Yukon Motorcycle Test 07

Remember, a safe rider is a lifelong rider. Invest in your skills and knowledge; the journey will be fulfilling and, most importantly, safe. Safe travels, and best of luck on your test day! Keep the passion for riding alive and continue to improve your skills. See you out on the open road! Ride safe, ride smart, and have fun!

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Yukon Motorcycle Test 07

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By law, when must you have the headlight on?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for dealing with turbulence and crosswinds?

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What should you do if either the high or low beam headlight burns out?

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If you're impeding traffic, what should you do?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for handling rough road surfaces?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for preventing aggression while riding?

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What does overriding the headlight mean?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for handling other drivers' aggression while riding?

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What is hydroplaning?

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How do you avoid glare from oncoming lights while riding at night?

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What should you do just before riding onto gravel?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for overcoming contrasting light conditions?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for riding at night?

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If pavement levels are uneven, as in a construction zone, approach anything higher than a couple of centimetres at an angle as close what?

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It's often difficult to know what to do when faced with road users who are aggressive. Their lack of courtesy and bad driving habits can lead to...?

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Why should you avoid going through standing water?

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What happens if you misjudge the arc of a curve?

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Riding through tunnels on a bright sunny day can be especially dangerous for riders because...?

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If you have any doubts about your safety when visibility is limited, what should you do?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for riding off-road?

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What is the best strategy for crossing railway tracks?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for cross tracks?

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When should you dim your headlight high beam, whether you are meeting it or following it?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for handling irregular surfaces?

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What do ABS brakes allow you to do?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for being a safe passenger while riding?

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Why should you avoid using the high beam headlights in rain or fog?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for riding in rain, mist or fog?

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What happens if either tire starts to whine or shudder when you are braking?

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Which of the following is not a strategy for handling slippery surfaces?

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Test Day Tips

The day of your Yukon Motorcycle Test is not the day to rush or to work on new skills; it’s the day to apply everything you’ve learned. Here’s how to make the most out of your test day:

Mental and Physical Preparation

Ensure you are well-rested and mentally alert. Practice relaxation techniques, such as deep breathing, to calm pre-test jitters. Dress appropriately for the weather and the ride, and don’t forget your helmet and other necessary protective gear.

Strategies for Success during the Test

As you approach the written portion, take your time to read and understand each question. Utilize the process of elimination for multiple-choice questions. During the riding portion, maintain a smooth, confident riding style and follow all instructions given by the examiner.

What to Expect on Test Day

Be ready for a mix of anticipation and focus. Arrive early to familiarize yourself with the testing facility and ask any last-minute questions. The examiner will make the process clear, guiding you through every step.