ONTARIO M1 TEST RULES 06
Riders should regularly inspect their motorcycles to ensure they are in good condition for the road. By following these rules and regulations, riders can enjoy a safe and thrilling ride on their motorcycle.
The best way to pass stopped vehicles at an intersection.
A common practice of experienced riders.
The fastest way to get to a destination.
A sign of inexperienced or aggressive drivers.
The weight should be shifted to the front.
The weight should not be shifted.
The weight should be alternated between the front and the back.
The weight should be shifted to the back.
Turn the ignition switch to the ON position, ensure the engine kill switch is in the "OFF" position, change the gear to reverse, apply choke (if needed), pull in the clutch and press the starter button.
Turn the ignition switch to the ON position, ensure the engine kill switch is in the "OFF" position, change the gear to neutral, apply choke (if needed), pull in the clutch and press the starter button.
None of these are the proper order.
Turn the ignition switch to the ON position, ensure the engine kill switch is not in the "OFF" position, change the gear to neutral, apply choke (if needed), pull in the clutch and press the starter button.
The vehicle approaching from the right should proceed first, after coming to a complete stop.
The vehicle approaching from the left should proceed first, after coming to a complete stop.
Both vehicles may continue driving without needing to stop.
The fastest-moving vehicle should proceed first.
Starting the motorcycle.
Embarking on a long trip.
Halted at an intersection.
Planning to change lanes, make a turn, stop or slow down.
Another vehicle entering the intersection from a side street into the way of the motorcyclist or another vehicle turning left into the motorcyclist’s way.
Motorcyclists neglecting to keep headlights on at all hours.
Motorcyclists neglecting to use the back brakes.
Other vehicles driving through the intersection on the green light.
The centre tire track.
Motorcyclists should not drive in the curb lane at any time.
The right tire track.
The left tire track.
By turning on headlights and taillights and by wearing brightly-coloured clothing and helmets.
By keeping the four-way flashers turned on at all times.
By wearing protective gear.
By wearing dark-coloured clothing.
Carefully drive around it.
None of these actions should be taken.
Get off the moving motorcycle.
Drive into the animal in order to avoid skidding.
The seller’s driving license.
The vehicle permit and license plates.
The seller's pink insurance liability slip.
A Used Vehicle Information package.
Protect the motorcyclist from mosquito bites.
Minimize and prevent injury caused by the impact of debris, wind and rain or a collision.
Protect passengers from insects.
Prevent sunburns on bright summer days.
The helmet should be kept on so it does not have to be put on again.
The helmet should be hung on the handlebars.
The helmet should be placed on the ground near the motorcycle.
The helmet should be fastened to the back of the motorcycle.
Continue driving; the motorcycle will outrun the dog after a short time.
Stop the motorcycle, honk the horn and yell loudly to scare the dog away.
Avoid kicking the dog; maintain control and balance.
Get the dog out of the way by nudging it gently with a foot or the motorcycle, then focus on driving.
Slowing down in this way may result in the motorcycle being rear-ended.
The brake lights will not turn on, making it dangerous to slow down because other drivers may not know the motorcycle is slowing.
Downshifting in this way will strip the gears on the motorcycle.
The motorcycle will accelerate before stopping.
Is the best way to control the motorcycle's speed on the curve.
Is never an appropriate option.
Should only be done if it can be done smoothly.
Is better than shifting before the curve.
Not attempt to downshift when stopping.
Not put on the headlights during daylight hours.
Never change lanes on the freeway.
Avoid applying the brakes when making a turn.
The rider may lose control, causing the motorcycle to slide off the road and crash.
The rider may panic, brake too hard cause the wheels to lock. This will cause the motorcycle to slide, and result in a crash.
The driver’s body will lean much more than necessary.
None of these is correct.
Angle the motorcycle towards the right.
Move body weight as far back as possible.
Maintain as upright and vertical a position as possible.
Angle the motorcycle towards the left.
All answers are correct.
The right lane when approaching an exit ramp. Other vehicles may not see the motorcycle and might cut off the motorcyclist as they exit.
The right lane when approaching an entrance ramp; this ensures the motorcyclist avoids the traffic that will be merging onto the highway.
Lanes that are difficult to merge into. Motorcycles have a smaller profile, and are difficult for other drivers to see, even when the motorcycle's turn signal is on.
None of these answers is correct.
None of the lanes should be avoided, provided the motorcyclist is driving carefully.
The centre lane.
The left (passing) lane.
The centre tire track.
The right tire track.
Motorcyclists should not drive in the passing lane.
The left tire track.
Drivers may proceed after coming to a complete stop.
Drivers may turn to the right if the way is clear.
Drivers may proceed straight through if the way is clear.
Drivers may turn to the left if the way is clear.
Driving beside a large vehicle.
Passing a vehicle that is turning left.
Passing a vehicle that is turning right.
There is a traffic jam.
The rims, wheels, shock absorbers, brakes, chain, stereo and all other hardware should be checked weekly.
The rims, wheels, shock absorbers, brakes, chain, tire tread and all other hardware should be checked weekly.
Tire tread, shock absorbers, paint, stereo, seat cover and all other software should be checked weekly.
Tire tread, shock absorbers, brakes, stereo, seat cover and all other hardware should be checked weekly.
Pass only when no traffic is in sight.
Passing is not permitted because it is unsafe to do so.
Overtake and pass with caution.
Passing is permitted whenever the driver chooses to do so.
Is never recommended.
Is recommended at all times.
Must be used when travelling on a road with many curves.
Should not be used on curves, when turning, and when entering or exiting a highway.
After the motorcycle has started, instruct the passenger to get on, sit as close to the driver as possible, and hold the driver's waist firmly.
After the motorcycle has started, instruct the passenger to get on, sit towards the rear of the motorcycle, and hold the driver's shoulders firmly.
After the motorcycle has started, instruct the passenger to get on, sit towards the rear of the motorcycle, and hold the handlebars firmly.
After the motorcycle has started, instruct the passenger to get on, sit as close to the driver as possible, and hold the handlebars firmly.
They should be switched on only during the day.
They should be switched on only at night.
They should be on at all times, even during daylight hours.
They only need to be on between sunset and sunrise.
Drive near the side of the road, as close to the edge of the road as possible.
Adjust lane position to ensure that as much as possible of the road ahead is visible.
Drive in the centre of the road.
Turn on the four-way flashers so the motorcycle will be visible to other drivers.
Be certain to pull off the road at a spot away from moving traffic in order to avoid accidents.
Ensure that the surface at the side of the road is hard and suitable to drive on.
Signal, perform a mirror and shoulder check before pulling off.
All the steps listed should be followed.
Motorcycle Knowledge Test Practice
If you want to make sure you get it right, here are some simple things you can do to ace the written portion:
Use your knowledge – Learning is solidified as you put into practice what you have studied. You can accomplish this by discussing what you have learned with friends or loved ones. Take notice of signs and traffic scenarios while you are a passenger and talk about them with an adult. Check with the adult to make sure you are correct in what you say.
You also need to obtain and study this guide entitled: The Official MTO Motorcycle Handbook. This handbook provides guidelines for drivers of motorcycles, three-wheeled motorcycles, limited-speed motorcycles (LSMs), and motor-assisted bicycles (mopeds).
This online motorcycle knowledge test practice, 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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