Yukon Motorcycle Test 01

For aspiring motorcyclists, the Yukon Motorcycle Test is a rite of passage and an essential step towards the open road. This comprehensive guide aims to demystify the test process and provide valuable insights for new and experienced riders preparing to navigate the Yukon’s unique licensing requirements.


Yukon Motorcycle Test 01

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Why should you replace your helmet every few years?

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How often do helmets prevent fatal injuries?

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Which statement is false? Choose a helmet that meets Yukon's laws by looking for one with a label that shows it meets the following...?

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How often are helmets effective in preventing head injuries?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for handling engine failure?

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Why should you avoid buying a used helmet?

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How should a helmet feel once you put it on?

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Which statement is false? Another part of making good choices is to know yourself and understand the things that can influence your riding, including...?

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According to the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, how many motorcycle crashes results in head or neck injuries for the rider?

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The most common reasons for a re-examination are...?

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Do motorcycle ABS systems allow you to both brake and steer at the same time, just like in cars?

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Which of the following is not one of the things to consider when purchasing a bike?

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What should happen before accepting passengers?

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Which statement is false? A smart rider chooses to:

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You will be issued a licence restricting you from carrying passengers if you are taking a test on what size motorcycle?

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Is there any exception to a rider or passenger from wearing a motorcycle helmet?

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Which statement is false? Riding gear does the following...?

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What is a good way to help you make the right decisions?

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Which statement is false? You need to know and accept the limits of the following...?

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Which statement is false? If you are caught riding or driving while you are prohibited, the following can happen...?

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You can reduce the risk of a crash by becoming a competent rider and...?

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Which statement is false? Top contributing factors in for at-fault vehicles in motorcycle crashes include...?

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When should you stay in an off-street practice site?

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Once you get your motorcycle license, how can you keep your riding skills sharp?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for handling a flat tire?

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Which statement is false? A motorcycle rider has to balance the bike while doing what?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for avoiding a skid?

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A thinking rider always puts what first?

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How does the compact size and shape of motorcycles make them to other road users?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for steering in an emergency?

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Test Requirements and Format

The test contains two components: a written exam and a riding skills test. The written portion evaluates your understanding of crucial motorcycle operation principles, road safety, and the Yukon laws specific to two-wheeled vehicles. The practical test, often considered the more demanding leg of the exam, assesses your ability to handle a motorcycle in real-world situations, including traffic, turns, and other common riding scenarios.