Motorcycle License M1 Practice Test
Section 4 - All Question Quiz
All Questions from the Section 4 - Motorcycle License Test
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A driver entering a highway via an entrance ramp must:
Its best to be caution of any different road surface you are driving over.
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A motorcyclist should keep the mirrors positioned in such a way that the motorcyclist can:
Motorcyclists need to use their mirrors properly to ensure they are aware of their surroundings. Mirrors help motorcyclists see traffic around them, giving them greater safety. Motorcyclists should check mirrors every 5 to 7 seconds. Even after checking the mirrors, it is important for motorcyclists to do a shoulder check to visually confirm the traffic situation in advance of any action, be it turning, slowing down, changing lanes and so on.
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What should motorcyclists take into consideration at railway crossings?
Railway crossings are potentially hazardous due to the fact that trains travel much faster than they seem, and cannot stop quickly. It can take 2 km or more for a train to stop even when brakes are fully applied. Never depend on a train to be able to stop on time to avoid you, and drive on only once the train has passed. Other hazards at railway crossings may include having to stop for other vehicles, and the loss of traction which can occur because train tracks are slippery at all times, and more so when they are wet.
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In case a need arises for a motorcyclist to stop the motorcycle while making a turn, the following process should be used:
If a stop must be made during a turn, it is important to use both brakes. Remember to use all fingers to pull in the clutch and the front brakes so that there are no shudders and shakes. Downshifting can sometimes be used as an alternative as well.
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How often should motorcyclists check mirrors while driving on a freeway?
Frequent mirror checks enable motorcyclists to be aware of their surroundings, helping to ensure safer driving. Motorcyclists are permitted to drive on freeways only after acquiring the M2 license.
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In a situation where a number of motorcyclists are traveling with each other, in what way should they drive?
A staggered formation allows motorcyclists to drive close to each other in a group but prevents them from driving too close or alongside one another. Using staggered formation, motorcyclists ensure they have enough room in which to safely maneuver.
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If the engine seizes while in use, what should the motorcyclist do?
A seized engine means the engine has frozen or become locked. There are usually some warning signs before this happens, so motorcyclists have some time to react before the engine seizes and the wheels lock. It is important to stop and pull over before that happens.
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Besides a properly-equipped motorcycle, what is required for a motorcyclist to tow a trailer?
Special care should be taken when towing a trailer with a motorcycle. The trailer must have a mandatory white plate light, two red reflectors on the rear and a red tail light.
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How does driving over metal gratings, worn out roads or grooved pavement affect the driving of a motorcycle?
Any time an uneven road surface results in a feeling of loss of control or shakiness, it is important to maintain a strong grip on the handlebars and avoid sudden movements or rash reactions.
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What is required for a motorcyclist with an M1 license to carry a passenger?
M1 drivers are barred by law from carrying passengers. Even M2 motorcyclists are advised to avoid carrying heavy cargo or passengers as much as possible.
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