In Saskatchewan, motorcycles are required to follow the same traffic rules as any other vehicle on the road.


Saskatchewan Motorcycle Test 02

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When riding in the city, how far should you be looking ahead for hazards?

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When you start off on a hill, initially your motorcycle should be held with...?

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Taking a turn, you should reduce speed...?

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In normal braking, you should use...?

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When you are riding, you should search aggressively for hazards...?

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If the engine is straining (over revving), that is a sign that you should...?

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Why is it important to use your mirrors when slowing down?

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Your mirrors should be adjusted...?

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Your horn exists to help you...?

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When sitting on your motorcycle holding the handlebars, your arms should be...?

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You should check your mirrors...?

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To lean your motorcycle right to go around a right-hand bend, you should...?

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If you don't keep your engine oil topped up, engine seizure could lead to...?

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To avoid using too much throttle when you start off, you should have your wrists...?

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Which of these should be identified and planned for as a hazard as you ride?

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What is the longest you should focus on any one place when riding?

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Your mirrors should be adjusted to show...?

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When you ride through a turn, you should be looking...?

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Which of these colors should not be used for motorcycle clothing?

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When you are shifting down and have the clutch pulled in, to avoid a lurch when the clutch is released, you must...?

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What makes pedestrians and animals a particular hazard?

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When riding on the highway, you should be scanning for hazards...?

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You should hold the gas tank firmly with your knees for...?

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Which of these is not an option when deciding how to deal with a hazard?

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Convex mirrors used on many motorcycles make objects seem...?

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How much more likely is your motorcycle to be seen if you have the headlight on when riding during the day?

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In which of these circumstances do you not need to use your turn signals?

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Where on most motorcycles will you find neutral?

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You should let your foot drag...?

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The last thing you should do before changing lanes is to...?

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Some rules specifically apply to motorcyclists. For instance, riders must wear helmets that comply with safety standards, and their bikes must have at least one headlight and taillight. Additionally, lane splitting is illegal in Saskatchewan, and motorcyclists must always ride on the right side of the lane. It’s worth noting that Saskatchewan has a graduated licensing system for motorcycles, which means that new riders must complete various stages of training and testing before they are granted a full license. By following these rules and taking the necessary precautions, motorcyclists can enjoy the freedom of the road while staying safe and responsible.

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

In Saskatchewan, you must have an Endorsement M on Class 1- 5 driver’s licences to drive a motorcycle on streets and highways. A 6 Endorsement permits you to drive as a learner. A Motorcycle Graduated Driver Licensing (MGDL) program for all new riders permits you to drive on public roads under certain restrictions.