NEW BRUNSWICK MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 02

When it comes to traffic rules for motorcycles in New Brunswick, Canada, there are a few important regulations to be aware of.

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New Brunswick Motorcycle Test 02

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The best way to draw attention to yourself when riding during the daytime is...?

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You can lighten your front wheel just before you ride over an object by doing what?

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In which of these circumstances is the highway likely to be most slippery?

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Ideally, when you come to turn, your braking should be done...?

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If you're riding with another motorcyclist, how you should you position yourselves in a single lane?

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On sharp slow turns, your motorcycle should...?

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In an emergency situation, which of these will help you balance and stop you in the shortest distance?

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If you are preparing to turn right from the right-hand lane, you should position yourself...?

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If you're travelling at high speed and your motorcycle starts to shake from side to side (wobble), what should you do?

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When carrying a passenger, stability and control may be particularly affected...?

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You're riding on a road with two lanes going in either direction. You can see three opportunities to get ahead: you can pass in the right-hand lane on the curb side, you can drive through the middle of two lines of traffic or you can move into the oncoming traffic lane. What's your best option?

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You suddenly see a pothole in the road ahead. To swerve around it to the right, you should initially...?

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Railroad tracks ahead of you are crossing the highway at a 45° angle. What's the best thing to do?

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Which of these will not be to blame for 'wobble'?

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Which of these should you avoid when riding across a slippery surface?

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You should tell a passenger to keep their feet on the foot pegs...?

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The faster you go, the more the space between you and the vehicle in front should...?

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A truck in front of you passes a telephone pole. After the back of the vehicle has cleared the pole, you should not arrive there for at least...?

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Which of these is the best lane position?

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If your throttle sticks and you cannot release it, you should use what?

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If you have to ride over an object, how should you grip the handlebars?

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If you have to make a sudden stop, it is best to...?

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Which of these is the only sure way to know if there is a car behind you in the next lane?

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Which part of a lane is particularly likely to be greasy?

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If your front wheel blows out, you should shift your weight...?

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If your rear wheel starts to skid, you should...?

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The best place see and be seen on a two-way two-lane street is where?

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A passenger's hands should always be...?

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Which of these surfaces is particularly slippery in the wet?

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You should instruct a passenger that when the motorcycle leans, they should...?

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Motorcyclists must always wear a helmet that meets specific safety standards. Additionally, riders must have a valid motorcycle license and obey the same traffic laws as car drivers. This includes following posted speed limits, stopping at stop signs and red lights, and using turn signals when changing lanes or making turns. Motorcyclists should also ensure their bikes have the necessary safety features, such as mirrors, lights, and reflectors. By staying alert and adhering to these rules, riders can help keep themselves and others safe on New Brunswick’s roadways.

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.