ONTARIO M1 TEST RULES 03

It’s important to stay alert and aware of your surroundings while riding, especially in heavy traffic or adverse weather conditions. By following these rules, you can help ensure a safer and more enjoyable riding experience.

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Ontario Motorcycle Test 03

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What consideration should be kept in mind while driving a motorcycle in foggy conditions?

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Most motorcycles have a foot pedal. Which brake does this foot pedal control?

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Which of the following tips does not apply to driving in the rain?

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If another vehicle is following too closely, what should a motorcyclist do?

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When a bus enters a road from a bus bay just as a motorcyclist is coming up to the bay, which vehicle has the right-of-way?

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What is the relationship between cold weather and tire pressure?

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Why are motorcyclists advised against driving in the center of a lane?

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When a motorcyclist is turning left from a passing lane into a passing lane, which tire track position should be adopted?

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What tire track or blocking position should a motorcyclist use when turning right in a wide lane?

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What role is played by good traction when a motorcyclist is driving on slippery surfaces?

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Which part of a wet road is usually the most slippery?

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What kind of risk is posed when motorcyclists overdrive their headlights?

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Two vehicles reaching an uncontrolled intersection at approximately the same time must provide right-of-way to:

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It is important to apply the brakes as needed before...?

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What are the effects of alcohol consumption on a motorcyclist?

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Why is it important to always wear protective face gear while riding a motorcycle?

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What is the risk posed to motorcyclists from turbulence caused by large vehicles?

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What does it mean when a motorcyclist holds his left arm parallel to the ground and bent at the elbow to point upward?

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When a motorcyclist turns left from a curb lane into a curb lane, which tire track position should be used?

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When may a motorcyclist pass on a shoulder?

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What is the most dangerous position to be in when driving a motorcycle on the road?

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What is meant by the phrase 'lane splitting'?

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While attempting to shift lanes or make a turn, how should a motorcyclist alert other drivers on the road?

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What is the significance of the lane or blocking position and which is the best position to maintain when driving a motorcycle?

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While applying the brakes forcefully, it is important to...?

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When about to make a turn, how should a motorcyclist prepare a passenger?

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A flashing amber traffic light at an intersection indicates drivers must:

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What does it mean when a motorcyclist holds his left arm parallel to the ground, bent at the elbow so it points down to the ground?

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What is the best way of maximizing your safety on the road when a vehicle front of you is turning left?

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Why should motorcyclists ensure a large cushion of space around the motorcycle?

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This online m1 license test, 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.

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Go Early In The Day – While you don’t necessarily have to go first thing in the morning, it’s a good idea to take your test before you’ve done a bunch of other things. As Driving Peace points out, you want to be fresh when you start your test.
Study, Don’t Cram – Your driver’s test isn’t a surprise, so don’t wait until the last minute to be ready for it. Get the booklet, learn the information in it, and quiz yourself regularly. If you have friends who are taking the test (or who already passed it), ask them to help you. A little bit of studying every day is better than trying to do it all the night before.