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Kentucky Motorcycle Permit Test

Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 24
Directions: To obtain a motorcycle license in Kentucky, you must pass a knowledge test and on-cycle skills test. The knowledge test consists of 30 questions .Each question has four answer choices. To pass, you must get a score of 24 or better. There is no Spanish manual and the test is only in English. You may use an interpreter for the written test, but you would be responsible for the cost of the interpreter. There is a list of approved interpreters at each office. Contact the office, the office can put you in contact with the interpreter, who can discuss the details and rate.
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8.
Making eye contact with another driver:
Indicates that the driver sees you.
Doesn’t mean that the driver will properly yield to you.
Guarantees that the other driver will properly yield to you.
May make the driver mad.
9.
When braking, you should:
Always use both brakes.
Only use the front brake.
Only use the rear brake on slippery surfaces, such as wet pavement.
Only use the rear brake.
10.
How often should a motorcycle operator check their mirrors?
Never
Occasionally
Frequently
More often than the amount time spent looking ahead
11.
The center portion of a lane often contains an oily strip. This strip:
Is not safe for motorcyclists at any time.
Is usually safe for motorcyclists, unless it is raining.
Should always be avoided since other parts of the lane do not have the oily strip.
Adds to traction for most motorcycle tires.
12.
Of the following, which clothing item will not reduce injuries in a crash?
Heavy shoes
Full-length pants
Shorts
Full-fingered gloves
13.
Riding with a passenger:
Usually results in no difference in handling a motorcycle.
Is usually safe for beginning riders.
Can affect the handling of a motorcycle.
Is encouraged to get operators used to different riding situations.
14.
When riding in a lane of traffic, a motorcycle operator:
Should always ride in the same part of the lane.
Should vary their lane position according to riding conditions.
Should always ride in the center of the lane.
Should always ride in the left part of the lane.
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