Nova Scotia Motorcycle Class 6 Driving Test
Part 2

Nova Scotia Commercial Class 6 Driving Test is a crucial step for individuals who want to obtain a Class A commercial driver’s license (CDL) in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. A Class 6 CDL allows you to operate various types of commercial vehicles, including tractor-trailers, semi-trucks, and other large vehicles. Passing this test requires a good understanding of safe driving practices, regulations, and specific skills related to commercial driving.

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Nova Scotia Motorcycle Driving Test Class 6 Parts 2

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If the motorcycle's headlights do not switch on automatically, when is it mandatory to switch them on?

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What is the most dangerous position when driving a motorcycle on the road?

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What kind of risk is posed when motorcyclists overdrive their headlights?

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It is important to apply the braking as needed before _________.

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What is the significance of ensuring a large cushion of space around oneself when driving a motorcycle?

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When you are about to make a turn, how should you prepare your passenger?

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Never change lanes without ________.

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Which of the following tips does not apply to driving in the rain?

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In case a motorcyclist needs to make a sudden stop on a wet/ slippery surface, what should be done?

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How much distance should a motorcyclist maintain from other drivers on the road?

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What role does good traction play when a motorcyclist is driving on slippery surfaces?

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Two vehicles reaching an uncontrolled intersection at approximately the same time must provide right-of-way to _________.

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Why is it not advisable to drive in the centre lane of a multi-lane road with three lanes?

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What is the best way of obtaining a clear view of everything around you on the road?

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Which factors come into play for a motorcyclist to make other drivers on the road aware of his/her presence while attempting to shift lanes or make a turn?

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How often does a motorcyclist need to look into the mirrors while driving?

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Why are motorcyclists advised against driving in the centre of a lane?

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When approaching an intersection with a flashing amber traffic light, you must _______.

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What is the significance of slowing down when driving behind other vehicles after dark?

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How can drugs, alcohol consumption, and fatigue affect a motorcyclist?

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Responsible motorcyclists should start any motorcycle ride with _______.

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A high-speed wobble can be effectively managed by _________.

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Which part of a wet road is usually the most slippery?

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While accelerating or applying the brakes forcefully, it is important to _______.

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What is the significance of wearing protective face gear while riding a motorcycle?

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What must a motorcyclist do when an oncoming vehicle or one from the back will pass?

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When driving on a slippery path, an abrupt direction or speed change can result in skidding. Hence one should _________.

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There is a foot pedal available in most motorcycles. Which brakes does this foot pedal control?

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When a motorcyclist raises his left arm parallel to the ground and turns the forearm down from the elbow to indicate towards the ground, what does it mean?

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When a motorcyclist is driving behind a bus entering the road by leaving a bus bay, who has the right-of-way?

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A motorcyclist driving on an open road or a freeway should ________.

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When can a motorcycle pass on a shoulder?

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To signal that you will be _______________, extend your left arm and bend it at the elbow so your hand is pointing upwards.

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What are the effects of alcohol consumption on a motorcycle rider?

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If you are followed closely by other vehicles, which of the following is advised?

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In how much time can one acquire the full M license?

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When a motorcyclist turn left from a curb lane into a curb lane, which tire track position should be used?

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After moving out of a parking spot on the side of the road, which way should a motorcyclist position the motorcycle?

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When a motorcyclist raises his left arm and points towards the left, with the arms parallel to the ground, what does it signify?

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A flashing red signal light at an intersection indicates ________.

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When a signal light changes from green to amber as you approach an intersection, what should you do?

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The broken centerline on a roadway indicates that you may _______.

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What is the best way to maximize your safety on the road when a vehicle in front of you turns left?

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What tire track or blocking position should a motorcyclist use when turning right in a wide lane?

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What factor should be taken into consideration regarding blind spots?

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What is the significance of the lane or blocking position, and which is the best position to maintain?

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Driver's Handbook

Preparing for the Nova Scotia 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.

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