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Safe riding requires knowledge and skill. All persons requesting a Florida motorcycle endorsement are required to complete a basic motorcycle safety education course before obtaining a motorcycle endorsement or "Motorcycle Only" license. A person who successfully completes the Florida Motorcycle Rider Course shall be issued an endorsement if he or she is licensed to drive another type of motor vehicle. This test consists of 25 questions from the Florida Motorcycle Handbook, and you'll need 20 correct answers to pass (80%).
1. When you are being passed from behind, avoid being hit by:
objects thrown from windows.
blasts of wind from larger vehicles.
extended side mirrors.
All of the above.
2. Approach turns and curves with caution. Use these four steps for better control:
1. Look 2. Slow 3. Roll 4. Lean
1. Lean 2. Look 3. Slow 4. Roll
1. Slow 2. Look 3. Lean 4. Roll
1. Roll 2. Slow 3. Look 4. Lean
3. When you make a turn you should:
look through the turn to where you want to go.
roll on the throttle through the turn.
All the other answers are correct.
maintain steady speed or accelerate gradually.
4. When passing a truck, it is important to:
always sound your horn when riding alongside the vehicle.
avoid slowing down suddenly when you merge back in front of the vehicle.
flash your headlight.
All the other answers are correct.
5. Motorcycles riders should avoid riding on big buildups of oil and grease usually found:
on multilane highways
on slippery surfaces
at busy intersections
on gravel roads
6. Surfaces that provide poor traction include:
wet leaves.
manhole covers.
steel plates.
All of the above.
7. Motorcycle passengers must have their own:
seat.
footrests.
helmet.
All of the above.
8. Eye protection:
is only needed when riding in bad weather.
is only needed if your motorcycle is not equipped with a windshield.
None of the other answers is correct.
should give a clear view to either side.
9. If your motorcycle starts to wobble, you should:
fight the wobble.
grip the handlebars firmly and roll off the throttle.
try to accelerate out of the wobble.
apply the brakes.
10. In potential high-risk areas, such as intersections and school zones, motorcycle riders should:
pull in the clutch.
skim your feet along the ground.
cover the clutch and the brake.
reduce the following distance.
 
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FL Motorcycle Test

Number of questions: 25
Correct answers to pass:20
Passing score:80%
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