QUEBEC MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 04
In Quebec, motorcyclists are required to follow traffic rules just like any other vehicle on the road. Motorcycles are subject to the same speed limits and must obey traffic signals, signs, and lane markings.
Some specific rules apply to motorcycles. For example, lane splitting (riding between lanes of traffic) is illegal in Quebec. Motorcyclists must also use their headlights at all times, even during the day, and are not permitted to carry passengers until they have held their driver’s license for at least two years. Additionally, motorcyclists are required to wear a helmet that meets Canadian safety standards and must ensure that their motorcycle is equipped with functional brakes, mirrors, and turn signals. Failure to follow these rules can result in fines, loss of license, or even imprisonment. Overall, motorcyclists must be aware of and adhere to all traffic rules to ensure their safety and avoid legal consequences.
This online practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Quebec Motorcycle license written knowledge test required before you can get your Class 6R Learner’s Licence. This free practice written driving test is a lesson that is essential for getting your SAAQ Motorcycle Class 6R Learner’s Licence at your local licensing office.
To get this licence, you must first pass the SAAQ‘s knowledge test. You must prepare for the knowledge test independently and seriously. You must pay particular attention to it. To acquire the theoretical knowledge relevant to operating a motorcycle and to prepare for the knowledge test, it is recommended that you study the Operating a Motorcycle guide.