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FREE British Columbia Motorcycle Marathon

  • Perfect for learner’s permit and full rider’s licence
  • Based on official British Columbia 2024 Driver's manual
  • Updated for July 2024
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What you need to know
Designed to give you more practice, this Marathon test contains questions from all other practice tests, but with a twist: it'll cycle through them until you've answered each of them correctly. This way, you can get more practice on each topic, and see what you can remember. Good luck, you're going to need it!
List of questions (classic view)
  1. A learner driver (Class 5L) who fails the road test ________ will be required to take additional driving instruction before the next attempt.
  2. In Manitoba, the maximum speed limits in rural and urban areas respectively are
  3. If an emergency vehicle displaying flashing red lights or sounding an alarm is approaching, you must
  4. On an undivided roadway, when a school bus's red lights are flashing, you must stop at least _______ from the bus.
  5. In Manitoba, when driving at night, you must dim your headlights
  6. In Manitoba, if you are caught using a hand-held cell phone while you're driving, your licence will be suspended for ______ for a first offence.
  7. If you arrive at the scene of a collision in which someone has been seriously injured, you should do all of the following EXCEPT
  8. If a novice driver violates the zero blood alcohol restriction,
  9. According to The Highway Traffic Act, you must use caution when passing an emergency vehicle that is working on the side of the roadside. You should slow your speed to
  10. Drivers pulled over with a BAC over .08%, who then do not cooperate with officers, may face
  11. How long does it take to move up one level on the Driver Safety Rating scale?
  12. It is illegal to park
  13. According to the Tiered Administrative Licence Suspension Program, if it is your second occurrence of driving with a BAC between .05% and .08% within a 10-year period, you face
  14. If a driver's licence is suspended and a driver still chooses to operate a vehicle, consequences can include
  15. Every motor vehicle is required to have a horn that can be heard for at least
  16. In Manitoba, if a collision involved only property damage (i.e., no injuries), must you report it to the police?
  17. A Class 5L (Learner) driver must be supervised by a fully licensed driver whose blood alcohol concentration is less than
  18. You must not make a U-turn near the crest of a hill unless you have a clear view of oncoming traffic for at least
  19. According to the Manitoba Driver's Handbook, when you intend to make a turn in a city or town, you should start to signal at least _______ before the turn.
  20. According to the Manitoba Driver's Handbook, when you intend to make a turn in a rural area, you should start to signal at least _______ before the turn.
  21. You are approaching a school bus with its flashing lights on and its stop arm extended. Which of the following is true?
  22. In Manitoba, if you are convicted of speeding in a designated construction zone, the fine
  23. In Manitoba, it is illegal to park within ____ metres of a pedestrian corridor.
  24. In Manitoba, studded tires are illegal between
  25. If you are caught driving with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08% or more, your licence will be immediately suspended for
  26. Under the Criminal Code, if you are found guilty of driving with a blood drug concentration of over 5 ng of THC, you may face which of the following penalties?
  27. In Manitoba, a child passenger will NOT need a booster seat anymore
  28. In Manitoba, you must have your headlights on
  29. You must turn on your headlights whenever visibility is reduced to
  30. According to the Manitoba Driver's Handbook, a safe following distance under ideal driving conditions is