Sunday, June 14, 2009

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When consuming alcohol, which motor skill does it impair first?
A. Balance
B. Vision
C. Judgement
D. Speech
answer is C Judgement


Q.If you throttle sticks
A.Use the engine cut-off switch and pull in the clutch

Q.When slowing for a normal stop
A,Shiftdown through the gears as you slow

Q.If you drink four typical drinks(alcohol),what is the least amout that would be left in your body after two hours?
A.Two drinks

Q.On a paved two lane roadsand and gravel are most likely to collect
A.Near the side of the road

1. Unless otherwise stated, the speed limit in residential areas is:

* 25 mph - CORRECT!
* 20 mph
* 30 mph
* 15 mph

2. More than half of all crashes:

* Are caused by worn tires
* Occur at speeds greater than 35 mph
* Happen at night
* Involve riders who have ridden their motorcycles less than 6 months - CORRECT!

3. The greatest potential for conflict between you and other traffic is:

* During bad weather
* On the highway
* At night
* At intersections - CORRECT!

4. Roadways are the most slippery?

* After it has been raining for a few hours
* During a heavy downpour
* The first rain after a dry spell - CORRECT!
* During a light drizzle

5. The posted speed limit is 55 mph. If the road is wet you should travel:

* 10 mph under the posted limit CORRECT!
* 5 mph under the posted limit
* 15 mph under the posted limit
* 20 mph under the posted limit - INCORRECT!

6. When should you signal before changing lanes on a highway?

* 5 seconds CORRECT!
* 6 seconds - INCORRECT!
* 3 seconds
* 4 seconds


7. Experienced riders seldom drive more than how many hours a day?

* 5
* 4
* 6 CORRECT!
* 7 - INCORRECT!

8. How should you park your motorcycle?

* At a 90 degree angle to the curb with the front wheel touching the curb.
* At a 90 degree angle to the curb with the rear wheel touching the curb. CORRECT!
* At a 45 degree angle to the curb with the rear wheel touching the curb. - INCORRECT!
* At a 45 degree angle to the curb with the rear wheel touching the curb.

9. How should you park your motorcycle?

* At a 90 degree angle to the curb with the front wheel touching the curb.
* At a 90 degree angle to the curb with the rear wheel touching the curb. CORRECT!
* At a 45 degree angle to the curb with the rear wheel touching the curb. - INCORRECT!
* At a 45 degree angle to the curb with the rear wheel touching the curb.

10.More than half of all crashes:

* Are caused by worn tires
* Occur at speeds greater than 35 mph
* Happen at night
* Involve riders who have ridden their motorcycles less than 6 months - CORRECT!

11. You should search a minimum of__________seconds ahead of your vehicle to avoid obstacles in your path.

* 30 CORRECT!
* 35
* 25
* 20 - INCORRECT!



12. Bicyclists often create unsafe situations by riding ________ for the traffic environment and weather conditions.

* Without proper attire - INCORRECT!
* At excessive speeds CORRECT!
* Too slowly
* In the wrong direction

13. About__________in every ten Americans will be involved in an alcohol-related crash at some time in their lives.

* Three CORRECT!
* Four - INCORRECT!
* One
* Two


14. Never park or leave your vehicle within ___ feet of a railroad track?

* 8 ½
* 7 ½ CORRECT!
* 6 ½
* 9 ½ - INCORRECT!

15. In a heavy rainstorm or snowstorm, you may not be able to see more than 100 feet ahead. When you can't see any farther than that, you cannot safely drive faster than __ mph

* 20
* 30 CORRECT!
* 25
* 15 - INCORRECT!


1. On roadways with two or more lanes in your travel direction, use the right lane for riding unless:

* You are passing another vehicle
* You are making a left turn
* The right lane is blocked
* All of the above - CORRECT

2. When riding in a group, inexperienced riders should position themselves:

* Just behind the leader - CORRECT
* In front of the group
* At the tail end of the group
* Beside the leader

3. Making eye contact with other drivers:

* Is a good sign they see you
* Is not worth the effort it takes
* Does not mean that the driver will yield - CORRECT
* Guarantees that the other driver will yield to you

4. A brown highway sign is for:

* Recreational
* Historic
* Scenic
* All of the above - CORRECT

5. When you see a YIELD sign:

* You must slow down and prepare to stop - CORRECT
* You can keep driving through
* Other cars must yield to you
* All pedestrians and bicycles must stop for you

6. When passing another vehicle:

* You can exceed the speed limit
* You can use the breakdown lane to do so
* You can use the shoulder to do so
* You should do so only when it is safe - CORRECT


7. How far ahead should you scan your path of travel?

* 10 seconds
* 12 seconds - CORRECT
* 15 seconds
* 20 seconds

8. How many drinks of alcohol does it take to affect your ability to ride?

* One - CORRECT
* Two
* Three
* Four

9. The two primary types of helmets are:

* Three-quarter and full face - CORRECT
* Three-quarter and half face
* One-quarter and full face
* One-quarter and half face

10. The best way to help others see your motorcycle is to keep the headlight on:

* During the day
* At night
* At all times - CORRECT
* When it rains

11. If you wait one hour per drink for the alcohol to be eliminated from your body before riding:

* You cannot be arrested for drinking and riding
* Your riding skills will not be affected
* Side effects from the drinking may still remain - CORRECT
* You will be okay as long as you ride slowly

12. The distance between you and the vehicle ahead should be:

* 1 second
* 2 seconds - CORRECT
* 3 seconds
* 4 seconds

13. The following factors play a major part in determining (blood alcohol concentration) BAC:

* The amount of alcohol you consume
* How fast you drink
* Your body weight
* All of the above - CORRECT

14. Studies show that most riders involved in crashes:

* Underbrake the front tire and overbrake the rear
* Overbrake the front tire and underbrake the rear
* Did not separate braking from swerving or did not choose swerving when it was appropriate
* Both A and C - CORRECT

15. A good way to handle tailgaters is to:

* Change lanes and let them pass - CORRECT
* Use your horn and make obscene gestures
* Speed up to put distance between you and the tailgater
* Ignore them

16. You may cross a double, yellow line to pass a vehicle, if the yellow line next to:

* Your side of the road is a broken line - CORRECT
* The other side of the road is a solid line
* The other side of the road is a broken line
* D. Your side of the road is a solid line


17. When being passed by a vehicle, avoid being hit by:

* The other vehicle
* Extended mirrors
* Objects thrown from windows or blasts of wind from larger vehicles
* All of the above - CORRECT


18. Weaving in and out of traffic is ok:

* If you can do it safely
* If you are wearing reflective clothing
* If the other drivers can see you
* Under no circumstances - CORRECT

19. Where should you ride while passing a parked car?

* Toward the left part of your lane - CORRECT
* Toward the right part of your lane
* Toward the center of your lane
* Wherever you are most comfortable

20. Your laces should be tucked in so that:

* You look more fashionable
* They don't distract other drivers
* They don't get wet
* They will not catch on your motorcycle - CORRECT

21. While riding in the city, how far ahead should you look?

* One half block to one full block - CORRECT
* One full block
* One full block to two full blocks
* Two full blocks

22. Most crashes happen:

* On short trips, just a few minutes after starting out - CORRECT
* When it rains
* At night
* In traffic

23. When you should signal your turn?

* At least 100 feet - CORRECT
* At least 200 feet
* At least 300 feet
* At least 400 feet

25. Surfaces that provide poor traction include:

* Wet pavement
* Gravel roads
* Mud, snow, and ice
* All of the above - CORRECT

26. When you approach a non-functioning traffic light, you must:

* Treat it like a four-way stop sign - CORRECT
* Slow but not stop
* Assume you have the right-of-way
* Honk your horn and drive through the intersection

27. The three-step process used to make appropriate judgments, and apply them correctly in different traffic situations is called:

* SEE - CORRECT
* SAW
* SEA
* WOW

28. Other factors that play a part in determining BAC are:

* Your gender
* Your physical condition
* Your food intake
* All of the above - CORRECT

29. How many steps are used for better turning control?

* 1
* 2
* 3
* 4 - CORRECT

30. Two sets of solid, double, yellow lines that are two or more feet apart:

* May be crossed to enter or exit a private driveway
* May not be crossed for any reason - CORRECT
* Should be treated as a separate traffic lane
* May be crossed if it is safe to do so

31. If you see or hear a train approaching, you should:

* Speed up to beat the train
* Ignore the flashing lights
* Ignore the gate
* Stop until the gate raises and the light stops flashing - CORRECT

32. Unless otherwise stated, the speed limit in residential areas is:

* 25 mph - CORRECT
* 30 mph
* 35 mph
* 15 mph

33. What is the biggest factor to degrade your ability to think clearly and to ride safely?

* Alcohol and other drugs - CORRECT
* Bad weather
* Unruly passengers
* Traffic

34. Which of the following indicates a helmet manufactured to meet federal requirements?

* USA
* DOT - CORRECT
* DDT
* MSF

35. As you leave the highway and drive along the exit ramp, you should:

* Slow to the posted exit ramp speed limit - CORRECT
* Maintain the pace you had on the highway
* Ride both brakes all the way on the ramp
* Not worry about signaling

36. Lanes marked with a diamond symbol are reserved for:

* High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) sign indicating special use lane - CORRECT
* Military vehicles
* High speed vehicles
* Older vehicles

37. If your motorcycle starts to wobble:

* Accelerate out of the wobble
* Use the brakes gradually
* Grip the handlebars firmly and close the throttle gradually - CORRECT
* Downshift

38. The best way to stop quickly is to:

* Use the front brake only
* Use the rear brake first
* Throttle down and use the front brake
* Use both brakes at the same time - CORRECT

39. Riding for long periods in cold weather:

* Can cause severe chill and fatigue - CORRECT
* Is encouraged
* Is harmless if done only once a week
* Is harmless if you are wearing heavy clothes

40. It is legal to cut through or disrupt any vehicles in a funeral procession:

* In an emergency
* If you have the right-of-way
* If it is safe to do so
* Under no circumstances - CORRECT

41. What does a green arrow appearing with a red traffic light mean?

* Traffic turning in the direction of the arrow has the right-of-way, all other traffic in that lane does not - CORRECT
* All traffic in the lane must remain stopped until only the red light is shown
* You must briefly stop before turning in the direction of the arrow
* It is a warning that the light is about to change; no traffic may proceed

42. When a school bus is stopped on a two lane road with its red lights flashing, you must:

* Stop until the lights stop flashing - CORRECT
* Slow to 20 mph
* Speed up if you do not see anyone
* Slowly drive by the bus

43. Who has the right-of-way?

* Any animal that someone is leading, riding, or driving - CORRECT
* A school bus
* You
* None of the above

44. The following elements will tire you quickly:

* Wind
* Cold weather
* Rain
* All of the above - CORRECT

45. To create more space and minimize harm from any hazard:

* Communicate your presence with lights and/or horn
* Adjust your speed by accelerating, stopping or slowing
* Adjust your position and/or direction
* All of the above - CORRECT

46. You should learn how to use the gears when:

* Downshifting
* Turning
* Starting on hills
* All of the above - CORRECT

47. Reflective clothing should:

* Be worn at night
* Be worn during the day
* Not be worn
* Be worn day and night - CORRECT

48. You might want to use your horn when:

* A driver in the lane next to you is driving too closely to the vehicle ahead and may want to pass
* A parked car has someone in the driver’s seat
* Someone is in the street, riding a bicycle or walking
* All of the above - CORRECT

49. If you are convicted of riding under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you may receive any of the following penalties:

* License suspension
* Fines
* Community service
* All of the above - CORRECT

50. A pedestrian with a white cane is:

* Blind - CORRECT
* Deaf
* Elderly
* Handicapped

51. The greatest potential for conflict between you and other traffic is:

* At intersections - CORRECT
* On the highway
* At night
* During bad weather

52. If bright sunlight makes your turn signal lights hard to see, you should:

* Use hand signals - CORRECT
* Honk your horn
* Assume the other driver knows you are doing
* Make your turn regardless

53. Drivers are most tempted to squeeze by you:

* In heavy, bumper-to-bumper traffic or when they want to pass you
* When you are preparing to turn at an intersection
* When you are moving into an exit lane or leaving a highway.
* All of the above - CORRECT

54. What may influence your riding strategy?

* Potholes
* Guard rails
* Bridges
* All of the above - CORRECT

55. How should you park your motorcycle?

* At a 90 degree angle to the curb with the rear wheel touching the curb. - CORRECT
* At a 90 degree angle to the curb with the front wheel touching the curb.
* At a 45 degree angle to the curb with the rear wheel touching the curb.
* At a 45 degree angle to the curb with the rear wheel touching the curb.

56. You should tell your passenger to tighten his or her hold when you:

* Approach surface problems
* Are about to start from a stop
* Warn that you will make a sudden move
* All of the above - CORRECT

57. You should not attempt a U-turn:

* At the crest of a hill
* Near a curve
* When you see a NO U-TURN sign
* All of the above - CORRECT

58. Your lane position should:

* Increase your ability to see and be seen
* Avoid surface hazards and others' blind spots
* Protect your lane from other drivers
* All of the above - CORRECT

59. When should you signal before changing lanes on a highway?

* 5 seconds - CORRECT
* 10 seconds
* 15 seconds
* 20 seconds

60. Two sets of solid, double, white lines that are two or more feet apart:

* May be crossed to enter or exit a private driveway
* May not be crossed for any reason - CORRECT
* Should be treated as a separate traffic lane
* May be crossed if it is safe to do so

61. Roadways are the most slippery:

* The first rain after a dry spell - CORRECT
* During a heavy downpour
* After it has been raining for a few hours
* During a light drizzle

62. What does a flashing yellow signal light mean?

* You need to stop
* You need to slow down before entering the intersection - CORRECT
* You need to yield to cross traffic
* The signal is about to turn red

63. Your gloves should be made of:

* Leather - CORRECT
* Wool
* Plastic
* Silk

64. How are convex mirrors different from flat mirrors?

* They provide a wider view of the road behind - CORRECT
* They show all of your blind spots
* They make vehicles appear to be closer than they are
* There is no difference

65. A plastic shatter-resistant face shield:

* Is not necessary if you have a windshield
* Only protects your eyes
* Helps protect your whole face - CORRECT
* Does not protect your face as well as goggles

66. To carry passengers safely, you should:

* Equip and adjust your motorcycle to carry passengers
* Instruct the passenger before you start
* Adjust your riding technique for the added weight
* All of the above - CORRECT

67. What color is the neutral light indicator?

* Green - CORRECT
* Blue
* Red
* Yellow

68. Using both brakes in a turn is possible:

* If it is done carefully - CORRECT
* At any time
* Only on a flat surface
* Except when it is raining

69. If you have a green light, but traffic is blocking the intersection, you should:

* Stay out of the intersection until traffic clears - CORRECT
* Enter the intersection and wait until traffic clears
* Honk your horn and drive through
* Merge into another lane and try to go around the traffic

70. When confronted by large animals in the road, you should:

* Turn around
* Speed by them as quickly as possible
* Brake and prepare to stop - CORRECT
* Yell at the animal to move

71. To avoid fatigue, you should stop and get off the motorcycle at least every how many hours?

* 1
* 2 - CORRECT
* 3
* 4

72. The clutch is:

* Near the headlight
* Near the left handgrip
* Near the rear brake pedal
* Near the right handgrip - CORRECT

73. As you approach and enter a highway travel lane, you should:

* Increase your speed to match that of vehicles already on the road - CORRECT
* Conserve your gas and slowly make your way onto the highway
* Assume other vehicles will give you the right-of-way
* Honk your horn to announce your presence

74. It is most important to flash your brake light when:

* Someone is following too closely
* You will be slowing suddenly - CORRECT
* There is a stop sign ahead
* Your signals are not working

75. Over one-half of motorcycle/car crashes are caused by:

* Drivers entering a rider’s right-of-way - CORRECT
* Bad weather
* Speeding
* Poor visibility

76. You can change lanes in the middle of an intersection:

* When it is safe to do so
* If there is no cross traffic
* Only in light or no traffic
* Under no circumstances - CORRECT

77. When it starts to rain it is usually best to:

* Ride in the center of the lane
* Pull off to the side until the rain stops
* Ride in the tire tracks left by cars - CORRECT
* Increase your speed

78. Each of the following drinks contain about the same amount of alcohol:

* 12 ounce beer
* 4 ounce glass of wine
* 1 ounce serving of 80-proof liquor
* All of the above - CORRECT

79. If the chain or belt breaks, you should:

* Close the throttle and brake to a stop in a safe area - CORRECT
* Apply the brakes immediately
* Maintain your speed
* Apply the front brake only

80. Why should you not drag your feet against the ground?

* They might get caught on something and possibly cause you to fall - CORRECT
* It will slow you down
* You might get your shoes dirty
* You might get your shoes wet

81. More than half of all crashes:

* Occur at speeds greater than 35 mph
* Happen at night
* Are caused by worn tires
* Involve riders who have ridden their motorcycles less than 6 months - CORRECT

82. How should you approach obstacles in the road?

* At a 30 degree angle
* At a 45 degree angle
* At a 60 degree angle
* At a 90 degree angle - CORRECT

83. Any state manual will be able to teach you how to control:

* Direction
* Speed
* Balance
* None of the above - CORRECT

84. Generally, it is illegal to:

* Drive on a bet or wager
* Engage in drag racing
* Throw garbage or glass onto a roadway or onto public or private land
* All of the above - CORRECT


85. What is the best way to stay out of trouble while riding a motorcycle?

* To see it coming by looking well ahead - CORRECT
* By avoiding high density traffic areas
* By increasing the following distance between your motorcycle and the vehicle in front of you
* By not wearing a helmet


86. You may block an intersection with your motorcycle:

* When there is very little traffic
* If the light is green
* If the light is yellow
* Under no circumstances - CORRECT

87. If a tire goes flat while riding and you must stop, it is usually best to:

* Relax on the handlegrips
* Shift your weight toward the good tire
* Brake on the good tire and steer to the side of the road - CORRECT
* Use both brakes and stop quickly

88. To reduce your reaction time, you should:

* Ride slower than the speed limit
* Cover the clutch and the brakes - CORRECT
* Shift into neutral when slowing
* Pull in the clutch when turning

89. As you approach an intersection, you should:

* Reduce your speed - CORRECT
* Increase your speed
* Weave in and out to get better lane position
* Assume all other drivers will see you

90. You are legally impaired with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of this or higher:

* .02
* .04
* .06
* .08 - CORRECT

91. The engine cut-off switch is:

* Near the clutch
* Near the horn
* Near the rear brake pedal
* Near the right handgrip - CORRECT

92. Passengers should:

* Lean as you lean - CORRECT
* Hold on to the motorcycle seat
* Sit as far back as possible
* Never hold onto you

93. While riding in cold weather, you should:

* Wear several layers - CORRECT
* Wear bulky clothes
* Wear something fashionable
* Not wear gloves

94. What does a solid yellow line painted on your side of a highway center line mean?

* You are not allowed to pass - CORRECT
* You are allowed to pass
* Your lane will end soon
* You are in a 25 mph zone

95. Examiners may score you on safety factors such as:

* Selecting safe speeds to perform maneuvers
* Choosing the correct path and staying within boundaries
* Completing normal and quick stops and normal and quick turns, or swerves
* All of the above - CORRECT

96. Equipment should include:

* A seat large enough to hold both of you without crowding
* Footrests for the passenger
* Protective equipment
* All of the above - CORRECT

97. You may make a right turn on a red light:

* When it is safe to do so
* Without having to stop first
* Without having to worry about cross traffic or pedestrians
* Only after coming to a complete stop - CORRECT

98. Why does your engine normally lock or freeze?

* It is usually low on oil - CORRECT
* The weather is too cold
* The weather is too warm
* A belt is torn

99. The front brake supplies how much of the potential stopping power?

* About 25%
* About 50%
* About 75% - CORRECT
* 100%

100. If you are chased by a dog:

* Kick it away
* Stop until the animal loses interest
* Swerve around the animal
* Approach the animal slowly, then speed up - CORRECT


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Another 100 Question

1. On roadways with two or more lanes in your travel direction, use the right lane for riding unless:

* You are passing another vehicle
* You are making a left turn
* The right lane is blocked
* All of the above - CORRECT


2. When starting out, you should adjust the handlebars:

* So your hands are even with or below your elbows - CORRECT
* So your hands are even with or above your elbows
* So the handlebars are above your line of vision
* So they tilt toward your stronger side

3. When riding in a group, inexperienced riders should position themselves:

* Just behind the leader - CORRECT
* In front of the group
* At the tail end of the group
* Beside the leader

4. Making eye contact with other drivers:

* Is a good sign they see you
* Is not worth the effort it takes
* Does not mean that the driver will yield - CORRECT
* Guarantees that the other driver will yield to you

5. An orange highway sign is for:

* Construction or maintenance warning - CORRECT
* General warning
* Direction
* Stop

7. Your chance of falling or being involved in a crash increases whenever you ride across:

* Slippery or uneven surfaces
* Railroad tracks
* Grooves and gratings
* All of the above - CORRECT

15. Who always has the right-of-way?

* Pedestrians - CORRECT
* Motorcycles
* Cars
* Bicycles

24. There are several ways to keep friends who have had too much to drink from hurting themselves:

* Arrange a safe ride
* Keep them there
* Get friends involved
* All of the above - CORRECT

39. You should adjust each mirror so you can see:

* The lane behind and as much as possible of the lane next to you - CORRECT
* Just your helmet
* Just the lane behind you
* Just the lane next to you



57. You should change gears prior to entering a turn to avoid:

* Damage to your engine
* Damage to the brakes
* Damage to the clutch
* Skidding - CORRECT

58. To turn left from a multilane one-way street onto a one-way street, you should start your turn from:

* Any lane as long as it is safe
* The lane closest to the left curb - CORRECT
* The lane in the center of the road
* The lane closest to the right curb

68. If you miss your exit on the highway, you should:

* Get off at the next exit - CORRECT
* Stop
* Back up
* Make a U-turn

83. You should check the following on your motorcycle at least once a week:

* Wheels
* Cables
* Fasteners
* All of the above - CORRECT


91. What does a flashing red traffic light mean?

* The same as a STOP sign - CORRECT
* You must slow down and proceed cautiously, but are not required to stop
* You may continue as if you had a green light
* The same as a YIELD sign

96. When you should signal your turn on a highway?

* At least 100 feet
* At least 200 feet
* At least 300 feet
* At least 500 feet - CORRECT

97. If you are going to use an unfamiliar motorcycle, you should:

* Make all the checks you would on your own motorcycle
* Work the throttle, clutch and brakes a few times before you start riding
* Accelerate gently, take turns more slowly and leave extra room for stopping
* All of the above - CORRECT


21. At a four way stop, you must give right-of-way to:

* The driver who arrived before you - CORRECT
* The driver to your left
* The driver to your right
* No one


99. A yellow highway sign is for:

* General warning - CORRECT
* Direction
* Stop
* Construction


1. If a friend has had too much to drink, __________
A. slow the pace of drinking by involving her or him in other activities; serve food and coffee to pass the time.
B. enlist support from others when you decide to step in.
C. use any excuse to keep the person from getting on her or his motorcycle.
D. all of the above

Correct!
D. all of the above

Explanation:
People who have had too much to drink are unable to make a responsible decision. It is up to others to step in and keep them from taking too great a risk. No one wants to do this — it's uncomfortable, embarrassing and thankless. You are rarely thanked for your efforts at the time. But the alternatives are often worse. There are several ways to keep friends from hurting themselves: -Arrange a safe ride - Provide alternative ways for them to get home. -Slow the pace of drinking - Involve them in other activities. -Keep them there - Use any excuse to keep them from getting on their motorcycle. Serve them food and coffee to pass the time. Explain your concerns for their risks of getting arrested or hurt or hurting someone else. -Get friends involved - Use peer pressure from a group of friends to intervene. It helps to enlist support from others when you decide to step in. The more people on your side, the easier it is to be firm and the harder it is for the rider to resist. While you may not be thanked at the time, you will never have to say, "If only I had..."

In the handbook:
Being in Shape to Ride - Step in to Protect Friends


2. If you wait an hour for each drink before riding, __________
A. you cannot be arrested for drinking and riding.
B. your riding skills will not be affected.
C. side effects from the drinking may still remain.
D. you will be okay as long as your ride slowly.

Correct!
C. side effects from the drinking may still remain.

Explanation:
Blood Alcohol Concentration, or BAC, is the amount of alcohol in relation to blood in the body. Generally, alcohol can be eliminated in the body at the rate of almost one drink per hour. But a variety of other factors may also influence the level of alcohol retained. The more alcohol in your blood, the greater the degree of impairment. Three factors play a major part in determining BAC: -The amount of alcohol you consume. -How fast you drink. -Your body weight. Other factors also contribute to the way alcohol affects your system. Your sex, physical condition and food intake are just a few that may cause your BAC level to be even higher. But the full effects of these are not completely known. Alcohol may still accumulate in your body even if you are drinking at a rate of one drink per hour. Abilities and judgment can be affected by that one drink.

In the handbook:
Being in Shape to Ride - Alcohol in the Body - Blood Alcohol Concentration


3. When railroad tracks, ruts, or pavement seams run parallel to your course, __________
A. cross at an angle of at least 60 degrees.
B. make a quick, sharp turn.
C. edge across the tracks.
D. both A and B.

Correct!
B. make a quick, sharp turn.

Explanation:
Usually it is safer to ride straight within your lane to cross tracks. Turning to take tracks head-on (at a 90° angle) can be more dangerous — your path may carry you into another lane of traffic. For track and road seams that run parallel to your course, move far enough away from tracks, ruts, or pavement seams to cross at an angle of at least 45°. Then, make a quick, sharp turn. Edging across could catch your tires and throw you off balance.

In the handbook:
Ride Within Your Abilities - Handling Dangerous Surfaces - Railroad Tracks, Trolley Tracks and Pavement Seams

3. Your use of __________ at intersections is critical.
A. EYE
B. GET
C. SEE
D. SAW

Correct!
C. SEE

Explanation:
The greatest potential for conflict between you and other traffic is at intersections. An intersection can be in the middle of an urban area or at a driveway on a residential street - anywhere traffic may cross your path of travel. Over one-half of motorcycle/car crashes are caused by drivers entering a rider's right-of-way. Cars that turn left in front of you, including cars turning left from the lane to your right, and cars on side streets that pull into your lane, are the biggest dangers. Your use of SEE at intersections is critical.

In the handbook:
Ride Within Your Abilities - Intersections


4. Which of the following statements is true?
A. With a locked rear wheel, you cannot control the motorcycle under any circumstances.
B. To stop quickly, apply both brakes at the same time.
C. The front brake provides 30% or more of the potential stopping power.
D. all of the above

Correct!
B. To stop quickly, apply both brakes at the same time.

Explanation:
To stop quickly, apply both brakes at the same time. Don't be shy about using the front brake, but don't "grab" it, either. Squeeze the brake lever firmly and progressively. If the front wheel locks, release the front brake immediately, then reapply it firmly. At the same time, press down on the rear brake. If you accidentally lock the rear brake on a good traction surface, keep it locked until you have completely stopped. Even with a locked rear wheel, you can control the motorcycle on a straightaway if it is upright and going in a straight line. Always use both brakes at the same time to stop. The front brake can provide 70% or more of the potential stopping power. If you must stop quickly while turning or riding a curve, the best technique is to straighten the bike upright first and then brake. However, it may not always be possible to straighten the motorcycle and then stop. If you must brake while leaning, apply light brakes and reduce the throttle. As you slow, you can reduce your lean angle and apply more brake pressure until the motorcycle is straight and maximum brake pressure is possible. You should "straighten" the handlebars in the last few feet of stopping. The motorcycle should then be straight up and in balance.

In the handbook:
Ride Within Your Abilities - Crash Avoidance - Quick Stops




5. Which of the following statements is true?
A. Your ability to perform and respond to changing road and traffic conditions is not influenced by how fit or alert you are.
B. One drink will not have a significant effect on your riding performance.
C. Riding a motorcycle is a demanding and complex task.
D. all of the above.

Correct!
C. Riding a motorcycle is a demanding and complex task.

Explanation:
Riding a motorcycle is a demanding and complex task. Skilled riders pay attention to the riding environment and to operating the motorcycle, identifying potential hazards, making good judgments and executing decisions quickly and skillfully. Your ability to perform and respond to changing road and traffic conditions is influenced by how fit and alert you are. Alcohol and other drugs, more than any other factor, degrade your ability to think clearly and to ride safely. As little as one drink can have a significant effect on your performance.

In the handbook:
Being in Shape to Ride


1. One factor that plays a major part in determining BAC is ________
A. your mood.
B. food intake..
C. how fast you drink
D. none of the above

Correct!
C. how fast you drink.

Explanation:
Blood Alcohol Concentration, or BAC, is the amount of alcohol in relation to blood in the body. Generally, alcohol can be eliminated in the body at the rate of almost one drink per hour. But a variety of other factors may also influence the level of alcohol retained. The more alcohol in your blood, the greater the degree of impairment. Three factors play a major part in determining BAC: -The amount of alcohol you consume. -How fast you drink. -Your body weight. Other factors also contribute to the way alcohol affects your system. Your sex, physical condition and food intake are just a few that may cause your BAC level to be even higher. But the full effects of these are not completely known. Alcohol may still accumulate in your body even if you are drinking at a rate of one drink per hour. Abilities and judgment can be affected by that one drink.

In the handbook:
Being in Shape to Ride - Alcohol in the Body - Blood Alcohol Concentration


1. Your lane position should __________
A. increase wind blast from other vehicles.
B. protect your lane from other drivers.
C. decrease your ability to see and be seen.
D. all of the above

Correct!
B. protect your lane from other drivers.

Explanation:
In some ways the size of the motorcycle can work to your advantage. Each traffic lane gives a motorcycle three paths of travel. Your lane position should: -Increase your ability to see and be seen. -Avoid others' blind spots. -Avoid surface hazards. -Protect your lane from other drivers. -Communicate your intentions. -Avoid wind blast from other vehicles. -Provide an escape route. Select the appropriate path to maximize your space cushion and make yourself more easily seen by others on the road. In general, there is no single best position for riders to be seen and to maintain a space cushion around the motorcycle. No portion of the lane need be avoided - including the center. Position yourself in the portion of the lane where you are most likely to be seen and you can maintain a space cushion around you. Change position as traffic situations change. Ride in path 2 or 3 if vehicles and other potential problems are on your left only. Remain in path 1 or 2 if hazards are on your right only. If vehicles are being operated on both sides of you, the center of the lane, path 2, is usually your best option. The oily strip in the center portion that collects drippings from cars is usually no more than two feet wide. Unless the road is wet, the average center strip permits adequate traction to ride on safely. You can operate to the left or right of the grease strip and still be within the center portion of the traffic lane. Avoid riding on big buildups of oil and grease usually found at busy intersections or toll booths.

In the handbook:
Ride Within Your Abilities - Keeping Your Distance - Lane Positions



2. Smaller vehicles __________
A. can fool other drivers into thinking that they have no time to pull out in front of the motorcyclist.
B. appear farther away than they actually are.
C. seem to be traveling faster than they actually are.
D. all of the above
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Incorrect, choose a different answer.

Correct!
B. appear farther away than they actually are.

Explanation:
In crashes with motorcyclists, drivers often say that they never saw the motorcycle. From ahead or behind, a motorcycle's outline is much smaller than a car's. Also, it's hard to see something you are not looking for, and most drivers are not looking for motorcycles. More likely, they are looking through the skinny, two-wheeled silhouette in search of cars that may pose a problem to them. Even if a driver does see you coming, you aren't necessarily safe. Smaller vehicles appear farther away and seem to be traveling slower than they actually are. It is common for drivers to pull out in front of motorcyclists, thinking they have plenty of time. Too often, they are wrong. However, you can do many things to make it easier for others to recognize you and your cycle.

In the handbook:
Ride Within Your Abilities - Increasing Conspicuity



1. Your lane position should __________
A. increase wind blast from other vehicles.
B. protect your lane from other drivers.
C. decrease your ability to see and be seen.
D. all of the above


Correct!
B. protect your lane from other drivers.

Explanation:
In some ways the size of the motorcycle can work to your advantage. Each traffic lane gives a motorcycle three paths of travel. Your lane position should: -Increase your ability to see and be seen. -Avoid others' blind spots. -Avoid surface hazards. -Protect your lane from other drivers. -Communicate your intentions. -Avoid wind blast from other vehicles. -Provide an escape route. Select the appropriate path to maximize your space cushion and make yourself more easily seen by others on the road. In general, there is no single best position for riders to be seen and to maintain a space cushion around the motorcycle. No portion of the lane need be avoided - including the center. Position yourself in the portion of the lane where you are most likely to be seen and you can maintain a space cushion around you. Change position as traffic situations change. Ride in path 2 or 3 if vehicles and other potential problems are on your left only. Remain in path 1 or 2 if hazards are on your right only. If vehicles are being operated on both sides of you, the center of the lane, path 2, is usually your best option. The oily strip in the center portion that collects drippings from cars is usually no more than two feet wide. Unless the road is wet, the average center strip permits adequate traction to ride on safely. You can operate to the left or right of the grease strip and still be within the center portion of the traffic lane. Avoid riding on big buildups of oil and grease usually found at busy intersections or toll booths.

In the handbook:
Ride Within Your Abilities - Keeping Your Distance - Lane Positions


1. When being passed, avoid being hit by __________
A. the other vehicle.
B. extended mirrors.
C. objects thrown from windows.
D. all of the above


Correct!
D. all of the above

Explanation:
When you are being passed from behind or by an oncoming vehicle, stay in the center portion of your lane. Riding any closer to them could put you in a hazardous situation. Avoid being hit by: -The other vehicle - A slight mistake by you or the passing driver could cause a sideswipe. -Extended mirrors - Some drivers forget that their mirrors hang out farther than their fenders. -Objects thrown from windows - Even if the driver knows you're there, a passenger may not see you and might toss something on you or the road ahead of you. -Blasts of wind from larger vehicles - They can affect your control. You have more room for error if you are in the middle portion when hit by this blast than if you were on either side of the lane. -Do not move into the portion of the lane farthest from the passing vehicle. It might invite the other driver to cut back into your lane too early.

In the handbook:
Ride Within Your Abilities - Keeping Your Distance - Being Passed

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