Newfoundland and Labrador Motorcycle Class 6 Driving Test
Part 1

To pass the Newfoundland Motorcycle driving test, study the Driver’s Manual, practice riding skills, and wear proper safety gear. Be prepared for a knowledge test, vehicle inspection, and a practical road test assessing your motorcycle handling and safety awareness. Show responsible riding behavior, obey traffic rules, and stay calm during the test. Prioritize practice and consider a safety course to enhance your skills. Stay updated with the latest requirements from the Provincial  Department of Transportation and Works. Ride safely and best of luck!

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Newfoundland and Labrador Motorcycle Driving Test Class 6 Part 1

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Is it mandatory to have a horn on your motorcycle?

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How can you enhance your visibility at an intersection?

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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What must be done when changing gears on a motorcycle?

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

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

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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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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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How can motorcyclists communicate with other drivers?

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

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

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

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

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

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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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What are the risks posed by large vehicles to motorcyclists?

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What is the purpose served by the throttle control?

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

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

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

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Motorcyclists should ensure that their passengers…?

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

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

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

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

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Driver's Handbook

Preparing for the Newfoundland Motorcycle driving handbook test is the first step to securing your commercial driver’s license. This comprehensive handbook serves as your essential guide to the rules of the road, safe driving practices, and commercial vehicle operation. To ace the test, start by thoroughly studying the handbook, which covers everything from road signs to vehicle inspections. It’s crucial to understand the intricacies of Motorcycle driving, including cargo transportation, hours of service regulations, and safety protocols. Ride safely and best of luck!

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