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ARIZONA DMV MOTORCYCLE LICENSE TEST

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To get an Arizona driver's license, applicants must pass a knowledge exam. The DMV written test covers the information found in the Arizona DMV Driver License Manual, and includes questions on road rules, road signs, traffic laws, and safe driving practices. The AZ DMV written test consists of 30 questions. To pass the AZ DMV test, you must correctly answer at least 25 questions (83%). Practice with this sample test to familiarize yourself with the format of the Arizona DMV driver's license test.
1. How can you avoid riding in a blind spot of another vehicle?
Only ride in the left lane position.
Find a place without traffic on either side.
Ride faster than the speed limit.
Ride at the same speed as the vehicles you are beside.
2. The best way to combat fatigue while riding is to:
stop at least every two hours.
avoid wearing a helmet.
consume lots of water.
drink energy drinks.
3. If your motorcycle begins to wobble, it is important NOT to:
accelerate out of the wobble.
adjust your weight.
grip the handlebars tightly.
close the throttle.
4. The fastest way to stop is to:
apply both brakes firmly.
apply the front brake quickly.
pull the engine kill switch.
use the rear brake only.
5. As you approach an obstacle that you will need to ride over, you should:
maintain the same speed.
slow down as much as possible.
come to a complete stop.
speed up.
6. When should your motorcycle side mirrors be adjusted?
At the first stop after you start driving
Before you start driving
The mirrors are not adjustable.
While you are driving
7. When conducting the "evaluate" step of the SEE procedure, what are you looking for?
Vehicles that may move into your path
Traffic markings and signals
Possibly hazardous road conditions
All of the above.
8. The greatest chance of a collision with another vehicle is:
at an intersection.
on a hill.
on a curve.
in a parking lot.
9. When is it safe for you to ride side-by-side with another motorcycle?
Never
On single lane roads only
On straight highways
On multi-lane roads
10. When riding in traffic, a rider must not share the same lane with cars or other vehicles because:
you can face a sudden wind blast
most of the roads are narrowed
cars and motorcycles need a full lane to operate safely
car drivers may not allow you to share the same lane
 
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AZ DMV Motorcycle Test

Number of questions: 30
Correct answers to pass:25
Passing score:83%
Number of questions: 30
Correct answers to pass:25
Passing score:83%
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