Exam Questions
Exam Questions

Driving technique

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Question № 1

Id: 6555
points: 2

What may happen if you start moving and you release the clutch too abruptly?

    The front wheel will go up or the engine will stall.
    You will be thrust forward on the seat.
    The front wheel will have better traction.

Question № 2

Id: 6556
points: 2

Where is the neutral position most commonly found in motorcycles equipped with a manual gear box?

    Between each gear.
    Between the first and second gear.
    Between the fifth and fourth gear.

Question № 3

Id: 6557
points: 2

When riding a motorcycle, how can you achieve an engine braking effect?

    By reducing acceleration and not using the clutch.
    By pressing the clutch pedal.
    By engaging the neutral gear.

Question № 4

Id: 6558
points: 2

How will you brake on a wet surface?

    Using the front and rear brakes.
    By using the engine and my feet.
    By using the rear wheel brake.

Question № 5

Id: 6559
points: 2

What will happen if, while braking on a motorcycle, the anti-lock braking system is initiated (ABS)?

    This will help me to reduce the braking distance in all circumstances.
    This will help me to bypass obstacles without releasing the brake.
    The front wheel will skid.

Question № 6

Id: 6561
points: 2

How will you behave if you are engaged in an overtaking manoeuvre on a motorcycle?

    I will change the gear to a higher one in order to achieve better acceleration.
    I will set a speed that will allow me travel along the opposite lane for as long as possible.
    In the event of a potential danger, I will refrain from this manoeuvre.

Question № 7

Id: 6562
points: 2

What should you do before you carry a passenger on a motorcycle?

    I will reduce the stiffness of the suspension.
    I will instruct the passenger as to how he should behave on a motorcycle.
    I will reduce the air pressure in the tyres.

Question № 8

Id: 6563
points: 2

How should you brake on a wet surface?

    With the front and rear whee brakes.
    By using the engine and my feet.
    By using the rear wheel brake only.

Question № 9

Id: 6566
points: 2

What should you do before you carry a passenger on a moped?

    I will reduce the stiffness of the suspension.
    I will instruct the passenger how he should behave on a moped.
    I will reduce the air pressure in the tyres.

Question № 10

Id: 7569
points: 2

How should you respond to the side skidding of the front wheel when riding a motorcycle on a dirt road?

    Ballast the rear wheel by moving backward on the saddle.
    Balance the weight of your body and appropriately operate the throttle grip and the handlebars.
    Ballast the front wheel by moving forward on the saddle.

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