Newfoundland Motorcycle Practice Test 02

Are you ready to hit the roads of Newfoundland on your motorcycle? Before you can experience the freedom of riding, it’s important to pass your motorcycle test and ensure that you are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge for safe driving.


Newfoundland Motorcycle Practice Test 02

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The contact patch of your two tires with the road surface is approximately equal to the size of...?

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When you ride over rain grooves or a metal bridge grating, the motorcycle will tend to...?

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

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Which statement is false? To operate a motorcycle on uneven surfaces, you should...?

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Which of the following does not cause a front wheel wobble?

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What should you not do if you develop a speed wobble?

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When approaching two lanes of vehicles stopped at a traffic light, you should stop where?

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Why should you stay away from the edge of the road when you make sharp turns at intersections or enter and leave freeways at high speed?

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What should you do if your throttle sticks?

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Which statement is false? What should you do if a car is coming at you in your lane?

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Which statement is false? If a front tire blows, you should do the following...?

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What increases stopping distances?

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

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Which statement is false? You are required to pass...?

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Matching engine power and vehicle speed is generally referred to as...?

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Which statement is false? The following are steps required to start a motorcycle on a hill...?

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Both of the passenger's feet should always...?

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Which statement is false? To drive safely at night, you must do these things...?

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Which statement is false? The motorcycle balance test will consist of these maneuvers...?

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You should not consider carrying passengers until...?

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How often should you check your mirrors?

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Speed limits posted on curves apply to...?

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Which statement is false? As a Level I motorcycle operator, you will be restricted to these conditions while learning...?

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Which statement is false? When you report for the balance test you should have...?

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The sharper the turn...?

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With a Level I license, permitted on highways where posted speed limit exceeds 80 KM/H?

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Your chances of getting out safely depend upon...?

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What can cause a skid on slippery surfaces?

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It is best to slow down and change gears...?

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To get a motorcycle licence in our province you must be a minimum of...?

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Preparing for the Written Test

To obtain a motorcycle license in Newfoundland, you must pass both a written and practical exam. Our guide will include a comprehensive review of the written test material, including road signs and signals, traffic laws, and safe riding practices.

Some helpful tips for studying for the written test include:

  • Familiarizing yourself with the Newfoundland Driver’s Handbook
  • Taking online practice tests to assess your knowledge
  • Studying in short increments to avoid overwhelming yourself

We will also provide resources for obtaining a physical copy of the Driver’s Handbook and scheduling your written test.

Taking the Practical Exam

Once you have passed the written test, it’s time to take the practical exam. Our guide will provide all the information you need to know to pass this portion of the licensing process. This includes:

  • Preparing your motorcycle for the exam
  • Demonstrating basic skills such as starting, stopping, and turning
  • Navigating through a variety of road situations

We will also cover strategies for managing nerves and staying calm during the exam.

Practicing for Continued Improvement

Even after obtaining your motorcycle license, continuing to practice and refine your skills is important. Our guide will provide you with suggestions for maintaining safe riding habits, such as:

  • Taking refresher courses or advanced riding classes
  • Practicing emergency maneuvers in a controlled environment
  • Staying up-to-date on traffic laws and regulations

You can become a confident and responsible rider by continuously practicing and seeking new ways to improve your skills. So keep exploring the open road, but always remember to ride safely and responsibly! Happy riding!