Saskatchewan Motorcycle Test 07

By using our practice tests and other study materials, along with following these tips, you’ll increase your chances of passing the SGI motorcycle learner’s license exam. Remember to stay calm and confident during the exam; trust in your knowledge and preparation.

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Saskatchewan Motorcycle Practice Test 07

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Power-assisted bicycles means any two- or three-wheeled bicycle that is equipped with an electric assist motor that is no larger than...?

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Ground clearance should provide a clearance of between...?

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The saddle height of your motorcycle is measured from...?

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Your motorcycle must be equipped with at least 1 mirror with a minimum reflective area of...?

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Do Limited-speed motorcycles (LSM, scooters) require a high beam?

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Motorcycles are required to be registered with Saskatchewan plates within how many days of establishing residency?

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Basic insurance rates vary according to...?

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Does your motorcycle have to be equipped with fenders or mud flaps?

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Must all motorcycles operated on a public highway (roadway) be registered?

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The red rear signal lamps must be installed how far away from a stop lamp or tail lamp?

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The stop lamps on motorcycles built after 1996 must have a minimum lens size of...?

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What is the minimum age in order to operate a power-assisted bicycle?

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The rear signal lamps of your motorcycle must be a minimum of...?

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Is a driver's license required to operate a power-assisted bicycle?

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All stop lamps, tail lamps and reflectors on your motorcycle must be mounted how far above the road?

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Power-assisted bicycles means any two- or three-wheeled bicycle that cannot be operated at a speed of greater than...?

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Are hardtails acceptable for rear suspension?

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The frame height of your motorcycle is measured from the top of the headstock to the ground (with the vehicle unloaded) and it must be a minimum of...?

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The front signal lamps of your motorcycle must be what colour?

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Motorcycle owners have how many options for injury coverage?

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Your motorcycle must be equipped with a horn that can be heard from what distance?

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The stop lamps on Limited Speed Motorcycles built after 1996 must have a minimum lens size of...?

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Motorcycles built before what year do not require signal lamps?

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The ground clearance for your motorcycle is measured from...?

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Your motorcycle must not have handlebars with grips that are higher than...?

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The wheels on your motorcycle must have a minimum diameter of...?

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The wheelbase of your motorcycle is measured from the centre of the front wheel to the centre of the rear wheel and it must be a minimum of...?

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The saddle height must not be less than...?

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The front signal lamps of your motorcycle must be a minimum of...?

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All stop lamps, signal lamps and tail lamps on your motorcycle must be visible from how far on a clear night?

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Saskatchewan Motorcycle Practice Test

Achieving success in the Saskatchewan Motorcycle Learner’s License exam requires more than just a passion for riding—it demands a thorough preparation. The journey to becoming a licensed motorcyclist is filled with learning and understanding complex rules of the road, motorcycle operation, and safety regulations. Proper preparation equips you with the knowledge needed to pass the exam and instills the confidence necessary to handle a motorcycle safely in everyday situations. Our practice tests are designed to simulate the actual SGI exam, providing an invaluable tool for identifying areas of strength and those needing improvement. By dedicating time to practice, you’re not just preparing to pass a test but laying the foundation for a safe and enjoyable motorcycle riding experience.

Why Practice Tests Are Essential

Practice tests are an essential component of exam preparation. They offer a snapshot of your current knowledge and highlight areas that require additional focus. Taking multiple practice tests lets you track your progress and identify patterns in the questions. Our Saskatchewan Motorcycle Practice Test is specially designed to cover all the topics needed to pass the SGI exam successfully. As a bonus, our tests mimic the actual exam format, so you’ll be familiar with the structure and types of questions before sitting down for the real thing.

What to Expect on the Saskatchewan Motorcycle Learner’s License Exam

The SGI exam is divided into written and road sign recognition tests. The written test consists of 30 multiple-choice questions; you must score at least 24 correct answers to pass. The road sign recognition test consists of 60 signs, and you must correctly identify at least 48 to pass. Our practice tests cover all the necessary topics for both parts of the exam, ensuring that you are prepared for any question that may come your way.

How to Use Our Practice Tests

To best utilize our practice tests, taking them multiple times in the weeks leading up to your SGI exam is recommended. Start by taking a practice test without any studying or preparation; this will give you an idea of where your knowledge currently stands. Then, use the results to focus on areas that need improvement and take another practice test. Continue this process until you consistently score well on each practice test.

Additional Study Materials

While our practice tests cover all the necessary topics, supplementing your studying with other materials is always a good idea. SGI offers a Motorcycle Handbook, which covers rules and regulations specific to motorcyclists in Saskatchewan. Additionally, many online resources, such as videos and study guides, can help you prepare for the exam. However, make sure to only use reputable sources, as some may contain incorrect information.