Vermont Motorcycle Permit Test

Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 20
Directions: To obtain a motorcycle license in Vermont, you must pass a knowledge test and on-cycle skills test. The knowledge test consists of 25 questions from the Vermont Motorcycle and Motor Driven Cycle Periodic Inspection Manual. Each question has four answer choices. To pass you must receive a score of 20 or better. There is no motorcycle manual in Spanish. However, the test may be taken in Spanish.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
5 or fewer errors
When alongside a vehicle and in its blind spot, you should:
Pull over to the shoulder
Stay where you are and the driver will likely see you
Slow down until you are out of the blind area
Wave at the other driver to get their attention
What is a potential danger of over-braking?
Losing traction on one or both wheels?
Not providing drivers behind you enough time to stop
Taking too long to stop
Coming to a complete stop before you thought you would
Before changing lanes,
There is no need to do a head check if the driver uses their mirrors
Mirrors provide a full view of the road around the motorcycle
Drivers should turn their head since motorcycles have blind spots
As long as the turn signal was used, there is no need to turn your head to check for other vehicles
Hearing protection is:
Needed in addition to a helmet
Only needed on windy days
Not needed if you have a passenger
Not needed if you wear a helmet
If hazards are on your left, where in the lane should you ride?
In the right portion of the lane
In the left portion of the lane
You should always ride in the center of the lane
It doesn’t matter since the motorcycle is smaller than other vehicles
What does moving to the farthest portion of the lane from a vehicle that is attempting to pass you do?
Encourages them to cut into your lane too early
Encourages the other driver to complete the pass as quickly as possible
Discourages them from cutting into your lane too early
Encourages other drivers to pass you