BC Motorcycle Test 04

Taking the BC motorcycle practice test is essential to obtaining a motorcycle Class 6 licence in British Columbia. By doing so, candidates will be able to prepare adequately for the official test required to obtain the licence.


BC Motorcycle Practice Test 04

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When you stop behind another vehicle at an intersection, how much space should you leave between your motorcycle and the vehicle ahead?

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When you double your speed, your braking distance increases by...?

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What is referred to as central vision?

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What does 'cover your brake' mean?

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When you want to slow down or stop, how should you use the gears?

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Why should you never pass when going up a hill?

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What are the most common crash type involving motorcycles?

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The front brake is the most powerful; it provides how much of your stopping power?

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At what speed will the bike feel steadier?

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Which statement is false? It is illegal to park on the following...?

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When you go around a curve, inertia tries to keep you going in which direction?

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What percentage of crashes in BC happen at intersections?

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What is a space conflict?

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How do you compensate for a blocked view ahead while riding behind a large truck?

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How far from a fire hydrant are you allowed to park?

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What will allow you to get more power?

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Why should you park at a 45-degree angle when parking on a street?

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Which statement is false? You should check your mirrors...?

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What is the minimum following distance while riding at city speeds?

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Is it illegal to coast downhill in neutral or with the clutch in?

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At medium or high riding speeds, the rider and the motorcycle should...?

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At what speed has the motorcycle unsteady, wanders easily and requires constant balancing and steering correction?

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When doing a legal U-turn, how much visibility must you have from other vehicles?

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If your view is blocked after you have stopped at an intersection, what should you do before you ride through?

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When is the best time to brake?

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At triple the speed you will need how much braking distance?

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Which statement is false? Use a mirror and shoulder check whenever you plan to do the following...?

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Make sure you know what's coming up on the road by scanning at least how far ahead?

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What are space margins?

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Why should you check your blind spot before making a turn?

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Passing the BC Motorcycle knowledge test with flying colors indicates that the candidate deeply understands the rules and regulations governing a motorcycle’s operation in British Columbia. This comprehensive knowledge includes safe driving practices, traffic laws, and proper bike handling skills. Passing this test with flying colors indicates that the candidate is a responsible and knowledgeable rider who understands the importance of safety while operating a motorcycle.

Tips for Success

Studying diligently is one part of the equation; the other is navigating the test-taking process. Here’s how to approach the exam with confidence:

Focus on High-Priority Topics

While all sections of the test hold significance, prioritizing your revision based on the weight of each topic is a sensible approach. Ensure you’re excellent on traffic signs and signals, as these questions often carry the most weight.

Time Management During the Test

Effective time management is critical, especially given the multiple-choice format. Skim through questions quickly, marking those you’re unsure of, and then return to them after addressing the ones you feel more confident about.

Strategies for Answering Multiple-Choice Questions

With multiple-choice questions, you can often eliminate incorrect answers simply by understanding the question and the available options. Read the questions and answers thoroughly and consider each option carefully before selecting.