Ontario Motorcycle Test 07

To prepare for the M1 test, you must arm yourself with the right resources. Begin with the Official Motorcycle Handbook to familiarize yourself with Ontario’s traffic laws and safe riding practices. Complement your reading with online practice tests, often provided by Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation, and consider enrolling in an accredited motorcycle training course.


Ontario Motorcycle Practice Test 07

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Which statement is false? Before buyers can put their own plates on their new vehicle, they must have the following...?

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When approaching a turn, when should you brake?

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If you change anything about your motorcycle or moped, such as the colour, you must report it to a Service Ontario centre within how long?

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Why is the straight-line brake test done on the Level One test?

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How much can you be fined if you do not tell the truth about your insurance, or show false documents?

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Oes the Level One test have an on-road component?

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How much must you insure all your vehicles for third party liability?

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You will notice if the chain breaks because...?

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Which statement is false? If you have a tire blowout while driving, do the following...?

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How would you know if your shock absorbers may need to be adjusted or replaced?

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If your licence plate is not visible, can you be fined?

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If the chain locks the rear wheel, you will not be able to disengage it, and it will cause your motorcycle to do what?

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Which statement is false? Other things that can cause a motorcycle or moped to wobble include...?

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The key to making a quick swerve is to get the motorcycle or moped to do what?

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If you do not tell the truth about your insurance, or show false documents, you may also lose your licence for how long?

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If you encounter an animal on the road, what should you do?

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How do you know that ABS has been activated?

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Which statement is false? When you try to close the throttle and you find that it will not turn or the engine will not slow down, you should...?

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Which statement is false? The following steps will help you drive safely over most objects you may find on the road...?

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If you are hit by flying objects, what should you do?

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What is a major cause of motorcycle and moped collisions?

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Other than worn sprockets, chain failure usually is caused by what?

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The Level One road test deals with...?

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Will ABS shorten stopping distance?

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How do you detect a flat tire?

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The depth of your tires should be a minimum of...?

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Which statement is false? When driving at a fairly high speed, the front wheel can suddenly begin to wobble or shake from side to side, you should...?

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If the rear tire goes flat, the back of the motorcycle or moped will tend to do what?

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During the Level One test, where should you keep your feet while driving a serpentine pattern in a controlled manner?

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Overheating or a lack of lubrication causes what?

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Don’t let simple errors detract from your success. One common mistake among test takers is rushing through the exam. Remember, this is about quality, not just speed. Read each question carefully and give thought to your answer. In preparation, practice your objective and hazard recognition exercises — notice things you don’t always see when you’re behind the wheel of a car.

In addressing knowledge-based questions, be cautious of ‘trick’ questions or answers that seem too obvious. Use logic and apply the information you’ve studied with care and detail.

On the physical side, take care of your well-being. Ensure you’re well-rested and focused during study sessions. Be sure to take regular breaks and stay hydrated. These simple practices can significantly improve your learning retention and test-taking performance.