Saskatchewan Motorcycle Test 02

Becoming a licensed motorcycle rider in Saskatchewan requires passing the written exam and road test. Our practice tests are designed to help you prepare for the written portion of the exam, but it’s essential also to gain practical experience and knowledge of safe riding practices.


Saskatchewan Motorcycle Practice Test 02

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On most bikes, neutral is located...?

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Why should you keep well behind the vehicle ahead even when you are stopped?

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When a vehicle stays directly beside you, you should...?

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Where should you search aggressively for potential hazards?

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When travelling the curb lane or next to a parking lane, a motorcycle driver should be...?

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When you apply the front and rear brakes, you should...?

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Which of the following is not a step used to get a motorcycle moving on a hill?

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When making a left turn to and from a single-lane street, the proper position is...?

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Which statement is false? ?In any situation, you have choices, including...?

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In the city, expert riders always look how far ahead?

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Which of the following is not a category of hazards?

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On the highway, the experts suggest you look...?

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Why should you park at an angle when parking beside the curb?

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Are motorcyclists required to have a headlight that illuminates when the engine is running and the motorcycle is in a forward gear?

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Which statement is false? It's important to flash your brake light as a signal that you're going to slow down when you're...?

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How close to the curb should you park?

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If downshifting is required for a turn, ensure it is done...?

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Which statement is false? Once you've identified the hazard, the next step is...?

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When approaching an intersection to turn right where the right lane remains the same size, position your motorcycle...?

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Good riders keep at least how much distance between themselves and the vehicle ahead?

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How often do good riders check their mirrors to keep track of traffic coming from behind?

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What should you do when you're being passed from behind or by an oncoming vehicle?

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Keep your eyes moving and don't look at one place for more than...?

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Which statement is false? Even if the driver does see you, you might be hit if they...?

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Always start and shut off your bike in...?

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When you park, park the motorcycle at what angle?

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Which statement is false? In order to predict what other drivers will do, the rider has to think about...?

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Mirror checks are especially important in these situations...?

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On multi-lane streets with or without boulevards in the left lane, the best position is...?

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When driving on a road with three or more lanes, always ride...?

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Importance of Understanding Road Signs and Signals

A significant component of the Saskatchewan Motorcycle Learner’s Licence exam, and safe riding in general, is a thorough understanding of road signs and signals. These signs provide critical information about the road ahead, potential hazards, and regulations that must be adhered to for safe travel. Here are a few key reasons why mastering road signs and signals is essential:

  • Enhanced Safety: Recognizing and understanding road signs and signals can significantly decrease the likelihood of accidents by informing riders of road conditions, traffic laws, and potential hazards.
  • Legal Compliance: Adhering to road signs and signals is a matter of safety and a legal requirement. Failure to comply can result in fines, demerit points, or even the suspension of driving privileges.
  • Increased Confidence: Knowledge of road signs and signals boosts confidence, making the riding experience more enjoyable and less stressful, especially in unfamiliar areas or challenging conditions.

To help you master this crucial aspect of motorcycle riding and ensure you’re fully prepared for your Class 6 license exam, our practice tests include a wide range of questions designed to test your knowledge of road signs and signals.