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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.
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1.
When passing a row of parked cars to your right when there is no oncoming traffic to your left, you should:
Stay toward the right side of your lane.
Stay toward the left side of your lane.
Look to your left frequently.
Use your rearview mirrors more frequently than usual.
2.
An integrated braking system:
Applies partial rear braking when the front brake is applied.
Applies partial front braking when the rear brake is applied.
Applies even braking for both the front and rear brakes when either is applied.
Learns and remembers the approximate braking force used by the rider.
3.
If braking in a curve:
Only use the front brake.
It will be the same as braking on a straightaway.
You will have more traction as you lean into the curve.
You may have less traction as you lean into the curve.
4.
To lessen your chances of being involved in an accident, you should:
Ride within a foot of the vehicle in front of you.
Wear dark clothing.
Signal only when you feel like it.
Stay alert and be prepared to act to avoid a crash.
5.
A leather jacket:
Can make a rider look cool.
Is usually too warm to wear when riding.
Provides protection in a crash.
Should not be worn when riding.
6.
When riding, goggles:
Protect your eyes, but not the rest of your face.
Protect your face, but not your eyes.
Are not as effective at protecting your eyes as eyeglasses.
Are not effective in providing any protection.
7.
It is difficult for other motorists to see motorcycles at night. To make up for that, a motorcycle rider should:
Reduce their speed when riding at night.
Sound their horn repeatedly when riding at night.
Not ride at night.
Stay directly in front of another vehicle to be seen in their headlights when riding at night.
8.
If carrying a load in a sidecar, the motorcycle's stopping distance:
May be increased.
May be decreased.
Is not a concern.
Will be similar to the stopping distance of a two-wheeled motorcycle.
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