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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Speed up and shift lanes.
Maintain your current position.
Get closer to the vehicle in front of you.
Move out of the way and pull alongside the vehicle ahead of you.
They reduce the capacity to execute good shoulder checks but ensure an unflagging journey.
They raise the capacity to execute good shoulder checks and make sure you don’t get tired quickly.
They reduce the capacity to perform good shoulder checks and can cause you to tire easily.
They increase the capacity to execute good shoulder checks.
The motorcycle will react quickly due to the extra weight.
The motorcycle will react more slowly due to the extra weight.
All the mentioned statements are false.
There will be no difference in how the motorcycle reacts with or without the passenger.
One can carry passengers on a motorcycle as long as a speed of below 60 km/h is maintained.
It is permissible in case one is driving a moped.
One can do so on a moped while maintaining a speed that is under 60 km/h.
No, it is against the law to carry passengers.
Along the sides of the pavement or at the edge of the road.
Portions close to the centre of the road.
The entire road and/or pavement.
The central part of the road/pavement.
Speed up and continue driving.
Hold the handlebars tightly to maintain control on the motorcycle.
As soon as it is safe to do so, pull off the road.
None of the mentioned steps should be followed.
You should carry your driver’s license, pink liability insurance card, and permit.
Just the pink liability insurance card is required.
Just the valid driver’s license is needed.
None of the above
Check the style of the motorcycle.
Check the size of the motorcycle.
Ensure you have your helmet.
Check the brakes first.
All of the above
Raise the throttle and increase the speed and then come to a stop.
Slowly tilt your motorcycle in the direction you want to turn and drive.
Quickly lean the motorcycle and proceed to turn in the direction you want to go.
Stop, sound horn, and then proceed
Stop, and when it is safe to do so, proceed
Slow down and if way is clear, proceed
Slow down, sound horn, and proceed
To stop and wait for a green signal before making a turn in the direction of the arrow
that the green arrow is a signal for pedestrians only
To stop and then proceed
To proceed with caution in the direction of arrow
It includes insurance coverage and a license plate.
None of the above
It includes insurance coverage and a vehicle permit.
It includes a vehicle permit and a license plate.
Apply just the front brakes.
Apply both brakes and come to a halt.
Use your horn and alert the other driver.
Turn or move out of the way fast.
None of the above
So that the speed is not suddenly decreased.
So that the speed is not mistakenly increased.
So that the brake is not suddenly applied.
It is possible if you are at least 21 years of age and have a valid license.
It is possible if you are at least 16 years of age and have a valid motorcycle license.
It is possible if you are at least 18 years of age and have a valid motorcycle license.
It is possible if you are at least 18 years of age and have a valid license.
Stay away from driving at night.
Wear brightly colored apparel all the time.
Wear proper helmets approved by official standards. The helmets must be affixed with the chin-strap securely fastened.
Carry tools along all the time.
Glance about you.
Carry a pillion rider along.
Adjust your mirrors.
Switch on the motorcycle’s four-way flashers.
You may pass if the way is clear
Pass at any time
Pass only during day light hours
Make sure that the modifications are made properly.
Make sure the modifications comply with the Highway Traffic Act.
Make sure the safety and the performance of the vehicle is not affected in any manner.
All answers are correct.
Accelerate to speed up and then shift to the left.
Accelerate to speed up and then shift to the right.
Shift to the right tire track and decrease your speed.
Move to the left tire track and decrease your speed.
A full-faced helmet.
A helmet with a three quarter face cover.
None of these helmets qualify.
The half-faced variety.
Proof of valid insurance coverage.
Proof that one owns a helmet.
None of these proofs are required.
Proof that one owns a motorcycle for which the registration is being conducted.
Move off the road and park in a safe parking area and wait it out until the fog clears up.
Shift to the fast lane and drive quickly to get out of the fog.
Switch on the motorcycle flashers, and stop and park in the left lane.
Drive at a reduced speed and use the horn to alert others.
Mirrors those are broken.
Mirrors that are tinted.
Grip the handlebars firmly, maintain a straight path, and raise yourself a little on the footrests.
Grip the handlebars firmly, curve to one side, and speed up a little.
Grip the handlebars firmly, maintain a straight path, and then use the threshold braking system.
Grip the handlebars firmly, curve to one side, and raise yourself a little on the footrests.
Inform the Driver and Vehicle License Issuing Office within 6 days of the change.
Simply adhere to all road safety standards and no other action is needed.
One has to apply for an emissions test with Drive Clean.
Inform the Driver and Vehicle License Issuing Office in a period of 60 days from the change.
One should avoid shifting into first gear.
One should keep from rolling backwards.
When starting the engine, one should not use the front brakes.
One should avoid stalling.
It results in the handlebars freezing.
It decreases the pressure of the tires.
It results in the brake fluid freezing.
It reduces the temperature of the engine oil.
It reduces the period by 6 months.
It reduces the period by 2 months.
It reduces the period by 4 months.
It reduces the period by 1 month.
Taking a motorcycle safety course is beneficial for many reasons, not the least of which is an insurance premium discount. Motorcycle club discount available if you are a member of a motorcycle rider's club, like the CMA.
Determine how much you need to borrow to finance the purchase of your motorcycle. Be sure to borrow only as much as you need because you'll be paying interest on the loan.