As a rider, you should always drive within the speed limit and maintain a safe following distance from other vehicles. Using hand signals to communicate with other drivers is also recommended, as it can prevent accidents.


Ontario Motorcycle Test 02

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When a motorcyclist raises his left arm with the arm bent upward at the elbow, what does it signify?

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What are the risks posed to motorcyclists by large vehicles?

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What should motorcyclists do if they need to make a sudden stop on a wet/slippery surface?

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When a motorcyclist raises his left arm and points towards the left, with the arm parallel to the ground, what does it signify?

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How can motorcyclists enhance visibility when approaching an intersection?

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How much following distance should a motorcyclist maintain from other vehicles on the road?

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What is the best way of obtaining a clear view of everything on the road?

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What factors should motorcyclists keep in mind regarding blind spots?

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What should motorcyclists do when a signal light changes from green to amber as they approach an intersection?

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Motorcyclists driving on an open road or a freeway should...?

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What is the significance of slowing down when driving behind other vehicles after dark?

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Why should lane splitting be avoided?

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Never change lanes without:

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A broken center line on a roadway indicates that drivers may:

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When driving on a wet road, an abrupt change in direction or speed can result in skidding. Hence motorcyclists should always:

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When a vehicle ahead signals to turn left as a motorcyclist nears an intersection, the motorcyclist should:

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If the headlights of the motorcycle do not switch on automatically with the engine, when is it mandatory to switch them on?

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What is the minimum time it takes to obtain a full M license?

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A high-speed wobble can be effectively managed by:

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What is the importance of keeping both feet on the footrests while driving?

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How can use of drugs, consumption of alcohol, or fatigue affect motorcyclists?

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How can motorcyclists communicate with other drivers?

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Before driving a motorcycle, responsible motorcyclists begin by:

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What is meant by the term "push-steering", also known as counter-steering?

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Which way should a motorcyclist position the motorcycle when attempting to move out of a parking spot that is parallel to the side of the road?

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What must be done when changing gears on a motorcycle?

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What should motorcyclists do when a vehicle is approaching to pass?

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How often should a motorcyclist check the mirrors while driving?

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Why are motorcyclists advised not to drive in the center lane(s) of roads that have 3 or more lanes?

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What is the best way to learn to ride a motorcycle?

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M1 Test Ontario

This online M1 Test Ontario, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Ontario M1 Motorcycle driver’s test that is required before you can get your Motorcycle driver’s license. This free practice written knowledge test is a lesson that is essential for getting your Ontario M1 driver’s license at your local licensing office. At least 16 years old, you can apply for a motorcycle licence in Ontario.

Shadow A Licensed Driver – Another way to learn about the rules of the road is by riding with an already licensed driver. This method is particularly great for visual learners. You can ride with a family member, a close friend, or anybody you know that’s responsible and has their license. They will no doubt be familiar with driving laws, and it will be beneficial to you to see the rules you have studied applied in real-time. Make sure that the person you chose to drive with is a safe and mature driver, not somebody who drives recklessly or does not obey safety laws. You will want somebody that practices safe driving to help you do the same and succeed in passing your motorcycle learner’s exam.