In Prince Edward Island, Canada, motorcycles are subject to the same traffic rules as any other vehicle.


PEI Motorcycle Test 03

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When riding at night, you should always be able to brake...?

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If your front wheel locks, what should you do?

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When riding, it is most important to be aware of what is happening...?

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You can lighten your front wheel just before you ride over an object in the road by doing what?

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Under what circumstances is it acceptable to ride side-by-side with another motorcycle?

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The best way to make sure hazards do not become accidents is...?

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The key to riding safely across slippery surfaces such as painted lane markings or ice is to ride...?

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The pace of a group ride should be set by...?

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If your eye protection is struck by a flying object like an insect or messy debris from cars, you should...?

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If you are riding and you start to feel sleepy, you should...?

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If you are approaching railroad tracks that cross your path at an angle, the best thing to do is...?

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When do the rules of the road for car drivers not apply to motorcyclists?

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In a group riding situation, what should your following distance be to the rider directly in front of you?

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A passenger should be wearing, as a minimum...?

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You are riding on a clear road at night. Your speed should be...?

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Where are you most likely to find deposits of oil and grease from other vehicles?

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If you start to experience wobble at high speed, you should avoid...?

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What is the first thing you should operate if you are dealing with a stuck throttle?

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You should tell a passenger they should never mount or dismount...?

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In really poor weather conditions, your best option is...?

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Under what circumstances is it legal to exceed the speed limit when making a pass?

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Carrying a passenger will affect...?

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At which of these places should you never make a pass?

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Without affecting your position, a passenger should sit...?

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Who is legally responsible for the safety of a motorcycle passenger?

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You and 8 friends are going for a group ride. How many groups should you make?

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If you cross a metal grating and your motorcycle starts to weave slightly, what should you do?

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If the rear of your motorcycle starts swaying side to side, you should suspect...?

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When carrying a passenger, your following distance should be...?

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Inexperienced riders in a group should be positioned where?

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Motorcyclists must wear helmets and are prohibited from lane splitting or riding on sidewalks. Furthermore, they must obey all the speed limits, stop at stop signs and red lights, signal when turning, and yield to pedestrians. In addition to the regular rules, there are some specific regulations for motorcycles, including a prohibition on carrying passengers if the motorcycle doesn’t have a passenger seat or footrests, ensuring that handlebars are no higher than the rider’s shoulder level, and wearing appropriate reflective clothing at night. All motorcyclists must familiarize themselves with the local traffic rules and regulations to ensure their safety while riding on the roadways.

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 needed to be a safe and knowledgeable rider. In PEI, you must have a Class 6 licence to drive a motorcycle on streets and highways.