MANITOBA MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 04
Motorcyclists in Manitoba, Canada must follow the same traffic rules as all other drivers on the road, with some additional regulations specific to motorcycles.
All riders must wear a helmet that meets Canadian safety standards. Manitoba law also requires motorcyclists to display a front and rear license plate, obey all posted speed limits and traffic signs, and signal their intentions when turning or changing lanes. Additionally, lane splitting – the practice of riding between rows of stopped or slowed traffic – is illegal in Manitoba. Riders should also be mindful of their visibility to other drivers, taking extra precautions to ensure they are seen on the road. To obtain a motorcycle license in Manitoba, individuals must take written and practical exams, demonstrating knowledge of motorcycle safety and proper riding technique. Following these rules and safety measures, motorcyclists can help ensure safe and enjoyable riding experiences in Manitoba.
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.