New Brunswick Motorcycle Practice Test 02

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New Brunswick Motorcycle Practice Test 02

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Which statement is false? When driving on a slippery surface...?

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If someone is too close behind you, what should you do?

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When making a sharp turn at less than 25 km/h, you should...?

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Which statement is false? If you brake too hard, your front wheel may lock under which of the following conditions?

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Why should you avoid painted or metal surfaces in wet weather?

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Which statement is false? You should always leave plenty of space between yourself and vehicles you are following because...?

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When making turns, when should you do your braking and gear shifting?

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The front brake provides what percentage of the total braking force under normal road conditions?

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When railroad tracks cross the highway...?

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Always apply both brakes to stop unless your speed is...?

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Which statement is false? You should never ride the brake partly applied because...?

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The best position in which to see ahead and to be seen by other drivers on a two-way, two-lane street is...?

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When approaching sand or gravel, slow down and...?

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What is an adequate following distance?

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Why should you downshift as you brake?

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Which statement is false? When carrying passengers, instruct them to...?

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When you plan to start, stop or change direction in traffic, there is only one sure way to see a car behind you in the next lane by doing...?

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Where does the weight shift while braking?

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It is preferable when stopped in traffic to have transmission in...?

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Do not use high speed highways unless...?

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When taking a curve at normal cruising speed, what should you do?

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Do not carry a passenger unless your machine is...?

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Which statement is false? Do not ride on the extreme right of a road because...?

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Is it okay to drag your feet while turning?

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When riding with other cycles, how do you not ride in a single lane on public streets and highways?

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Preparing for the Test

Preparation is key to passing the New Brunswick motorcycle test. Here are some tips to help you study and practice effectively.

Study the New Brunswick Motorcycle Handbook

The motorcycle handbook is your primary source of information for the test. It contains essential details about the rules of the road, traffic signs, and critical safety advice. Make sure to read and understand the content thoroughly, as many questions on the written test are drawn from this material.

Enroll in a Preparation Course

Consider enrolling in a motorcycle training program. Professional instructors can provide valuable guidance on how to ride safely and can simulate test scenarios so that you know what to expect. Many courses also offer classroom instruction that reinforces the information in the motorcycle handbook.

Practice, Practice, Practice

There’s no substitute for experience. Spend as much time as possible practicing on your motorcycle under different conditions. Be sure to focus on the specific skills you’ll be tested on, such as controlling your motorcycle at slow speeds and making quick, safe stops.