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Pennsylvania Motorcycle Permit Test

Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 20
Passing score: 16
Directions: To earn your license you must pass a knowledge test and a skills test. Questions on the test come from the Pennsylvania Motorcycle Operator Manual. The knowledge test includes questions on motorcycle safety, operating procedures and general driving knowledge .On the knowledge test, there are 20 questions. Each question has four possible answers. A score of at least 16 is required to pass the test. An on-cycle test will be conducted in an actual traffic environment or a controlled, off-street area. If the on-cycle test is taken on a motorcycle that is 5 brake horsepower or less, an “8” restriction will be placed on the license, prohibiting the person from operating a motorcycle with more than 5 brake horsepower. If the test is taken on a motorcycle with more than three wheels, a “9” restriction will appear on the license, which prohibits the operation of a two-wheeled motorcycle.There is a Spanish version of the motorcycle manual available, but the test cannot be taken in Spanish.
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1.
Most motorcycles:
Have only a front brake.
Have only a rear brake.
Have brakes in both the front and rear.
Have three brakes: one in the front, one in the rear, and an emergency brake.
2.
For greatest safety, your helmet should:
Fit tightly at the base and loosely at the top.
Fit loosely all the way around.
Fit snugly all the way around.
Be worn only on long rides.
3.
If you are riding behind a car, you should:
Stay in a lane position that makes you visible to the driver.
Always ride in the far left portion of the lane.
Not be concerned about your placement.
Always ride in the far right portion of the lane.
4.
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.
5.
Riding in the central lane position:
Keeps others from seeing you.
Is always the safest option when approaching intersections.
Discourages others from sharing your lane.
Should be avoided, if possible.
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