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New Brunswick Class 6L Motorcycle License Test - Rules
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1 - What are the most common hazards for motorcycle drivers?
1. Other drivers not seeing motorcyclists
2. Uneven terrain and turbulent weather
3. Large vehicles making wide turns
4. Both 2 and 3
2 - Which of the following statements about M1 license conditions is FALSE?
1. The M1 holder must not carry passengers
2. The M1 holder is not permitted to drive on specific roads or go higher than specific speed levels.
3. The holder of the M1 may have a blood alcohol level between 0.00 and 0.05
4. The M1 holder may drive a motorcycle only during daylight hours, extending from ? hour prior to sunrise till ? hour past sunset.
3 - What is the solution to a sudden engine lock?
1. Pulling over and restarting the vehicle
2. Dumping out the gas tank and refilling it
3. Applying antifreeze after pulling over
4. Applying oil after pulling over
4 - When seated on a motorcycle at what distance from the ground should the rider?s feet be?
1. The rider's feet should be in a flat resting position at a distance of 2.54cm (1 inch) from the ground.
2. The rider's toes should just be able to touch the ground
3. The rider's feet should be resting flat on the ground.
4. The rider's toes should be at a distance of 5-10cm (2-4 inches) from the ground.
5 - How do properly adjusted mirrors help the motorcyclist?
1. They provide a view of a major portion of the lane beside the motorcycle.
2. They provide a view of at least half the lane behind the motorcycle
3. They help to reduce vulnerable blind spots
4. All of the Above
6 - Sand and gravel commonly impair driving
1. During precipitation
2. On the center of the road
3. On the sides of the pavement
4. Whenever the motorcyclist speeds up
7 - If your front tire blows out, you must:
1. Shift your weight to back
2. Pull over and call emergency Services
3. Shift your weight to back
4. Drive normally
8 - What is the most effective way to avoid collisions?
1. Driving at least 1 m away from other vehicles
2. Performing shoulder checks before turning
3. Checking mirrors every ten minutes
4. All of the above
9 - Which of the following is not a primary control important for the operation of the motorcycle?
3. Rear brake
4. Shift lever
10 - Motorcyclists should ensure that their passenger?
1. Talks to them when approaching a problem on the road, so the passenger knows which way to lean
2. Is dressed in warm clothes
3. Always places both feet on the footrests, even when the motorcycle is stopped
4. Maintains one foot on the footrest at all times
11 - Threshhold braking helps when:
1. Your wheels lock up
2. Emergencies occur
3. Intense weather conditions impair driving
4. All of above
12 - Where is the front brake located on the motorcycle?
1. The brake is located on the right handlebar
2. The brake is located on the left handlebar
3. The brake is located under right foot
4. The brake is located under right foot
13 - Passengers are allowed to ride with drivers carrying which of the following licences?
4. Both M2 and M
14 - What is the purpose served by the throttle?
1. It plays a role in controlling the rear brakes of the motorcycle.
2. It displays the number of revolutions undergone by the engine per minute
3. The throttle is located on the right handgrip and helps control the speed of the motorcycle. When twisted inward towards the rider, the throttle releases fuel which flows to the engine.
4. It plays a role in controlling the speed of the motorcycle.
15 - What is the shortest possible time period required to obtain a full M licence?
1. 18 months with MTO consent
2. 20 months
3. 24 months
4. 22 months
16 - When turning left or right, the best blocking position would be:
1. The centre of the road
2. The tire track in the direction in which you are turning
3. Whatever you are comfortable with
4. Lane blocking is not required when making turns
17 - The standard signal for help for a stopped motorcycle is
1. Lifting your helmet in the air for other drivers to see
2. Placing the motorcycle on the ground sidways
3. Placing your helmet on the ground to the rear of the motorcycle
4. Waving your arms
18 - Before making a left turn from a one-way street, you should be
1. Close to the centre of the roadway
2. Your position doesn't matter, provided you signal your intention
3. Close to the right-hand side of the roadway
4. Close to the left-hand side of the roadway
19 - Which motorcycle parts should be checked on a weekly basis?
1. Tire tread, wheels, shock absorbers, brakes
2. Clutch, tachometer, handlebars
3. Horn button, stands, turn signals, starter, engine kill switch
4. Engine and ignition switch
20 - How does fatigue affect a motorcyclist's ability to drive safely?
1. It increases the motorcyclist's ability to react quickly and appropriately in the event of an emergency
2. It increases the motorcyclist's attentiveness and ability to concentrate.
3. It reduces the motorcyclist's ability to react quickly and appropriately in the event of an emergency
4. It increases the motorcyclist's ability to relax and unwind while driving.
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