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You have a greater chance of      Your gear protects you
avoiding serious injuries while
riding if:
                                  You wear gear more appropriate for the current weather
                                  conditions
Your gear protects you            You are between the ages of 17 and 30
1                                 You do not wear a helmet

______________ motorcycle         One out of every five
crashes result in head or neck
injuries
                                  Two out of every three
One out of every five             Nine out of every ten
2                                 One out of every seven

According to crash analyses,      Head and neck injuries
the majority of serious and
fatal injuries to motorcyclists
are:
                                  Thoracic injuries
Head and neck injuries            Lumbar injuries
3                                 Bleeding injuries

Research shows that head and      Wearing an approved helmet
neck injuries are reduced by:
                                  Using proper posture while seated on a motorcycle
Wearing an approved helmet        Not wearing a helmet
4                                 Practicing neck strengthening exercises regularly

An approved helmet will allow     See as far to the sides as necessary
you to:
                                  See only what is directly in front of you
See as far to the sides as        Avoid all possible injuries during an accident
necessary
5                                 None of the choices listed

When do most crashes              On short trips, only a few minutes after starting out
happen?
                                  On long road trips
On short trips, just a few        70 miles before reaching your destination
minutes after starting out
6                                 On interstate highways
Usually riders are riding          Slower than 30 mph
________ when a crash occurs
                                   Faster than 40 mph
Slower than 30 mph                 Faster than 70 mph
7                                  Over 80 mph

The two primary types of           Full face
helmets are three-quarter and:
                                   One-quarter
Full face                          Polycarbonate
8                                  Polystyrene

Your motorcycle helmet             All of the choices listed
should:
                                   Meet the US Department of Transportation and state
                                   standards
All of the choices listed          Fit snugly all the way around
9                                  Not have any obvious defects

Which of the following will help   A plastic shatter-resistant faceshield
protect your whole face?
                                   Goggles
A plastic shatter-resistant        A windshield
faceshield
10                                 Sunglasses

Why should a faceshield allow      To reduce fogging
air to pass through?
                                   To make the faceshield resistant to scratching
To reduce fogging                  It enhances peripheral vision
11                                 So that the faceshield will be less likely to blow off

Which of the following are NOT     Tachometer, kick stand and electric start button
necessary for a street-legal
motorcycle?
                                   Headlight, taillight and brake light
A tachometer                       Front and rear brakes
12                                 Turn signals, horn and two mirrors

More than half of all motorcycle Six
accidents happen when the
motorcyclist has been riding for
less than __________ months
                                   Ten
Six                                Twelve
13                                 Eight
Which of the following should      Oil & fluid levels; air pressure in the tires; signals & lights
be checked before mounting
the motorcycle?
                                   Mirrors & horn
Oil & fluid levels, air pressure   Brakes, clutch & throttle
in the tires and signals and
lights
14                                 None of the choices listed – everything should be checked
                                   AFTER mounting the motorcycle

In order to be visible while       Ride in the lane position where you can see and be seen the
riding and lessen your chance      best; use headlights and wear proper clothing
of a crash:
                                   Ride in the middle of your lane, use hazard lights, and wear
                                   reflective tape on your helmet
Ride in the lane position where    Always wear reflective clothing
you can see and be seen the
best; use headlights and wear
proper clothing
15                                 You should purchase a brightly colored motorcycle such as
                                   yellow or red

Maintain an adequate space         12 seconds ahead
position and scan your path of
travel:
                                   3 seconds ahead
12 seconds ahead                   12 yards ahead
16                                 3 yards ahead

While sharing lanes; passing or    Always maintain an adequate space cushion
being passed; following or
being followed:
                                   Relax, you are in a safe position
Always maintain an adequate        Always use hand signals
space cushion
17                                 Ride on the side that is closest to traffic

Sit in a manner that will allow    Steer the motorcycle
you to use your arms to:
                                   Hold yourself up on the motorcycle
Steer the motorcycle               All of the choices listed
18                                 Balance yourself on the motorcycle

Position yourself in your seat:    Far enough forward for arms to be slightly bent when
                                   holding the handlegrips
                                   As far back as possible
Far enough forward for your        With your shoulders back and arms straight
arms to be slightly bent when
holding the handlegrips
19                                So that only the tips of your toes touch the pavement

Handlebars are best               Even with, or below the elbows
positioned:
                                  Above the elbows
Even with or below the elbows     So that you have to stretch to reach them
20                                Very close to the torso

Positioning the __________        Knees against the gas tank
while turning helps you stay
balanced
                                  Elbows against the gas tank
Knees against the gas tank        Right wrist flat while holding the handlegrips
21                                Torso opposite the direction you will lean the motorcycle

Dragging your feet while riding   Negatively affect your balance
can:
                                  Improve your balance
Affect your balance negatively    Improve your control
22                                Protect you from injury

As you slow or stop:              Shift down through the gears with the clutch
                                  Shift up through the gears with the clutch
Shift down through the gears      Grab the brake lever quick and hard
with the clutch
23                                Drag your feet on the pavement

It is best to change gears in     False
the middle of a turn

False
24

A motorcycle has two brakes.      Both should be used every time when stopping or slowing
When slowing down or              down
stopping, how should the
brakes be used?
                                  Use only the front brake when slowing down, but use both
                                  when stopping
Both should be used every time    By grabbing the front brake and jamming down on the rear
to slow or stop                   brake
25                                Use only the back brake when slowing down, but use both
                                  brakes when stopping

Control problems may result       True
from grabbing at the front
brake
True
26

What are four steps for better     Slow, Look, Press, Roll
control when turning?
                                   Roll, Slow, Look, Press
Slow, Look, Press, Roll            Look, Press, Roll, Brake
27                                 Stop, Look, Press, Roll

A motorcycle must lean to turn     True

True
28

To lean the motorcycle in order    On the handgrip in the direction of the turn
to make a turn, press:
                                   On the tank with a knee on the opposite side of turning
on the handgrip in the direction   On the clutch and shift gears up
of the turn
29                                 On the front brake quickly

To stabilize the suspension        Roll on the throttle and maintain steady speed or accelerate
while making a turn:               gradually
                                   Rev the engine
Roll on the throttle and           Lean the motorcycle but keep your body straight
maintain steady speed or
accelerate gradually
30                                 Keep your knees away from the gas tank

In general, during a turn, the     Only lean the motorcycle and keep the body straight
rider and the motorcycle should
lean together at the same
angle, but in slow, tight turns it
may be necessary to:
                                   Lean the motorcycle and the body in opposite directions
Only lean the motorcycle and       None of the choices listed
keep the body straight
31                                 Lean together at an even wider angle

Of the following, what is the      A cushion of space
best protection to have while
riding?
                                   Car insurance
A cushion of space                 A motorcycle license
32                                 Reflective clothing

If vehicles are being operated     The center of the lane
on both sides of you then the
best lane position is:
                                  The right side of the lane
                                  The left side of the lane
The center of the lane
33

Oil drippings from cars may       The center 2 foot wide portion of a lane
cause _________ to become
more slippery when wet
                                  The left side of a lane
The center portion of a lane      A 2 foot wide portion of the right side of a lane
34                                Gravel

______ seconds distance           2
should be the minimum
distance maintained behind the
vehicle ahead
                                  1
2                                 0
35                                1.5

A two-second following            Minimum
distance allows for a/an
_________ amount of space to
stop or swerve when the driver
ahead of you stops suddenly
                                  Maximum
Minimum                           Average
36                                Large

Why should you keep well          All of the choices listed
behind the vehicle ahead when
your are stopped?
                                  If someone bears down on you from behind it would be
                                  easier to move out of the way
All of the choices listed         It gives a cushion of space if the vehicle in front of you
                                  starts to back up
37                                It allows for a larger cushion of space and is therefore safer

In general, you will be seen by   In the center of the lane
drivers best if you ride:
                                  To the right or left side of the lane
In the center of the lane         On very sunny day
38                                At night

When someone is tailgating        Change lanes and let them pass
you, it is best to:
                                  Speed up
Change lanes and let them          Pump your brakes
pass
39                                 Honk your horn

If a person is following you too   Slow down to open up extra space ahead of you, giving
closely, and you are not able to   more room for you both to stop if necessary
allow them to pass, or they
refuse to pass, which of the
following actions is best?
                                   Speed up so that they cannot catch up with you
Slow down to open up extra         Ride closer to the shoulder of the road
space ahead of you, giving
more room for you both to stop
if necessary
40                                 Use hand signals to indicate to them that they are riding too
                                   close

When passing:                      Ride in the left portion of the lane
                                   Ride in the center of the lane
Ride in the left portion of the    Ride very close to the car in front of you to make yourself
lane                               more visible
41                                 Do not turn your head to look for traffic behind you

When being passed, ride in the     All of the choices listed
center lane, to more likely
avoid which hazardous
situation?
                                   A passenger may toss something on the road in front of you
                                   or directly on you if they do not see you
All of the choices listed          Loss of control due to a blast of wind from a larger vehicle
42                                 An extended mirror that hangs out farther than the car’s
                                   fender

Move into the portion of the       False (this could enable the other driver to cut back into
lane which is farthest from a      your lane too early).
passing vehicle

False                              True (this is the safest position to be in when you are being
                                   passed).
43

To discourage drivers from         True
trying to squeeze by you in the
same lane you should ride in
the center portion of the lane

True
44
Lane Sharing is generally          True
prohibited

True
45

Ride next to cars and trucks in    False
other lanes in order to stay out
of their blind spot

False
46

Choose the correct name for
this road sign




                                   Merge Left
Added Lane                         One Way
47                                 Merge Right

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                                   Merge
Begin Divided Roadway              Two Lane Highway
48                                 Exit

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                                   Right Turn
Curve Sign                         No Right Turn
49                                 Turn Signal Ahead

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                                   Yield
Do Not Enter                       Stop
50                            Caution

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                              Four Way Stop
Intersection                  Divided Roadway
51                            Rail Road Crossing

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                              Exit
Merge                         Left Turn
52                            Curve

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                              No Right Turn
No Left Turn                  Left Turn
53                            No U Turn

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                              No Left Turn
No Right Turn                 Right Turn
54                            No U Turn

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                              No Vehicles
No Trucks                     No Driving
55                            Truck Crossing
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                              U Turns Allowed
No U Turn                     No Turning
56                            No Left Turn

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                              Intersection
Railroad Crossing             Blinking Red Light Crossing
57                            No Rail Road Crossing

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                              Children Playing
School Crossing               Blind Child Area
58                            Walkway

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                              Intersection
Signal Ahead                  Stop Sign
59                            Slow Down

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                              Curved Roads
Slippery When Wet             Mountain Roads
60                            Steep Hill
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                                  Road Work Ahead
Stop Sign                         Caution Sign
61                                Red Light Ahead

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                                  Caution Sign
Yield Sign                        Detour
62                                Dead End Sign

What is the three step process    SEE
used in order to correctly make
appropriate judgments in
various traffic situations?
                                  See, Encounter, Execute
SEE                               Slow, Look, Roll
63                                SLR

What does SEE stand for?          Search, Evaluate, Execute
                                  See, Encounter, Execute
Search, Evaluate, Execute         Slow, Encounter, Evaluate
64                                Stop, Evaluate, Engage

To avoid potential hazards        Search ahead, to the sides and behind
before they may arise:
                                  Always wear reflective clothing
Search ahead, to the sides and    Communicate your presence with the horn
behind
65                                Adjust your speed to accelerate, stop or slow down

Which of the following is a       All of the choices listed
potential hazard you should
search for BEFORE it may
happen?
                                  Oncoming traffic which might turn left in front of you
All of the choices listed         Hazardous road conditions
66                                Traffic that might be approaching from behind

When two hazards are present, Deal with each hazard one at a time as a single hazard
adjust your speed to permit the
two hazards to separate, then:
                                   Stop immediately
Deal with each hazard one at a     You will have more time to think about how to handle both
time as a single hazard            hazards at the same time
67                                 Communicate your presence with your horn while stopping
                                   in a timely fashion

In potential high-risk areas you   Cover the clutch as well as the brakes
should ____________ to help
to reduce your reaction time
                                   Slow down to below speed limit
Cover the clutch as well as the    Pump the brakes
brakes
68                                 Flash your lights

Where will you find the most       Intersections
potential of conflict between
you and traffic?
                                   Shopping areas
Intersections                      Construction zones
69                                 School zones

More than ½ of car and             Enter another driver’s right-of-way
motorcycle crashes are
because of drivers who:
                                   Speed
Enter another driver’s right-of-   Drink and drive
way
70                                 Who do not wear the proper type of helmet

If a driver makes eye contact      False
with you when you are riding
your motorcycle, that
guarantees that the driver will
yield and not enter your path

False
71

Which of the following should      All of the choices listed
you do to increase the
possibility of being seen at
intersections?
                                   Ride with the headlight on
All of the choices listed          Stay in the lane position that provides the best view of
                                   oncoming traffic
72                                 Keep a space cushion around the motorcycle
Why should you NOT change          That could make another driver believe that you are
your speed or position radically   preparing to turn
when entering an intersection?
                                   That does not provide a cushion of space
Another driver may think your      That does not communicate your presence in the most
are preparing to turn              obvious way
73                                 It decreases your visibility to other drivers

When approaching a stop sign,      Edge forward and stop again right before the cross-traffic
stop at the stop sign and then:    lane meets your lane
                                   Proceed through the intersection
Edge forward and stop again        Honk you horn before proceeding through the intersection
right before the cross-traffic
lane meets your lane
74                                 Roll past the area where cross-trafffic meets your lane then
                                   slowly proceed through the intersection

Stay ______________ when           Toward the left of your lane
passing parked cars
                                   Toward the right of your lane
Toward the left of your lane       Focused only on the vehicles in front of you
75                                 Focused only on the vehicles behind you

When a driver cuts into your       Slow down or change lanes to make room
path:
                                   Speed up and honk at them so they will see you better
Slow down or change lanes to       Speed up and pass them immediately
make room
76                                 Follow them long enough to get their license plate number
                                   then notify the police

You should park at a ________      90
degree angle to the curb with
the rear wheel of your
motorcycle touching the curb
                                   45
90                                 180
77                                 75

Smaller vehicles, such as          Seem farther away and moving slower than larger vehicles
motorcycles and scooters
______________, and that can
cause drivers to pull out in
front of smaller vehicles with
less room than needed
                                   Appear closer and moving faster than larger vehicles
Seem farther away and moving       Can slow down faster than larger vehicles
slower than larger vehicles
78                                Drive with a larger cushion of space than larger vehicles

The majority of crashes occur:    In broad daylight
                                  In the evening
In broad daylight                 At dusk
79                                After 12 a.m.

The Motorcyclist’s body is        Half
________ of the visible surface
area of the rider-motorcycle
component
                                  Two- thirds
Half                              One-third
80                                Only ten percent

_________ colored clothing        Bright
and helmets can help other
drivers to see a motorcyclist
better
                                  Black
Bright                            Camoflouge
81                                Dark green, purple and brown

Which of the following is the     Always have the headlight on
very best way to help other
drivers to see your motorcycle
or scooter?
                                  Use flashers when they are too close
Always have the headlight on      Wave at them
82                                Honk the horn at other drivers

You can help other drivers        All of the choices listed
notice you on your motorcycle
by:
                                  Always using your turn signal
All of the choices listed         Wearing reflective clothing
83                                Flashing your brake light when slowing down

Motorcycles have blind spots    False
just like cars do. However, you
do not need to turn your head
before changing lanes because
the blind spots are much
smaller when you are on a
motorcycle

False
84
If you think someone you are      True
passing may be about to move
into your lane, it is a good idea
to use your horn in order to get
their attention

True
85

Which of the following is          All of the choices listed
appropriate for riding at night?
                                   Ride slower than you do during daylight
All of the choices listed          Allow for more distance to pass and when being passed
86                                 Use your high beam whenever you are not meeting or
                                   following a car

Headlights from the car ahead      True
of you may provide a better
view of the road than your high
beam

True
87

When is the best time to wear      Both day and night
reflective clothing?
                                   Daylight
Both day and night                 When riding in the dark
88                                 On cloudy days

If you are able to make eye        That does not mean the other driver will yield
contact with another driver:
                                   You can count on the other driver yielding for you
That does not mean the other       You can be sure the other driver will not cut you off
driver will yield
89                                 None of the choices listed

In order to reduce your            Cover the clutch and both brakes
reaction time in potential high-
risk areas such as
intersections:
                                   Ride much slower than the posted speed limit
Cover the clutch and both          Shift into neutral
brakes
90                                 All of the choices listed

Knowing how and when to stop       True
or swerve are two skills that
are very important to increase
your chances of avoiding a
crash

True
91

The front brake of a motorcycle    70
can provide _______ or more
of it’s potential stopping power
                                   80
70                                 90
92                                 85

If you must swerve to avoid a      Brake before or after swerving, but never during swerving
hazard:
                                   Apply pressure to both brakes while swerving
Brake before or after swerving,    Apply pressure only to the rear brakes while swerving
but never during swerving
93                                 Always swerve toward the right side of the road

What is one of the primary         Making too wide of a turn or curve
causes of single-vehicle
accidents involving
motorcycles?
                                   Another driver not paying attention
Making too wide of a turn or       Another driver following too close
curve
94                                 Riding below the posted speed limit

If you have no other choice        Before contact slow down as much as you can, make certain
than to ride over an obstacle in   the motorcycle is straight and rise off the seat slightly to
the road:                          absorb the shock
                                   Grab your brakes as hard as possible first
Before contact slow down as        Honk your horn so that other vehicles will know what is
much as you can, make certain      about to happen
the motorcycle is straight and
rise off the seat slightly to
absorb the shock.
95                                 Keep your knees pressed against the tank, grab your brakes
                                   and approach the obstacle at an angle

Which of the following surfaces    All of the choices listed
provide poor traction?
                                   Parts of the road where gravel or sand collect
All of the choices listed          Ice, snow, mud or wet pavement
96                                 Painted lines, manhole covers and steel plates
On slippery surfaces such as         Ride at the slowest possible speed
ice or snow:
                                     Use your brakes as much as possible
Ride at the slowest possible         Ride in the areas with the most shade
speed
97                                   Always ride in the center of the lane

If it is raining while you are       Ride in the tire tracks left by other cars
riding:
                                     Use your brakes as much as possible
Ride in the tire tracks left by      Reach your destination as quickly as possible
other cars
98                                   All of the choices listed

If you must cross railroad           True
tracks it is best to ride straight
within your lane and not at an
angle

True
99

Zigzagging to avoid gratings in      True
the road is more hazardous
than maintaining a steady
speed and riding straight
across the grates

True
100

If your front tire goes flat while   Heavy
you are riding it will make the
steering feel:
                                     Loose
Heavy                                Disconnected
101                                  All of the choices listed

If the rear tire goes flat while     Swaying or jerking
riding, you may feel like the
back of the motorcycle is:
                                     Heavy
Swaying or jerking                   Slippery
102                                  All of the choices listed

If the throttle becomes stuck        All of the choices listed
while riding:
                                   You may need to twist the throttle back and forth several
                                   times to free it
All of the choices listed          You may need to operate the engine cut-off switch while
                                   pulling in the clutch at the same time
103                                You should pull off and stop once you have made sure the
                                   motorcycle is under control and then check the throttle
                                   cable to find the source of the trouble

A wobble can occur due to:         All of the choices listed
                                   Improper loading
All of the choices listed          Incompatible accessories
104                                Incorrect tire pressure

____________ occurs when           Wobbling
the front wheel and handlebars
start to shake from side to side
at any speed
                                   Bouncing
                                   Dragging
Wobbling                           All of the choices listed
105

Accelerating out of a wobble       False
will make the motorcycle stable

False
106

If your motorcycle begins to       All of the choices listed
wobble while riding:
                                   Firmly grip the handlebars and don’t fight against the
                                   wobble
All of the choices listed          Gradually close the throttle to slow down
107                                Move your weight as far down and forward as possible

If your motorcycle or scooter      False
starts to wobble while you are
riding, use the brakes to
gradually slow down

False
108

When an engine locks or            It is low on oil
freezes it could be because:
                                   It is low on brake fluid
It is low on oil                   A chain is broken
109                                All of the choices listed
If you are being chased by an
animal:




                                   Downshift and slowly approach the animal then speed up to
                                   leave the animal behind you
                                   Honk your horn at the animal
Downshift and slowly approach      Stop until the animal leaves
the animal then speed up to
leave the animal behind you
110                                Zigzag to confuse the animal, then speed up and leave it
                                   behind you

If you are riding with a           True
passenger it will take longer to
slow down and speed up

True
111

When you ride with a               Lean with you as you lean
passenger you should instruct
them before you start to:
                                   Keep their hands on their knees
Lean as you lean                   Sit as far back on the seat as they can
112                                Mount the motorcycle before you do

If you must carry a load while     Distribute the load evenly
riding your motorcycle be sure
to:
                                   Place the load behind the rear axle
Distribute the load evenly         Keep the load as high as possible
113                                All of the choices listed
When riding with a group:           All of the choices listed
                                    Keep the group small
All of the choices listed           Put beginners toward the front
114                                 Let the tailender set the pace

Never ride directly next to         True
another rider

True
115

What position should             Just behind the leader
inexperienced riders be in while
riding with a group?
                                    In the back of the group
Just behind the leader              Directly next to the leader
116                                 None of the choices listed

In motorcycle crashes that
involve abuse of substances,
injuries occur in ______
percent of those particluar
crashes




                                    50
90                                  30
117                                 75

Even if you wait an hour for        True
each drink of alcohol to be out
of your body before riding,
there could still be side effects
from the alchohol consumption

true
118

From the following choices,         When you will be slowing suddenly
when is it the most important
instance to flash your brake
light?
                                  When someone is too close behind you
When you will be slowing          When crossing through an intersection
suddenly
119                               When your turn signals are not working properly

How much stopping power           Around three-quarters
does the front brake supply?
                                  One-half
Around 3/4                        One hundred percent
120                               Around one-quarter

If you have a flat tire while     True
riding it is recommended that
you apply the brake to the
good tire and then steer to the
side of the road if you must
stop

True
121

The amount of alchohol you        False
consume, how fast you drink
and your body weight are the
only factors that determine
your blood alchohol
concentration

False
122

If a rider drinks eight drinks    5
over the span of three hours,
there will be approximately
______ drinks remaining in the
system at the end of three
hours
                                  4
5                                 3
123                               6
Choose the safest color to wear
while riding a motorcycle




                                  A
A                                 B
124                               C

Which photo shows the proper
formation when riding with a
group?




B                                 B
125                               A

								
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