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1. ____ can increase your visibility.
Changing your lane position according to traffic situations.
Riding in the left lane position.
Riding with a passenger.
Pulling in the clutch.
2. Which of the following is a common flying object that hits a rider?
All of the listed answers.
Cigarettes thrown from cars.
3. What is a good strategy for seeing bumps on a road at night?
Wear reflective clothing.
Watch the taillights of the car ahead of you.
Stay in low gears
Use your low beam headlight.
4. When should you fix damage caused by being hit with flying objects, such as rocks or insects?
While you're driving, it's best to fix it right when it happens.
After you arrive at your home or destination.
Anytime you have a chance. it's not necessary to do it quickly
As soon as you can safely pull off of the road.
Before you get your vehicle inspected.
5. To deal with fatigue on the road, do all but the following.
Choose stimulants that will keep you alert.
Do not consume alcohol.
Take frequent rest stops
Do not go on longer trips than you can't handle.
Wear proper attire for the road conditions.
6. Shifting to a lower gear is known as
None of the above.
7. What can cause the engine to lock?
Skidding the front tire.
Braking using only one brake.
Changing gears improperly.
Being low on oil.
8. What is the best lane position for being seen?
The center of the lane.
The left part of the lane.
The right part of the lane.
The best lane position changes depending on the situation.
9. Which of the following is a factor in your blood alcohol level?
The location in which you are drinking.
How fast you drink.
The time of day.
The type of alcohol.
10. Which of these can be done to lessen the chances of a crash?
Use your lane position, signals, and brakes to communicate your intentions.
Follow other vehicles as closely as possible.
Drive faster to avoid other vehicles on the road
Turn off all lights while driving at night.
11. If you would like to signal that you are turning left, what is the correct hand-and-arm signal?
Left arm straight out.
Left arm bent at 90 degrees pointing up.
Right arm straight out.
Left arm bent at 90 degrees pointing down.
12. Which of the following is the best way that you can reduce your chances of crashing?
Drive over the speed limit to stay ahead of traffic.
Learn when to swerve rather than braking.
Weave through traffic during rush hour
Rev the engine to make people aware of your location.
13. Motorcycles require ____ lane width to operate safely.
A quarter of a.
A third of a.
Half of a.
14. While gripping the handlebars, your arms should be positioned
So they are slightly bent.
With elbows at 90 degrees.
Anywhere on the handlegrips
With elbows locked.
15. On a highway, you see other vehicles about to merge into your lane from an entrance ramp. what should you do?
Move into another lane if one is open.
If you cannot change lanes, adjust your speed to open up space for the merging drivers.
Give them plenty of room
Do all of the above.
16. The press step of turning means that you press
Your feet on the footpegs.
The handlegrip of the direction in which you are turning.
The clutch lever
The front or rear brake.
17. You shift gears by engaging the clutch lever and using the
Front brake lever.
Rear brake lever.
Left foot pedal
Right foot pedal.
18. At night, how can the car ahead of you help you see obstacles?
Watch the taillights to see bumps on the road.
Follow in the path of the other driver.
Watch the driver's movements
Follow the driver very closely.
19. What should you not do if you feel fatigued on the road?
Increase your speed above the speed limit but still within a limit you deem fit to operate the vehicle.
Make sure you are adequately clothed and protected from the environment.
Shorten the distance of your trip
Take frequent rests or breaks.
20. Studies have shown that most crashes involved riders who
Underbraked the front tire and overbraked the rear.
Did not separate braking from swerving or who did not swerve when it was appropriate to do so.
Lacked one of the above skills
Lacked none of the above skills. Grade
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