Ontario Motorcycle Test 06

The Ontario M1 practice test is the first step for any aspiring motorcyclist in Ontario. It’s designed to assess your knowledge of the rules and regulations of the road specific to motorcycle riding. Passing this test is vital as it precedes the further stages of obtaining your full M license. This critical exam covers everything from essential vehicle operation to more advanced hazard perception under varied road and weather conditions.


Ontario Motorcycle Practice Test 06

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Which statement is false? You should tell your passenger to...?

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How does cold weather affect tire air pressure?

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When carrying cargo, why should you not pile loads against a frame on the back of the seat?

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

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If either wheel locks while braking, what should you do?

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When drivers in a staggered formation want to pass another vehicle on the road, they should...?

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On a long section of snow-covered road, try to drive on...?

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If you are approaching a railway crossing with a stop sign, you must stop unless...?

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Why should you place inexperienced drivers behind the leader and not at the back?

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When driving in the fog, which lights should you use?

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You should avoid carrying passengers or large loads until...?

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When you want to cross railroad or streetcar tracks that run parallel to your path, cross...?

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Applying the brakes in the rain, you should...?

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Which statement is false? You should drive in a single line...?

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While riding in a group, why should you start lane changes early?

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Why should you never drive directly alongside another motorcycle or moped?

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The best way for a group of motorcycles or mopeds to drive together is...?

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Why should you avoid driving in puddles?

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Which statement is false? Where should you watch for icy or snow-covered patches?

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The front brake supplies about how much of your braking power?

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Why should you not stop on the traveled portion of the roadway?

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An uneven load can cause the motorcycle to do what?

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Should the motorcycle also have footrests for your passenger?

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Remember that speeds posted on curves apply to...?

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Which statement is false? To adjust for the added weight of a passenger, you should do the following...?

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What does ABS stand for?

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Why should you place the load over or in front of the rear axle?

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If the fog is too dense to continue, what should you do?

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If you are going to use pavement markings as a guide to help you ride in the fog, you should use...?

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If you are travelling in a very large group, what should you do in order to allow faster traffic to pass?

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Driving a motorcycle is an exhilarating experience but comes with great responsibility. The journey to your motorcycle license in Ontario begins with the M1 practice test. Whether you’re a seasoned road warrior or a fresh face in the world of motorcycling, nailing this test is crucial. We will guide you through the essential steps to pass the Ontario M1 practice test and become a knowledgeable and safe motorcycle rider.

Don’t forget why you’re doing this as you hit the books. Motorcycle safety is paramount, and the knowledge you gain here will guide you on the road. Embrace the material with a personal and fellow rider safety mindset. Recognize the consequences and responsibility of operating a motorcycle. Always apply the learning to your riding habits before taking the test.