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. Some insurance companies offer students who complete motorcycle safety courses insurance discounts.
Motorcycle M1 Quiz - Rules 6
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The helmet should be placed on the road near your motorcycle.
The helmet should be fastened to the back of the motorcycle.
The helmet should be hung on the handlebars.
The helmet should be kept on so that you do not have to put it on again.
Make sure that the surface of the road is hard and good to drive on.
Check the mirrors and signal before pulling off.
All the mentioned steps should be followed.
Make sure that the spot you choose is away from the moving traffic to avoid any accidents.
It is unsafe to pass.
Pass at your discretion.
Overtake and pass with caution.
Pass only when no traffic is sight.
Tire tread, shockers, brakes, stereo, seat cover, and all other hardware should be checked weekly.
The rims and wheels, shockers, brakes, chain, stereo, and all other hardware should be checked weekly.
Tire tread, shockers, paint, stereo, seat cover, and all other software should be checked weekly.
The rims and wheels, shock absorbers, brakes, chain, tire tread, and all other hardware should be checked weekly.
Neither one is correct.
The one moving faster.
The vehicle approaching from the left should have the courtesy to proceed first.
The vehicle approaching from the right should have the courtesy to proceed first.
The best way to pass stopped vehicles at an intersection.
The best way to get to your destination fast.
A sign of inexperienced or aggressive riders.
A common practice of experienced riders.
One is going to halt at an intersection.
One is going to embark on a long trip.
One is planning to change lanes, make a turn, stop, or slow down.
One is about to start the motorcycle.
You should not be driving in the curb lane.
You should drive in the right tire track.
You should drive in the centre tire track.
You should drive in the left tire track.
They should be switched on only during the day.
The headlights should be switched on only at night.
The need to be turned on only between sunrise and sunset.
They should be on all the time, even in the daytime.
Turning the ignition switch ON, and making sure the engine kill switch in not in the "OFF" position., change the gear to neutral, apply choke (if needed), pull in the clutch and press the starter button.
One has to turn on the ignition, make sure the kill switch is off, change the gear to reverse, apply choke (if needed), press in the clutch, and push the starter button.
One has to turn on the ignition, make sure the kill switch is off, change the gear to neutral, apply choke (if needed), pull in clutch, and press the starter button.
None of the above
Try to swerve around it.
Get off the moving motorcycle.
Ride into the animal in order to avoid skidding.
None of the mentioned steps should be followed.
You must stop.
You may proceed straight through if the way is clear.
You may turn to the right if the way is clear.
You may turn to the left if the way is clear.
The weight should be shifted to the back.
The weight should be alternated between the front and the back.
The weight should be shifted to the front.
The weight should not be shifted.
Try not to apply brakes when making a turn.
Try to downshift when stopping.
Not put on the headlights.
Stay away from shifting lanes.
Driving past a vehicle that is turning to the right.
Driving in front of a large vehicle.
Passing a vehicle that is turning to the left.
Experiencing an emergency of some sort.
Put yourself in a position where you can see as much as possible of the road ahead
Drive in the centre of the road.
Drive near the boundaries of the road.
Switch the four-way flashers on so others will be able to see you.
Neglecting to use both the front and back brakes.
Vehicles driving forward at the intersection.
Not keeping the headlights on all the time.
Driving out from a side street or because of another vehicle turning left into the motorcyclist’s way.
After the motorcycle has started, get on and sit as close to you as possible, and cling to the handlebars.
After the motorcycle has started, get on and sit towards the rear end of the motorcycle, and hold your waist firmly.
After the motorcycle has started, get on and sit towards the rear end of the motorcycle and cling to the handlebars.
After the motorcycle has started, get on and sit as close to you as possible, and hold your waist firmly.
By wearing dark clothing in deep colours.
By switching the headlight and tail-lights on and by wearing brightly-coloured clothing and helmet.
By wearing protective gear.
By keeping the four-way flashers switched on the whole time.
All of the above
The centre lane.
It is important to be careful. The lanes do not matter.
The passing lane.
One should not be driving in the passing lane at any time.
The right tire track.
The left tire track.
In the centre tire track.
The lane next to an exit ramp. Other vehicles may not see you and might cut you off in front as they exit.
One should steer clear of freeway lanes that are difficult to merge into. You should do this even if you have the signal on early.
The lane next to the entrance ramp from where all the traffic will be merging.
All answers are correct.
All of the above
Avoid kicking the dog and maintaining the control and balance of the bike.
Get the dog out of the way by kicking it gently and then focus on driving.
Continue riding and avoid the dog as it shall be outrun by the motorcycle anyway.
Minimize and prevent hurt or damage caused by collisions and the impact of debris, wind and rain.
Protect the rider from insects.
Prevent sunburns on bright summer days.
Protect the motorcyclist from mosquitoes.
All of the above
This way of slowing down is appropriate and is not dangerous at all.
The brake lights will not turn on, thereby, making it dangerous to slow down.
The other drivers will not know you are slowing down.
Is never recommended
Should be used when riding on curves
Should not be used on curves, during turns, or when entering or exiting a highway
Is recommended at all times
Maintain as upright and vertical a position as possible.
Angle the motorcycle towards the right.
Angle the motorcycle towards the left.
Move one’s weight as far back as one can.
The permit and the license plates.
A receipt for the purchase.
The driving license of the seller.
Used Vehicle Information package.
Is never an appropriate option
Should only be done if it can be done smoothly
Is the best way to control your speed
Is better than shifting before the curve
The body of the rider will lean more than what is necessary.
The motorcycle can slide off the road and crash.
The rider may panic and brake too hard and thus lock the wheels, slide, and then crash.
None of the above
If you are getting a motorcycle loan from a dealer, this will likely cost you the most in finance charges unless they have promotional financing available at reduced interest rates.