Alberta Motorcycle Test 04

Taking the Alberta motorcycle practice test is a crucial step in preparing for the required Alberta motorcycle driver’s license. This test lets you determine your knowledge and understanding of traffic laws and road signs, ultimately leading to safe and responsible riding practices.


Alberta Motorcycle Practice Test 04

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When passing parked vehicles, where should you position your motorcycle?

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Which statement is false? What are your options if a vehicle suddenly enters your lane?

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Why should you avoid riding between a large vehicle and the curb?

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Which statement is false? What risks could happen while passing a parked vehicle?

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What is the best protection you have while riding near other vehicles?

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If you cannot see the driver in a vehicle's mirrors, what does that mean?

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Why should you avoid slowing or accelerating suddenly while in the curve when the motorcycle is leaning?

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When travelling around a curve, you and the motorcycle must lean toward which direction?

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During a curve, look well ahead and keep your eyes looking where?

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What should you do if the vehicle behind is following you too closely?

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Which statement is false? Why is the left portion of a lane usually the safest place to ride on a two-lane roadway?

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What is the minimum safe following distance?

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You can apply both brakes in a curve in an emergency, but do not do this while the motorcycle is...?

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Which statement is false? Skids are often the result of...?

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Where should you position your motorcycle while riding on a multi-lane roadway?

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What is the best thing to do if you are not familiar with the road?

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If a skid occurs, what should you do?

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When you need to ride in the lane next to the dividing yellow line on a multi-lane roadway, where should you position your motorcycle?

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On a multi-lane road, which is the best riding position on a multi-lane roadway?

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Which statement is false? A space cushion allows you...?

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Are you allowed to ride next to another motorcycle in the same lane?

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Which space cushion is easiest to control?

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When must the motorcycle lean more?

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Which of the following is not a sign that a vehicle may pull away from a parked position?

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Why should you avoid riding close to the edge of your lane or to the curb?

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With the help of this practice test, you can evaluate your strengths and weaknesses and focus on areas that require improvement. Studying the Alberta Driver’s Guide and utilizing online resources can increase your chances of passing the motorcycle knowledge test on the first try. Achieving success on your first attempt will save you valuable time and money and ensure you obtain your desired license without any delays. With dedication and effort, passing the motorcycle knowledge test is attainable, providing the confidence and skills to embark on a safe and fulfilling riding experience.

Prepare for Your Alberta Motorcycle Road Tes

Organized and dedicated practice will pay off as you prepare for your motorcycle road test. Remember, the key to success combines technical skill, rule knowledge, and a focused attitude. By following these steps, you’ll position yourself to pass the exam and ride safely and confidently for many miles afterward.

Safety First: The Test Day Checklist

On the day of the road test, you want to ensure your focus is on the road, not on what you forgot. Here’s a checklist to ensure you’re completely ready:

  • Documents: Bring all required documents, including your learner’s permit and any forms the DMV has asked you to complete.
  • Proper Gear: Whether it’s a jacket, gloves, or helmet, ensure you’re wearing all the right clothing and in good condition.
  • The Motorcycle: Ensure your bike is in good working order. Check the tires, fluids, lights, and controls before you head out.
  • Preparation: Get a good night’s sleep, eat a proper meal, and arrive at the test location early to allow time for any last-minute jitters.
  • Mental Checklist: Before the examiner arrives, review everything you’ve learned and are about to demonstrate.