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1. In order to know what's going on behind you, you should:
2. Which of the following is the most likely place for a collision?
3. How can you warn the driver behind you that you are about to slow down?
4. While riding your motorcycle in high-risk areas, you must cover ____ to reduce the time you need to react.
5. When is the best time for a motorcycle operator to use their headlight?
6. It is dangerous to ride beside a line of parked cars because
7. Motorcycle brake lights are not as noticeable as car brake lights. what can you do?
8. Motorcyclists don't have to follow lane restrictions when:
9. While driving on a two-lane road you come to an intersection with a 4-lane highway-- what must you do?
10. If you experience a weaving feeling while riding over metal grating, what should you do?
11. Motorcycle riders cannot drive on highways
12. You may park in a permit only zone if:
13. When should you pull the engine kill switch?
14. If you come upon a 4-way stop intersection, you must:
15. A motorcycle is the right size for you if
16. If you think your throttle is sticking, you should immediately
17. In a single lane of traffic, there are ____ lane positions for a motorcycle.
18. When approaching an uncontrolled intersection, you must ____.
19. What kind of vehicle intersection has a round, yellow warning sign as you are approaching, and a white 'cross zone' sign which is sometimes accompanied by a ringing bell, flashing lights, or red and white crossbar that gets lowered across the roadway?
20. In addition to checking for spare electrical fuses, 3 red reflective triangles and a properly charged and rated fire extinguisher, school bus drivers must also inspect the following emergency equipment
To operate a motorcycle in Massachusetts, you must have a motorcycle license. Licenses are issued by the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV). You can apply for a motorcycle learner's permit at the age of 16. At age 16 ½, you can apply for a Class M motorcycle license. A motorcycle permit or license allows you to operate a motorcycle, motorbike, scooter, or moped on public roads.
To receive a motorcycle learner's permit, you must apply, submit your required documentation, pass the vision screening and the Class M knowledge test, and pay the fees. Once you have earned your motorcycle learner's permit, you can apply for a Class M license. Applicants over the age of 18 have the option to complete the Motorcycle Rider Education Program (MREP) or pass the Class M road test. Minors must successfully pass the MREP program and fulfill all junior operator requirements to receive a motorcycle license.
The Class M knowledge test is taken at your local RMV. The test contains 25 questions on road rules, the consequences of driving while under the influence of drugs and alcohol, and other safety issues. You must answer 18 of the questions correctly to pass. The Class M road test is taken at the RMV and assesses your ability to operate your motorcycle safely. If you fail the road test twice, you must successfully complete an RMV approved basic riding course before you can schedule another exam.