PEI Motorcycle Test 03

Remember, the skills you hone through practice don’t just lead to a pass on the exam; they mold you into a competent and aware motorcyclist, ensuring pleasurable rides on PEI’s storied roads.

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PEI Motorcycle Practice Test 03

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Experienced riders know that they must constantly adjust and readjust their lane positions depending upon...

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What should you do if the vehicle behind you is following you too closely?

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To avoid collisions, you should...?

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How much space should you leave between you and the vehicle ahead?

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Which statement is FALSE? When carrying a passenger, how does the extra weight change the way a motorcycle handles, including...?

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Which statement is FALSE? You should not pass during the following conditions...?

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Should you share a lane with other drivers to get around a line of stopped traffic?

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Which of the following is not a good choice to be seen to another driver?

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Most collisions involving motorcycles happen...?

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Which statement is FALSE? A good following distance provides the following advantages...?

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When the traffic in front of you is slowing down for an unknown reason, when can you pass?

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When leaving your motorcycle parked make sure the transmission is...?

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Should you try to pass by squeezing past cars in your lane?

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Which statement is FALSE? Skids caused by driver errors are made even worse by the following...?

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Which statement is FALSE? Most skids are the result of driver error such as...?

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If you stall in the intersection and cannot start your motorcycle, what should you do?

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What can happen when a large vehicle is coming toward you?

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When a slight rear wheel skid is caused by over braking, it can be corrected by doing what?

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What should you do after passing a vehicle before changing back?

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Is it illegal to go over the speed limit when passing another vehicle?

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Why should you Avoid remaining beside other moving vehicles?

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Which statement is FALSE? When changing from one lane to another, you should...?

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Why should you not hug the centre line or the curb?

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Over-braking one, or both wheels is one of the most common causes what to happen?

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When should you carry a passenger?

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Is it illegal to speed up when you are being passed?

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Why should you never ride with your brake partially applied?

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If your motorcycle is upright and moving in a straight line, can you still control it even if the rear wheel locks?

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When carrying a passenger, the person behind you should sit...?

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Which statement is FALSE? The left track of an automobile is often recommended as the best place to ride because...?

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Peak Performance on the PEI Motorcycle Knowledge Test

Efficiency and confidence are vital to performing well on the knowledge test. Here, we will explore study resources and test-taking strategies that can lead to success.

Resources for Test Preparation

The quality of your practice is dependent on the materials you use. PEI offers a variety of study resources, including:

  • PEI Road Rules: The official guide is a comprehensive resource covering all aspects of the province’s road rules, including regulations specific to motorcycles.
  • Online Practice Tests: Several websites offer PEI-specific motorcycle practice tests to mimic the real exam conditions.
  • Motorcycle Manuals: Manuals provide detailed information on motorcycle operation, safety, and maintenance.

It’s crucial to incorporate a mix of study resources into your preparation to ensure you have a well-rounded grasp of motorcycle safety and operation principles.

Test-Taking Strategies

Developing a clear strategy can significantly improve your performance. Some strategies to consider include:

  • Time Management: Divide your available time to answer questions, and do not dwell on any single item.
  • Understanding the Questions: Read each question carefully to understand what is being asked before looking at the answer choices.
  • Managing Anxiety: Test anxiety can hinder performance. Practice relaxation techniques and remind yourself of your effort to prepare.

Applying these strategies and taking multiple practice tests under timed conditions will teach you to pace yourself effectively and stay calm under pressure.