Alberta Motorcycle Test 07

Taking the Alberta motorcycle practice test is essential for preparing for the required knowledge test before obtaining your driver’s license. With multiple-choice questions, this online practice test is a valuable resource to test your knowledge and understanding of the rules and regulations governing motorcycle riding in Alberta.

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Alberta Motorcycle Practice Test 07

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Are you able to use the same lane to pass another motorcycle?

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A motorcycle and sidecar unit may do what during acceleration?

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What should you do with your following distance when you carry a passenger?

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Why should you instruct your passenger to look over your shoulder in the direction of an approaching turn or curve?

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What is a staggered position?

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What should you use to secure your load?

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Unexpected or sudden movements by the passenger will cause what to happen?

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The third rider rides a minimum of how far behind the leader in the same portion of the lane as the leader?

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When should the rider pass?

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Why should a riding group be an odd number?

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Riders on a two-lane highway must pass...?

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The presence of a motorcycle in this position does what?

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Where should heavy items be placed in the trailer?

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Who should be in the lead position of the group?

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Why should you load saddle bags with about the same weight on each side of the motorcycle?

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On a multi-lane highway, usually the best choice is for the group to ride in is...?

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Is it illegal to ride side by side in the same lane?

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To keep a riding group together, and maintain an adequate space cushion, how should you ride?

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If you carry cargo, it is safest to carry it...?

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Braking forces can cause the motorcycle and sidecar to do what?

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The second rider stays a minimum of how far behind the leader in the other portion of the same lane

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On a two-lane highway (one lane for travel in each direction), the leader should ride...?

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Mounting cargo anywhere behind the rear axle can do what?

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Riding groups should have no more than how many riders?

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What is referred to as the dominant position?

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The primary objective of taking this practice test is to equip you with the proper knowledge, making it easier to pass the actual knowledge test on the first try. By familiarizing yourself with motorcycle laws and regulations beforehand, you can significantly increase your chances of taking the test successfully. We highly recommend utilizing this free online practice test to ensure you are well-prepared and confident before heading to your local licensing office to take the crucial motorcycle knowledge test.

Getting Ready For Alberta Motorcycle Road Test

Riding a motorcycle can be an exhilarating experience that demands skill, safety, and a proper understanding of traffic laws. As you prepare for your motorcycle road test, it is important to be thoroughly prepared. Here is a comprehensive guide to help you ensure that you are ready to confidently ride on the street on this important day.

Simulate Test Conditions

One effective preparation method is to simulate the road test environment as closely as possible. This might involve practicing at the same time of day your test is scheduled or in the same areas where you anticipate riding. The more you can replicate the test experience, the more at ease you’ll be during the real thing.

Building Confidence and Control

Confidence is the key to any road test; on a motorcycle, it must be mixed with a strong sense of control. Regular practice is the foundation of this. Make sure you’re comfortable and have a relaxed posture on the bike, with a firm grip on the handlebars. Confidence comes from competence, so keep practicing until you feel prepared.

Test Route Familiarization

Become familiar with the roads and routes frequently used for motorcycle tests. This can give you a psychological edge, as you will know what’s coming. Familiarity with the test route can eliminate the element of surprise and reduce stress on the test day.