BC Motorcycle Test 02

Taking the BC motorcycle practice test is essential to passing the BC Motorcycle knowledge test with flying colors. The practice test helps you to familiarize yourself with the types of questions and format of the actual test, making you better prepared to answer all the questions and pass the test.

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BC Motorcycle Practice Test 02

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Do most motorcycle indicators cancel automatically?

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Most newer motorcycles have an electric starter instead of what?

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Clothing such as leather and good-quality synthetics, such as Kevlar and Cordura nylon, offer good protection from what?

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Why should gloves cover your wrists and overlap the sleeves of your jacket?

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Why should you check that sleeve and leg cuffs are long and snug enough?

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It's best to use gloves that are designed for what?

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What is the purpose of the fuel supply valve?

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Do most motorcycle windshields give adequate protection for your eyes or face?

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Which gear should the bike be in before starting it?

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What do most motorcycles have to help start a cold engine?

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What happens if you forget to turn the fuel supply valve to 'On'?

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How should you adjust the mirrors?

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The soles of your footwear should be...?

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Which statement is false? A full-face helmet provides the best protection in a collision as well as protection from...?

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What colour is the neutral light?

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Most motorcycles have neutral, plus how many other gears?

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Even on warm days, the motorcycle's speed creates a wind that can do what?

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Why should you wear the correct clothing while riding?

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Where is the fuel supply valve located?

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What's the purpose of placing the key in the lock position before removing the key?

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Will a full-face helmet restrict your hearing?

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Where is the throttle located?

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What does squeezing the clutch lever do?

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Where is the rear brake pedal located?

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Which type of motorcycle does not have a fuel supply valve?

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With linked braking, applying the front or rear brake lever does what?

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When deciding on a shield, why should you check that air can flow freely on the inside?

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If you choose a helmet that doesn't have full-face protection, what else should you wear?

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The rear brake is usually operated by what?

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Jackets and pants should fit snugly but comfortably, and should not do what while you are riding?

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Passing the BC Motorcycle knowledge test with flying colors ensures that you are licensed to ride a motorcycle in British Columbia and demonstrates your awareness and understanding of the rules of the road. This also helps promote safety and reduce accidents on the road. Therefore, taking the BC motorcycle practice test seriously and preparing thoroughly for the actual test are critical steps toward earning your Motorcycle Class 6 license in BC.

Key Topics Covered in BC Motorcycle Knowledge Test

Delving into the material that forms the bedrock of the ICBC Motorcycle Knowledge Test is a fundamental aspect of preparation. Here are the core subjects you need to be well-versed in:

Road Signs and Signals

Understanding and promptly reacting to road signs and signals is one of the most critical aspects of the test and, more importantly, safe motorcycling. This includes comprehending the meaning of various signs, understanding traffic signals, and navigating common roadway conditions.

Traffic Laws and Regulations

A solid understanding of traffic laws as they apply to motorcycle riders in British Columbia is essential. This portion of the test will focus on right-of-way rules, speed limits, overtaking, and passing, as well as essential tips for sharing the road with other motorists.

Motorcycle Handling and Safety

The last segment of the test will probe your motorcycle control and safety knowledge, encompassing safe riding practices, defensive driving strategies, and the significance of protective gear.