Manitoba Motorcycle Test 04

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Manitoba Motorcycle Practice Test 04

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Which statement is false? When approaching loose material on a roadway, you should do the following...?

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You should cross a railway crossing at what angle?

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What should you do in a high-speed skid?

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Which statement is false? If an animal crosses or is near your path...?

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Which statement is false? Slippery surfaces reduce the friction between the motorcycle tires and the road surface, so you should be careful of the following...?

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Which statement is false? If you develop a speed wobble, you should...?

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If you can't avoid rough surfaces, you should...?

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Which statement is false? If you have to leave the pavement, try to do all your slowing and steering before you leave the paved surface and...?

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When riding over grated surfaces such as bridges, the motorcycle will tend to do what?

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A Class 6 driver can operate a motorcycle only during daylight hours, which is...?

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Which statement is false? To avoid colliding with an animal, you should slow down...?

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What should you do in a slow-speed skid?

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Which statement is false? If your throttle sticks, you should do the following...?

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If an obstacle cannot be avoided, what should you do?

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If the rear tire blows, what should you do?

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If you've had too much to drink, what will eliminate alcohol from your body?

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After you have reduced your speed on loose surfaces, what should you do next?

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Most motorcycle skids are caused by what?

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Which statement is false? In conditions where visibility is reduced (for example, bad weather), take extra precautions such as...?

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Don't use high beam headlights in the following conditions...?

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What are the two worst months for wildlife collisions in Manitoba?

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Which statement is false? Alcohol or drug impairment affects riders the following ways...?

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Roads covered with sand, gravel, mud or leaves are similar to what?

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Caution should be taken not to oversteer as this may cause what to happen?

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Which statement is false? To help you control your motorcycle while riding across a grated surface, you should do the following...?

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Which statement is false? The following are typical causes of unsteadiness...?

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Which statement is false? If you suddenly come across an obstacle on the road, you should do the following...?

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When riding over grated surfaces, you should...?

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If the front tire blows, what should you do?

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If you cannot avoid riding on slippery surfaces, you should do the following...?

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Preparing for Success

Managing Your Time Effectively

The time pressure of a test can be a source of anxiety for many candidates. To manage this, start familiarizing yourself with the test format early. If you know you tend to spend too long on questions, practice setting time limits for each practice test section.

A common approach is to skim through the test, answering the easier questions immediately and leaving the more difficult ones for later. This ensures you maximize marks from the questions you are more confident about and leaves you enough time to think through the harder questions.

Test Day Readiness Checklist

The last thing you want is to arrive at the testing center only to realize you’ve left crucial study materials at home. To avoid such a scenario, create a thorough checklist of everything you need to bring on test day:

  • A valid photo ID
  • Eyeglasses/contact lenses if you require them for viewing purposes
  • Your test appointment confirmation
  • Required fees or documentation
  • A calm and focused mindset

The best way to ensure you are fully prepared is to have a detailed checklist and to verify all the items several times before the scheduled test day.