In Newfoundland, Canada, there are specific traffic rules that motorcyclists must follow in order to ensure their safety on the road.


Newfoundland Motorcycle Test 02

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In a speed wobble, you should not...?

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When swerving, your traction on the road will...?

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You need to cross a long rut running along parallel to your course. What should you do?

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Once you've obtained a full Newfoundland motorcycle permit, you should take further training...?

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Crossing a railroad track, you should, as far as possible, attempt to cross at...?

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When there is a vehicle ahead of you at night, you should...?

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You should be aware that the contact patch of your tires on the road is approximately equal in size to what?

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You're crossing a very slippery surface. You should avoid doing what?

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Which of these is the only thing you don't need when carrying a passenger?

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Which of these will be noticeably affected by carrying a passenger?

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When you take a corner with a passenger on board, they should...?

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You will usually find the best road conditions in a lane where?

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If a car is coming towards you in your lane, you should...?

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If you are riding at night and start to feel sleepy, you should do what?

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In an emergency stop, you should use...?

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You're approaching two lanes of vehicles stopped at a traffic light. What should you do?

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In an emergency situation with an obstacle ahead, if possible you should try to...?

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When riding on a Class 6 Level I license, you must not have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of more than...?

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Which of these things will not be responsible for a speed wobble?

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When you attain your Newfoundland Class 6 Level I license, you can only ride on the road accompanied by another rider with...?

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What is the minimum age for riding a motorcycle in Newfoundland?

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When riding at night you should be able to brake...?

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You're riding over a metal bridge grating and your motorcycle starts to weave slightly. What should you do?

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If a front tire blows, you should try to move your weight...?

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Most motorcycle accidents result from what?

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When carrying a passenger, they should wear...?

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You should only turn off your high beam headlights at night when...?

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If your throttle sticks, the first thing you should do is...?

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Which of these must you not do in avoiding an obstacle?

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When carrying a passenger, which of these is the only thing you do not need to adjust?

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Wearing a helmet while riding a motorcycle in Newfoundland is mandatory, and failure to do so can result in a fine. Additionally, motorcyclists must always keep their headlights on, even during the daytime. Regarding lane usage, motorcycles can drive in the left or right lanes but not the middle lane. Motorcyclists are also required to follow the same speed limit as other vehicles on the road, and it is important to maintain a safe distance from other vehicles at all times. By following these rules, motorcyclists in Newfoundland can have a safe and enjoyable riding experience.

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.