Nova Scotia Motorcycle Test 03

The Nova Scotia motorcycle test is more than a mandatory assessment; it’s a commitment to the safety of all road users. Designed to ensure that all motorcycle operators possess the skills and knowledge to handle the unique challenges of two-wheeled travel, the exam reflects the province’s dedication to road safety.

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Nova Scotia Motorcycle Practice Test 03

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What happens if the passenger tries to remain upright during a turn or curve?

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While riding in a group, who should set the pace?

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Limit the size of your group to how many riders?

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While riding in a group, where should inexperienced riders ride?

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When should you use high-speed highways?

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Should you keep a 2 second following distance between bikes while riding in a group?

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To correct a wobble, which of the following is not a step you should use?

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Which statement is false? Sometimes you may see an object in your path too late to steer around it. If this happens, follow these basic rules...?

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If the rear wheel skid is caused by over-acceleration, correct it by doing what?

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The trick to making a quick turn is to get the motorcycle to...?

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Most motorcycle skids are caused by...?

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During a rear wheel skid, you should...?

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Which statement is false? If your throttle sticks, take the following steps...?

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What is a wobble?

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Which statement is false? If you have a blowout, you should do the following...?

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Which statement is false? While riding with a passenger, operate at a slower speed than usual, particularly on...?

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Which statement is false? Wobble and weave are unstable reactions of the motorcycle, usually caused by what?

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Group riding is acceptable but do you have special rights?

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Is it necessary to change your path when crossing railroad tracks that are at an angle of 90 degrees or less to the highway you are travelling on?

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Allow first-time passengers to get used to riding by first taking them...?

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Why should you never ride side-by-side in the same lane?

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How do you know if the rear tire goes flat?

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What should you do as you go over the object?

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As you are driving, why should you alert your passenger of your intentions?

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How do you know if the front tire goes flat?

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Resources and Practice

Recommended Study Materials

In addition to the Motorcycle M Driver’s Handbook, seek out online tools, practice tests, and community forums. The more study materials you explore, the broader your understanding of the test’s content and format.

A Focus on Mock Tests

Simulate the test environment as closely as possible with mock tests. Practice time management and experience the pressure that comes with the actual examination. Use these simulations to identify areas of weakness and address them before test day.

Fine-Tune Your Mindset

Approach the test with a calm, focused mind. Mental preparedness is just as crucial as technical skills. Visualize the tasks, anticipate the questions, and remain confident in your preparation.