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Washington DC DMV Motorcycle Practice Test 7 2019

(From the 2019 Washington DC Motorcycle Manual)
Number of tests: 7
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 80

Directions: To get a motorcycle license in Washington DC, you must pass a knowledge test. The Washington DC Knowledge test consists of 25 questions. You must score 80% to pass that test. The following questions are based on the details provided in the Washington DC Motorcycle Manual. If you need additional information, please contact your local DMV office. You can find your nearest DMV office at Washington DC DMV locations.

You have made 2 errors so far.
1. Anti-lock braking systems are designed to:
  • Prevent brakes from activating if the roadway is dry

  • Warn you when your brake pad needs replacing

  • Apply brakes automatically

  • Prevent wheel lock-up and skids

2. When entering a curve, a group should:
  • Use a staggered formation

  • Pair up

  • Use a single-file formation

  • Drive on the shoulder

3. A linked braking system:
  • Connects the rear brake to a foot control to make it easier to brake

  • Connects the front and rear brakes, and when one brake is used, applies braking pressure to both brakes

  • Connects the front brake to the gear shifter, so when it is downshifted, the brake is applied

  • Connects the brake to a switch on the handlebar

4. When riding a motorcycle, the following applies to footwear:
  • Heels should be long

  • Sneakers are the best footwear

  • Heels should be short

  • Long laces are acceptable

5. When looking where you want to go in a turn, you should:
  • Turn just your head, not your shoulders

  • Only move your eyes, so your head remains straight

  • Turn both your head and your shoulders to get a betterlook

  • Use only your mirrors and not turn your head

6. Your lane position should:
  • Hide your intentions from other drivers

  • Protect your lane from other drivers

  • Allow you a nice view of scenery

  • Place you in other drivers’ blind spots