SASKATCHEWAN MOTORCYCLE TEST RULES 04

In Saskatchewan, Canada, motorcycle riders are required to follow the same traffic rules as car drivers.

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Saskatchewan Motorcycle Test 04

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You are taking an experienced motorcyclist for a ride as a passenger. You should...?

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Why shouldn't you fit a 'sissy bar' to your motorcycle?

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When you're planning to drink alcohol, you should...?

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Why shouldn't you fit 'ape hanger' handlebars to your motorcycle?

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When there is ice outside, your best option is to...?

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When riding in a group, you should ride at the pace of...?

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Between 1.30 and 3 AM, what percentage of drivers are legally impaired by alcohol?

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It is safe to cross railroad tracks at angles of up to...?

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The majority of riders who crash in a curve have...?

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When you are carrying a passenger, your motorcycle will take longer...?

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When riding over an object, you should...?

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If a track or rut runs parallel to your course and you have to cross it, you should...?

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You are struck by a large insect that smears your face protection. You should...?

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It is foggy and you cannot see farther than your stopping distance. You should...?

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Why should you not put 'highway pegs' on your motorcycle?

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Which of these is not something that usually causes a high-speed wobble?

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If you lock the rear wheel in emergency braking, what should you do?

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Which of these factors should make you decide to leave your motorcycle at home?

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If the front tire has blown on your motorcycle, you should immediately...?

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Engine seizure is usually caused by...?

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In an emergency where an object or an accident is blocking the road ahead of you, you should try...?

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If you are riding over a badly rutted surface and your motorcycle starts to wander back and forth, what should you do?

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If your throttle sticks when riding and there is traffic you must avoid ahead, the first thing to do is...?

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If you have to hit an object lying in the road, you should try to hit it at...?

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Chain failure is usually caused by...?

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Which of these can affect your brain function and your riding?

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The main thing you should concentrate on if a tire blows while you are riding is...?

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You're caught in the rain with a long distance to go and you haven't got a rainsuit. The best thing to do is...?

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What percentage of fatal collisions in Saskatchewan involve a driver who has been drinking?

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On average, in the evening, one in every how many drivers is legally impaired by alcohol?

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Like all other provinces in Canada, motorcycles are considered vehicles and must obey speed limits, stop signs, and traffic signals. Motorcycles must also have functioning headlights, tail lights, and turn signals. Additionally, helmets are mandatory for all motorcycle riders, regardless of age. Failure to comply with these rules can result in fines or penalties. Safety is a top priority for the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure, and they encourage all riders to take training courses, wear protective gear, and ride defensively to avoid accidents on the roads. By following these rules and practicing safe riding habits, motorcyclists can enjoy the open roads of Saskatchewan safely and responsibly.

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.