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When should you keep a cushion of space around your motorcycle?
You plan to make a right turn after stopping at an intersection. What is the best practice?
The single most important thing you can do to improve your chances of surviving a crash is to:
When swerving, it is important to:
Following close to a vehicle in front of you:
When turning, you should:
The engine cut-off switch is usually located:
To see better when following a car at night:
Which brake should you utilize to stop?
For the greatest safety, your helmet should:
Where is car/motorcycle crashes most common?
When preparing to pass, it is usually best to:
How do you make a slow tight turn?
Making eye contact with a driver means they see you.
You should make a special point of checking traffic to the rear:
What is the greatest danger for a rider when passing parked cars?
How should you reduce speed before turning?
What causes nearly half of all motorcycle crash fatalities?
To make good judgements in traffic you need to first:
If your throttle sticks:
What should you do if you lock your front tire when stopping?
Where is sand and gravel most likely to collect on a paved two-lane road?
What is the best way to help others see your motorcycle?
What gear is best to wear to be seen at night?
What should you do if your tire goes flat while riding?
When riding in traffic at night, the best way to locate bumps in the road is to:
Most motorcycle/car crashes:
On a wet road, where is it usually most slippery?
How should you cross tracks that run parallel to your course?
How does the motorcycle react if the back tire goes flat?
When riding where sand and gravel have collected on paved roads you should:
When riding at night you should:
How is it best to handle a slippery surface?
The ability to think clearly and ride safely is affected by as little as:
It is best to always ride in the center lane position.
When riding an unfamiliar motorcycle: