New Brunswick Motorcycle Practice Test 03

Our practice exams are tailored to the latest driving rules and standards in New Brunswick. We ensure that our questions are relevant, accurate, and reflect the current laws and regulations. By practicing with our exams, you can be sure you are preparing for the real test.


New Brunswick Motorcycle Practice Test 03

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Which statement is false? If your throttle sticks, the following steps should be applied...?

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If a front tire blows, hang on firmly and try to steer straight and...?

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A rear wheel skid caused by over-acceleration should be corrected by...?

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To correct a rear-wheel skid...?

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The procedure to making a quick turn is...?

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Which statement is false? If you have to stop quickly...?

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If the rear tire blows, maintain your position on the machine and...?

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Most motorcycle skids are caused by...?

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Which statement is false? When having to ride over an object, the basic rules to follow are...?

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Which statement is false? Carrying passengers can be an offence if carried on the following...?

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As the front wheel reaches the object you have to drive over, what should you do?

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Which statement is false? The following areas are slippery when wet...?

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You should be able to detect a flat tire...?

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What does counter steering mean?

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To correct a front-wheel skid...?

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Where should the weight be while going over an object?

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If the front tire goes flat, the steering will...?

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Which statement is false? If the front wheel begins to wobble, you should...?

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Which statement is false? In an emergency situation...?

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If the rear tire goes flat...?

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The Test Day Experience

Approach the test with confidence and readiness. Here’s what a typical test day might look like.

Arriving for Your Test

Plan to arrive at the test site early. This will give you time to relax and mentally prepare for the test. Ensure you have all the necessary documentation, including your learner’s permit and any required medical certificates.

Taking the Test

The on-cycle test is typically conducted in groups. Listen carefully to the examiner’s instructions and ask for clarification if needed. Focus on performing the skills you’ve practiced, and don’t forget to use the safety procedures you’ve learned, such as checking your mirrors and using signals.

Managing Test Anxiety

It’s natural to feel nervous but don’t let anxiety get the best of you. Take deep breaths, stay focused on the task, and remember the safety protocols you’ve been taught.