The main purpose of the M1 written test is to assess a person’s theory knowledge of driving. It is to ensure learner drivers are aware of those traffic signs, road rules, and traffic signals so that they can act accordingly and safely.


Motorcycle M1 Quiz – Rules 4

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Question 1
If the engine locks or freezes, what should a motorcyclist do?
A
Get the gas tank replenished.
B
Pull over and then wait until the engine cools down before adding gas line antifreeze to it.
C
Pull over and then wait until the engine cools down before adding oil to it.
D
Add the wiper fluid for the windshield.
Question 1 Explanation: 
Frequently inspecting the motorcycle and regular upkeep is essential for proper functioning. This way, one can prevent sudden problems while driving.
Question 2
If the front tire blows out when on the road, the motorcyclist should…
A
Move his/her weight to the left side.
B
Move his/her weight to the right side.
C
Move his/her weight to the back as much as possible.
D
Move his/her weight to the front as much as possible.
Question 2 Explanation: 
Keep a firm grip on the handlebars and steer properly while making sure you maintain your balance. The blown-out tire will make the steering seem weighed down.
Question 3
In case of a stuck throttle, how should a motorcyclist react?
A
One should decrease the pressure on the throttle, pull the clutch in, and use the kill switch to turn the engine off.
B
None of the above steps should be applied.
C
Reduce throttle pressure and pull the clutch in.
D
Raise the speed with the throttle, apply the clutch, and use the kill switch to turn the engine off.
Question 3 Explanation: 
In case of no kill switch, you should pull in the clutch and ride till the motorcycle stops and then switch off the ignition. One can also stop faster by braking, especially hard braking.
Question 4
In case a freeway exit is missed what should one do?
A
One should decrease the speed, move on to the shoulder, turn the motorcycle around, and enter the exit ramp that was missed.
B
Proceed and take the next exit.
C
You should move back carefully to the missed exit.
D
One should decrease the speed, move on to the shoulder, back up and enter the exit ramp that was missed.
Question 4 Explanation: 
Stopping or backing up on a freeway has to be avoided. One should drive until the next one.
Question 5
Why should you not share lanes with other vehicles?
A
Lane sharing is useful because 2 vehicles will receive more notice than 1 and hence it is safer.
B
Both the second and the third statement are correct.
C
By driving too close to other vehicles, motorcyclists are at a risk of collisions and accidents and hence sharing lanes should be avoided.
D
By driving close to other vehicles, one can remain safe in the company of the rest of the traffic and hence lane sharing is good.
Question 5 Explanation: 
Lane sharing creates a risk of crashes and collisions and hence must be avoided at all costs. To do so motorcyclists are advised to maintain a blocking position.
Question 6
On approaching an intersection, you notice the road is blocked with traffic. You should:
A
Keep as close as possible to the car ahead
B
Proceed slowly into the intersection until the traffic ahead moves on
C
Sound the horn to warn cars ahead to move on
D
Stop before entering the intersection and wait until traffic ahead moves on
Question 7
What are some of the reasons for wobbling?
A
Wobbling can be caused by worn out steering parts.
B
Wobbling can be caused by loose wheel bearings.
C
Wobbling can be caused by loose spokes.
D
All answers are correct.
Question 7 Explanation: 
In case of wobbling, never increase the speed. Concentrate on maintaining a firm grip on the handlebars and slow down steadily so that you can stop.
Question 8
In case the wheels get locked, what should a motorcyclist do?
A
Increase the speed by applying the throttle.
B
Apply threshold braking.
C
Employ the front brakes.
D
Employ the rear wheel brakes.
Question 8 Explanation: 
Threshold braking refers to releasing the brakes fleetingly and then using them again without locking.
Question 9
How can a motorcyclist alert others on the road to let them know that they are in need of help?
A
One should switch on the tail lights.
B
One should switch on the head lights.
C
One should leave the engine running while waiting by the road side.
D
A motorcyclist should place his/her helmet on the ground, near the road.
Question 9 Explanation: 
One should park the motorcycle as far away from the road as possible. It should never be in a spot where other vehicles normally would drive on.
Question 10
If you have chosen to change your lane while driving and move to the left lane, before the lane change you should:
A
Reduce the speed, shift the gears, and then use both brakes.
B
Use the right mirrors to see the lane and check whether it is secure to change.
C
Use the left mirrors to clearly see the lane before changing.
D
Signal and check your left mirror and look over your shoulder once to make sure that all is clear and it is safe to move.
Question 10 Explanation: 
Mirrors only give a part of the view of the road and small parts are not visible in the mirror. It is important to even check these by turning one’s head over the shoulder before changing lanes.
Question 11
In a situation where a number of motorcyclists are traveling with each other, what kind of driving manner should they assume?
A
The motorcyclists should drive next to each other.
B
The motorcyclists should drive next to each other, but in separate lanes.
C
The motorcyclists should adopt a staggered formation.
D
The motorcyclists should drive one behind the other in a line.
Question 11 Explanation: 
A staggered formation allows motorcyclists to drive close to each other in a group but prevents them from driving too close to each other and alongside one another. This way, even when you travel together, there is enough room to maneuver around safely in.
Question 12
What are the requirements for towing a trailer with a motorcycle that can do so?
A
Valid motorcycle license and trailer permit.
B
Valid motorcycle license.
C
Valid motorcycle license, trailer permit, and a registered trailer.
D
Valid motorcycle license, a registered trailer, trailer plates, and a trailer permit.
Question 12 Explanation: 
The trailer should also have the mandatory white license plate light and 2 red reflectors on the rear and a red tail light.
Question 13
What is black ice?
A
It refers to recently-paved roads that are still wet.
B
It refers to a mixture of snow and ice.
C
It refers to the situation when a thin layer of ice covers the asphalt.
D
It refers to a frozen mixture of mud and snow.
Question 13 Explanation: 
Black ice builds everywhere, but especially so on bridges. This happens because bridges are prone to severely cold air from below and the drastic drop in temperature causes a sheer layer of ice to form on the asphalt.
Question 14
With a M1 level driver’s license, a motorcyclist can carry a passenger if…
A
The motorcycle is properly equipped with a seat for pillion riders.
B
If the motorcycle is equipped with all the needed requirements for carrying pillion riders.
C
At the M1 level a motorcyclist cannot carry a passenger under any circumstances.
D
They are wearing a helmet.
Question 14 Explanation: 
M1 drivers are barred by law to carry pillion riders. Even at Level 2 riders are advised to avoid carrying heavy cargo and passengers as much as possible.
Question 15
How should you react if flying debris or other objects hit you? (Choose 2)
A
Keep a firm grip on the handlebars and keep looking at the road.
B
Once it is safe, get off the road.
C
Stop and pull of the road at once.
D
Speed up.
Question 15 Explanation: 
One should not try getting off the road quickly. It is advisable to keep a firm grip and keep driving until it is safe to pull over. Even with protective headgear one can get disturbed/ hurt by something flying into the eye. Always drive and wait until it is safe to stop, and then do so and assess the damage.
Question 16
In case you are carrying cargo, at what level should it be kept?
A
None of these statements are applicable.
B
It should be kept low to avert a change in gravity and to prevent interference with motorcycle balance.
C
The placement of the cargo is of little consequence as long as the motorcyclist checks on it regularly.
D
It should be kept high to prevent a change in gravity and to avoid any alterations in the motorcycle’s balance.
Question 16 Explanation: 
It is best to keep the cargo secured in a low position and to maintain the balance of the motorcycle, one should even out the weight of the cargo on both sides. This way the gravity will not be affected.
Question 17
Unless otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit on the highway outside of a city, town, village, or built-up area is:
A
80 km/h
B
100 km/h
C
40 km/h
D
50 km/h
Question 18
A motorcyclist should keep the mirrors positioned in such a way that he/she can:
A
While driving in heavy traffic, there is little need of mirrors.
B
See as much as possible of the adjacent lane and also a substantial part of the lane behind him/her.
C
See just the lane that is behind him/her.
D
See just the lane next to him/her.
Question 18 Explanation: 
Motorcyclists need to use their mirrors frequently to keep a check on their surroundings. Mirrors help in keeping a track of the traffic at the back that is coming up. One should check the mirrors every 5 to 7 seconds and even after checking the mirrors, it is also important to turn one’s head around and glance over the shoulders to assess the situation before making any change, be it while turning, slowing down, shifting lanes, and so on.
Question 19
In case a need arises for a motorcyclist to stop the motorcycle while making a turn, the following process should be used:
A
One should start downshifting.
B
One should only use the front brakes in such a situation.
C
One should use both the front brakes and the rear brakes simultaneously.
D
One should use only the rear brakes in the situation.
Question 19 Explanation: 
If you have to stop during a turn, it is important to use both the brakes. Remember to use all your fingers to press the clutch and the front brakes so that there are no shudders and shakes. Downshifting can sometimes be used as an alternative as well.
Question 20
How does driving over metal gratings, worn out road facades, and grooves make a difference?
A
It creates a sense of loss of control over the motorcycle.
B
It results in a balanced and even driving experience.
C
All of the above
D
It results in an airlifting experience.
Question 20 Explanation: 
Anytime an uneven road surface gives a feeling of loss of control or shakiness, it is important to maintain a strong grip on the handlebars and steer clear of sudden movements or rash reactions.
Question 21
A highly skilled motorcyclist has which of the following qualities?
A
The ability to react properly, even without being prepared in advance to do so.
B
A good driver is one who drives at a lesser speed than other drivers on the road.
C
The ability to always be ready for the errors of the other drivers.
D
The ability to drive faster and at a greater speed than others on the road.
Question 21 Explanation: 
Being prepared for any kind of happening on the road is one of the biggest hallmarks of a good and skilled motorcyclist. The ability to keep an eye out for all sorts of possible situations is what separates the good drivers from the average and not-so-good ones. It is important to be able to predict and be ready for all sorts of situations so that one can respond properly, and one can also avoid panicking and getting nervous, both of which can complicate tough situations further.
Question 22
At what frequency should one look into the mirrors while driving on a freeway?
A
One should do so every 1-2 seconds.
B
One should do so every 15-20 seconds.
C
One should do so every 2-4 seconds.
D
One should do so every 5-10 seconds.
Question 22 Explanation: 
One can drive a motorcycle on the freeways only after acquiring the M2 license and enough experience. To be able to drive well, it is imperative to perform mirror checks every 5-10 seconds.
Question 23
In case of a seized engine the motorcyclist should…
A
Use the brakes hard as quickly as possible and then stop and pull over.
B
Switch the four-way flasher on.
C
Begin downshifting and start decreasing the speed of the motorcycle.
D
Apply the clutch in order to disengage the engine from the rear wheel.
Question 23 Explanation: 
A seized engine means the engine has frozen or gotten locked. This usually happens with some warning signs and you will have some time to react before the wheel becomes locked. It is important to stop and pull over before that happens.
Question 24
When a motorcyclist is nearing a railway crossing and a train is approaching at what distance from the closest gate or rail should the motorcyclist stop?
A
At least 15 metres away.
B
At a distance of 50 meters.
C
At least 5 metres away.
D
At least 1 metre away.
Question 24 Explanation: 
One must drive on only after the gates have been raised and it is safe, and never attempt to cross by driving around the gates or under them.
Question 25
A driver entering a highway via an entrance ramp must:
A
Signal and drive slowly in order to avoid an accident
B
Sound horn and proceed with caution
C
Give a hand signal, and then take right-of–way
D
Signal and accelerate in order to merge smoothly with highway traffic
Question 26
What style of driving does the phrase ‘staggered formation’ refer to?
A
It refers to a process of staggering drivers in a line one behind another in an even manner.
B
It refers to staggering vehicles at large distances from one another so that the following distance between vehicles is increased.
C
It refers to driving motorcycles in a staggered manner so that there is no risk to other drivers on the road or to the motorcyclists themselves.
D
It refers to driving motorcycles staggered in all the different lanes of the road so that a lot of distance is maintained between the motorcycles.
Question 26 Explanation: 
For a staggered formation, the first driver should be in the left tire track and followed by the second driver at a distance of 1 second in the right tire track. The third driver should be in the left tire track and at a distance of 2 seconds from the second driver and so on.
Question 27
What should motorcyclists take into consideration at railway crossings?
A
For heightened control over the motorcycle one should drive towards parallel tracks in one’s direction at an angle of 45 degrees minimum.
B
All answers are correct.
C
Drive slowly, be careful, keep an eye on the surroundings, and note the signals, lights, gates and flag-persons.
D
One should be alert since specific vehicles are required to stop at railway crossings as part of company policy.
Question 27 Explanation: 
One should also bear in mind that trains travel much faster than they seem to and they can stop only after 2 kms after applying full brakes. Hence, never depend on a train to stop to avoid you and only drive on once it has passed.
Question 28
When entering a freeway, what is the right time to turn on your turn signal?
A
The moment one reaches the acceleration lane and becomes visible to the other traffic on the freeway.
B
When one reaches the entrance ramp and the freeway traffic is able to see you.
C
There is no compulsion for motorcyclists to turn on the signal when entering a freeway.
D
When one reaches the exit ramp, from where one is visible to the other traffic on the freeway.
Question 28 Explanation: 
It is important to ensure that you are clearly visible to all the other drivers on the freeway; hence, upon reaching the entrance ramp, it is essential to turn on the signal.
Question 29
Why are motorcyclists advised against shifting gears while turning? (Choose 2)
A
Shifting gears may increase the speed, causing a loss of traction in the rear wheel and this can result in a skid.
B
Shifting gears during a turn is alright as long as one is moving quickly.
C
The rear wheel can lock if there is jerky downshift, which may result in a skid.
D
Shifting gears during a turn is alright as long as one is moving slowly.
Question 29 Explanation: 
To avoid skidding, motorcyclists are advised to shift gears after the turn has been completed and not during it.
Question 30
When a motorcyclist carries a passenger, the extra rider’s weight affects the motorcycle and…
A
Will help the motorcyclist to maintain batter control over the motorcycle’s balance.
B
Results in the motorcycle responding faster than before.
C
Will not have any effect at all the motorcycle.
D
Will result in the motorcycle reacting slower than usual.
Question 30 Explanation: 
The responsiveness of the vehicle is directly related to the weight of the pillion rider. The heavier your passenger is, the slower the vehicle will respond. Responsiveness in terms of accelerating, slowing down, and turning is decreased.
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Motorcycle Test Ontario: How To Pass?

Motorcycle Test OntarioIn Ontario, Canada, to have a motorcycle, you must pass your motorcycle driving test to get a license. It doesn’t matter where you live; that’s a federal law in the state. Therefore, to start your driving career, you must visit one of the provincial licensing programs and register for the Ontario motorcycle test.

You can only apply for a license when you are at least 16 years old. That’s the legal age in the state. For the riders, you must engage in practicing motorcycle riding to gain knowledge and understand the Canadian roads. With time, you get more experienced and confident.

 

How to pass the motorcycle test in Ontario

 

Take Practice Tests

Multiple online driving practice tests will help you pass the actual exam. They guarantee high chances of passing your exams on the first trial. The best thing about the practice exams is that they are free in every province or territory. It is an excellent way for learners to prepare for the actual written exams. However, keep in mind that the practice exam test is not carbon copies of the official exams. They familiarize one with the kind of questions and formats that you will come across during your exams.

The goal is to test your understanding and knowledge on the pressing questions like road signs, speed laws, and the right traffic procedures.

Relax and complete the entire test.

When sitting for the motorcycle test in Ontario, it’s always advisable to stay calm and relax. Stressing out is not good for an exam; it gives you tension, and you end up performing poorly. The great thing is to focus and complete the entire exam calmly.

Stress could make you get stranded on a paper such that you end up not doing the exam. Instead, take that chance and work out your written exams to the end. It’s a surprise how staying attentive once you start attempting the questions makes you do your best.

Re-take your practice tests and exams.

After doing the multiple practice tests and exams, it’s recommended to re-take them. You might need to know what you need to focus on more before the motorcycle test, Ontario, begins. It helps you to identify the last-minute topics that you must memorize. Through this, you gain and build more confidence to approach the exams. Besides, knowing that you are well prepared makes you sleep soundly on the eve of your test.

During your actual exams, read every question keenly.

You are already provided with enough time by your examiner. Therefore, it would be best to take your time and tackle all the given questions. Suppose you miss answering some questions, or maybe you do it incorrectly out of a rush, you end up scoring poorly, thus leading to a re-take.

The actual test has tricky words used that would call for attention. You should read all your questions carefully together with answers given before you provide an answer.

Be Prepared

Although this article has listed a few ways to use in preparation for the motorcycle test, Ontario, there are other ways to pass the actual exams. Despite the preparation method, ensure to take the opportunity and focus on studying and learning the road signs and speed laws.

Remember, the official exam is designed to prepare you for the rest of your driving life ahead and keep you and passengers safe on the roads. Therefore, as you prepare, take the road’s appropriate measures, learn, and relax while at it!



Use the manual Handbook from the Local Licensing Office.

The Handbook entails a lot of state’s driving information. It makes your test easier to tackle. Without any knowledge from the driver’s Handbook, the exam gets difficult. Therefore, highlight the critical points that might require you to pay more attention to and take notes. Studying the documents will track your progress effectively.

The territorial and provincial driving handbooks have a lot of information that tends to be overwhelming. Use the Handbooks and browse through them to familiarize yourself with the material you are likely to be tested on in motorcycle test, Ontario.

Remember, the moment you start studying the Handbook, it gets easier to know the sections you need to familiarize yourself with before exams.

Arrive at the test location early with the needed documents.

Before you sleep on the eve of your exams, ensure you are well prepared. Your document should be in place instead of rushing in the morning of the exams. Looking for the documents at the wrong time can make you arrive late for the actual exams.

The great way is to ensure everything you need is put together on the night before exams. Review your checklist of the needed materials and documents to do the motorcycle test, Ontario.

Usually, it would be best to arrive at your exam room 30 minutes earlier to enable you to have sufficient time to settle in. It is good enough to help you be in a proper mindset before doing your written exam.

Study on the road signs.

Learning the road signs is a no-brainer. However, it would be best if you frequently studied to keep the signs fresh in your mind. Remember that it’s possible to forget the basics. There is no need to get confused trying to recall what a basic sign means while doing your exams.

At times, the nerves might cloud the memory. Therefore, it’s advisable to take up the road sign test and polish up on the basics before the examination date arrives. Practicing gives you confidence. You might not get a similar road sign test as the actual exam, but you get a hint of what you should expect. For that, you get less likely to feel nervous before the actual exam.

Final verdict

For the preparation of the written test, numerous practice tests are found online. The multiple questions are meant to prepare you for the motorcycle test Ontario needed for you to obtain a Motorcycle driver’s license.

Therefore, the free practice motorcycle written knowledge exam is an essential lesson to help you prepare for the real test, after which you obtain a driver’s license at the local motorcycle licensing office.

However, you have to pass well in your final exams.