DMV PA - Class M Motorcycle Multiple Choice Test Questions

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Multiple Choice Test Questions (and answers,) for the Class M Motorcycle Driver's Knowledge Test portion of the Motorcycle Drivers License Exam of Pennsylvania.
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  1. 1. A plastic shatter-resistant face shield:

    a. Is not necessary if you have a windshield.
    b. Only protects your eyes.
    c. Helps protect your whole face.
    d. Does not protect your face as well as goggles.
    c. Helps protect your whole face.
  2. 2. More than half of all crashes:

    a. Occur at speeds greater than 35 mph.
    b. Happen at night.
    c. Are caused by worn tires.
    d. Involve riders who have ridden their motorcycles less than six months.
    d. Involve riders who have ridden their motorcycles less than six months.
  3. 3. When riding, you should:

    a. Turn your head and shoulders to look through turns.
    b. Keep your arms straight.
    c. Keep your knees away from the gas tank.
    d. Turn just your head and eyes to look where you are going.
    d. Turn just your head and eyes to look where you are going.
  4. 4. Usually, a good way to handle tailgaters is to:

    a. Change lanes and let them pass.
    b. Use your horn and make obscene gestures.
    c. Speed up to put distance between you and the tailgater.
    d. Ignore them.
    a. Change lanes and let them pass.
  5. 5. To reduce your reaction time, you should:

    a. Ride slower than the speed limit.
    b. Cover the clutch and the brakes.
    c. Shift into neutral when slowing.
    d. Pull in the clutch when turning.
    b. Cover the clutch and the brakes.
  6. 6. Making eye contact with other drivers:

    a. Is a good sign they see you.
    b. Is not worth the effort it takes.
    c. Doesn't mean that the driver will yield.
    d. Guarantees that the other driver will yield to you.
    c. Doesn't mean that the driver will yield.
  7. 7. Reflective clothing should:

    a. Be worn at night.
    b. Be worn during the day.
    c. Not be worn.
    d. Be worn day and night.
    d. Be worn day and night.
  8. 8. The best way to stop quickly is to:

    a. Use the front brake only.
    b. Use the rear brake first.
    c. Throttle down and use the front brake.
    d. Use both brakes at the same time.
    d. Use both brakes at the same time.
  9. 9. When it starts to rain it is usually best to:

    a. Ride in the center of the lane.
    b. Pull off to the side until the rain stops.
    c. Ride in the tire tracks left by cars.
    d. Increase your speed.
    c. Ride in the tire tracks left by cars.
  10. 10. If your motorcycle starts to wobble:

    a. Accelerate out of the wobble.
    b. Use the brakes gradually.
    c. Grip the handlebars firmly and close the throttle gradually.
    d. Downshift.
    c. Grip the handlebars firmly and close the throttle gradually.
  11. 11. If you are chased by a dog:

    a. Kick it away.
    b. stop until the animal loses interest.
    c. Swerve around the animal.
    d. Approach the animal slowly, then speed up.
    d. Approach the animal slowly, then speed up.
  12. 12. Passengers should:

    a. Lean as you lean.
    b. Hold on to the motorcycle seat.
    c. Sit as far back as possible.
    d. Never hold onto you.
    a. Lean as you lean.
  13. 13. When riding in a group, inexperienced riders should position themselves:

    a. Just behind the leader.
    b. In front of the group.
    c. At the tail end of the group.
    d. Beside the leader.
    a. Just behind the leader.
  14. 14. If you wait an hour for each drink before riding:

    a. You cannot be arrested for drinking and riding.
    b. Your riding skills will not be affected.
    c. Side effects from the drinking may still remain.
    d. You will be okay as long as you ride slowly.
    c. Side effects from the drinking may still remain.
  15. 15. It is MOST important to flash your brake light when:

    a. Someone is following too closely.
    b. You will be slowing suddenly.
    c. There is a stop sign ahead.
    d. Your signals are not working.
    b. You will be slowing suddenly.
  16. 16. The FRONT brake supplies how much of the potential stopping power?

    a. About one-quarter.
    b. About one-half.
    c. About three-quarters.
    d. All of the stopping power.
    c. About three-quarters.
  17. 17. To swerve correctly:

    a. Shift your weight quickly.
    b. Turn the handlebars quickly.
    c. Press the handgrip in the direction of the turn.
    d. Press the handgrip in the opposite direction of the turn.
    c. Press the handgrip in the direction of the turn.
  18. 18. If a tire goes flat while riding, and you must stop, it is usually best to:

    a. Hold the handlegrips firmly and stay off the brakes.
    b. Shift your weight toward the good wheel and brake.
    c. Brake on the good wheel and steer to the right.
    d. Use both brakes and stop quickly.
    c. Brake on the good wheel and steer to the right.
  19. 19. When adjusting the mirrors on your motorcycle, it is important that you can see the lane behind you, and that you can see the lane(s) next to you as much as possible:

    a. True
    b. False
    a. True
  20. 20. According to the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF,) the SEE strategy is a 3 step process used to make appropriate judgements, and apply them correctly in different traffic situations. What do the letters in SEE stand for?

    a. Scan, Examine, Execute
    b. Scour, Execute, Evaluate
    c. Search, Evaluate, Execute
    d. Scold, Evict, Evade
    c. Search, Evaluate, Execute
  21. 21. Eye protection:

    a. Is not needed if your motorcycle is equipped with a windshield.
    b. Is only needed when riding in bad weather.
    c. Should give a clear view to either side.
    c. Should give a clear view to either side.
  22. 22. How should the brakes be applied when stopping a motorcycle?

    a. Apply the back brake first and after you have slowed down then apply the front brake.
    b. Apply the front brake first and after you have slowed down then apply the back brake.
    c. Apply the front and back brakes simultaneously.
    c. Apply the front and back brakes simultaneously.
  23. 23. When approaching a section of roadway where there is deep sand or gravel, you should:

    a. Hit the area as fast as possible.
    b. Go as slowly as possible.
    c. Slow down and change to a lower gear before entering.
    c. Slow down and change to a lower gear before entering.
  24. 24. When riding at night you should:

    a. Move closer to the vehicle in front of you to use its lights to see farther down the road.
    b. Keep driving at your normal speed because slowing down would increase the chance of being struck from behind.
    c. Reduce your speed because it is harder to see somthing lying in the road.
    c. Reduce your speed because it is harder to see somthing lying in the road.
  25. 25. You are riding along and decide to stop. What is the correct hand signal for you to give?

    a. Hand and arm to the right pointing downward.
    b. Hand and arm pointing straight out.
    c. Left hand and arm pointing downward.
    c. Left hand and arm pointing downward.
  26. 26. When riding on a wet or slippery road surface, you should:

    a. Reduce the pressure of the tires.
    b. Avoid sudden braking or acceleration.
    c. Keep feet off of footrests.
    b. Avoid sudden braking or acceleration.
  27. 27. What is the most important thing to do when starting a motorcycle?

    a. Prime the engine.
    b. Turn the engine to compression stroke.
    c. Put gear selector in neutral.
    c. Put gear selector in neutral.
  28. 28. A primary cause of single vehicle motorcycle accidents is:

    a. Motorcyclists' tendency to drive too fast for weather conditions.
    b. Motorcyclists running wide in a curve or turn and colliding with the roadway or a fixed object.
    c. Motorcyclists running off the road while trying to avoid a collision with another vehicle.
    b. Motorcyclists running wide in a curve or turn and colliding with the roadway or a fixed object.
  29. 29. What should you do when approaching two lanes of vehicles stopped at a traffic signal?

    a. Pull between the two lanes of vehicles and stop.
    b. Pull to the left side of the vehicle stopped in the left lane.
    c. Stop behind the last vehicle in either lane.
    c. Stop behind the last vehicle in either lane.
  30. 30. Which of the following should be done continually when riding a motorcycle?

    a. Adjust carburetor for smooth running.
    b. Assess road conditions ahead.
    c. Make visual checks on all controls.
    b. Assess road conditions ahead.
  31. 31. Which of the following conditions affect a motorcycle rider more than the driver of a vehicle with four or more wheels?

    a. Heavy traffic.
    b. Bright headlights.
    c. Road and weather conditions.
    c. Road and weather conditions.
  32. 32. When two or more motorcycles are traveling together, what positions should they maintain?

    a. Travel side by side.
    b. Maintain the lane in a staggered file position keeping a proper distance between motorcycles.
    c. Travel directly behind each other.
    b. Maintain the lane in a staggered file position keeping a proper distance between motorcycles.
  33. 33. When riding with a group of motorcyclists, a staggered formation:

    a. Is recommended at all times.
    b. Should not be used when entering or exiting a highway.
    c. Should be used when riding on curves.
    b. Should not be used when entering or exiting a highway.
  34. 34. Passengers on motorcycles should:

    a. Put their feet on the ground when the motorcycle is stopped.
    b. Not ride without a back rest.
    c. Sit as far forward as possible without crowding you.
    c. Sit as far forward as possible without crowding you.
  35. 35. When riding a motorcycle, all hand signals should be given with:

    a. The right hand and arm only.
    b. The left hand and arm only.
    c. It doesn't matter which hand and arm you use.
    b. The left hand and arm only.
  36. 36. When following a vehicle with four or more wheels, in what part of the lane should the operator of a motorcycle travel?

    a. In the center and directly behind the vehicle ahead.
    b. Maintain your lane and stay slightly to the right or left of the vehicle ahead.
    c. It doesn't matter which part of the lane you travel in.
    a. In the center and directly behind the vehicle ahead.
  37. 37. The best lane position for a motorcyle:

    a. Is in the left part of the lane, next to the center line.
    b. Is in the right part of the lane, next to the curb.
    c. Can vary depending on road and/or traffic conditions.
    c. Can vary depending on road and/or traffic conditions.
  38. 38. Most accidents involving motorcycles in which the motorcycle operator is not at fault, occur as a result of:

    a. Lack of regard for motorcycle riders by operators of vehicles with four or more wheels.
    b. Operators of vehicles with four or more wheels failing to yield right-of-way to motorcycle riders.
    c. Difficulty in seeing motorcycles which are smaller than most vehicles with four or more wheels.
    c. Difficulty in seeing motorcycles which are smaller than most vehicles with four or more wheels.
  39. 39. To accelerate or brake safely the motorcycle should be:

    a. Leaning to the left.
    b. As vertical as possible.
    c. Leaning to the right.
    b. As vertical as possible.
  40. 40. Grabbing the front brake or jamming down on the rear brake:

    a. Can cause the brakes to lock.
    b. Is the best way to stop in an emergency.
    c. Is the best way to slow down when the streets are wet.
    a. Can cause the brakes to lock.
  41. 41. It is MOST important to flash you brake light when:

    a. Some one is following too close.
    b. You will be slowing suddenly.
    c. There is a stop sign ahead.
    b. You will be slowing suddenly.
  42. 42. Upshifting or downshifting in a curve:

    a. Should only be done if it can be done smoothly.
    b. Is better than shifting before the curve.
    c. Is the best way to control your speed.
    a. Should only be done if it can be done smoothly.
  43. 43. Passengers should:

    a. Lean as you lean.
    b. Hold on to the motorcycle seat.
    c. Sit as far back as possible.
    a. Lean as you lean.
  44. 44. When riding in a group, inexperienced riders should position themselves:

    a. Just behind the leader.
    b. In front of the group.
    c. At the tail end of the group.
    a. Just behind the leader.
  45. 45. To avoid confusing other drivers you should:

    a. Increase the following distance between your motorcycle and the vehicle in front of you if you are being tailgated.
    b. Make sure your turn signal turns off after you finish a turn.
    c. Use your horn only in emergency situations.
    b. Make sure your turn signal turns off after you finish a turn.
  46. 46. You should operate the engine cut-off switch and pull in the clutch when:

    a. The throttle is stuck and you can't free it.
    b. You start to lose control in a curve.
    c. The motorcycle starts to wobble.
    a. The throttle is stuck and you can't free it.
  47. 47. Brightly colored, reflective helmets and clothing:

    a. Should only be worn while riding at night.
    b. Can make motorcycle riders easier to see.
    c. Do not increase a motorcycle rider's safety.
    b. Can make motorcycle riders easier to see.
  48. 48. What is the best way to stay out of trouble while riding a motorcycle?

    a. To see it coming by looking well ahead.
    b. By avoiding high density traffic areas.
    c. By increasing the following distance between your motorcycle and the vehicle in front of you.
    a. To see it coming by looking well ahead.
  49. 49. A motorcycle rider has an advantage over an automobile driver when passing parked vehicles because:

    a. A motorcycle can accelerate faster than a car.
    b. A motorcycle rider can avoid the problems of opening doors and people stepping out from between vehicles by driving in the left part of the lane.
    c. Motorcycles have a shorter stopping distance.
    b. A motorcycle rider can avoid the problems of opening doors and people stepping out from between vehicles by driving in the left part of the lane.
  50. 50. If a tire goes flat while riding and you must stop, it is usually best to:

    a. Relax on the handle grips.
    b. Shift your weight toward the good tire.
    c. Brake on the good tire and steer to the side of the road.
    c. Brake on the good tire and steer to the side of the road.
  51. 51. The FRONT brake supplies how much of the potential stopping power?

    a. About one-quarter
    b. About one-half
    c. About three-quarters
    c. About three-quarters
  52. 52. If you must carry a load it should be:

    a. Either over or in front of the rear axle.
    b. Carried on the gas tank in front of the driver.
    c. Piled up against a sissy bar or frame on the back of the seat.
    a. Either over or in front of the rear axle.
  53. 53. To reduce your reaction time, you should:

    a. Ride slower than the speed limit.
    b. Cover the clutch and the brakes.
    c. Shift into neutral when slowing.
    b. Cover the clutch and the brakes.
  54. 54. Reflective clothing should:

    a. Be worn during the day.
    b. Not be worn.
    c. Be worn day and night.
    c. Be worn day and night.
  55. 55. To execute a turn safely a motorcycle rider should always:

    a. Lean the motorcycle in the direction of the curve or turn.
    b. Slow down in the turn.
    c. Turn using the handle bars only.
    a. Lean the motorcycle in the direction of the curve or turn.
  56. 56. __________ is a major factor in accidents caused by motorcycles.

    a. Following too closely
    b. Lane sharing
    c. Not being seen by other drivers
    a. Following too closely
  57. 57. If you wait an hour for each drink before riding:

    a. You cannot be arrested for drinking and riding.
    b. Your riding skills will not be affected.
    c. Side effects from the drinking may still remain.
    c. Side effects from the drinking may still remain.
  58. 58. To swerve correctly:

    a. Shift your weight quickly.
    b. Turn the handle bars quickly.
    c. Press the handgrip in the direction of the turn.
    c. Press the handgrip in the direction of the turn.
  59. 59. If your motorcycle starts to wander back and forth while riding over metal bridge gratings you should:

    a. Downshift immediately to a lower gear to improve traction.
    b. Proceed in a zig-zag pattern until you cross the bridge.
    c. Relax, stay on course and ride straight across.
    c. Relax, stay on course and ride straight across.
  60. 60. Highway pegs:

    a. Are a good idea, especially on long trips.
    b. Are standard equipment on all motorcycles.
    c. Can increase the time it takes to reach the foot brake in an emergency.
    c. Can increase the time it takes to reach the foot brake in an emergency.
  61. 61. Motorcycle turn signals:

    a. Cancel automatically on some models.
    b. Also require hand signals.
    c. Always cancel automatically.
    a. Cancel automatically on some models.
  62. 62. Making eye contact:

    a. Is a good sign they see you.
    b. Is not worth the effort it takes.
    c. Doesn't mean that the driver will yield.
    c. Doesn't mean that the driver will yield.
  63. 63. Before you change lanes, make sure you:

    a. Slow down.
    b. Check your mirrors.
    c. Make a head check by turning your head and looking at traffic to the side.
    c. Make a head check by turning your head and looking at traffic to the side.
  64. 64. In a collision, injury can often be avoided by:

    a. Wearing protective gear.
    b. The ability to lay the bike down.
    c. Stopping quickly.
    a. Wearing protective gear.
  65. 65. Alcohol will affect:

    a. Vision and judgment.
    b. Reaction time and coordination.
    c. Vision, judgment, reaction time and coordination.
    c. Vision, judgment, reaction time and coordination.
  66. 66. Lane position selection can:

    a. Communicate to other drivers.
    b. Increase visibility.
    c. Increase visibility and communicate to other drivers.
    c. Increase visibility and communicate to other drivers.
  67. 67. Most motorcycle crashes occur:

    a. During rainy conditions.
    b. After midnight.
    c. In broad daylight.
    c. In broad daylight.
  68. 68. One of the biggest dangers facing motorcycle riders is:

    a. Engine failure.
    b. An oncoming car that turns left in front of you.
    c. A flat tire.
    b. An oncoming car that turns left in front of you.
  69. 69. Increase your following distance:

    a. When other traffic does so.
    b. When you don't know how to stop.
    c. To adjust for weather and traffic.
    c. To adjust for weather and traffic.
  70. 70. A plastic shatter-resistant face shield:

    a. Is not necessary if you have a windshield.
    b. Only protects your eyes.
    c. Helps protect your whole face.
    c. Helps protect your whole face.
  71. 71. When choosing riding clothes, pick:

    a. Bright, reflective clothing.
    b. Something loose and flowing.
    c. A dark jacket.
    a. Bright, reflective clothing.
  72. 72. A major factor in crashes is:

    a. Roadway defects.
    b. Motorists find it difficult to see motorcyclists in traffic.
    c. The motorcyclist is speeding.
    b. Motorists find it difficult to see motorcyclists in traffic.
  73. 73. The best way to discourage other motorists from sharing your lane is to:

    a. Keep a center-portion position.
    b. Use your horn when a vehicle is driving next to you.
    c. Slowly weave back and forth in your lane.
    a. Keep a center-portion position.
  74. 74. Pedestrians and animals in the road are potentially dangerous because they are:

    a. Heavy and will damage your motorcycle.
    b. Coming straight at you.
    c. Unpredictable and make short, quick moves.
    c. Unpredictable and make short, quick moves.
  75. 75. In normal turns, the rider and motorcycle should lean together. In slow, tight turns:

    a. The rider should lean heavily into the turn.
    b. The rider should lean the motorcycle only and keep his body straight.
    c. The rider and motorcycle should lean together.
    c. The rider and motorcycle should lean together.
  76. 76. Passengers should:

    a. Hold on to the rider's waist.
    b. Put their feet down at stops and hold on to the rider's waist.
    c. Put their feet down at stops.
    a. Hold on to the rider's waist.
  77. 77. When stopping, you should:

    a. Stay in second gear.
    b. Downshift without using the clutch.
    c. Downshift through all the gears to first gear.
    c. Downshift through all the gears to first gear.
  78. 78. To make a quick stop:

    a. Use your rear brake only.
    b. Grab your front brake hard.
    c. Apply both brakes steadily and firmly without locking them.
    c. Apply both brakes steadily and firmly without locking them.
  79. 79. For loose roadway surfaces and unexpected debris:

    a. Reduce both speed and lean angle.
    b. Downshift for more power.
    c. Be prepared to stop quickly.
    a. Reduce both speed and lean angle.
  80. 80. At high-risk intersections:

    a. Be prepared to accelerate hard.
    b. Stop and let other traffic pass.
    c. Cover the brakes and clutch to reduce reaction time.
    c. Cover the brakes and clutch to reduce reaction time.
  81. 81. If someone tailgates you:

    a. Make a quick stop.
    b. Let the tailgater get in front of you.
    c. Speed up.
    b. Let the tailgater get in front of you.
  82. 82. When riding in windy conditions, should you?

    a. Keep your speed down.
    b. Keep close to other vehicles.
    c. Stay close to the gutter.
    a. Keep your speed down.
  83. 83. A vehicle pulls out in front of you at a junction. What should you do?

    a. Swerve past it and blow your horn.
    b. Accelerate past it immediately.
    c. Slow down and be ready to stop.
    c. Slow down and be ready to stop.
  84. 84. You can help make yourself more visible to other drivers by:

    a. Using your headlights.
    b. Allowing space between yourself and other vehicles.
    c. All of the above.
    c. All of the above.
  85. 85. The key to making a quick turn is:

    a. Shifting your weight quickly.
    b. Turning the handlebars quickly.
    c. Getting the motorcycle to lean quickly.
    c. Getting the motorcycle to lean quickly.
  86. 86. Why should you ride with dipped headlights during the day light?

    a. To make sure the lights work before it goes dark.
    b. To keep the battery working.
    c. So other road users will see you.
    c. So other road users will see you.
  87. 87. To be effective, eye or face protection must:

    a. Be free of scratches, shatterproof, well-ventilated and securely fastened.
    b. Hug the shape of your face.
    c. Be made of durable metal.
    a. Be free of scratches, shatterproof, well-ventilated and securely fastened.
  88. 88. Motorists often misjudge the approach speed of motorcycles because:

    a. Motorcyclists ride too fast.
    b. Motorcycles are hard to see.
    c. Motorcycles are loud.
    b. Motorcycles are hard to see.
  89. 89. When entering a curve, it's best to change gears:

    a. Before entering the curve.
    b. After exiting the curve.
    c. While in the curve.
    a. Before entering the curve.
  90. 90. When riding at night, it is safest to:

    a. Maintain the posted speed limit.
    b. Wear light colored clothing or gear with reflective strips.
    c. Both A and C.
    c. Both A and C.
  91. 91. You are about to drive but you feel unwell. You should?

    a. Take suitable medicine before driving.
    b. Shorten the journey if you can.
    c. Not drive.
    c. Not drive.
  92. 92. The safest type of eye protection is:

    a. Goggles.
    b. The motorcycle's windshield.
    c. A face shield.
    c. A face shield.
  93. 93. In order for a motorcycle to be street legal, it must have:

    a. Turn signals and brake, head and tail lights.
    b. Two mirrors and a horn.
    c. All of the above.
    c. All of the above.
  94. 94. It is most important to flash your brake light to warn drivers behind, that:

    a. They are following too closely.
    b. You will be slowing suddenly.
    c. You are changing the lane.
    b. You will be slowing suddenly.
  95. 95. A properly fitting helmet will fit:

    a. Snugly.
    b. Tightly against the skull.
    c. Loosely around the chin.
    a. Snugly.
  96. 96. Most motorcycle accidents occur at speeds below 30 mph; that means that motorcycle riders should:

    a. Always drive faster than 30 mph.
    b. Always ride slower than 30 mph.
    c. Wear a helmet to cut down on head injuries.
    c. Wear a helmet to cut down on head injuries.
  97. 97. When moving off from a parked position you should?

    a. Signal if other drivers need to slow down.
    b. Give a hand signal as well as using the indicators.
    c. Look over your shoulder for a final check.
    c. Look over your shoulder for a final check.
  98. 98. While riding your motorcycle, the reason to allow plenty of space all around you is to:

    a. Give you time to react to a potential problem.
    b. So people can see you better.
    c. All of the above.
    c. All of the above.
  99. 99. To stop or slow your motorcycle down, you should:

    a. Use only the front brake.
    b. Use only the back brake.
    c. Use both brakes at once.
    c. Use both brakes at once.
  100. 100. The best lane position to take is:

    a. The center of the lane.
    b. The lane appropriate to the situation and conditions.
    c. The far left position.
    b. The lane appropriate to the situation and conditions.
  101. 101. When riding in a group of motorcycles, it is best to:

    a. Maintain a staggered formation.
    b. Let the beginners go first.
    c. All of the above.
    c. All of the above.
  102. 102. When carrying passengers, the one thing they should never do is:

    a. Sit far forward, but not enough to crowd you.
    b. Hold onto you.
    c. Talk to you so you aren't bored.
    c. Talk to you so you aren't bored.
  103. 103. While riding your motorcycle, the most likely place to have a problem with a vehicle driver is:

    a. On the highway in inclement weather.
    b. On the highway during clear weather.
    c. At any type of intersection.
    c. At any type of intersection.
  104. 104. If you park your motorcycle at the curb, you should park it at:

    a. 180 degree angle.
    b. 360 degree angle.
    c. 90 degree angle.
    c. 90 degree angle.
  105. 105. When a driver of a vehicle is passing you, you should:

    a. Stay in the far left lane position.
    b. Move to the center lane position.
    c. Move to the far right lane position.
    b. Move to the center lane position.
  106. 106. You should get into the habit of turning on your headlights:

    a. In bad weather.
    b. All of the time.
    c. At dusk.
    b. All of the time.
  107. 107. More than half of all crashes:

    a. Happen at night.
    b. Are caused by worn tires.
    c. Involve riders who have ridden their motorcycles less than six months.
    c. Involve riders who have ridden their motorcycles less than six months.
  108. 108. A plastic shatter-resistant face shield:

    a. Is not necessary if you have a windshield.
    b. Only protects your eyes.
    c. Helps protect your whole face.
    c. Helps protect your whole face.
  109. 109. You need to ride with extra safety precautions when the road:

    a. Is constructed of dirt or gravel.
    b. Includes bumpy surfaces such as speed bumps, manhole covers or lane dots.
    c. All of the above.
    c. All of the above.
  110. 110. The biggest cause of accidents involving a single motorcycle is:

    a. Driving too fast in bad weather.
    b. Improper braking techniques.
    c. Veering wide through a turn or curve.
    c. Veering wide through a turn or curve.
  111. 111. On your motorcycle, you don't have to turn your head to check before you make a lane change because:

    a. You will be through your blind spot in a few seconds.
    b. Your mirrors will let you know if it is clear.
    c. None of the above.
    c. None of the above.
  112. 112. If you plan to pass a vehicle, you should:

    a. Always pass to the left.
    b. Always pass on the right.
    c. Exceed the speed limit by no more than 10 mph.
    a. Always pass to the left.
  113. 113. You should always check your mirrors when:

    a. You are stopped at an intersection.
    b. You are about to change lanes.
    c. All of the above.
    c. All of the above.
  114. 114. If you should see a potential for an accident in front of you, you should:

    a. Apply firm and steady pressure on both brakes.
    b. Be ready to speed up.
    c. Any or all of these depending on the situation.
    c. Any or all of these depending on the situation.
  115. 115. Usually, a good way to handle tailgater is to:

    a. Change lanes and let them pass.
    b. Use your horn and make obscene gestures.
    c. Speed up to put distance between you and the tailgater.
    a. Change lanes and let them pass.
  116. 116. You should use your turn signals:

    a. Every time you change lanes.
    b. Only when other vehicles are nearby.
    c. Only at night.
    a. Every time you change lanes.
  117. 117. Lane sharing:

    a. Lets you get where you are going faster.
    b. Is an unsafe practice.
    c. Can be dangerous in heavy traffic.
    b. Is an unsafe practice.
  118. 118. A wobble can behin for many reasons, including load imbalance, under or over inflated tires, or mechanical trouble. If you experience a wobble, you should do all these things except:

    a. Brake fast and hard to stop the problem quickly.
    b. Shift your weight forward.
    c. Get off the roadway as soon as you are safely able to.
    a. Brake fast and hard to stop the problem quickly.
  119. 119. When riding, you should:

    a. Keep your arms straight.
    b. Keep your knees away from the gas tank.
    c. Turn just your head and eyes to look where you are going.
    c. Turn just your head and eyes to look where you are going.
  120. 120. If for any reason you need to pull off the road, you should always:

    a. Use your turn or hand signals.
    b. Flash your headlights and sound your horn.
    c. All of the above.
    c. All of the above.
  121. 121. In a normal turn, you should lean:

    a. Your body more than your cycle.
    b. Your cycle more than your body.
    c. Your cycle and your body at the same angle.
    c. Your cycle and your body at the same angle.
  122. 122. If you have to ride off the pavement in an emergency, what should you do for a safe transition?

    a. Slow down and steer before leaving the paved surface.
    b. Release the brakes before leaving the pavement.
    c. All of the above.
    c. All of the above.
  123. 123. When it starts to rain it is usually best to:

    a. Ride in the center of the lane.
    b. Pull off to the side until the rain stops.
    c. Ride in the tire tracks left by cars.
    c. Ride in the tire tracks left by cars.
  124. 124. When following a car, you should try to ride where the driver:

    a. Cannot see you in the mirror.
    b. Can see you in his/her rearview mirror.
    c. Can see you in his/her sideview mirror.
    b. Can see you in his/her rearview mirror.
  125. 125. When the FRONT tire goes flat:

    a. The steering will feel heavy.
    b. The cycle will tend to jerk from side to side.
    c. The handlebars will shake violently.
    a. The steering will feel heavy.
  126. 126. Before you start the engine of a borrowed cycle, you should:

    a. Make all the checks you would on your own cycle.
    b. Place your feet on your pegs.
    c. Apply your hand brake.
    a. Make all the checks you would on your own cycle.
  127. 127. When riding at night, you should follow the car ahead with:

    a. About the same distance as during the day.
    b. Somewhat less distance than during the day.
    c. More distance than during the day.
    c. More distance than during the day.
  128. 128. If your motorcycle starts to wobble:

    a. Accelerate out of the wobble.
    b. Use the brake gradually.
    c. Grip the handlebars firmly and close the throttle gradually.
    c. Grip the handlebars firmly and close the throttle gradually.
  129. 129. At night, you should use your high beam:

    a. Only when riding on dark, unlit roads.
    b. Whenever there is no traffic in front of you.
    c. Only when riding on highways.
    b. Whenever there is no traffic in front of you.
  130. 130. Of the following, which gives the MOST eye and face protection while riding?

    a. A windshield.
    b. Goggles.
    c. A face shield.
    c. A face shield.
  131. 131. As a minimum, you should check your cycle's cables for broken strands:

    a. Before each ride.
    b. At least each week.
    c. At the start of each season.
    a. Before each ride.
  132. 132. While you adjust your mirrors to carry a passenger, the passenger should:

    a. Sit on the seat with you.
    b. Stand beside the cycle in the area to be covered by the mirrors.
    c. Stand behind the cycle in the area to be covered by the mirrors.
    a. Sit on the seat with you.
  133. 133. MOST motorcycle accidents occur:

    a. On interstate highways.
    b. On country roads.
    c. At intersections.
    c. At intersections.
  134. 134. Convex mirrors make vehicles look:

    a. Closer than they really are.
    b. Farther away than they really are.
    c. As far as they really are.
    b. Farther away than they really are.
  135. 135. Before changing lanes to the left, you should:

    a. Check the left mirror, then turn your head left.
    b. Check the right mirror, then the left mirror.
    c. Check the left mirror, then the right mirror.
    a. Check the left mirror, then turn your head left.
  136. 136. When riding where sand and gravel have collected on paved roads, you should:

    a. Avoid sudden changes in speed and direction.
    b. Downshift for more power.
    c. Slow down by using the rear brake only.
    a. Avoid sudden changes in speed and direction.
  137. 137. To ride over metal bridge gratings, you should:

    a. Ride straight across.
    b. Cross at the sharpest angle possible without changing lanes.
    c. Weave (zig-zag) across.
    a. Ride straight across.
  138. 138. On a wet road, it will usually be MOST slippery in:

    a. The left wheel track.
    b. The right wheel track.
    c. The center portion of the lane.
    c. The center portion of the lane.
  139. 139. A group of riders should move from a staggered formation into a single file when:

    a. Traffic is heavy.
    b. Turning corners.
    c. Stopping at intersections.
    b. Turning corners.
  140. 140. Riders in a staggered formation will be passing a car. After the leader passes, he/she should:

    a. Return to the left portion of the lane.
    b. Move to the center portion of the lane.
    c. Move to the right portion of the lane.
    a. Return to the left portion of the lane.
  141. 141. While riding an unfamiliar motorcycle, you should:

    a. Keep to the right portion of the lane.
    b. Make sure the owner rides with you.
    c. Allow extra room for stopping.
    c. Allow extra room for stopping.
  142. 142. The only DOT approved helmet is the full face helmet.

    a. True
    b. False
    c. None of the above
    b. False
  143. 143. A good time to check your mirrors is:

    a. Before you change lanes
    b. Before you slow down
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  144. 144. Which of the following statements is false?

    a. Motorcycles can lurch if you are not riding slowly enough when shifting into a lower gear
    b. Remain in neutral while you are stopped to avoid any unplanned movement
    c. Shift down through the gears with the clutch as you slow or stop
    b. Remain in neutral while you are stopped to avoid any unplanned movement
  145. 145. Which statement is untrue?

    a. Goggles and face shields both protect your eyes
    b. A windshield can be a good substitute for a face shield
    c. Eyeglasses will not protect your eyes from wind
    b. A windshield can be a good substitute for a face shield
  146. 146. Which statement is true regarding use of approved helmets?

    a. Helmets prevent drivers from spotting danger
    b. Helmets do little to help prevent head injuries
    c. Helmets allow driver's to see as far to the side as is necessary
    c. Helmets allow driver's to see as far to the side as is necessary
  147. 147. Which of the following statements is true?

    a. Use your handlebars to properly support your body weight
    b. Hold the handle grips firmly when driving over rough surfaces
    c. Keep your knees away from the gas tank to avoid losing your balance
    b. Hold the handle grips firmly when driving over rough surfaces
  148. 148. Which of the following is not a good thing to do when operating your motorcycle at night?

    a. Reduce your speed
    b. Use your low beam as much as possible
    c. Increase your distance
    b. Use your low beam as much as possible
  149. 149. When borrowing a friend's motorcycle it is important to:

    a. Familiarize yourself with where signals and switches are
    b. Know the gear pattern
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  150. 150. When turning your motorcycle it is best to:

    a. Turn your shoulders and head simultaneously
    b. Keep your eyes level with the horizon
    c. Press right, lean left and go left
    b. Keep your eyes level with the horizon
  151. 151. A safe helmet should have:

    a. A snug fit
    b. No obvious defects
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  152. 152. When deciding what portion of your lane is best to operate in you should:

    a. Ride in the center or right portion of the lane if potential problems are on your left only
    b. Keep in the right portion of your lane if vehicles are operating on both sides of you
    c. Operate only to the left of the grease strip in order to remain within the center portion of your lane
    a. Ride in the center or right portion of the lane if potential problems are on your left only
  153. 153. Your lane position should:

    a. Avoid others' blind spots
    b. Communicate your intentions
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  154. 154. If breaking is required during swerving, it is not necessary to separate breaking from swerving and brake pressure should be applied during the swerve.

    a. True
    b. False
    c. None of the above
    b. False
  155. 155. If you are unable to change lanes to accommodate a merging car you should:

    a. Adjust your speed to open up space
    b. Squeeze the brakes as firmly and quickly as you can
    c. Motion to the merging driver to slow down
    a. Adjust your speed to open up space
  156. 156. Which of the following is not a quality of an effective faceshield?

    a. Be resistant to penetration
    b. Fasten securely
    c. Prevents air from passing through
    c. Prevents air from passing through
  157. 157. If you must ride over an obstacle you should:

    a. Keep the motorcycle at an angle to lessen the impact
    b. Keep a steady speed and avoid slowing down
    c. Roll on the throttle just before contact
    c. Roll on the throttle just before contact
  158. 158. The most important safety feature that you have at your disposal is:

    a. Your clothing
    b. Your lane positioning
    c. Yourself
    c. Yourself
  159. 159. If you must swerve to avoid an accident, applying a small amount of pressure on the handgrip located on the side of your direction of escape will cause the motorcycle to lean more quickly.

    a. True
    b. False
    c. None of the above
    a. True
  160. 160. Which of the following is not true regarding turning if no traffic is present?

    a. Start at the outside of a curve
    b. During turning move towards the outside of the curve
    c. As you pass the center move to the outside to exit
    b. During turning move towards the outside of the curve
  161. 161. New riders who have taken a professional training program have what percentage lower crash rate than riders who haven't?

    a. 10%
    b. 20%
    c. 50%
    c. 50%
  162. 162. Legal limitations for alcohol consumption must be reached before a driver begins to have difficulties with decision-making or judgment.

    a. True
    b. False
    c. None of the above
    b. False
  163. 163. In most states, what is the person's BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) that is considered to be the legal limit for intoxication?

    a. 0.05%
    b. 0.08%
    c. 0.10%
    b. 0.08%
  164. 164. When riding with a passenger the driver should:

    a. Maintain the same cushion that they would when riding alone
    b. Ride at the same speed as they would if riding alone
    c. Wait for larger gaps for crossing, entering or merging with traffic
    c. Wait for larger gaps for crossing, entering or merging with traffic
  165. 165. If a tire goes flat, it is best to slow down by applying pressure equally to both brakes.

    a. True
    b. False
    c. None of the above
    b. False
  166. 166. When the engine locks or freezes it is usually due to:

    a. Low oil
    b. Loss of engine power
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  167. 167. When riding and the throttle remains stuck or frozen, immediately operate the engine cut-off switch and pull in the clutch at the same time.

    a. True
    b. False
    c. None of the above
    a. True
  168. 168. What will the rider notice if a tire goes flat?

    a. If the rear tire goes flat the steering will feel heavy
    b. No difference in the overall handling of the motorcycle will be noticed
    c. None of the above
    c. None of the above
  169. 169. When crossing railroad tracks it is usually better to cross them at a 90 degree angle than to continue to ride straight within your lane.

    a. True
    b. False
    c. None of the above
    b. False
  170. 170. It is best when two riders are riding together that they operate their motorcycles alongside each other.

    a. True
    b. False
    c. None of the above
    b. False
  171. 171. Riders in a staggered formation should pass one at a time beginning with the tail ender until all motorcycles have successfully passed the slower vehicle.

    a. True
    b. False
    c. None of the above
    b. False
  172. 172. It is best when riding in groups to move into a single-file formation when riding curves, turning, and when entering or leaving a highway.

    a. True
    b. False
    c. None of the above
    a. True
  173. 173. When carrying a passenger you may need to:

    a. Adjust the suspension
    b. Take a few pounds of pressure from the tires
    c. Encourage them to sit as far back on the seat as possible
    a. Adjust the suspension
  174. 174. When carrying a load on your motorcycle you should:

    a. Keep the load behind the rear axle
    b. Distribute the load evenly
    c. Use rope to secure the load instead of loose fitting bungee cords
    b. Distribute the load evenly
  175. 175. When riding in a group you should:

    a. Put beginners just in front of the tailender
    b. Allow the leader to establish and carry out the route on their own
    c. Allow the leader to signal changes to trailing riders
    c. Allow the leader to signal changes to trailing riders
  176. 176. Which of the following statements is not true?

    a. Alcohol is digested similar to most foods
    b. Alcohol impairs mental functioning
    c. Alcohol impairs physical functioning
    a. Alcohol is digested similar to most foods
  177. 177. During slippery conditions it is best to avoid sudden moves, use both brakes, watch for oil spots and reduce speed.

    a. True
    b. False
    c. None of the above
    a. True
  178. 178. When wobbles occur it can usually be traced to:

    a. Unsuitable accessories
    b. Incorrect tire pressure
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  179. 179. One of the top causes of motorcycle accidents is:

    a. Excessive speed
    b. Not wearing a helmet
    c. Faulty exhaust pipes
    a. Excessive speed
  180. 180. Which of the following is not true about how to deal successfully with a wobble?

    a. Close the throttle gradually
    b. Move your weight as far backwards as possible
    c. Pull off the road
    b. Move your weight as far backwards as possible
  181. 181. When purchasing a motorcycle, which of the following is most important to consider for safety reasons?

    a. Top speed of the bike
    b. Your riding goals, skill level, your size and your strength
    c. Warranty of the bike
    b. Your riding goals, skill level, your size and your strength
  182. 182. One way to respond to tailgaters is by:

    a. Yelling at the tailgater
    b. Maintaining dominant lane position
    c. Honking your horn
    b. Maintaining dominant lane position
  183. 183. The observation cycle is:

    a. Looking around and reacting quickly
    b. Speeding up, scanning, using all your brake power quickly
    c. Looking ahead, scanning from side to side, glancing in your mirrors.
    c. Looking ahead, scanning from side to side, glancing in your mirrors.
  184. 184. To turn at low speeds:

    a. Turn the handlebars to the right to go right
    b. Turn the handlebars to the left to go right
    c. Turn the handlebars to the right to go left
    a. Turn the handlebars to the right to go right
  185. 185. You should scan your environment while riding:

    a. Every few minutes
    b. Every 5 to 8 seconds
    c. Only if there is other traffic around
    b. Every 5 to 8 seconds
  186. 186. What is a hazard that might surprise you on the road?

    a. Vehicles making sudden stops
    b. Animals in your path
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  187. 187. See-think-do is:

    a. Scanning for hazards, considering possible solutions, and reacting appropriately
    b. A brand of riding gear
    c. Imitating other drivers who have had their licenses for more than 10 years
    a. Scanning for hazards, considering possible solutions, and reacting appropriately
  188. 188. When turning at high speed, you should:

    a. Counterbalance
    b. Countersteer
    c. Balance your body in the middle of your seat
    b. Countersteer
  189. 189. What percentage of the time do helmets prevent head injuries?

    a. 5%
    b. 67%
    c. 99%
    b. 67%
  190. 190. What percentage of crashes happens at intersections?

    a. All of them
    b. 40-50%
    c. 10-20%
    b. 40-50%
  191. 191. What image pressures should not influence your riding?

    a. Influences from peers
    b. Influences from bike ads and movies
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  192. 192. At speeds of 15 to 20 km/h (9.32 to 12.43 mph,) you should turn by:

    a. Using your feet
    b. Pushing right to turn right
    c. Pushing left to turn right
    b. Pushing right to turn right
  193. 193. What should you try to predict while riding?

    a. Actions of other road users
    b. Signals and road markings
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  194. 194. While riding, you should observe as far as:

    a. The vehicle directly in front of you
    b. As far as upcoming traffic lights
    c. One or two blocks or 12 seconds ahead of you
    c. One or two blocks or 12 seconds ahead of you
  195. 195. On a multilane road, the dominant lane position is:

    a. Right lane position while riding in the left lane
    b. Left lane position
    c. Middle of the lane
    a. Right lane position while riding in the left lane
  196. 196. Road conditions that could affect your riding include:

    a. Slippery road markings and tar patches
    b. Wet leaves, debris or gravel and wet or icy roads
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  197. 197. Space conflicts can occur when:

    a. A pedestrian intends to cross the road
    b. A cyclist moves up beside you when you are planning to turn right
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  198. 198. On a road that is crowned and curved, your footpeg might drag on the road as you corner. The solution to this is:

    a. Lean in the opposite direction
    b. Slow down before the curve
    c. All of the above
    b. Slow down before the curve
  199. 199. When two or more motorcycles are travelling together, what positions should they maintain?

    a. Travel side by side
    b. Maintain the lane in a staggered file position keeping a proper distance between motorcycles
    c. Travel directly behind each other
    b. Maintain the lane in a staggered file position keeping a proper distance between motorcycles
  200. 200. Overriding your headlight means you are:

    a. Within 150 meters (492.13 feet) of another vehicle
    b. Not able to stop within the distance you can see with your headlight
    c. Not dimming your high beam for other drivers
    b. Not able to stop within the distance you can see with your headlight
  201. 201. Motorcycles are allowed to use the HOV lanes:

    a. Because motorcycles are high occupancy vehicles
    b. Because they do not disrupt traffic flow
    c. Only when they carry two passengers
    a. Because motorcycles are high occupancy vehicles
  202. 202. When you double your speed, your braking distance increases by:

    a. A few inches
    b. Four times as much
    c. Thirty times as much
    b. Four times as much
  203. 203. Positioning your motorcycle correctly to turn and finish the turn in the correct lane is called:

    a. Lane positioning
    b. Right-of-way
    c. Lane tracking
    c. Lane tracking
  204. 204. If you have a motorcycle that fits you:

    a. Your hip bone hits the seat when you stand beside the motorcycle
    b. You can lift the motorcycle with one hand
    c. Your feet touch the ground while you straddle the seat
    c. Your feet touch the ground while you straddle the seat
  205. 205. How many times more likely is a motorcyclist to die in a crash than a motorist?

    a. 1
    b. 100
    c. 16
    c. 16
  206. 206. You have entered into an intersection to take a left hand turn. The light turns yellow before you have started your turn. You should:

    a. Complete your turn quickly because you have the right of way
    b. Go straight if you cannot see oncoming traffic or are unsure of the turn
    c. Go straight and take a left hand turn at the next intersection
    b. Go straight if you cannot see oncoming traffic or are unsure of the turn
  207. 207. An example of thinking like a rider is:

    a. Stopping to help someone on the side of the road
    b. Not passing on a hill
    c. Carrying your health insurance card
    b. Not passing on a hill
  208. 208. If you have to go over an obstacle, you should aim to strike the obstacle:

    a. At a 45 degree angle
    b. At a 90 degree angle
    c. Off to the side of the object and towards the shoulder
    b. At a 90 degree angle
  209. 209. If a tire goes flat while riding, it is usually best to:

    a. Brake on the good wheel only
    b. Use both brakes and stop quickly
    c. Hold the handle grips firmly and stay off the brakes
    c. Hold the handle grips firmly and stay off the brakes
  210. 210. Thinking like a rider does not mean:

    a. Accepting your limitations
    b. Taking responsibility for the safety of passengers
    c. Always stopping at yellow lights
    c. Always stopping at yellow lights
  211. 211. When crossing railway tracks:

    a. Cross as close as possible to a 90 degree angle
    b. Speed up and cross straight
    c. Cross straight on and slow down
    a. Cross as close as possible to a 90 degree angle
  212. 212. Why do most cars collide with motorcyclists?

    a. The motorcyclist lost control
    b. The motorist was attempting to pass the motorcyclist
    c. The motorist did not see the motorcyclist on the road
    c. The motorist did not see the motorcyclist on the road
  213. 213. It's legal to park your motorcycle:

    a. Within six meters (18 feet) of a stop sign
    b. In the yellow triangle at the end of a line of parked cars
    c. None of the above
    c. None of the above
  214. 214. Lane splitting is:

    a. Safe when traffic is slow moving
    b. Safe if the road has a shoulder
    c. Always illegal and dangerous
    c. Always illegal and dangerous
  215. 215. What is the purpose of proper riding gear?

    a. To make yourself more visible
    b. To protect you from injury
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  216. 216. In two vehicle crashes, what percentage of motorcycles are impacted in the front:

    a. 79%
    b. 19%
    c. 3%
    a. 79%
  217. 217. When maneuvering a turn:

    a. Slow down gently as you come out of the turn
    b. Steadily apply lots of pressure to the front brake
    c. Accelerate gently as you come out of the turn
    c. Accelerate gently as you come out of the turn
  218. 218. When turning left from a two-way road onto a one-way road, try to:

    a. Turn into the middle lane
    b. Turn into the furthest left lane
    c. Turn into a lane closest to you
    c. Turn into a lane closest to you
  219. 219. It is most important to flash you brake light when:

    a. Someone is following you too closely
    b. You will be slowing suddenly
    c. There is a stop sign ahead
    b. You will be slowing suddenly
  220. 220. Why should you avoid buying a used helmet?

    a. The padding gets better every year
    b. It won't look as good as a new helmet
    c. A used helmet may be damaged
    c. A used helmet may be damaged
  221. 221. Which of the following happens when you have bad traction?

    a. Your tires do not grip the road
    b. You are not going at the speed limit
    c. You don't stop fast enough
    a. Your tires do not grip the road
  222. 222. When you are surpirsed with a dangerous situation, you should consider:

    a. Your speed control and maintain space margins
    b. Using your horn or lights to communicate
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  223. 223. Which of the following decreases your traction?

    a. Storm drains, wet leaves, tar patches
    b. Loose helmet
    c. Exhaust from other vehicles
    a. Storm drains, wet leaves, tar patches
  224. 224. If you maintain proper speed:

    a. You are going at the speed limit or slower
    b. You are going a steady speed appropriate for riding conditions
    c. You can see without goggles
    a. You are going at the speed limit or slower
  225. 225. When do you NOT want to countersteer?

    a. At speeds higher than 50 km per hour (31.07 mph)
    b. At speeds below and including 10 km per hour (6.21 mph)
    c. Between 20 and 50 km per hour (12.43 and 31.07 mph)
    b. At speeds below and including 10 km per hour (6.21 mph)
  226. 226. Space conflicts happen when:

    a. Fences are near the side of the road
    b. Two road users try to move into the same space at the same time
    c. A pedestrian is on the left side of the sidewalk
    b. Two road users try to move into the same space at the same time
  227. 227. Unless a road sign tells you otherwise, the speed limit outside cities and towns is:

    a. 50 km per hour (31.07 mph)
    b. 70 km per hour (43.50 mph)
    c. 80 km per hour (49.71 mph)
    c. 80 km per hour (49.71 mph)
  228. 228. When following behind a large vehicle, you should have at least how many seconds of following distance?

    a. 1 second
    b. 3 seconds
    c. 10 seconds
    b. 3 seconds
  229. 229. When planning a change in direction, you should:

    a. Check your mirrors
    b. Signal
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  230. 230. Unless a road sign tells you otherwise, the motorcycle speed limit inside cities and towns is:

    a. 30 km per hour (18.64 mph)
    b. 50 km per hour (31.07 mph)
    c. 60 km per hour (37.28 mph)
    b. 50 km per hour (31.07 mph)
  231. 231. What should you do to avoid potential hazards?

    a. Scan from one side of the road to the other
    b. Look well ahead and check your mirrors
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  232. 232. Which of the following is part of the observation cycle?

    a. Scanning the road
    b. Staring at the car in front of you
    c. Blinking less
    a. Scanning the road
  233. 233. What is inertia?

    a. Speed
    b. Tendency for you and your motorcycle to move in a straight line
    c. Inability to brake safely
    b. Tendency for you and your motorcycle to move in a straight line
  234. 234. The front brake provides you with what percentage of your stopping power?

    a. 35%
    b. 50%
    c. 70%
    c. 70%
  235. 235. When is the best time for you to use your brakes?

    a. When in the middle of a curve looking at the curve
    b. When changing lanes
    c. When riding in a straight line
    c. When riding in a straight line
  236. 236. In order to maintain a good space margin in a possible collision, a rider must:

    a. Have enough traction to slow down safely
    b. Have a safe shoulder to move onto
    c. Any of the above
    c. Any of the above
  237. 237. Usually, a good way to handle tailgaters is to:

    a. Change lanes and let them pass.
    b. Use your horn and make obscene gestures.
    c. Speed up to put distance between you and the tailgater.
    a. Change lanes and let them pass.
  238. 238. What is countersteering?

    a. When you push gently on the left handlebar to make a left turn
    b. When you push gently on the right handlebar to make a left turn
    c. When you apply the same pressure to both sides of the handlebar to make a left turn
    a. When you push gently on the left handlebar to make a left turn
  239. 239. Vision blocks occur when:

    a. Conditions are foggy, dark or it is raining
    b. A truck is in the next lane
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  240. 240. Which forces affect braking?

    a. Inertia
    b. Gravity
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  241. 241. During slippery conditions it is best to avoid sudden moves, use both brakes, watch for oil spots and reduce speed.

    a. True
    b. False
    c. None of the above
    a. True
  242. 242. If you have to ride off the pavement in an emergency, what should you do for a safe transition?

    a. Slow down and steer before leaving the paved surface.
    b. Release the brakes before leaving the pavement.
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  243. 243. When you are behind a stopped school bus with alternating flashing lights, you should:

    a. Slow down and then pass when clear
    b. Stop
    c. Pass slowly on the left
    b. Stop
  244. 244. If you become very angry at another vehicle while you are riding, you should:

    a. Pull off the road until you calm down
    b. Honk at the vehicle
    c. Pass the vehicle
    a. Pull off the road until you calm down
  245. 245. Which of the following does stopping distance include?

    a. Perception distance, reaction distance
    b. Perception distance, braking distance
    c. Perception distance, reaction distance, braking distance
    c. Perception distance, reaction distance, braking distance
  246. 246. You are being tailgated, what can you do?

    a. Move into another lane
    b. Turn right at the next intersection
    c. Any of the above
    c. Any of the above
  247. 247. What should you try to predict while riding?

    a. Actions of other road users
    b. Signals and road markings
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  248. 248. A plastic shatter-resistant face shield:

    a. Is not necessary if you have a windshield.
    b. Only protects your eyes.
    c. Helps protect your whole face.
    c. Helps protect your whole face.
  249. 249. Which of the following will impair your riding?

    a. One beer
    b. Cold medicine
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  250. 250. Which of the following statements is true?

    a. It's legal to coast downhill in neutral
    b. It's illegal to coast downhill in neutral or with the clutch in
    c. It's legal to coast downhill with the clutch in
    b. It's illegal to coast downhill in neutral or with the clutch in
  251. 251. If someone tailgates you:

    a. Make a quick stop.
    b. Let the tailgater get in front of you.
    c. Speed up.
    b. Let the tailgater get in front of you.
  252. 252. If a large vehicle in front of you does not have its brake light on:

    a. It is not slowing down
    b. It could be slowing down without using the brakes
    c. It shouldn't slow down
    b. It could be slowing down without using the brakes
  253. 253. When riding in a group it is wise to:

    a. Keep the group small and plan the route ahead
    b. Stay together, even if part of the group must pull into a parking lot to wait for the other part to catch up
    c. All of the above
    c. All of the above
  254. 254. You are riding along and decide to stop. What is the correct hand signal for you to give?

    a. Hand and arm to right pointing downward.
    b. Hand and arm pointing straight out.
    c. Left hand and arm pointing downward.
    c. Left hand and arm pointing downward.
  255. 255. Which factors affect your braking distance?

    a. Your speed, the weight of your motorcycle, your tire traction, road conditions, quality of your brakes
    b. Your speed, your brand of bike, your tire traction, road conditions, quality of your brakes
    c. Quality of your brakes, your speed, your foot size, your tire traction
    a. Your speed, the weight of your motorcycle, your tire traction, road conditions, quality of your brakes
  256. 256. Staying alert includes:

    a. Noticing only the vehicles immediately around you
    b. Talking to your passengers
    c. Keeping your eyes moving
    c. Keeping your eyes moving
  257. 257. Which of the following contributes to your fitness as a rider?

    a. You can remain alert
    b. You are patient, courteous and calm under pressures of the road
    c. All of the above are important
    c. All of the above are important
  258. 258. Why when stopping, should you leave at least 3 meters (9.84 feet) of space between your motorcycle and the vehicle ahead of you?

    a. Because it's the law
    b. So you will not stall
    c. So you have room to escape if a vehicle is about to hit you from behind
    c. So you have room to escape if a vehicle is about to hit you from behind
  259. 259. Why should you avoid following too near a large vehicle?

    a. Truckers don't like riders
    b. It's illegal
    c. Turbulence
    c. Turbulence
  260. 260. You should operate the engine cut-off switch and pull in the clutch when:

    a. The throttle is stuck and you can't free it.
    b. You start to lose control in a curve.
    c. The motorcycle starts to wobble.
    a. The throttle is stuck and you can't free it.

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