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1. Only drinking one drink per hour
Does not guarantee you will not be affected by the alcohol.
Ensures you will not be over the legal limit.
Is the legal limit for males
Prevents drunkenness if drinking beer.
2. Help balance your motorcycle while turning by
Keeping both knees against the gas tank.
Dragging your feet on the ground.
Leaning the opposite way of the motorcycle
Doing all of these things.
3. Rules of riding in a group include the following:
Not following too closely.
Checking your mirrors frequently.
Maintaining a staggered formation
All of the above.
4. The best way to cross unavoidable obstacles on the road is to
Put your feet down for support.
Cross them at a 90-degree angle.
Walk your motorcycle across them
Cross them at a 45-degree angle.
5. You should not ride your motorcycle alongside of cars because
The car driver cannot make a turn.
Your bike may skid.
You could be in a blind spot
None of the above.
6. How should you deal with dogs that chase you while operating your motorcycle?
Approach the dog slowly, then accelerate as you pass it to leave it behind.
Kick the dog away from you.
Weave on the road to avoid the dog at your normal speed
Completely stop and wait for the dog to go away.
Speed up to avoid the dog.
7. What should you use to fasten your loads on your motorcycle?
8. What is the hand signal for stopping?
Arm extended straight down, palm facing back.
Arm extended straight out, palm facing up, swing upward.
Arm extended upward 45 degrees, palm forward pointing with index finger, swing in arc from back to front
Forearm extended, fist clenched with short up and down motion.
9. How will you not be judged on your on-motorcycle skill test by your examiner?
Ability to navigate turns and swerves.
Completing stops in a timely and safe manner.
Choosing the proper speed to perform the required maneuvers
Selecting the best path and staying within the marked areas and paths.
The speed with which you can finish all the tests.
10. What should you do if there is a large animal, such as a deer or elk, in the road?
Accelerate and leave the animal behind.
Slam on your brakes and stop immediately so that other traffic sees the animal.
Yell and try to get the animal to go away
Swerve and kick at the animal in an attempt to get it to move.
Slowly brake and prepare to stop since you don't know what the animal will do.
11. A front-wheel skid can result from
Only using the rear brake.
Turning too quickly.
The front wheel locking
The rear wheel locking.
12. You should avoid attaching cargo to a motorcycle with
13. When someone is merging into your lane from an off-ramp, the best strategy is to
Beep your horn.
14. What is the correct way to ride while in a group of motorcycles around a turn?
In a single file formation.
In a staggered formation.
Side by side in the same lane
One rider at a time around the corner.
15. How does carrying a passenger change your motorcycle?
The motorcycle takes longer to react to changes.
A passenger makes the motorcycle go faster.
The motorcycle will slow down more quickly
A passenger helps balance the motorcycle.
16. To help maintain balance, your feet should
Be against the gas tank.
Point down toward the road.
Be placed firmly on the foot pegs
Skim the ground during turns.
17. The best lane position for being seen
Is the center of the lane position.
Is the right of the lane position.
Is the left of the lane position
Changes depending on the situation.
18. What should you do when your motorcycle starts to weave on metal grating?
Relax and stay on course.
Coast over the remaining grating.
Apply the rear brake only.
19. The best way to discourage another driver from trying to share the lane with you is to
Beep your horn.
Flash your brake light.
Ride in the center lane position
Ride in the left lane position.
20. It is safest to approach obstacles at a ____ angle.
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