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Virginia Motorcycle Free Practice Test

You are about to take the Virginia Motorcycle Online Practice Test. This sample test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and answers.

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

1. In a study of more than 900 motorcycle crashes, what percentage of those crashes were caused by helmets limiting the motorcyclists view?
a.
0 percent
b.
25 percent
c.
5 percent
d.
None of the above
e.
All of the above
2. When do most motorcycle crashes occur?
a.
In the evening hours
b.
At night
c.
In broad daylight
3. Grease strips in the center of a lane are no more than how many feet wide?
a.
1 foot
b.
10 feet
c.
2 feet
d.
None of the above
4. What leaves you enough time to stop or swing by if the driver ahead of you stops suddenly?
a.
A five-second following distance
b.
A three-second following distance
c.
A ten-second following distance
5. When you ride over rain grooves or metal bridge gratings, the motorcycle shakes. It's an uneasy wandering feeling but it's generally not dangerous. What is the best thing to do in this situation?
a.
Maintain speed
b.
Relax and stay on course
c.
Ride straight across
d.
All of the above
6. Sometimes you may not have enough room to stop, even if you were to use both brakes properly. For example, an object might appear suddenly in your path. Or, the car ahead might squeal to a stop. The only way to avoid a collision would be to make an evasive manuever. What is the key to making an evasive maneuver?
a.
To get the motorcycle to swerve in the direction you wish to turn
b.
To get the motorcycle to stay up straight in the direction you wish to turn
c.
To get the motorcycle to lean quickly in the direction you wish to turn. The sharper the turn, the more the bike must lean.
d.
None of the above
7. What could happen if your motorcycle chain slips or breaks while riding?
a.
It could lock the front wheel and cause the motorcycle to wobble
b.
It could lock the rear wheel and cause the motorcycle to skid
c.
It could lock both wheels causeing the motorcycle to swerve
d.
None of the above
8. To prepare your passenger for riding, what is one of the many things you should tell your passenger?
a.
Get on the motorcycle after you have started the engine
b.
Sit as far back as possible
c.
Keep their legs near the muffler
d.
Communicate as much as possible
e.
None of the above
9. Alcohol is a major contributor to motorcycle crashes, especially fatal crashes. What percent of all riders killed in motorcycle crashes had been drinking?
a.
10 percent
b.
25 percent
c.
15 percent
d.
50 percent
e.
None of the above
10. Fatalities or injuries in only 35 percent of automobile crashes are alcohol related. What percent of motorcycle crashes are alcohol related?
a.
33
b.
92
c.
75
11. It is against the law to operate a motor vehicle while intoxicated. In Virginia, a person with what blood alcohol content is considered intoxicated?
a.
0.02% or above
b.
0.08% or above
c.
0.06% or above
d.
None of the above
e.
All of the above
12. Anticipate how the hazard may affect you. The moving direction of a potential hazard is important. Clearly, a vehicle moving away from you is not as critical as what?
a.
Moving in front of you
b.
A vehicle moving in your path
c.
A vehicle moving behind you
13. Motorcycle learner permits are valid for how long?
a.
4 years
b.
6 months
c.
1 year
d.
None of the above
14. If you must stop quickly while turning, conditions may not always permit you to straighten up the motorcycle and then stop. In such cases you should:
a.
Apply the brakes and start slowing down the motorcycle
b.
Apply the front brake and stop the motorcycle completely
c.
Apply the rear brake and start slowing down the motorcycle
d.
None of the above
15. Studies show that, during the day, a motorcycle with lights off is:
a.
twice as likely to not be seen during the day as compared to a motorcycle with lights on.
b.
three times as likely to not be seen during the day as compared to a motorcycle with lights on.
c.
conserving twice as much battery power as a motorcycle with lights on.

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