In PEI, Canada, motorcycles must follow the same traffic rules as other vehicles on the road. However, there are some specific rules that apply to motorcycles.


PEI Motorcycle Test 01

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Your horn must be loud enough to be heard from how far away?

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Your front turn signal lights must be which color?

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Which of these can ride in Prince Edward Island without a helmet?

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How often should you check your tire pressure?

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The disadvantage of a small motorcycle is that it may...?

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When you are riding, you should keep your feet...?

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When should you adjust your mirrors?

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To keep balance in turns, your knees should be...?

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Worn, frayed, kinked or broken strands on cables should be...?

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What is the maximum number of headlights that can be on when your motorcycle is being driven?

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You should be able to find and use all your switches and controls...?

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Your left side rearview mirror must allow you to see the highway for at least how far behind you?

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The best material for motorcycle clothing that gives effective protection is...?

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A properly adjusted mirror can still show...?

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What is the minimum allowable size for a left side rearview mirror?

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How many brakes is it compulsory for a motorcycle to have?

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When the throttle is released, the engine should...?

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How often does your motorcycle have to be inspected?

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If a motorcycle is the right size for you, you should be able to do which of these things?

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When should your headlight come on on a modern motorcycle?

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Which of these is not acceptable for riding a motorcycle?

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Under what circumstances is it acceptable to use alcohol when riding?

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Your rearview mirrors should allow you to see...?

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If you drop your helmet, you should...?

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If you have had an oil leak from your engine, it could result in...?

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Handlebars on a motorcycle must not reach further than how far vertically from the point where they are attached to the frame?

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Which of these institutions' approval does not make a helmet legitimate for riding in Prince Edward Island?

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When seated, body on the seat, you should be able to reach the handlebar grips with your arms...?

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To avoid using too much throttle, you should have your right wrist...?

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Motorcycle mirrors can make objects look...?

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Riders are required to wear a Department of Transportation-approved helmet at all times while riding. Additionally, riders must have a valid Class 6 motorcycle driver’s license and must adhere to the speed limits on the roads they are traveling on. They must also use signals when turning or changing lanes, as well as ensure that their bike is equipped with functioning brake lights, headlights, and turn signals. Moreover, motorcycle riders should always be vigilant and keep a safe distance from other vehicles, as motorcycles are often more challenging to see on the road. By following these rules, riders can ensure their safety while enjoying PEI’s scenic beauty.

This online practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the PEI Motorcycle license written knowledge test required before getting your Motorcycle licence. This free practice written driving test is a lesson that is essential for getting your Motorcycle Class 6 licence at your local licensing office.

Motorcycles and mopeds and their drivers are part of the Highway Traffic Act of Prince Edward Island. It would be best to be licensed to drive a motorcycle or moped on a public street or highway.

This PEI Motorcycle Practice Test will provide the information, knowledge, and skills you need to be a safe and knowledgeable rider. In PEI, you must have a Class 6 licence to drive a motorcycle on streets and highways.