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  • Perfect for learner’s permit and full rider’s licence
  • Based on official British Columbia 2024 Driver's manual
  • Updated for July 2024
Verified by Steven Litvintchouk, M.S., Chief Educational Researcher, Member of ACES. See our detailed commitment to accuracy and quality in our practice tests.
What you need to know
This British Columbia motorcycle practice test contains 30 questions based on the official BC motorcycle operator's handbook. Each question comes with a hint and a detailed explanation of the correct answer. The topics covered by this practice test are maneuvering a turn, scanning your environment, planning a change in direction, riding in a group, and your braking distance. This test is a great way to prepare for your BC motorcycle license exam.
What to expect on the official exam
30

questions

24

correct answers to pass

80

passing score

List of questions (classic view)
  1. When maneuvering a turn,
  2. When you are planning a change in direction, you should
  3. When purchasing a motorcycle, which of the following is most important to consider for safety reasons?
  4. When riding in a group it is wise to
  5. You should check your mirrors
  6. When turning at high speed, you should
  7. When turning left from a two-way road onto a one-way road, try to
  8. When you are behind a stopped school bus with alternating flashing lights on the top of, you should
  9. When you are surprised with a dangerous situation, you should consider
  10. When you change your lane position, you are
  11. When you double your speed, your braking distance
  12. Which factors affect your braking distance?
  13. Which forces affect braking?
  14. Which of the following conditions may affect your ability to see?
  15. Which of the following contributes to your fitness as a rider?
  16. Which of the following decreases your traction?
  17. Which of the following does stopping distance include?
  18. Which of the following happens when you have bad traction?
  19. Which of the following is part of the observation cycle?
  20. Which of the following statements is true?
  21. Which of the following will impair your riding?
  22. While riding, you should observe as far as
  23. Why when stopping at an intersection, should you leave at least 3 metres of space between your motorcycle and the vehicle ahead of you?
  24. Why do most cars collide with motorcyclists?
  25. Why should you avoid buying a used helmet?
  26. Why should you avoid following too near a large vehicle?
  27. You are being tailgated, what can you do?
  28. You have entered into an intersection to take a left hand turn, but the light turns yellow before you have started your turn. You should
  29. You should lean into a turn at speeds starting at
  30. While riding, you should scan your environment