In PEI, Canada, motorcycles are considered a vehicle just like any other automobile. Therefore, they must follow the same traffic rules as cars and trucks on the road.


PEI Motorcycle Test 02

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What percentage of the stopping power of your motorcycle is provided by the front brake?

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You should choose a lane position where a driver ahead of you can see you if s/he...?

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As you go through a corner, where should you be looking?

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If you want to turn left at speeds of more than 20kmh, what should you do?

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The first thing to do when downshifting is to...?

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Someone has been tailgating you and now they want to pass. You should...?

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The only way to make sure you have seen every danger behind you is...?

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Going through a turn, how should you handle the throttle?

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What is often recommended as being the best lane position to adopt for motorcyclists?

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Which of these is the best color for visibility in motorcycle clothing?

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What may happen if you are going too fast when you switch to a lower gear?

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If you have to brake in a turn, what should you try and do first?

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You find yourself riding alongside a large truck. Which of these is not a sensible safety maneuver?

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If the vehicle behind you is following you too closely, what should you do to your following distance to the vehicle in front?

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The majority of collisions involving motorcycles occur...?

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How much space should you leave between your motorcycle and a vehicle travelling ahead of you?

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Most motorcycle skids are caused by what?

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Passengers should get on a motorcycle at what point?

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It is safe to share a lane with other drivers...?

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You are approaching an intersection where you have right of way. You should...?

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As your motorcycle leans in a turn, you should...?

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Apart from using the brakes, what else can help you slow down?

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When you park your motorcycle, you should leave it in which gear?

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You are upright and moving a straight line when your rear wheel locks under emergency braking. What should you do?

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When starting on a hill, you should initially hold the motorcycle with...?

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Posted speed limits indicate...?

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You are approaching an intersection with a car waiting to join from your left. The driver looks directly at you. You should assume...?

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When you are stopped, which gear should you keep your motorcycle in?

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Ideally, when approaching a turn you should shift gears...?

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Which of these is the only sure way to protect your eyes when motorcycling?

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Motorcycles must travel on the right side of the road and obey all the speed limits and road signs. Additionally, all riders must wear a certified helmet that meets the safety standards set by the province. In PEI, it is mandatory to use headlights during the daytime because they increase the visibility of motorcycles on the road, reducing the risks of accidents. Riders must also maintain a safe distance from other vehicles and avoid lane splitting. Impaired driving laws also apply to motorcycle riders, and the consequences for breaking these laws are the same for all drivers on the road. With these regulations in place, motorcycle riders can enjoy safer and more enjoyable rides on the beautiful roads of PEI.

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. You must 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.