NEWFOUNDLAND MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 01

In Newfoundland, motorcycle riders are subject to the same traffic rules and regulations as all other vehicles on the road. However, there are certain rules that are specific to motorcycles.

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Newfoundland Motorcycle Test 01

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The best footwear for motorcycling is...?

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When you are at a stop, for example at a junction, you should keep your motorcycle in...?

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To give you the best balance in turns, your knees should be kept...?

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At speeds greater than 25 kph, if you want to make a turn to the left you should do what?

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For correct control, your arms should reach the handlebars when they are...?

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How often should you test your horn before riding?

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If possible, when riding through a turn you should try to avoid...?

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As you ride, the wrist of your throttle hand should be kept...?

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You're riding at 10 kph and need to turn left. Your bike should lean...?

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As you go through a braking maneuver, how should the pressure on your brakes change?

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What is biggest mistake most beginner riders make when turning?

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Which of these is the only one that provides adequate protection for your eyes when motorcycling?

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When you see a speed limit posted on a curve, you should remember it indicates...?

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Which of these is the least desirable color for motorcycle clothing?

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When making a turn, you should aim to get your braking done...?

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When is wet pavement particularly dangerous?

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Not keeping your oil levels topped up can lead to what?

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On a properly adjusted motorcycle, how much play should there be at the centre of the chain?

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If you are forced to brake during a turn, you should attempt to...?

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When making a normal stop, how should you employ your brakes?

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Which of these types of mirror will make it harder for you to judge the distance of objects behind you?

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If you don't wear gloves when motorcycling, you are risking...?

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Which of these materials should you avoid in motorcycle clothing?

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When starting your engine on a hill, you should hold the motorcycle in place by doing what?

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When you release the throttle of your motorcycle, what should it do?

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In what circumstances should you drag your foot along the ground?

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Tire pressure on a motorcycle can change dramatically depending on...?

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Before changing lanes, you must always do what?

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When you buy a helmet, you should always check with the dealer that...?

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If you are going too fast when you downshift, what may happen?

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Riders are required to wear an approved helmet and glasses or a face shield. They must also have a Class 6 motorcycle license or higher to operate a motorcycle. In addition, it is important for riders to always be aware of their surroundings and practice defensive driving techniques. This includes being mindful of blind spots, maintaining a safe following distance, and using turn signals when changing lanes or turning. By following these rules and regulations, motorcycle riders can help ensure their safety on the road while enjoying the freedom and exhilaration that comes with riding a motorcycle.

This online practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Newfoundland 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.

To get a motorcycle licence in Newfoundland, you must be at least 16 (with parental approval). You must pass a motorcycle balance test maneuver, written test, a sign test, a vision test and a road test in traffic.