Ohio Motorcycle Permit Test

Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 40
Passing score: 10
Directions: To earn your motorcycle license in Ohio, you must pass a knowledge test and on-cycle skill test. The knowledge test is based on information in the Ohio Motorcycle Operator Manual. There are 40 questions on the knowledge test. A passing score is 75 percent or higher, or 30 questions, answered correctly. Each question has three or four answers to choose from. The knowledge test is available in Spanish. However, the study guide is not. The on-cycle skill test will be conducted in actual traffic or off-street area.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
10 or fewer errors
If attempting to brake in curve, you should:
Only use the rear brake
Brake as hard as you would on a straightaway
Wait until you are not in a curve to brake
Brake gradually, not applying as much braking force as if you were on a straight away
When turning, you should:
Keep your knees away from the gas tank.
Turn just your head, not your shoulders to look through turns
Turn your head and shoulders to look through turns.
Making eye contact with other drivers:
Is not worth the effort it takes.
Is a good sign they see you.
Guarantees that the other driver will yield to you.
Doesn’t mean that the driver will yield.
If riding over rain grooves or bridge gratings and the motorcycle begins to weave, you should
Relax, maintain a steady speed and ride straight across
Drive in a weaving pattern as much as possible
Ride on the shoulder as the road is likely to dangerous to ride on
Tighten your hold on the handlerips and increase your speed to get past the hazard
Most motorcycle/automobile accidents occur:
In parking lots
At intersections
On the open road
If you get a flat tire while riding, you should:
Shift your weight toward the good wheel and brake normally
Brake on the good wheel and pull off the road as soon as possible
Hold the handlegrips firmly and stay off the brakes
To swerve correctly:
Press the handlegrip in the direction of the turn
Shift your weight quickly.
Turn the handlebars quickly.
Press the handlegrip in the opposite direction of the turn.
The front brake
Should be used only in slippery conditions
Is safe to use, if used properly
Is not as effective as the rear brake
Should only be used when you need to stop quickly
When riding over rough surfaces, you should
Ride without a helmet as the helmet may become loose and cover your face
Hold the handgrips firmly to keep your grip
Hold the handgrips loosely to allow for movement
Use lots of throttle to help you get over the rough surface
The combined effects of alcohol and other drugs are:
Less dangerous than either one alone
more dangerous than either is alone
Usually minimal
That the two usually balance each other out, so there is no negative effect.