SASKATCHEWAN MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 03

Motorcycle riders in Saskatchewan, Canada need to follow specific traffic rules to ensure their safety and the safety of other motorists on the road.

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Saskatchewan Motorcycle Test 03

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How can you make your turn intentions obvious?

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Under what circumstances should you share a lane with a car?

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You're approaching a parked car. The biggest danger you should be watching out for is...?

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In poor conditions, what should happen to your following distance?

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If you're going to slow down in the middle of a block where others might not expect it, you should...?

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You're approaching an intersection where there is a car waiting to pull out. Where should you move?

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Your following distance at night should be...?

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The ideal riding position in a lane is...?

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How far away from the curb should you park your motorcycle?

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At blind intersections, how should you approach?

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Wet pavement is particularly dangerous...?

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You should maintain gates as you ride...?

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On slippery surfaces, how should you use your brakes?

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On a blind curve to the left, what lane position should you take for maximum visibility?

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If someone is tailgating you, you should...?

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You should use your high beam headlights at night at all times except when...?

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Riders in the MGDL program are prohibited from riding...?

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You're making a right turn at an intersection and the lane is opening up ahead. Approximately how far from the curb should you be?

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Good riders maintain what size of gap between themselves and the vehicle ahead?

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When riding across slippery surfaces, it's important to be...?

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When is it safe to ride between lanes of traffic?

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What is the most common cause of motorcycle/car collisions?

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Where does oil tend to build up in lanes?

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If you are in the MGDL program you must ride with a blood alcohol concentration not greater than...?

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At what angle should you park your motorcycle relative to the curb?

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You should be particularly cautious about accumulations of sand when riding at what season?

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In which of these positions are you most likely to be in another driver's blind spot?

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The only way to be sure that there is no vehicle in the lane you want to pull into is...?

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A large truck wants to pass you. You should...?

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When riding on a multilane highway, you should try to avoid...?

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Firstly, riders are required to wear helmets that meet the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) standards. Additionally, motorcycles must be equipped with safety equipment such as turn signals, brake lights, and mirrors. Saskatchewan law also requires riders to wear protective clothing such as gloves and boots. When riding, it is important to stay alert and attentive, maintain proper speed, and use appropriate hand signals when turning or changing lanes. It is also crucial to follow all traffic signals, signs, and road rules. By following these guidelines, motorcycle riders can stay safe and enjoy the beautiful Saskatchewan scenery on their rides.

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.