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Motorcycle Test: Practice Online | Maine 2020

Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 40
Directions: Getting a motorcycle license in Maine in 2020 requires passing an officially recognized exam. The number of questions contained in the exam test may differ from state to state. ME motorcycle test permit is aimed at checking your knowledge of road rules. To pass the exam, you must give right answers to most of the questions. Note that the requirements for a motorcycle license in different states may vary. Please consider them before taking the exam. Worried about how to pass your motorcycle drive test successfully? Practice for FREE on our website and get the highest grades!
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8.
Your primary source for information about your motorcycle should be:
The owner’s manual.
A book about motorcycles.
A former owner.
Someone knowledgeable about motorcycles.
9.
When riding in a group, inexperienced riders should position themselves:
Just behind the leader.
In front of the group.
At the tail end of the group.
Beside the leader.
10.
When being passed, do not move into the portion of the lane farthest from the passing vehicle because:
The passing vehicle may re-enter your lane too early.
You may prevent another vehicle from passing you.
The portion of the lane nearest the passing vehicle is better.
You are more likely to experience a wind blast from the passing vehicle on the far side of the lane.
11.
A pre-ride inspection should:
Only take a few minutes.
Take more than an hour.
Be complicated to perform.
Not be done before every ride.
12.
When riding in traffic, it is important to remember that motorcycles:
Are too small to have blind spots.
Have blind spots that are too small to cause any problems.
Have blind spots that require head checks.
Have only one blind spot.
13.
You’ll have a better chance of avoiding serious injury if you wear all of the following, except:
A DOT-approved helmet.
Face or eye protection.
Ear buds.
Protective clothing.
14.
Braking in a turn is:
Easier than braking on a straightaway.
More difficult than braking on a straightaway.
Done safely by using the front brake only.
Done safely by using the rear brake only.
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