Connecticut Motorcycle Free Practice Test

You are about to take the Connecticut Motorcycle Online Practice Test. This sample test consists of 9 multiple choice questions and answers.

Please select the best answer for each question below and then click "Grade It!"

1. Most crashes happen on:
a.
Short trips (less than five miles long)
b.
Longer trips (more than five miles long)
c.
Long distance trips lasting over 24 hours
d.
None of the above
e.
All of the above
2. No matter how experienced you may be, ride extra carefully on any motorcycle that's new or unfamiliar to you. More than half of all crashes involved riders with less than:
a.
Twelve months of experience on their motorcycle
b.
Five months of experience on their motorcycle
c.
One month of experience on their motorcycle
3. If parking in a parallel parking space next to a curb:
a.
Position the motorcycle upright with both wheels touching the curb
b.
Position the motorcycle at an angle with the front wheel to the curb
c.
Position the motorcycle at an angle with the rear wheel to the curb
d.
All of the above
4. In crashes with motorcyclists, drivers often say:
a.
The sun was in their eye
b.
It was the rider's fault
c.
That they never saw the motorcycle
d.
All of the above
5. Riding over rain grooves and bridge gratings may cause a motorcycle to:
a.
Weave
b.
Wobble
c.
Skid
d.
None of the above
e.
All of the above
6. The drive train for a motorcycle uses either a chain, belt, or drive shaft to transfer power from the:
a.
Engine to the front wheel
b.
Engine to the front and rear wheel
c.
Engine to the rear wheel
7. Your motorcycle will respond:
a.
Easier with a passenger on board
b.
Will have a hard time stopping and turning
c.
More slowly with a passenger on board
8. In all states, an adult with a BAC of:
a.
0.02% or above is considered intoxicated
b.
0.08% or above is considered intoxicated
c.
0.04% or above is considered intoxicated
d.
None of the above
9. Good experienced riders remain aware of what is going on around them. They improve their riding strategy by using a three-step process used to make appropriate judgments and apply them correctly in different traffic situations. The three-step process is to:
a.
Scan, Examine, and Evaluate
b.
Search, Evaluate, and Execute
c.
Study, Examine and Evaluate

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