Indiana Motorcycle Free Practice Test

You are about to take the Indiana BMV Motorcycle Online Practice Test. This sample test consists of 10 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.
Long distance trips lasting longer than 24 hours
b.
Longer trips (more than five miles long)
c.
Short trips (less than five miles long) just a few minutes after starting out
d.
All of the above
2. What is a likely factor in crashes involving motorcyclists?
a.
Riding at night
b.
Riding without the proper head, eye, and facial gear
c.
Following too closely
d.
All of the above
3. In crashes with motorcyclists, drivers often say:
a.
The sun was in their eye
b.
It was the rider's fault
c.
They never saw the motorcycle
4. The best way to help others see your motorcycle is to:
a.
Flash your headlight while riding
b.
Keep the headlight on at all times
c.
Flash your brake light repeatedly, especially at night
d.
None of the above
e.
All of the above
5. From time to time riders are struck by insects, cigarettes thrown from cars, or pebbles kicked up by the tires of the vehicle ahead. If you are wearing face protection, it might get smeared or cracked making it difficult to see. Without face protection, an object could hit you in the eye, face, or mouth. In this situation you should:
a.
Pull off the road and repair the damage
b.
Stop the motorcycle ASAP
c.
Honk your horn to alert other drivers that you have been struck
d.
Keep eyes on the road and hands on the handlebars
e.
b and c
f.
a and d
6. Only experienced riders should:
a.
Ride on highways, expressways, and freeways
b.
Carry passengers or large loads
c.
Ride in groups
d.
None of the above
7. Alcohol may still accumulate in your body even if you are drinking at a rate of:
a.
Three drinks per hour
b.
Two drinks per hour
c.
One drink per hour
8. In all states, an adult with a BAC of:
a.
0.04% or above is considered intoxicated
b.
0.08% or above is considered intoxicated
c.
0.02% or above is considered intoxicated
d.
None of the above
9. Good experienced riders remain aware of what's going on around them. They improve their riding strategy by using a three-step process used to make appropriate judgements and apply them correctly in appropriate traffic situations. The three-step process is to:
a.
Scan, Examine, and Evaluate
b.
Search, Examine, and Execute
c.
Search, Evaluate, and Execute
d.
All of the above
10. What are two critical skills in avoiding a crash?
a.
Know when and how to stop or swerve
b.
Know when and how to stop or weave
c.
Know when and how to stop or skid

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