MANITOBA MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 03

Motorcyclists in Manitoba, Canada are subject to the same traffic rules as other road users. However, there are certain rules and regulations that are specific to them. For instance, they are required to wear approved helmets that meet the safety standards set by the province.

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Manitoba Motorcycle Test 03

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Wet pavement is particularly slippery...?

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When parking near a curb, you should leave your motorcycle...?

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Which of these riders is the best person to lead a group?

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When you come across an obstacle on the road, you should attempt to...?

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If you must cross a slippery surface, you should...?

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Before crossing an intersection, you should check the area...?

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You should never exceed a speed at night which will prevent you doing what?

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When riding conditions deteriorate, your following distance should...?

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Under what circumstances is it acceptable to ride between two lanes of traffic?

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If you develop a wobble when riding at speed, you should...?

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The majority of collisions involving motorcycles occur...?

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You hit a patch of fog on the road. You should...?

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When a rear tire blows, as you slow down carefully you should...?

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When approaching loose material on the roadway, you should move your weight...?

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When passing a parked car, you should allow no less than...?

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If you are riding at night and you begin to feel tired, you should...?

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You need to get to work but the roads are covered in snow. What should you do?

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If you are forced to cross a pothole, you can reduce the shock by doing what?

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A speed wobble can be caused by all of these except...?

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In a group of riders, the minimum distance between #1 and #4 should be what?

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What is the largest acceptable size for a group riding together?

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When a vehicle is overtaking you, you should...?

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If you have to ride over a bump in the road, you can lighten the front wheel by doing what?

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If you have to ride over an obstacle, the best angle to approach it at is...?

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A large truck is coming towards you from the opposite direction. What should you do to avoid air turbulence?

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A car is about to enter an intersection from your right. You should...?

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When you approach an intersection, you should be ready to use...?

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You are riding over a rain grating and your motorcycle starts to wander back and forth. What should you do about this?

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If you have a Class 6 Learner permit, you must not ride at which of these times?

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It is safe to cross railway tracks at angles of up to...?

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Motorcyclists are not allowed to carry passengers unless their motorcycle is equipped with a passenger seat and footrests. When riding on Manitoba roads, motorcyclists are urged to obey posted speed limits and be particularly mindful of their surroundings. They should always signal their turns or lane changes and maintain a safe distance from other vehicles. Furthermore, Manitoba’s Highway Traffic Act requires that motorcycles be equipped with working brakes, lights, and a horn, and their mufflers must not exceed the province’s noise restrictions. Ultimately, following these traffic rules helps ensure the safety of all road users, including motorcyclists.

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.