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.


Motorcycle M1 Quiz - Rules 5

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Question 1
Is it possible to drive your motorcycle in Ontario if you are from another province?
A
It is possible if you are at least 18 years of age and have a valid license.
B
It is possible if you are at least 21 years of age and have a valid license.
C
It is possible if you are at least 18 years of age and have a valid motorcycle license.
D
It is possible if you are at least 16 years of age and have a valid motorcycle license.
Question 1 Explanation: 
You must apply for an Ontario motorcycle license in case you plan to stay longer than 60 days.
Question 2
Why is it important to drive with your wrists low?
A
So that the brake is not suddenly applied.
B
None of the above
C
So that the speed is not mistakenly increased.
D
So that the speed is not suddenly decreased.
Question 2 Explanation: 
It is important to maintain a proper posture on the motorcycle in order to steer properly and maintain balance and speed. The low placement of the wrists also makes it easier for the rider to reach the front brake lever.
Question 3
What is the trick to making a quick turn or swerve for averting a collision?
A
Raise the throttle and increase the speed and then come to a stop.
B
Slowly tilt your motorcycle in the direction you want to turn and drive.
C
Quickly lean the motorcycle and proceed to turn in the direction you want to go.
D
All of the above
Question 3 Explanation: 
To prevent a crash, one can quickly lean the motorcycle in the intended direction and continue driving.
Question 4
Which kind of helmet offers best protection?
A
A helmet with a three quarter face cover.
B
A full-faced helmet.
C
The half-faced variety.
D
None of these helmets qualify.
Question 4 Explanation: 
The full-faced variety offers the best protection. One can choose from a variety of sizes and styles. It is advisable to pick helmets in bright colors and if possible, with reflective strips or patches.
Question 5
When you are driving it is dangerous to attempt to…
A
Glance about you.
B
Carry a pillion rider along.
C
Adjust your mirrors.
D
Switch on the motorcycle’s four-way flashers.
Question 5 Explanation: 
Do not attempt to adjust the mirrors when you are driving. Also, do not rely solely on the mirrors; looking over the shoulder is important too.
Question 6
While approaching an intersection you notice a vehicle to you right is stopped at a stop sign. You should…
A
Accelerate to speed up and then shift to the left.
B
Move to the left tire track and decrease your speed.
C
Shift to the right tire track and decrease your speed.
D
Accelerate to speed up and then shift to the right.
Question 6 Explanation: 
It is important to shift to the left tire track as this makes you more visible to the other driver and clears chances of collision.
Question 7
What is the role played by road race or clamp-on handlebars?
A
They reduce the capacity to execute good shoulder checks but ensure an unflagging journey.
B
They increase the capacity to execute good shoulder checks.
C
They raise the capacity to execute good shoulder checks and make sure you don’t get tired quickly.
D
They reduce the capacity to perform good shoulder checks and can cause you to tire easily.
Question 7 Explanation: 
Even though these add-ons look attractive, they hinder one’s ability to perform shoulder checks and can also cause you to become tired quickly.
Question 8
When commencing to drive on a hill, what should a motorcyclist avoid? (Choose 2)
A
One should keep from rolling backwards.
B
When starting the engine, one should not use the front brakes.
C
One should avoid stalling.
D
One should avoid shifting into first gear.
Question 8 Explanation: 
In order to prevent stalling or rolling backwards, one should gently use the front brakes to aid the motorcycle and then shift into the first gear.
Question 9
What are the 3 steps to driving over objects safely?
A
Grip the handlebars firmly, maintain a straight path, and then use the threshold braking system.
B
Grip the handlebars firmly, curve to one side, and raise yourself a little on the footrests.
C
Grip the handlebars firmly, curve to one side, and speed up a little.
D
Grip the handlebars firmly, maintain a straight path, and raise yourself a little on the footrests.
Question 9 Explanation: 
If you are unable to drive around objects, to drive over them, one should grip the handlebars well and keep a straight path while rising a little on the footrests. To ease the suspension, a bit on the front end, apply a little throttle.
Question 10
Is it permissible to carry passengers with an M1 license?
A
No, it is against the law to carry passengers.
B
It is permissible in case one is driving a moped.
C
One can carry passengers on a motorcycle as long as a speed of below 60 km/h is maintained.
D
One can do so on a moped while maintaining a speed that is under 60 km/h.
Question 10 Explanation: 
With only an M1 license, it is illegal to carry passengers. And regardless of the stage in the license program one cannot carry passengers on a moped.
Question 11
A red signal light with a green arrow is shown at an intersection This indicates:
A
To stop and then proceed
B
To stop and wait for a green signal before making a turn in the direction of the arrow
C
that the green arrow is a signal for pedestrians only
D
To proceed with caution in the direction of arrow
Question 12
How does selecting a motorcycle safety course affect the time taken to reach the M2 license?
A
It reduces the period by 4 months.
B
It reduces the period by 6 months.
C
It reduces the period by 1 month.
D
It reduces the period by 2 months.
Question 12 Explanation: 
Along with decreasing the amount of time to be spent at Level 2 by 4 months you will also pick up invaluable safety tricks and effective driving methods.
Question 13
Motorcycle registration includes which documents?
A
It includes insurance coverage and a license plate.
B
None of the above
C
It includes insurance coverage and a vehicle permit.
D
It includes a vehicle permit and a license plate.
Question 13 Explanation: 
The public roads in Ontario require every vehicle to have a license plate. Along with the registration, one also receives a vehicle permit.
Question 14
In case a motorcycle’s colour is changed, what are you required to do?
A
One has to apply for an emissions test with Drive Clean.
B
Simply adhere to all road safety standards and no other action is needed.
C
Inform the Driver and Vehicle License Issuing Office in a period of 60 days from the change.
D
Inform the Driver and Vehicle License Issuing Office within 6 days of the change.
Question 14 Explanation: 
A vehicle registration involves a license plate and a vehicle permit. The latter requires an exact description of the vehicle so any change to the appearance has to be registered.
Question 15
In a given situation where you have your M2, preferably M license, how will your motorcycle react if you carry passengers?
A
The motorcycle will react more slowly due to the extra weight.
B
The motorcycle will react quickly due to the extra weight.
C
All the mentioned statements are false.
D
There will be no difference in how the motorcycle reacts with or without the passenger.
Question 15 Explanation: 
When you are carrying a passenger, drive slowly, and keep distance as the motorcycle will react slowly due to the extra weight.
Question 16
On your motorcycle tires, what is the minimum depth of the tire tread that you should have?
A
3.5 mm
B
2.5 mm
C
4.5 mm
D
1.5 mm
Question 16 Explanation: 
The traction and the braking ability of your motorcycle will be negatively affected in case of improper tire tread. The tire tread should be even and a minimum depth of the tire tread should be 1.5mm to ensure best braking.
Question 17
On a paved road with two lanes, which part of the road will have a greater amount of gravel and sand accumulated?
A
The central part of the road/pavement.
B
The entire road and/or pavement.
C
Along the sides of the pavement or at the edge of the road.
D
Portions close to the centre of the road.
Question 17 Explanation: 
The edges of the road collect the most gravel and sand and debris as the tires and winds from fast vehicles clear all these off the road and push them to the side. Motorcyclists should steer clear of the edges when entering or leaving a freeway or while making turns at intersections.
Question 18
Upon approaching a stop sign, what does the law require you to do before entering an intersection?
A
Stop, sound horn, and then proceed
B
Slow down and if way is clear, proceed
C
Slow down, sound horn, and proceed
D
Stop, and when it is safe to do so, proceed
Question 19
Driving in foggy conditions when the visibility is getting increasingly poor, a motorcyclist should…
A
Shift to the fast lane and drive quickly to get out of the fog.
B
Move off the road and park in a safe parking area and wait it out until the fog clears up.
C
Drive at a reduced speed and use the horn to alert others.
D
Switch on the motorcycle flashers, and stop and park in the left lane.
Question 19 Explanation: 
It is important not to stop in parts of the road that are used by traffic. Oncoming vehicles from the back may not be able to see you and this can cause a collision.
Question 20
When driving a motorcycle, it is compulsory to carry which documents at all times?
A
You should carry your driver’s license, pink liability insurance card, and permit.
B
Just the valid driver’s license is needed.
C
None of the above
D
Just the pink liability insurance card is required.
Question 20 Explanation: 
If asked by a law enforcement officer one has to present these documents on spot. You will not be given a window period to produce these documents. Failure in complying with this policy will immediately result in a fine.
Question 21
What are the documents required for registering or renewing registration of a motorcycle?
A
Proof that one owns a motorcycle for which the registration is being conducted.
B
Proof of valid insurance coverage.
C
Proof that one owns a helmet.
D
None of these proofs are required.
Question 21 Explanation: 
Providing false proof of registration is a felony that can be punished by a severe fine, by a suspended license or having the motorcycle confiscated.
Question 22
If you are stopped at an intersection behind a vehicle and notice another vehicle approaching from the back and it poses the risk of hitting you and causing an accident you need to prepare to…
A
Get closer to the vehicle in front of you.
B
Maintain your current position.
C
Speed up and shift lanes.
D
Move out of the way and pull alongside the vehicle ahead of you.
Question 22 Explanation: 
Even when stopped at an intersection, it is important to keep an eye out for everything on the road.
Question 23
In case the chain breaks, what should one do? (Choose 2)
A
Speed up and continue driving.
B
None of the mentioned steps should be followed.
C
Hold the handlebars tightly to maintain control on the motorcycle.
D
As soon as it is safe to do so, pull off the road.
Question 23 Explanation: 
Chains can break if they have been extended too far and this can result in skidding. In case of a break, one should keep control over the vehicle and move off the road as quick as possible.
Question 24
Which kind of mirrors give an image showing objects at a farther distance than they actually are?
A
Mirrors those are broken.
B
Mirrors that are tinted.
C
Flat mirrors.
D
Convex mirrors.
Question 24 Explanation: 
Since mirrors do not present a 100% accurate image of the road it is important to also check over the shoulder. Mirrors give a strong general idea of the situation but it is essential to check yourself, as well.
Question 25
According to the law in Ontario, the motorcyclist and the passenger have to…
A
Carry tools along all the time.
B
Wear proper helmets approved by official standards. The helmets must be affixed with the chin-strap securely fastened.
C
Wear brightly colored apparel all the time.
D
Stay away from driving at night.
Question 25 Explanation: 
Ensure that the helmet you are using meets the state standards that are specified. The helmets should be sturdy and in good condition.
Question 26
If another vehicle suddenly stop 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?
A
Apply both brakes and come to a halt.
B
Use your horn and alert the other driver.
C
Apply just the front brakes.
D
Turn or move out of the way fast.
Question 26 Explanation: 
There are situations where braking might not prevent hitting something in your way and it is important to move out of the path. Do so by leaning your motorcycle in the direction you want to go.
Question 27
When preparing to drive an unfamiliar motorcycle, it is important to…
A
Check the size of the motorcycle.
B
Ensure you have your helmet.
C
Check the brakes first.
D
Check the style of the motorcycle.
Question 27 Explanation: 
After you have tested the braking system, study the controls of the motorcycle. Placement and functions of controls can vary and it is important to get acquainted with those of a new motorcycle before driving it.
Question 28
A broken line at the left of your lane means:
A
Pass only during day light hours
B
Pass at any time
C
You may pass if the way is clear
D
Never pass
Question 29
How does cold weather influence the motorcycle’s functioning?
A
It reduces the temperature of the engine oil.
B
It results in the handlebars freezing.
C
It results in the brake fluid freezing.
D
It decreases the pressure of the tires.
Question 29 Explanation: 
To combat this problem. it is important to keep a regular track of the tire pressure.
Question 30
If you make modifications to a motorcycle what should you ensure first?
A
Make sure that the modifications are made properly.
B
Make sure the modifications comply with the Highway Traffic Act.
C
All answers are correct.
D
Make sure the safety and the performance of the vehicle is not affected in any manner.
Question 30 Explanation: 
Assess the possible effects of modifications in advance and take a decision based on careful evaluation. Some modifications can affect performance and safety and others do not meet legal standards.
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