Saskatchewan Motorcycle Test 03

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Saskatchewan Motorcycle Practice Test 03

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What's the main problem with highway pegs?

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What are highway pegs?

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Does hard-packed snow have less traction than loose snow?

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Is the front brake more effective on slippery surfaces?

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Why should you approach an intersection slowly?

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What is lane splitting?

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What lowers tire pressure the most?

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Does wind, cold and rain make you tire quickly?

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While riding in the rain, should you test your brakes?

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What is a sissy bar?

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If there is a car ahead at night, how can you use it to your advantage?

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Which statement is false? Icy or snow-covered patches may be found at...?

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When it is safe to change lanes, you should look, then signal and...?

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Which statement is false? By staying in the left portion of the lane, you can avoid the problems caused by...?

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If someone is following you too closely, you should...?

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You should cross railway tracks at...?

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Do prescriptions, over the counter and illegal drugs all affect your brain function while driving?

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What is the best position to ride in on a gravel road?

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The smart thing to do while dealing with foggy conditions is...?

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Are motorcyclists allowed to ride two abreast?

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Speed limits posted on curves apply to...?

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Which statement is false? To handle uneven surfaces, you should...?

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What can you do to get a better view through the curve?

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Why should you not ride in thunderstorms?

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If you find you are unable to avoid riding on a very slippery surface such as ice or snow, slow down as much as possible before you get to it and...?

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Motorcycle drivers in the MGDL program are prohibited from riding between which hours?

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Oil from other vehicles tends to build up in the centre of the lane, particularly near...?

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Why is it important to stay away from the edge of the road when you make sharp turns at intersections or enter and leave freeways?

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Old, worn pavement is smooth and slippery and these extra-slippery sections are visible if you look for...?

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When approaching an intersection, which lane position should you ride in?

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Tips for Success For Your Motorcycle Knowledge Test

While taking our practice tests, it’s essential to approach them with the same mindset and focus as you would during your actual exam. Here are some tips to help maximize your chances of success:

  • Create a quiet and distraction-free environment while taking the test
  • Time yourself to simulate the actual exam’s time constraints
  • Read each question carefully and thoroughly before selecting an answer
  • If you’re unsure of an answer, make an educated guess instead of leaving it blank
  • Review your answers after completing the test to identify any weak areas that may require additional practice

Following these tips will help you during your practice tests and the actual exam day. The more familiar and comfortable you are with the test format, the easier it will be to recall information and make quick decisions on the exam.