Nunavut Motorcycle Class 6 Driving Test Part 2

To pass the Nunavut 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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Nunavut Motorcycle Driving Test Parts 2

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

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

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

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

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

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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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Responsible motorcyclists should start any motorcycle ride with _______.

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

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

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

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When can a motorcycle pass on a shoulder?

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

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

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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 part of a wet road is usually the most slippery?

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What factor should be taken into consideration regarding blind spots?

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

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

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

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

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

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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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A flashing red signal light at an intersection indicates ________.

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

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

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

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

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Never change lanes without ________.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Driver's Handbook

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