Alberta Motorcycle Practice Test Class 6 Part 1

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Alberta Motorcycle Practice Test Class 6 Part 1

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A steady yellow traffic light at an intersection indicates that you must ________.

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Out of the following, which is not an important primary control for motorcycle operation?

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To be able to take along a passenger, the motorcycle must ________.

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This driver's hand signal indicates that this driver intends to _____.

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Is it mandatory to have a horn on your motorcycle?

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Which of the following statements is FALSE with regard to the M1 licence condition?

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Snow removal vehicles on public roadways are equipped with flashing ______ lights.

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Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding the M2 licence condition?

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What must be done when changing gears on a motorcycle?

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In what lane should the motorcyclist ride the motorcycle to discourage others on the road from attempting to share the correct lane?

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When approaching a Yield-sign, what does the law require you to do?

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When can you ride a motorcycle between two lanes of traffic?

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When seated on the seat of a motorcycle, at what distance from the ground should the rider’s feet be placed?

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At what point can a motorcyclist take the Level 1 road test needed to acquire an M2 licence?

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Motorcycle riders must give the right-of-way to ______.

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How can motorcyclists communicate with other drivers?

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While reducing the motorcycle's speed or coming to a stop, what should the motorcyclist do?

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When you are faced with a red traffic signal and intend to go straight through the intersection, what must you do first?

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Which of the following are mandatory for legally driving a motorcycle?

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On passing the Level 1 road test while using a limited-speed motorcycle, what category of licence does one receive?

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What are the risks posed by large vehicles to motorcyclists?

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How does fatigue affect a motorcyclist’s skill at riding a motorcycle?

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What is the significance of adjusting the motorcycle’s mirrors?

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According to the Highway Traffic Act, which of the following categories describes motorcycles?

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What is the purpose served by the throttle control?

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What are the essential considerations you must fulfill if you carry a passenger?

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What risks are posed by lane splitting, and why should it be avoided?

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At what intervals should one inspect the motorcycle tires for damage, proper tread, and pressure?

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Before turning left from a one-way traffic street, you should be _____.

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When you are nearing an intersection, and another vehicle ahead of you signals to turn to the left, your move should be to ______.

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When you pass over an article on the road or a pothole, what is the best way to decrease the impact force?

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What is the importance of keeping both feet on the footrests while driving?

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Carrying cargo on a motorcycle should be avoided, but in case you have to take something along, what is the procedure to be followed?

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You have a green light and want to go straight through the intersection, but other vehicles are blocking the intersection on the other side. What should you do?

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How can you enhance your visibility at an intersection?

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In countersteering, to initiate a turn, PUSHING the right handgrip will allow the motorcycle to _____.

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Apart from headlights and taillights, what else ensures visibility at night?

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What is the significance of obtaining a Safety Standards Certificate when purchasing a used motorcycle?

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Motorcyclists should ensure that their passengers…?

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What must you take when attending a Level 1 road test for an M2 licence?

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Why are the front brakes given greater importance than the rear brakes?

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What is the best manner by which to learn to ride a motorcycle?

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What should the reaction be if a motorcyclist spots a slippery patch on the road ahead?

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Where is the front brake found on the motorcycle, and how should it be used?

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What is meant by the terms ‘push-steering’ or ‘counter-steering’?

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Staggered formations are appropriate on an open road area but should be replaced by single lines when ______.

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