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Connecticut DMV Motorcycle Practice Test 2019

(From the 2019 Connecticut Motorcycle Manual)
Number of tests: 1
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 75

Directions: To get a motorcycle license in Connecticut, you must pass a knowledge test. The Connecticut Knowledge test consists of 16 questions. You must score 75% to pass that test. The following questions are based on the details provided in the Connecticut Motorcycle Manual. If you need additional information, please contact your local DMV office. You can find your nearest DMV office at Connecticut DMV locations.

You have made 2 errors so far.
1. The only way to rid your body of alcohol is through:
  • Exercising

  • Time

  • Drinking coffee

  • Taking a cold shower

2. To lessen a chance of a crash, you should do all of the following except:
  • Be visible

  • Communicate your intentions

  • Be prepared to act

  • Hope another driver sees you

3. Why should you use your mirrors while stopped at an intersection?
  • To watch for vehicles behind you that may not be slowing down

  • To see if someone is planning to turn behind you

  • To look for vehicle switching lanes

  • To see if vehicles parked on the side may be entering traffic

4. Passengers should:
  • Sit as far back as possible

  • Lean as you lean

  • Never hold onto you

  • Hold on to the motorcycle seat

5. When driving in traffic, it is important to remember that motorcycles:
  • Have blind spots, but since you are moving, the blind spots are minimal

  • Have blind spots that require a head check

  • Are too small to have blind spots

  • Have blind spots, but they are so small they don’t cause any problems

6. When following behind another vehicle and you are in the far right portion of the lane:
  • This is the location most drivers would assume a motorcycle would ride in

  • You may not be seen since the driver would need to use a side mirror

  • You are likely in the best position to be seen

  • You discourage other drivers from sharing the lane