Alberta Motorcycle Test 05

Taking the Alberta motorcycle practice test is an excellent way to prepare yourself for the mandatory motorcycle knowledge test to obtain your driver’s license in the province. With this online practice test, individuals seeking a motorcycle license can study and test their knowledge of traffic laws, road signs, and safe driving practices.

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Alberta Motorcycle Practice Test 05

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Which statement is FALSE? Do not pass a vehicle travelling in the same direction...?

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Why should you not pass by squeezing between vehicles ahead using the area between lanes?

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If a vehicle is indicating entering from the right side of the intersection, why should you use the left portion of your lane?

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When riding around a curve, which lane position should you take?

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If the wind is extreme, your safest choice is...?

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What should riders do when passing emergency vehicles or tow trucks that are stopped with their lights flashing?

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When should you assume that the other driver has seen you?

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If an oncoming driver is indicating turning left, or a driver is indicating entering the intersection from the left, what should you do?

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If vehicles are indicating entering the intersection from both sides of the intersection, why should you use the left portion of your lane?

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What happens if you overdrive your headlights?

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What should you do when your ability to see clearly is decreased?

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If your motorcycle stalls in an intersection and cannot be started, what should happen next?

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Change from your high beam to your low beam headlights before you are how far from the vehicle ahead?

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Scan your path of travel at least how far ahead in urban areas?

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In windy conditions, grip the motorcycle tightly with...?

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Change from your high beam to your low beam headlights before you are how far from oncoming vehicles ahead?

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Which statement is FALSE? To reduce the risk of collisions at intersections, do the following...?

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Before the crest of a hill, which lane position should you take?

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Which statement is FALSE? Do not pass if...?

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When a vehicle is passing you on a two-lane highway, what should you do?

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What is hydroplaning?

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Scan your path of travel at least how far ahead in rural areas?

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What happens if you use high beam headlights in the fog?

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A large vehicle coming toward you can cause what?

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Why should you ride in the left portion of your lane when passing on a two-lane roadway?

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When studying for the exam, it is essential to make use of all available resources, including the Alberta driver’s handbook, practice tests, and any pre-test advice that might be available from friends or family members who have already taken the test. By familiarizing yourself with the material and taking advantage of the mock tests, you can increase your chances of passing the motorcycle knowledge test on the first try. This knowledge test determines whether an individual knows and understands the road rules related to motorcycle driving, and successfully passing it is the first step to becoming a fully licensed motorcycle driver in Alberta.

How to Prepare for Your Motorcycle Road Test

Riding a motorcycle is a thrilling experience that requires skill, safety, and a solid understanding of the rules of the road. As you gear up for your motorcycle road test, thorough preparation is crucial. Here’s your comprehensive guide to ensuring you’re ready to hit the pavement on this important day confidently.

Understanding the Road Test Requirements

The journey to obtaining your motorcycle license begins with understanding what’s expected of you. Start by acquainting yourself with the precise requirements of your licensing authority. Each area may have slightly different criteria for a pass on the road test, so make sure you’re clear on what you need to practice.

Dive into the Manual

The official motorcycle manual is your go-to guide for passing the road test and becoming a safe rider. It’s packed with essential information on techniques, signs, laws, and safety tips. Delve into this resource and extract every bit of knowledge it offers.

Mastering Your Motorcycle Maneuvers

Your agility and skill in handling a motorcycle will be tested. Regularly practice basic skills such as starting, stopping, turning, swerving, and signaling until they are second nature. For example, perform repeated exercises like U-turns, figure eights in tight spaces, or emergency stops to sharpen your maneuvering.