NOVA SCOTIA MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 03

When it comes to traffic rules for motorcycles in Nova Scotia, Canada, there are several crucial regulations that riders need to be aware of.

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Nova Scotia Motorcycle Test 03

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The first thing to do if your throttle sticks is to...?

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If you are not confident about keeping up with the flow of traffic on a high-speed highway, what should you do?

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You should tell your passengers that they should lean over...?

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You and 11 friends are going for a ride together. What is the minimum number of groups you should split up into?

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If you lend your motorcycle to another rider, what should you check?

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Immediately you have realized you have a blowout, what should you do?

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To swerve around an object in an emergency, you need to...?

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If your motorcycle does not have daytime running lights, what should you do?

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If you can't close your throttle after rotating it several times, what's your next move?

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If railroad tracks are crossing the highway ahead of you at an angle of 75°, what should you do?

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When you're carrying a passenger, you should operate at...?

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If your rear wheel starts to skid, what action should you take?

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To avoid surprising your passenger, you should let them know...?

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When riding in a group, you should never ride...?

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Which of these is not usually a cause of wobble and weave?

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Which of these motorcycle factors will affect your ability to control your bike adversely?

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What lets you know that you have suffered a front tire flat?

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If the front wheel starts to skid, what should you do?

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When your motorcycle starts to lean when taking evasive action, you should...?

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If you need to swerve around an object to the right, you should...?

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When riding over an object, how should you shift your weight?

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To lighten your front wheel just before it hits an object, you can...?

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When riding in a group, the gap between yourself and the rider directly in front of you should always be no less than...?

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When riding in a group, inexperienced riders should go where?

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If you can't find an obvious cause of a wobble, what should you do?

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You should encourage your passenger, when going through turns, to look...?

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If you are forced for the sake of safety to brake during a blowout, which brake should you use?

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The pace of a group of motorcyclists should be set by...?

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

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What should you do when a wobble starts?

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All motorcyclists require a valid motorcycle license before getting on the road. Additionally, helmet laws are strictly enforced in the province, with all the riders needing to wear a Department of Transportation-approved helmet at all times. Motorcyclists must also follow the same traffic rules as other vehicles on the road, including using turn signals, obeying speed limits, and maintaining a safe following distance. For those who wish to ride in groups, it is essential to remember that only two motorcycles are permitted to ride side by side in the same lane. Suppose you plan on riding during the winter months. In that case, it is worth noting that studded tires are not permitted in Nova Scotia, so ensuring your bike is equipped with appropriate winter tires to navigate the roads safely is crucial. By following these rules and regulations, motorcyclists can enjoy the stunning scenery of Nova Scotia with peace of mind and ensure the safety of themselves and 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.