Motorcycle safety courses - When you take a motorcycle safety course, you will get a course certificate. If you bring this certificate to a DriveTest centre, within six months, you do not need to take the M1 road test – you move directly to the next level (M2). You also will be able to take the second road test sooner, after 18 months instead of the standard 22. Taking an approved training program may entitle you to an insurance discount.


Motorcycle M1 Quiz - Rules 2

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Question 1
In how much time can one acquire the full M license?
A
90 days.
B
20 months.
C
120 days.
D
60 days.
Question 1 Explanation: 
The process of receiving the full M license is a gradual one and takes a definite period of 20 months, much like the G license.
Question 2
What is the importance of keeping both feet on the footrests while driving?
A
It enhances one’s ability to reach the foot controls better.
B
It helps the motorcyclist to rest one’s feet.
C
It is a more comfortable position to be driving in on the whole.
D
It strengthens one’s ability to maintain balance and thus keep control over the vehicle at all times.
Question 2 Explanation: 
At no time during the journey should one drag one’s feet on the ground or remove them from the footrests.
Question 3
What factor should be taken into consideration regarding blind spots? (Choose 2)
A
None of the above
B
It is essential to make sure that another driver on the road does not enter into your blind spot to ensure maximum safety.
C
It is important to ensure that one does not drive into other drivers’ blind spots.
D
Only large vehicles required to check blind spots.
Question 3 Explanation: 
One’s position in the lane is extremely significant in determining road safety. Motorcyclists are advised to change their lane positions often and safely to minimize blind spots and decrease risks. One should also be careful and avoid other drivers’ blind spots.
Question 4
How can drugs, alcohol consumption, and fatigue affect a motorcyclist?
A
They affect the ability to drive at night.
B
They hamper the skill and ability to drive the motorcycle properly and safely.
C
They affect the ability to drive during rain showers.
D
They reduce one’s ability to drive fast.
Question 4 Explanation: 
Apart from alcohol, any substance, be it prescribed or illegal, can disturb one’s ability to drive.
Question 5
How often does a motorcyclist need to look into the mirrors while driving?
A
One should do so every 5-7 seconds.
B
One should do so every 11-13 seconds.
C
One should do so every 2-4 seconds.
D
One should do so every 8-10 seconds.
Question 5 Explanation: 
Checking the mirrors frequently helps to keep a track of what is going on around you and helps to avoid surprises. During poor weather and visibility conditions, on highways and while slowing down or turning, checking the mirrors is of utmost importance.
Question 6
Why is it not advisable to drive in the centre lane of a multi-lane road that has 3 lanes?
A
Driving in the centre lane is difficult.
B
It is illegal to drive in the centre lane.
C
You don’t have a blocking position.
D
The lane is reserved for vehicles moving fast.
Question 6 Explanation: 
Blocking positions are important because they prevent others on the road from driving too close to you.
Question 7
When you are nearing an intersection and another vehicle ahead of you signals to turn to the left, your move should be to…
A
Raise the speed and move to the left.
B
Adopt a defensive lane position, and decrease the speed while shifting towards the right lane.
C
Decrease the speed and move towards the left.
D
Speed up and quickly move out of the path.
Question 7 Explanation: 
It is important to be careful and as slow as possible. Maintain maximum distance between your motorcycle and the other driver by moving far to the right.
Question 8
When driving on a slippery path, an abrupt direction or speed change can result in skidding. Hence one should…
A
Drive very fast.
B
Reduce the speed before getting to such a spot.
C
Steer clear of driving on slippery roads.
D
Turn, brake, accelerate and change gears as smoothly as possible.
Question 8 Explanation: 
Driving in rain conditions is dangerous since the slippery road causes reduced traction; hampered visibility and less effective braking power can all contribute to reducing one’s control of the motorcycle.
Question 9
After moving out of a parked spot on the side of the road, which way should a motorcyclist position the motorcycle?
A
None of these positions are correct.
B
The motorcycle should be angled opposite to the intended direction.
C
The motorcycle should be positioned across the roadway so that the motorcyclist has a clear view of all sides.
D
Angle the motorcycle to face the way you want to go.
Question 9 Explanation: 
Positioning the motorcycle across the road helps to gain visibility of the road and also to be clear to other vehicles on the road, especially if the road has numerous cars parked on both sides.
Question 10
How can motorcyclist communicate with other drivers?
A
Using brake lights and sound your horn if required.
B
All answers are correct.
C
Via signals and shoulder checks.
D
Make eye contact with other drivers.
Question 10 Explanation: 
Communicating well with other drivers is essential for enhanced safety.
Question 11
Never change lanes without:
A
Signaling, checking your mirrors, and turning your head and checking over your shoulder
B
Blowing your horn and providing the appropriate hand signal
C
Checking mirrors
D
Signaling and decreasing speed
Question 12
A motorcyclist driving on an open road or a freeway should…
A
Look as far ahead on the road as you can see.
B
Keep an eye on the sides of the road as much as possible.
C
Avoid shifting lanes on the freeway/open road.
D
Ignoring the oncoming traffic ahead.
Question 12 Explanation: 
It is important to look far ahead as this prepares you for any oncoming situations, concerns, and other drivers, and gives one time to react. It also prevents situations of panic and rash reactions.
Question 13
A high-speed wobble can be effectively managed by-
A
Use both the front and the rear brakes.
B
Using the brakes as hard as possible.
C
Not using the brakes. Instead one should slowly close the throttle and allow the motorcycle to slow down.
D
Accelerate and resist the wobble.
Question 13 Explanation: 
One should not use the brakes during the wobble as it only adds to the difficulty of the situation. Maintain a strong grip and allow the speed to reduce after closing the throttle. One should never increase the speed during a wobble.
Question 14
What is the best way of obtaining a clear view of everything around you on the road?
A
Paying attention to curbs and side streets in order to make sure you see all the vehicles entering and that they see you clearly, as well.
B
Looking around you in each direction all the time and not pausing at any one sight for more than 2 seconds.
C
All answers are correct.
D
Looking far enough ahead on the road: ½ a block to a block ahead when driving in the city and even more when on the freeways.
Question 14 Explanation: 
Pay attention to surroundings and keep track of them to reduce any chance of surprises.
Question 15
When a motorcyclist raises his left arm and points towards the left, with the arm parallel to the ground, what does it signify?
A
The motorcyclist intends to turn left.
B
The motorcyclist intends to turn right.
C
The motorcyclist is leaving the highway.
D
The motorcyclist is reducing the speed and/ or intends to stop.
Question 15 Explanation: 
If the motorcycle you are driving does not have indicator signals, or they fail to work, using proper hand signals is important to communicate with other drivers on the road.
Question 16
What must be done when changing gears on a motorcycle?
A
You must disengage the clutch.
B
You must engage the engine kill switch.
C
You must disengage the tachometer.
D
You must disengage the throttle.
Question 16 Explanation: 
The clutch is the lever found on the left handlebar of the motorcycle and it can be disengaged by using your left hand to pull it towards you. It is mandatory to disengage the clutch while changing the gears while also applying the throttle.
Question 17
How much distance should a motorcyclist maintain from other drivers on the road?
A
One should maintain a minimum distance of 10 seconds.
B
One should maintain a minimum distance of 2 seconds.
C
One should maintain a minimum distance of 1 second.
D
One should maintain a minimum distance of 12 seconds.
Question 17 Explanation: 
By maintaining a distance of 2 seconds from vehicles around you one can easily take control of any possible upcoming situation by gauging the present one with enough time to react and change course if necessary.
Question 18
In case the headlights of the motorcycle do not switch on automatically, when is it mandatory to switch them on?
A
If it starts to rain.
B
Whenever the visibility is poor and conditions affecting it make it necessary to do so.
C
The headlights must be used in the period from a ½ hour prior to sunset until a ½ hour before sunrise.
D
Keep them on at all times, even in daylight.
Question 18 Explanation: 
It is recommended you keep the headlights and taillights switched on at all times. In modern motorcycles, the lights come on automatically but in older models, one has to use the switch at the necessary times.
Question 19
The broken centerline on a roadway indicates that you may
A
Pass if the way is clear.
B
Pass only during daylight hours.
C
Never pass.
D
Pass at any time
Question 20
To signal that you will be _______________, extend your left arm and bent it at the elbow so your hand in pointing upwards.
A
making a left turn
B
stopping
C
speeding up
D
making a right turn
Question 20 Explanation: 
If the motorcycle you are driving does not have indicator signals, or they fail to work, using proper hand signals is important to communicate with other drivers on the road.
Question 21
What does a motorcyclist need to do when an oncoming vehicle or one from the back is going to pass?
A
Drive near the right tire track.
B
Maintain the current lane placement.
C
Drive near the left tire track.
D
Move toward the centre part of the lane.
Question 21 Explanation: 
Driving in the centre of the lane helps maintain distance from any passing vehicles. By keeping out of harm’s way in this manner, you are able to ensure your safety and prevent any accidents while other vehicles pass you on the road.
Question 22
What is the significance of slow down when driving behind other vehicles after dark?
A
It helps maintain an equal distance with the vehicle moving ahead you.
B
It helps to decrease the distance with other vehicles so the other drivers can see you.
C
It helps to increase the distance with the other vehicles and the other drives can see you clearly.
D
None of them.
Question 22 Explanation: 
Slowing down and maintaining a greater distance from vehicles in front is advised, especially when roads are wet and intense glare hampers the other drivers’ ability to spot a motorcycle from amongst all the traffic.
Question 23
What should you do when a signal light changes from green to amber as you approach an intersection?
A
Sound horn to warn pedestrians and other drivers that you do not intend to stop
B
Stop. If a stop cannot be made safely, proceed with caution
C
Continue through the intersection without slowing or stopping
D
Speed up to clear the intersection as quickly as possible
Question 24
Responsible motorcyclists should start any motorcycle ride with…
A
Safety bars that the pillion rider can grip.
B
A proper helmet, appropriate protective clothing and a thorough check of the motorcycle.
C
A spare helmet for the pillion rider.
D
A case of repair tools for any problems with the motorcycle.
Question 24 Explanation: 
Since the degree of damages experienced in motorcycle accidents is greater than that in cars it is essential to perform thorough inspections and take necessary precautions each time.
Question 25
How can you enhance your visibility at an intersection?
A
None of the above
B
By increasing your speed when you come close to one so that others on the road see you before they move ahead.
C
By reducing distance with other vehicles and going close so they can see you better.
D
By decreasing your speed as you come close to an intersection and moving away from vehicles and things blocking you.
Question 25 Explanation: 
One should remain in clear view of others on the road and maintain a low speed.
Question 26
In case a motorcyclist needs to make a sudden stop on a wet/ slippery surface, what should be done?
A
The rear brakes alone should be applied.
B
One just needs to shift gears.
C
The front and rear brakes should be used together.
D
The front brakes alone should be applied.
Question 26 Explanation: 
Applying both brakes together helps in stopping more successfully than using a single brake.
Question 27
What is meant by the terms ‘push-steering’ or ‘counter-steering’? (Choose 2)
A
It refers to noting the required number of seconds needed in order to completely a turn properly.
B
All answers are correct.
C
Applying pressure in the forward direction on the handlebar of the turning side. (for a right turn, it will be the right handlebar, and likewise for the left)
D
It refers to the manner in which both the motorcycle and the rider lean in the direction in which one intends to turn.
Question 27 Explanation: 
By applying forward pressure on the handlebar of the turning side, one helps the motorcycle lean in the intended direction. By pushing on the other handlebar and applying the throttle, one can straighten the position and finish the turn.
Question 28
What are the risks posed by large vehicles to motorcyclists?
A
After the brakes are applied and the large vehicle has stopped, it might continue to roll forward for a bit.
B
These vehicles end up blocking significant portions of slush and snow from the motorcyclist.
C
Large vehicles make wide turns.
D
Large vehicles possess minute blind spots.
Question 28 Explanation: 
It is imperative to maintain a lot of distance from large vehicles, especially when they are about to turn. Large vehicles make wide turns and do not leave any space uncovered when they do so; hence, by moving into some small free space close to a large vehicle that may turn, one runs the risk of being pressed between the vehicle and the curb.
Question 29
What are the risks posed by lane splitting and why should it be avoided?
A
Lane splitting is only risky if one has a pillion rider along.
B
Lane splitting places the motorcyclist in the blind spots of other drivers on the road.
C
Lane splitting results in you driving too close to others vehicles where other drivers will not be expecting you to be driving so close to them.
D
Lane splitting only poses a risk to novices.
Question 29 Explanation: 
Lane splitting refers to motorcyclists driving between vehicles in adjacent lanes and it is very dangerous because the slightest shift in position from any of the other vehicles can result in accidents since there is very little room to maneuver.
Question 30
What is the best manner by which to learn to ride a motorcycle?
A
None of the above
B
By enrolling for a motorcycle riding and safety course authorized by the Ministry.
C
By studying from a riding manual for motorcyclists.
D
By learning from a friend who knows how to.
Question 30 Explanation: 
A motorcycle training course designed and/ or authorized by the Ministry will ensure you learn the necessary skills and know-how. Most courses come equipped with the Level 1 test as a part of the course and also help reach the Level 2 test quickly.
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