Saskatchewan Motorcycle Class 6 Driving Test Part 4

To pass the Saskatchewan 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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Saskatchewan Motorcycle Driving Test Class 6 Parts 4

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Which lanes should be avoided on a freeway with three or more lanes?

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In a given situation where you have your M2, preferably M license, how will your motorcycle react if you carry passengers?

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Checking the mirrors is especially needed when __________.

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How does cold weather influence the motorcycle’s functioning?

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When commencing to drive on a hill, what should a motorcyclist avoid?

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In case the chain breaks, what should one do?

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Upshifting or downshifting on a curve __________.

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What should one do in a blind curve when the view of the path ahead is restricted?

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Wearing protective clothing helps to _______.

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On a paved road with two lanes, which part of the road will have a more significant amount of gravel and sand accumulated?

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Driving on the paved shoulder on the right side of the road is acceptable if one is _________.

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Driving in foggy conditions with increasingly poor visibility, a motorcyclist should _______.

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Which kind of mirror gives an image showing objects at a farther distance than they actually are?

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In case of taking a turn too fast, what are the possible outcomes?

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If you are pulling off the road, what steps should you take?

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What are the things that should be checked on a motorcycle weekly, apart from the specific routine checks?

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Weaving in and out of heavy traffic is ________.

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When accelerating or applying the brakes, one should do the following to maintain strong control and grip over the motorcycle ________.

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Where should you shift your weight if the back tire blows out?

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Upon approaching a stop sign, what does the law require you to do before entering an intersection?

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What are the ways by which motorcyclists can make themselves more visible during the nighttime?

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Where should you place the helmet if you are pulled off the road and need help?

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When preparing to drive an unfamiliar motorcycle, it is important to _________.

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What is the role played by road race or clamp-on handlebars?

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What should you do in the unlikely event of being chased by a dog?

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When riding with a group of motorcyclists, a staggered formation ________.

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If a motorcycle’s colour changes, what are you required to do?

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Can you drive your motorcycle in another province if you are from another province?

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When you have your M2, preferably M license, what are the necessary instructions you will give the passengers in case they have to ride with you?

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A solid line at the left of your lane means ________.

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When should the headlights of the motorcycle be turned on?

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What are the three steps to driving over objects safely?

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What should you get from the seller when buying a privately used motorcycle?

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What should you do if a large animal is on the road?

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How does selecting a motorcycle safety course affect the time to reach the M2 license?

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Which tire track should you be in when driving a motorcycle in the passing lane?

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Which lanes should be avoided when changing lanes on a freeway, and why?

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If you make modifications to a motorcycle, what should you ensure first?

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If another vehicle suddenly stops in front of you or pulls out of a lane and gets in your way, what do you need to do to avert an accident?

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Which kind of helmet offers the best protection?

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What are the leading factors of motorcycle collisions at intersections?

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To keep control over the motorcycle, one should __________.

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Why is it deemed dangerous to slow down your motorcycle by reducing the throttle or simply downshifting?

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How is a motorcycle to be started?

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When you are driving, it is dangerous to attempt to __________.

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Which tire track should you be in when driving a motorcycle in the right curb lane?

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When two vehicles approach a four-way stop sign intersection at right angles to each other and at the same time __________.

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According to the law in Ontario, the motorcyclist and the passenger have to __________.

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A flashing green light at the intersection where turns to the left and right are permitted indicates what?

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Driver's Handbook

Preparing for the Saskatchewan Motorcycle driving handbook test is the first step to securing your 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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