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1. How should you brake?
With the front brake only
With the rear brake only
With both brakes

Use both brakes every time you slow or stop.

2. Blind spots on motorcycles:
Are nothing to worry about.
Should be consistently checked by riders.
Don't exist if the motorcycle has a rearview mirror.

Just like any other vehicle, motorcycles have blind spots. A rider should always turn their head to check for traffic in their blind spot before changing lanes. It is a good idea for a rider to make head checks a part of their normal routine.

3. Improper braking:
Usually has no consequences.
Is a significant contributing factor to many motorcycle crashes.
Should not be a concern, since the motorcycle has two brakes.

Improper braking is a significant contributing factor to many motorcycle crashes. Using a proper braking technique is an important part of riding safely.

4. What type of footwear is the best for motorcycle riders?
Leather boots

Leather boots provide the best degree of protection when riding. They should be high and sturdy enough to cover and support your ankles.

5. Which colors are the best colors for motorcycle riders to wear?
Brown, gold, silver, and white
Blue, black, gray, and purple
Orange, red, yellow, and green

Bright oranges, reds, yellows, and greens are the best colors for motorcyclists to wear. These colors can help other road users see motorcyclists.

6. Of the following, it is most important to flash your brake light when:
Someone is following you too closely.
You will be slowing suddenly.
There is a stop sign ahead.

Because a motorcycle's brake light is not as noticeable as the brake lights of a car, it is usually a good idea to flash your brake light when slowing or stopping so others will be more likely to notice that you are decelerating. This is particularly important if you are slowing down more quickly than others might expect.

7. A person of legal drinking age is considered legally intoxicated with a minimum blood alcohol content (BAC) of:
.02 percent.
.08 percent.
.1 percent.

A person of legal drinking age is considered legally intoxicated with a minimum blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 percent. It is both illegal and dangerous to operate a motor vehicle while intoxicated.

8. There may be less traction available for braking when:
A motorcycle is leaning.
A motorcycle is straight up and down.
A motorcycle is on dry pavement.

Any time a motorcycle is leaning, such as in a turn or curve, there is less traction available for braking. Both brakes may still be used while a motorcycle is turning, but it must be done with great care.

9. The safest part of the lane:
Is always the left portion of the lane.
Is always the right portion of the lane.
Changes depending on the situation.

There is no single lane position that is always best and no single lane position that should always be avoided. Adjust your lane position as circumstances warrant.

10. To be effective, eye or face shield protection must:
Fasten securely.
Restrict your vision to the sides so you can focus on the road ahead.
Not allow eyeglasses or sunglasses to be worn.

To be effective, an eye or face shield must be free of scratches; be resistant to penetration; allow clear views to both sides; fasten securely; permit air to pass through to prevent fogging; and allow room for eyeglasses or sunglasses, if needed.

11. For motorcycle operators, helmets are:
Not required, but recommended.
Not recommended.

In Georgia, you are required to wear a U.S. Department of Transportation-compliant helmet any time you operate a motorcycle.

12. If you approach an uncontrolled intersection at the same time as another vehicle:
The vehicle on the left should yield to the vehicle on the right.
You should flash your headlight to signal that the other vehicle should proceed.
You should continue through the intersection and expect the other vehicle to stop.

If you approach an intersection that is not marked with signs or traffic lights at the same time as another driver, the driver on the left must yield to the driver on the right.

13. Riding gloves should be made of:
Any soft material.

To provide maximum grip and protection, riding gloves should be made of leather or a similar durable material.

14. A motorized scooter can:
Only be operated during the day.
Be operated without a driver license.
Be operated with any class of driver license.

In California, motorized scooter can be used by anyone possessing any class of driver license.

15. A plastic, shatter-resistant face shield:
Protects your face, but not your eyes.
Protects your eyes, but not your whole face.
Helps protect your whole face.

A plastic, shatter-resistant face shield provides maximum protection for your entire face, including your eyes, in the event of a crash. A windshield is not an adequate substitute.

16. Hearing protection:
Is not needed when the rider is wearing a helmet.
Is only recommended for long trips.
Should be used on all rides.

Exposure to engine and wind noise can damage your hearing, even if you are wearing a helmet. Wearing hearing protection while riding is always a good idea.

17. Whichever style of helmet you choose, you will get the most protection by ensuring that your helmet:
Fits snugly.
Is clean.
Looks cool.

You will get the maximum protection from your helmet if it meets U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and state standards, fits snugly all the way around, and has no obvious defects.

18. The best way to avoid fatigue when riding your motorcycle on a long trip is to:
Take frequent breaks to rest.
Ride as fast as possible.
Take artificial stimulants.

To avoid becoming fatigued when riding your motorcycle on a long trip, limit how much time is spent riding each day and take frequent rest breaks. Avoid the use of artificial stimulants because you may experience extreme fatigue when they start to wear off.

19. If your front wheel locks while you are stopping, you should:
Continue to apply the front brake.
Release the front brake and only use the rear brake.
Immediately release the front brake, then re-apply the brake firmly.

If your front wheel locks while you are making a quick stop, release the front brake immediately and then re-apply it firmly. Use both the front and rear brakes if you need to stop quickly.

20. Mirrors on motorcycles:
Have blind spots, just like cars.
Do not have blind spots because a motorcycle is usually smaller than a car
Are not required.

Motorcycles have blind spots, just like cars. You should always turn your head to check your blind spot before changing lanes.

21. When motorcyclists ride in a group:
Inexperienced riders should lead the group.
Inexperienced riders should be near the front of the group.
Inexperienced riders should be in the back of the group.

When traveling in a group, less experienced riders should be placed near the front of the group behind the leader. This way, more experienced riders can lead the way and watch the inexperienced riders at the same time.

22. As your motorcycle accelerates, you will need to:
Shift to a higher gear.
Shift to a lower gear.
Put the bike in neutral.

As your motorcycle accelerates, you will need to shift into a higher gear.

23. You should operate the engine cut-off switch and pull in the clutch when:
The throttle is stuck and you cannot free it.
You start to lose control in a curve.
The motorcycle starts to wobble.

If the throttle becomes stuck and you are unable to free it, immediately operate the engine cut-off switch and pull in the clutch at the same time. This will remove power from the rear wheel until you are able to safely leave the road and stop.

24. When riding during the day, you should:
Wear dark clothes since it is light outside.
Wear bright clothes so other motorists can see you better.
Be comfortable, wearing shorts if it is hot.

Most motorcycle crashes occur in broad daylight. To make yourself more visible to other drivers, you should always wear brightly-colored clothing when riding, even during the day.

25. When riding, your feet should be:
On the gas tank.
Hanging loosely.
On the footrests.

Your feet should remain on your footrests while riding to help you maintain proper balance.

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