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Motorcycle Driving Test | Maine 2020

Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 40
Directions: To get a motorcycle driver license in Maine in 2020, you will need to pass an officially recognized exam. The number of questions contained in the exam test may differ from state to state. ME motorcycle license test 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 motorcycle permit rules in different states may vary. Please consider them before taking the exam. Worried about how to pass your motorcycle DMV permit test successfully? Train for FREE on our website and get the highest grades!
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1.
If your motorcycle begins to weave while you are riding over rain grooves or bridge gratings, you should:
Relax, maintain a steady speed, and ride straight across the surface.
Tighten your hold on the handle grips and increase your speed to get past the hazard.
Travel in a zigzag motion.
Ride on the shoulder instead of on the grooves.
2.
When changing lanes:
There is no need to do a head check if you use your mirrors.
Mirrors provide a full view of the road around your motorcycle.
You should turn your head and look over your shoulder.
You can assume drivers will properly respond to your turn signal.
3.
Because of their small size, motorcycles seem to be:
Traveling faster than they actually are.
Traveling more slowly than they actually are.
Not moving when they actually are.
Closer than they actually are.
4.
An approved helmet:
Allows the wearer to see as far to the sides as necessary.
Restricts the field of vision.
Is usually uncomfortable.
Does not have any markings or tags.
5.
The front brake supplies how much of a motorcycle's potential stopping power?
About 25 percent
About 50 percent
About 70 percent
100 percent
6.
As the motorcycle’s weight moves forward while braking, you:
Can apply the front brake harder.
Should lessen the amount of pressure on the front brake.
Can apply the rear brake harder.
Lose traction.
7.
Engine braking:
Should not be done because it damages the engine.
Is similar to using the brakes.
Makes a loud noise.
Is not reliable.
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