Sample Permit Test




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If you don't control your drinking:

Approximately half of all motorcycle crash fatalities are caused by:

While riding an unfamiliar motorcycle:

To make good judgments in traffic, you need to first:

When preparing to pass, it is usually better to:

Alcohol enters the bloodstream and quickly reaches the brain. What is affected first?

When turning, you should:

You should make a special point of checking traffic to the rear:

Riders in a staggered formation will be passing a car. After the lead rider passes, he/she should:

The car driver is signaling for a left turn. The rider should:

Of the following, which one gives the most eye and face protection while riding?

The single most important thing you can do to improve your chances of surviving a crash is to:

To reduce speed before turning:

In this picture, riders are in a staggered formation. The following distance between A and C should be at least:

When adjusting your mirrors to carry a passenger, the passenger should:

A passenger should:

A group of riders move from a staggered formation into a single file when:

For greatest safety, your helmet should:

When slowing for a normal stop:

Studies show that almost half of all riders killed in motorcycle crashes: