PEI Motorcycle Test 01

This practice test is an essential guide for PEI residents and motorcycle enthusiasts to successfully prepare for the motorcycle practice test and master the art of riding on the island roads. Understanding and adhering to PEI’s motorcycle regulations is the first step towards safe and enjoyable riding experiences


PEI Motorcycle Practice Test 01

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When should you use an air pressure gauge to check pressure in both tires?

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The turn signals at the front of the bike should be what colour?

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Which statement is FALSE? Your motorcycle is the proper size if you can...?

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Which statement is FALSE? Your bike's vibrations may loosen the following...?

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The left side rear-view mirror must give the driver a view of the highway at least how far to the rear?

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Which statement is FALSE? Never ride on tires that show...?

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Your motorcycle is a unique vehicle that requires both skill and what if it is to be driven safely?

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Does the headlight always have to be turned on while being driven?

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What should the throttle cable do when released?

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Where should your feet be while the motorcycle is moving?

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The horn must be capable of being heard from what distance?

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What position should you sit on the seat?

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Handlebars must be securely fastened and not exceed how much in height?

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Which statement is FALSE? It is advisable that both drivers and passengers are protected by...?

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The seat should be able to carry...?

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Each mirror should allow you to see...?

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Are Motor scooters included in the definition of motorcycles and are governed by the same regulations?

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A motorcycle that is too big...?

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When properly adjusted a mirror may show part of...?

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Are annual motorcycle inspections required?

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Which statement is FALSE? A muffler is in good working order, so inspect the exhaust system for the following...?

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Which statement is FALSE? Cables should be checked for the following...?

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Hold the handle grips lightly but firmly and...?

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Which statement is FALSE? Motorcycle and moped operators must...?

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What should you do to help you keep your balance during turns?

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The size of the left side rear-view mirror will not be less than...?

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Which statement is FALSE? A helmet is required for all riders and passengers and must be approved by...?

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Where is it best for beginners to practice starts and stops?

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If your motorcycle is the right size, you should be able to...?

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A moped travels at speeds up to...?

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Navigating the PEI Motorcycle Landscape

Prince Edward Island, with its picturesque landscapes and winding roads, is a prime location for motorcycle enthusiasts. The scenic backdrop and PEI’s rich history create a biker’s paradise. However, to engage in this pastime safely and legally, riders must be aware of the province’s motorcycle regulations.

Navigating the PEI motorcycle licensing system is critical. Requirements vary based on the type of motorcycle you plan to ride and your experience level. New riders must first obtain a motorcycle learner’s license, including passing written knowledge and road tests. After completing these, riders graduate to a motorcycle driver’s license, albeit with certain restrictions.

Overview of PEI Motorcycle Licensing

The licensing process on PEI is tiered to ensure riders develop skills and experience gradually. Here are the general steps:

  1. Motorcycle Learner’s License: To obtain this, you must pass a written knowledge test that evaluates your understanding of road rules, safety procedures, and specific motorcycle regulations. You can only ride under the direct supervision of a qualified driver with a full motorcycle driver’s license.
  2. Motorcycle Driver’s License: After experience with the learner’s license, you can take the motorcycle road test to qualify for a full driver’s license with no restrictions.

Understanding the nuances of each stage in the licensing process is fundamental. Irrespective of your experience, taking the motorcycle practice test seriously will lay a solid foundation for your motorcycle safety knowledge.