Saskatchewan Motorcycle Test 04

With a focus on SGI-specific questions and general road rules, our practice test is the perfect preparation tool to help you ace your exam.

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Saskatchewan Motorcycle Practice Test 04

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Use your mirror to keep an eye on the person behind you and if they fall behind...?

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What is the main problem of having extended forks?

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What's the best way to ride in a group?

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The first symptom of engine seizure is...?

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If the front tire goes flat, the steering will...?

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Are ape hangers illegal?

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If it is the front tire that has blown, your weight should be...?

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Once the front wheel begins to wobble, you should...?

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What should you do with your weight if the front wheel begins to wobble?

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What is the position used for groups going around a curve?

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You have to be able to detect a flat tire by...?

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Which of the following is not something you should do before getting off the road?

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Are riders in the MGDL program permitted to tow a motorcycle trailer?

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What is the main problem of sissy bars?

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What should you do to avoid being chased by dogs?

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If you want to ride in a group, you should keep the number to...?

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Should you swerve to avoid hitting a small animal?

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When the chain breaks, you'll notice it...?

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If the rear wheel does lock, do not release the brake until...?

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What are ape hangers?

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What are road race handlebars?

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Which of the following is not something to do when having to ride over an object?

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Which of the following does not cause a wobble with the front wheel?

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Where should the beginner riders ride in a group?

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Which statement is false? As a leader of a group of riders you should...?

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A major cause of serious motorcycle collisions is...?

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The key to making a quick turn is...?

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Which statement is false? The following is what you should do if you have a stuck throttle while riding...?

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Which statement is false? It is important to keep close ranks and a safe distance as a close group since it...?

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If the rear tire goes flat...?

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