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Free ICBC Motorcycle Knowledge Exam Practice Test 2024 | BC

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Based on 2024 BC motorcycle operator manual Instant feedback
This BC motorcycle practice test contains 30 questions designed based on the official British Columbia motorcycle rider's handbook. Each question comes with a hint and a detailed explanation. The test contains questions about the following topics: dominant lane position, turning and steering at low speed, finishing the turn, and riding in rain or fog. Use this test to prepare for your BC motorcycle license exam.
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List of questions (classic view)

  1. An example of thinking like a rider is
  2. At speeds of 15 to 20 km/h, you should turn by
  3. Before the crest of the hill, you should
  4. How much distance between you and other vehicles/obstructions should you maintain on either side of your motorcycle while riding?
  5. How often to motorcycle accidents result in head and neck injuries?
  6. What is the hand signal you should use if you wish to turn left?
  7. If a large vehicle in front of you does not have its brake light on
  8. If a tire goes flat while riding, it is usually best to
  9. If you are riding in rain and fog, you should
  10. If you become very angry at another vehicle while you are riding, you should
  11. If you have a motorcycle that fits your size and strength,
  12. If you have to go over an obstacle, you should aim to strike the obstacle
  13. If you have to ride off the pavement in an emergency, what should you do for a safe transition?
  14. If you maintain proper speed
  15. In British Columbia, you may ride without a helmet if
  16. When turning and steering at low speed you should
  17. In order to maintain a good space margin and prevent a possible collision, a rider must
  18. It is most important to flash your brake light when
  19. It’s legal to park your motorcycle
  20. Lane splitting is
  21. Motorcycles are allowed to use some of the HOV lanes
  22. On a multilane road, the dominant lane position is
  23. On a road that is crowned and curved, your footpeg might drag on the road as you corner. The solution to this is
  24. One of the top causes of motorcycle accidents in BC is
  25. One way to respond to tailgaters is
  26. Overriding your headlight means you are
  27. Positioning your motorcycle correctly to turn and finishing the turn in the correct lane is called
  28. Proper riding clothing should not
  29. Road conditions that could affect your riding include
  30. See-think-do is