Motorcycle riders in New Brunswick, Canada must adhere to a set of traffic rules and regulations while riding on public roads.


New Brunswick Motorcycle Test 01

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On which of these parts of your motorcycle are you permitted to carry passengers?

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In what season do most motorcycle/car collisions take place?

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What percentage of your total braking force is provided by your front brake?

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You should check that your brake light comes on when...?

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Under which of these circumstances do you not have to wear a helmet?

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What's the best material for motorcycle clothing?

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If you have to apply the brakes when going round the turn, you should do so...?

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If you're approaching sand or gravel, you should...?

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Which of these must be illuminated at the rear of your motorcycle?

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With your pre-start routine, in the term FINE-C, what does F stand for?

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Why should you not ride with your brakes partially applied?

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How often should you check the tire pressure on your motorcycle?

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In terms of brakes, your motorcycle must be equipped with...?

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The most important key to safe riding is to ride...?

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Using both brakes is important in a stop because...?

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What is the maximum number of headlights permitted on a motorcycle?

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If someone is following too close behind you, what's a good way to warn them to back off?

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Handlebars must stay within what distance of the point at which they are attached to the frame of the motorcycle?

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When you stop at an intersection, the safest place to stop is...?

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Your rearview mirror must allow you to see the highway behind you for at least how far?

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Where do the majority of motorcycle/car collisions occur?

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In normal stops above 10 kmh you should use...?

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If you start with a low wrist on your right hand, you may not be able to...?

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What happens to the weight distribution on your motorcycle when you brake?

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Under what circumstances should you take your feet of the footrests?

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If you're stopped in traffic with the motorcycle in gear, you should make sure you employ what?

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Your motorcycle horn should be loud enough to be heard how far away?

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As you go through a braking maneuver, if possible you should...?

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When you're stopped in traffic, it's best to have your transmission in...?

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In the majority of fatal collisions between motorcycles and cars, the car driver...?

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In New Brunswick, Helmets are mandatory for all riders and passengers, regardless of age. Speed limits must also be followed, such as lane usage and proper signaling when changing directions or merging. Motorcycles should always have headlights and taillights on, even during the daytime, to increase visibility to other drivers. It is also crucial to abide by the rules concerning alcohol consumption while riding, as drinking and driving can result in severe penalties, including license suspension and fines. Additionally, it is essential to be mindful of the weather and road conditions, as these can significantly impact motorcycle performance and safety. By following these rules and regulations, motorcyclists can ensure their safety on the road and enjoy their ride safely and responsibly.

This online practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the New Brunswick Motorcycle license written 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.

If you hold a driver’s licence you may not drive a motorcycle on the highway except while taking a driver’s examination unless the licence contains an endorsement permitting you to drive a motorcycle. To qualify, you must pass a vision screening, written test, and road test.