6 Knowledge Test required before you can get your Class 6 motorcycle licence. This free practice written test is a lesson that is essential for getting your motorcycle licence at your local licensing office.

A Class 6 supplementary knowledge test on the safe operation of a motorcycle is required. Anyone applying for their first motorcycle learner’s license on or after January 1, 2003, must complete an approved motorcycle training course to qualify for a Class 6 Learner (L) Stage licence.