BC Motorcycle Test 06

Taking the BC motorcycle practice test is essential in preparing for the British Columbia Motorcycle Test. This online test, with multiple choice questions, is free and accessible to everyone seeking their Motorcycle Class 6 license.

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BC Motorcycle Practice Test 06

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How should you ride in a group?

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When stopping at a railway crossing, what is the furthest you should stop to the rail?

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Which statement is false? Prescription drugs including sedatives, tranquilizers, painkillers and some antidepressants can affect...?

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What is the exception for the cellphone law?

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Which statement is false? Which of the following would you need to do to prepare your bike to take a passenger?

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Which of the following is not a symptom that alcohol can affect a rider's sight?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for staying focused while riding?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for protecting yourself from impairment while riding?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for controlling your emotions while riding?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for leaving your phone alone while riding?

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Construction zone speed limits apply for how many hours a day when posted?

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Where do you receive most of your riding information from?

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Experts suggest you have about how many kilometres of riding experience before carrying a passenger?

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Are you allowed to carry passengers with a learner's licence or with a Class 6 or 8 licence that has a passenger restriction?

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Which statement is false? Carrying a passenger will affect how your bike handles, including the following...?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for handling negative peer pressure while riding?

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Which of the following is not a possible repercussion if you drink and ride?

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In BC, who are prohibited by law from using hand held electronic devices while driving?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for seeing and hearing effectively while riding?

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When stopping at a railway crossing, what is the closest you should stop to the rail?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for staying awake while riding?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for keeping passengers safe while riding?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for identifying your riding style while riding?

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If you are feeling impaired after taking a drug or medication, when should you begin to ride?

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Studies show that drivers who are talking on a cell phone lose about what per cent of what is going on around them, visually?

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Are GLP riders and drivers restricted from operating hands free electronic devices while driving?

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Combining even a small amount of alcohol with drugs does what?

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Whenever you carry a passenger, you'll need to make adjustments both to your riding techniques and to your motorcycle in order to compensate for what?

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Does the cellphone law apply whenever you are in control of the motorcycle, even when you are stopped at a light or in bumper-to-bumper traffic?

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Which of the following is not a symptom that alcohol can affect a rider's thought?

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By taking this practice test, you’ll understand the rules of the road, safety measures, and other essential factors critical to riding a motorcycle safely and responsibly in British Columbia. With the information and experience gained from this practice test, passing the BC Motorcycle Knowledge test with flying colors is within your reach. As you prepare for the test, revisit the questions you struggled with during the practice test and take advantage of other resources available, such as riding courses and knowledgeable instructors. Passing the BC Motorcycle knowledge test with flying colors will not only earn you your Motorcycle Class 6 license but also provide you with the confidence and skills to safely enjoy the open road on your motorcycle.

Tips for Success on Test Day

Below are some helpful tips to keep in mind on the day of your driving test:

  • Get a good night’s sleep the night before to ensure you’re well-rested and alert during the exam.
  • Eat a nutritious breakfast to fuel your brain and body for optimal performance.
  • Arrive early to familiarize yourself with the testing location and process.
  • Stay calm and focused, taking deep breaths to relax any nerves.
  • Pay close attention to the examiner’s instructions, as they may provide hints or tips during the test.
  • Use proper driving techniques, such as checking mirrors frequently and using turn signals consistently.
  • Keep your eyes on the road and avoid distractions, such as looking at the examiner or fidgeting with your phone.
  • Practice safe and defensive driving habits, following all road signs and signals while obeying speed limits and yielding to other vehicles when necessary.
  • If you make a mistake, stay calm and continue with the test. Don’t let one error affect your entire performance.