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Motorcycle Quiz 13

1. If you must stop while leaning in a curve, what should you do?
Try to straighten your motorcycle upright.
Use your rear brake only.
Never stop in a curve.
Use your lean to enhance braking.

2. If you are about to pass a parked car whose driver is inside, you should
Flash your brake light.
Beep your horn.
Wave your arms.
Come to a complete stop.

3. The side of the road can be dangerous to motorcycles because
Of dirt and gravel buildup.
The pavement is of poor quality near the edge.
The road edge markings are often inaccurate.
You cannot be seen when riding near the edge.

4. When looking where you want to turn, you should
Keep your eyes level with the horizon.
Reduce your speed before the turn.
Turn your head, not your shoulders, in the direction of the intended turn.
Do all of the above.

5. Rolling on the throttle through a turn will
Help stop the motorcycle.
Cause the motorcycle to skid.
Help stabilize the motorcycle.
Cause the motorcycle to tip over.

6. In countersteering to initiate a turn, pushing the right handgrip will allow the motorcycle to
Go straight.
Turn right.
Make a U-turn only.
Turn left.

7. When motorcyclists ride in a group, who sets the pace of the group?
The group leader
The middle group rider
The tail rider
The traffic in front of the group leader

8. Your passenger should
Sit as far forward as possible.
Get on before you start the engine.
Put his or her feet down when the motorcycle is stopped.
Lean in the opposite direction of the motorcycle.

9. Most of your motorcycle’s stopping power is provided by
The front brake.
The front and rear brakes equally.
The clutch.
The rear brake.

10. An automobile driver is most likely to try to share your lane
When the driver wants to pass you.
In heavy traffic.
When you are preparing to turn at an intersection.
In any of the above situations.

11. Indiana’s Habitual Traffic Violator program takes into account convictions that occur within a ________ period.
5-year
10-year
3-year
7-year

12. For how long must you hold a learner’s permit before applying for a driver’s license?
45 days
180 days
90 days
360 days

13. If you are convicted of driving with a suspended license, _____ points will be added to your driving record.
8
4
2
6

14. For driving up to ______ mph over the posted speed limit, 2 points will be added to your driving record.
25
20
15
16

15. If you fail to complete a required driver safety course,
Your vehicle will be impounded.
You will be required to pay a fine of $200.
Your license will be suspended.
None of the above are true.

16. A child under the age of _____ must be properly secured in a child restraint system.
8
5
6
7

17. If you are convicted of 10 moving violations within a 10-year period, at least one of which was a major offense, your license may be suspended for _____ years.
7
5
9
3

18. If you are required to attend an administrative hearing because of excess points accumulation, which of the following could occur?
Placement on probation
BMV-approved safety course requirement
Suspension from 30 days to 1 year
All of the above

19. When a probationary period is allowed, an Indiana driver’s license must be suspended for ________ before the probation period becomes effective.
30 days
10 days
15 days
60 days

20. Under Indiana’s Habitual Traffic Violator program, an Indiana driver who is convicted of two driving-related convictions resulting in injury or death within a 10-year period will have his or her license suspended for
5 years.
1 year.
7 years.
10 years.