ONTARIO M1 TEST RULES 04
Motorcycle riding is an exhilarating experience, but also comes with its own set of rules and regulations. It is crucial for all motorcycle riders to familiarize themselves with the traffic laws in their state or province. In Ontario, for example, all riders must wear a helmet that is approved by the Ministry of Transportation.
Motorcyclists should drive at an angle of 45 degrees minimum to parallel tracks running in their direction.
All answers are correct.
Motorcyclists should drive slowly, be careful, keep an eye on the surroundings, and note the signals, lights, gates and flag-persons (if present).
Motorcyclists should be alert on approach to railway crossings since specific vehicles are required to stop as part of company policy.
Wobbling can be caused by loose spokes.
All answers are correct.
Wobbling can be caused by loose wheel bearings.
Wobbling can be caused by worn out steering parts.
At a distance of 50 meters.
At least 15 metres away.
At least 5 metres away.
At least 1 metre away.
Pull over and add windshield wiper fluid.
Pull over and fill the gas tank.
Pull over and wait till the engine cools down before adding gasline antifreeze to it.
Pull over and wait till the engine cools down before adding oil to it.
Will result in the motorcycle reacting more slowly than usual.
Will help the motorcyclist to maintain better control and balance.
Will result in the motorcycle responding more quickly than usual.
Will not have any affect at all on the motorcycle.
There is no need to use mirrors when driving in heavy traffic.
See the lane that is behind them very clearly.
See as much as possible of the adjacent lane and a substantial part of the lane behind them.
See the lane next to them very clearly.
Honk the horn, then proceed with caution.
Use the appropriate hand signal, then take the right-of-way.
Signal and accelerate, then merge smoothly with highway traffic.
Signal and drive slowly in order to avoid an accident.
Shifting gears while turning is safe as long as the motorcycle is moving slowly.
Shifting gears while turning may cause an increase in speed, which leads to loss of traction in the rear wheel, which can result in dangerous skidding.
Shifting gears while turning is safe as long as the motorcycle is moving quickly.
Shifting gears while turning can cause the rear wheel to lock if the downshifting is jerky; this can result in a serious accident.
The motorcyclist should pull the bike off to the side of the road and stand beside it with the engine running.
The motorcyclist should pull the bike off to the side of the road and switch on the high beam.
The motorcyclist should pull the bike off to the side of the road and ensure that the tail light is on.
The motorcyclist should pull the bike off to the side of the road, and place his or her helmet on the ground, near the back of the parked motorcycle.
Signal, check left mirror, and do a shoulder check to make sure that all is clear and it is safe to change lanes.
Use the right mirrors to carefully check the left lane before changing to it.
Use the left mirrors to carefully check the left lane before changing to it.
Reduce speed, shift gears, then brake while changing lanes, to ensure that the vehicle in front is not hit.
It refers to a group of motorcyclists driving in a line one behind another so that there is less risk to other drivers on the road or to the motorcyclists themselves.
It refers to a group of motorcyclists driving in different lanes of the road to maintain a lot of distance between the motorcycles so that there is less risk to other drivers on the road or to the motorcyclists themselves.
It refers to a group of motorcyclists driving slightly behind and in the opposite tire track to one another so that there is less risk to other drivers on the road or to the motorcyclists themselves.
It refers to a group of motorcyclists driving at large distances from one another in order to increase the following distance between vehicles so that there is less risk to other drivers on the road or to the motorcyclists themselves.
Shift to the right side as much as possible.
Shift to the left side as much as possible.
Shift to the back as much as possible.
Shift to the front as much as possible.
The ability to react properly, when prepared in advance to do so.
The ability to always drive at a lesser speed than other drivers on the road.
The ability to drive faster and at a greater speed than others on the road.
The ability to always be ready for the errors of the other drivers.
Move slowly into the intersection, and wait until the traffic ahead moves on before proceeding through the intersection.
Stop before entering the intersection, waiting until traffic ahead moves on and the way is clear.
Keep as close as possible to the car ahead to prevent other vehicles from entering the same lane.
Honk the horn to warn cars ahead to move on.
Every 1-2 seconds.
Every 2-4 seconds.
Every 15-20 seconds.
Every 5-10 seconds.
The motorcyclist should slow down, move onto the shoulder, turn the motorcycle around, drive back carefully along the shoulder and take the missed exit.
The motorcyclist should maintain freeway speed, continue driving, and take the next exit.
The motorcyclist should perform a u-turn on the freeway, carefully drive back, and take the missed exit.
The motorcyclist should slow down, move onto the shoulder, back up and take the exit ramp that was missed.
The moment the motorcyclist reaches the acceleration lane and becomes visible to the other traffic on the freeway.
Motorcyclists are not required to use a turn signal when entering a freeway.
When the motorcyclist reaches the exit ramp, from where the turn signal is visible to the other traffic on the freeway.
When the motorcyclist reaches the entrance ramp and the freeway traffic is able to see the turn signal.
The motorcyclist should apply the brakes as hard and as quickly as possible, then pull over and stop.
The motorcyclist should apply the clutch in order to disengage the engine from the rear wheel.
The motorcyclist should downshift in order to slow the motorcycle down.
The motorcyclist should turn on the four-way flashers.
A motorcyclist with an M1 license may carry a passenger if the motorcycle is properly equipped with a passenger seat.
A motorcyclist with an M1 license may carry a passenger if the passenger wears a helmet.
A motorcyclist with an M1 license may carry a passenger only if the passenger has an M2 or full M license.
A motorcyclist with an M1 license is not permitted to carry a passenger under any circumstances.
Cargo should be kept high to prevent a change in gravity and to avoid any interference with the motorcycle’s balance.
It doesn’t matter where cargo is placed, as long as the motorcyclist checks on it regularly.
None of these statements is correct.
Cargo should be kept low to prevent a change in gravity and to avoid any interference with the motorcycle’s balance.
A valid motorcycle license, a trailer permit and a registered trailer.
A valid motorcycle license and a trailer permit.
A valid motorcycle license, a registered trailer, trailer plates and a trailer permit.
A valid motorcycle license.
None of these statements is correct.
The motorcyclist should ease off the throttle, apply the clutch, wait for the bike to slow down and jump off when it is safe to do so.
The motorcyclist should put more force on the throttle to increase speed, apply the clutch and use the kill switch to turn the engine off.
The motorcyclist should ease off the throttle, apply the clutch, and use the kill switch to turn the engine off once the bike has slowed down.
Black ice is a frozen mixture of mud and snow covering the asphalt.
Black ice is a mixture of snow and ice covering the asphalt.
Black ice is a thin layer of ice covering the asphalt.
Black ice is the term given to recently-paved asphalt that is still wet.
It results in a balanced and even driving experience.
It creates a sense of loss of control over the motorcycle.
It results in an airlifting experience.
All answers are correct.
Speed up by applying the throttle.
Employ the front brakes only.
Apply threshold braking.
Employ the rear brakes only.
Get off the road as soon as it is safe to do so.
Stop and pull off the road at once.
Speed up to avoid other flying objects.
Maintain a firm grip on the handlebars and continue to look up and ahead while still on the road.
Both the second and the third statement are correct.
In driving too close to other vehicles, motorcyclists put themselves at risk of collisions and accidents, so lane sharing should be avoided.
Lane sharing is useful: two vehicles are more visible than one, so it is safer for motorcyclists to share lanes.
By driving close to other vehicles, motorcyclists can remain in the company of the rest of the traffic, which is safer, so lane sharing is actually a good thing.
The motorcyclists should drive next to each other, but in separate lanes.
The motorcyclists should drive next to each other.
The motorcyclists should adopt a staggered formation.
The motorcyclists should drive one behind the other in a line.
The motorcyclist should only use the rear brakes.
The motorcyclist should only use the front brakes.
The motorcyclist should use both the front brakes and the rear brakes simultaneously.
The motorcyclist should quickly speed up to avoid other vehicles on the road, then pull over to the side of the road before stopping.
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