Motorcyclists in Nova Scotia, Canada are required to follow the same traffic rules and regulations as other drivers on the road.


Nova Scotia Motorcycle Test 02

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In an emergency, which of these should you do first?

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If you have to use your brakes when the front wheel is turned, you should...?

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At 50 kmh, between the time your brakes start to take hold and you are fully stopped, you will travel at least...?

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Ideally, when taking a turn you should do all your braking...?

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What should you check with your fuel before making a trip?

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The best way to make yourself noticed at an intersection is too...?

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If you have a broken or damaged mirror, you must...?

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At which of these times is the highway likely to be most slippery?

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If you have to stop suddenly, you should keep looking...?

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Where should you be particularly wary of buildups or sand and gravel?

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The best way making sure it is safe to change direction in traffic is too...?

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In poor conditions or when increasing speed, your following distance should...?

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The front brake should be applied with...?

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You should tell your passenger to keep their feet on the footrests...?

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As you ride you should make sure that there is a 'buffer zone' ...?

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You are following an ambulance that passes a power pole. You should not reach the same point, after its rear bumper has passed the pole, for at least...?

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What is the choke used for on a motorcycle?

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What percentage of your stopping power does your front brake provide?

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When someone is following you too closely, what should you do?

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What is the best way to check that your engine is in neutral?

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If you want to make a right turn and there is a designated lane for it, your best blocking position is...?

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Under what circumstances should you ride with the brakes permanently partially applied?

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Carrying a passenger will change...?

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What's the best thing to do when faced with slippery conditions such as standing water or ice?

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Apart from your brakes, what else can you use to slow your motorcycle safely?

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On a roadway with more than two lanes, why should you check the next lane over as well as the one you want to move into?

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Where do the majority of collisions between vehicles and motorcycles occur?

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You should use both brakes to stop...?

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48. At 100 kmh, how far will you travel between the time you apply the brakes and the time they begin to take hold?

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If a wheel locks up, what should you do?

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Motorcyclists must follow the same traffic rules and regulations as other drivers on the road. This includes obeying posted speed limits, signaling turns and lane changes, and stopping at red lights and stop signs. Motorcyclists are also required to wear helmets that meet safety standards and are properly fastened while riding. Moreover, Nova Scotia motorcyclists are not allowed to ride between lanes of traffic or on the shoulder of the road. They must always remain in their designated lane and follow the road markings. Motorcyclists are particularly vulnerable on the road, so they need to be visible to other drivers by using their headlights during the daytime and wearing reflective clothing. By following these traffic rules, motorcyclists can help ensure their safety and the safety of others on the road.

This online practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Nova Scotia Motorcycle license written knowledge test required before getting your motorcycle licence. This free practice written test is a lesson that is essential for getting your motorcycle licence at your local licensing office.

Anyone who lives in Nova Scotia and wants to operate a motorcycle on public roads and highways needs either a separate motorcycle driver’s licence or an endorsement on their regular driver’s licence.