Arizona Motorcycle Permit Test

Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 25
Directions: To earn your motorcycle license in Arizona, you must pass a knowledge test and on-cycle skills test. Questions for the test come from the Arizona Motorcycle Manual. The knowledge test consists of 30 questions. Each question has four possible answers. To pass, you can miss no more than five questions. The test may be taken in Spanish. Also, if you cannot take a written test, arrangements can be made for an oral test. The manual is not available in Spanish. The on-cycle test is a 15-minute test in which you demonstrate your riding ability.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
5 or fewer errors
What can you do to increase your chance of being seen at an intersection?
Not use your brakes
Ride with your headlight on
Swerve in your lane to draw attention
Raise your arms
When riding in a group, inexperienced riders should position themselves:
At the tail end of the group
Just behind the leader
In front of the group
Close to the end of the group
When passing parked cars, what part of the lane should you use?
Right portion of the lane
Center portion of the lane
Either the left or right portion of the lane
Left portion of the lane
As you brake, weight will transfer to the front of the bike and you should
Try to lock the front tire
Use more rear brake pressure
Not worry. The weight transfer will not have an effect on your motorcycle
Use less rear brake pressure
Where is the clutch lever usually located?
On the right hand grip
Near the right foot
Near the left foot
On the left hand grip
If a person is following too closely, or tailgating, it would be best to:
Not worry about them and just drive
Get off the roadway
Change lanes and let them pass
Speed up, so you stay in front of them
When riding in a group, it is best to put inexperienced riders near the front because:
They might get lost if they were leading
They might go too fast
They might slow the group down if they were the leaders
Other riders can keep an eye on them
If the front wheel begins to skid:
Release the front brake and increase the pressure on the rear brake
Keep the front brake engaged and ride out the skid
Keep the front brake engaged and release the rear brake
Release the front brake and re-engage the brake
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