Quebec Motorcycle Test 01

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Quebec Motorcycle Practice Test 01

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Which of the following is not a step for starting your motorcycle?

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After you shift gears, the gearshift lever does what?

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What is the name of the force that causes your vehicle to be pulled outward in a turn or curve at more or less higher speeds (above 25 km/h1)?

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After using the emergency cutoff switch, what do you need to do before you can restart the engine?

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Which of the following steps is not a step for moving the motorcycle without the engine running?

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Do most motorcycles have an electric starter?

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What is another name for the emergency cutoff switch?

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The lower palm of your hand should be...?

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Which statement is FALSE? The steps for safely mounting your motorcycle are...?

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The centre of gravity is the point that prevents the motorcycle from doing what?

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Which statement is FALSE? The various factors that affect the balance of a motorcycle are...?

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The fuel tap usually has how many positions?

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The rear brake lever is located...?

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What position should your legs be while riding?

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To lift up a fallen motorcycle, why should you put your bike into first gear first?

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The horn control is usually activated using...?

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The front brake is the more powerful of the two and provides approximately what percentage of braking capacity?

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How do the turn signals deactivate?

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Which statement is FALSE? A safe riding position does the following...?

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Driving a motorcycle without allowing the engine to warm up completely can increase the risk of what?

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When making a turn or negotiating a curve, where should you look?

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To know that you have the right model and size of bike for your body size, you should be able to...?

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When travelling in a straight line, where should you look?

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With this type of motorcycle, you have to switch the choke to the ON position before starting your bike and then...?

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The throttle grip should automatically do what when released?

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The front brake lever is located...?

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Some motorcycles have a choke, which helps do what?

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Which ignition position can the key be removed from the ignition switch?

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While riding, you should keep your torso...?

30 / 30

Most motorcycles have how many gears?

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