Practice Your Written Test

The written test is mandatory to obtain a motorcycle, 3-wheel or scooter license. Here is the content found on the test and some sample tests to practice.
Driving Handbook Test (Motorcycle)

Remember as a motorcyclist, your vehicle is small and not easily seen. Make eye contact with other drivers.

It is an offence to follow an emergency vehicle within _________..

Where is it permissable to carry a passenger on your motorcycle?

Every motorcycle must be equipped with at least one functioning brake on either the front wheel or the rear.

Are handlebars that have handlegrips 13 inches above its point of attachment at the frame legal?

Defensive riding is the most important key to safe driving. What is NOT a good defensive driving technique?

Most fatal motorcycle crashes involve collisions with automobiles. In the majority of cases, the car driver did not see the motorcyclist.

The front brake (located on the right handlebar) is the least important.

Other than at very low speeds (under 10 km/h), always apply both brakes to stop.

The front brake provides about _____ of the total braking force under normal road conditions because the weight shifts forward during braking.

Use both brakes every time you slow down or stop. If you use only the rear brake for normal stops, you may not have enough skill to use the front brake properly in an emergency.

It is preferable when stopped in traffic to have transmission in neutral. (Driver's Handbook)

Why is it a good idea to never ride with the brakes partly applied? (Riding the brakes)

A motorcycle can stop quicker than most vehicles. Considering this, what can motorcyclist do to compensate for this while in traffic?

When approaching sand or gravel, speed up and shift to a higher gear.

There is no one lane position which is best all the time. Under normal conditions, the best position in which to see ahead and to be seen by other drivers on a two-way, two-lane street is...

Evaluate traffic and road conditions constantly and decide what is the best lane position. There are advantages and disadvantages for each and your choice will always result in compromise.

What is the only sure way to see a car behind you in the next lane?

A One-Second Interval is a good way to learn to recognize safe following distance.

To get the motorcycle to lean quickly, counter steer. (Counter-steering means steering one way to send the bike in the opposite direction). If you wish to turn right, push on the right handgrip, this will cause the front wheel to move slightly left. The result is a lean to the right.

When travelling at high speeds, the front wheel can suddenly start to wobble (shake from side to side). It is advisable to quickly brake.

If during heavy braking, your front wheel begins to skid. What must you do?

If a front tire blows, hang on firmly and try to steer straight and shift your weight to the rear. When you’ve slowed enough, move to the right side of the road.

What is a contributing factor in the majority of cases of motorcycle and automobile collisions?

The front brake provides about what percentage of the total braking force under normal road conditions?

Which of the following is the best position to assume when several motorcycles are riding together?

If the rear tire blows, the motorcyclist should:

When making a sharp turn at less than 25 km/h, you should:

Driving Handbook Test

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Driving Handbook
New Brunswick


Table Of Contents

1. Licensing Of Drivers

2. Registration Of Vehicles

3. Equipment

4. Rules Of The Road

5. Safe Driving

6. Sharing The Road

7. Traffic Signs

8. What Every Motorcyclist Must Know

9. Organ Transplantation And Donation

10. Additional Information Important To Drivers