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Minnesota Motorcycle Permit Test

Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 40
Passing score: 32
Directions: To obtain a motorcycle license in Minnesota, you must pass a knowledge test and on-cycle skills test. The knowledge test consists of 40 questions. There are four answer choices per question. A passing score is 32 or better. The knowledge test may be taken in Spanish. However, there is not a manual in Spanish.
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1.
Reflective clothing should:
Never be worn.
Be worn only during the day.
Be worn only at night.
Be worn day and night.
2.
Why should a load be placed low on a motorcycle?
If a load is too high, it raises the center of gravity.
If a load is too high, it may interfere with the turn signals.
It may be difficult to see over a load that is placed too high.
Others can't see your load if it is low.
3.
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.
4.
Which formation is best for keeping the riders in a group close together?
Pyramid
Staggered
Single-file
Compressed
5.
When it is obvious that you are going to turn, you:
Do not need to use a turn signal.
Should still use a turn signal.
Only need to use a turn signal if there are nearby pedestrians.
Only need to use a turn signal if you are at a stop light.
6.
When riding, the best protection for an operator is:
A cushion of space between their vehicle and other vehicles.
A good leather jacket.
Sturdy boots.
A good understanding of motorcycle laws.
7.
Which of the following is not a benefit of riding in a close group?
It takes up minimal space on the highway.
The group is easy to see.
The group is unlikely to be split up.
The riders will get to their destination more quickly in a close group than a group that is spread out.
8.
When riding in a group, inexperienced riders should ride:
In the front of the group.
Right behind the leader.
At the back of the group.
Wherever they are most comfortable.
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