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FREE British Columbia Motorcycle Practice Test 2 2024 | BC

This motorcycle practice test contains 30 questions that are based on the official British Columbia motorcycle rider's handbook. Each question has an optional hint and a detailed rationale for the correct answer. The topics covered by this practice test are lane splitting, the observation cycle, following behind a large vehicle, proper riding gear, and the motorcycle speed limit inside cities and towns. This practice test is a great way to prepare for your BC motorcycle license exam.

List of questions (classic view)

  1. Slowing down before a curve prevents
  2. Space conflicts can occur when
  3. Space conflicts happen when
  4. Staying alert includes
  5. The front brake provides you with what percentage of your stopping power?
  6. The observation cycle is
  7. Thinking like a rider does not mean
  8. To be seen while riding at night, you should
  9. To maintain proper speed
  10. To turn at low speeds
  11. Unless a road sign tells you otherwise, the motorcycle speed limit inside cities and towns is
  12. Unless a road sign tells you otherwise, the speed limit outside cities and towns is
  13. Use your mirrors and shoulder check whenever you plan to
  14. Vision blocks occur when
  15. What negative image pressures are acceptable even when they influence your riding?
  16. What is a hazard that might surprise you on the road?
  17. What is countersteering?
  18. What is inertia?
  19. What is lane splitting?
  20. What is the purpose of proper riding gear?
  21. What percentage of crashes happens at intersections?
  22. What percentage of the time do helmets prevent head injuries?
  23. What should you do before braking?
  24. What should you do if you don’t have enough space to stop in front of an obstacle?
  25. What should you do to avoid potential hazards?
  26. What should you try to predict while riding?
  27. When crossing railway tracks
  28. When do you NOT want to countersteer?
  29. When following behind a large vehicle, you should have at least how many seconds of following distance?
  30. The best time for you to use your brakes is