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To get an unrestricted motorcycle endorsement in Oregon, you must take a vision test and the DMV motorcycle knowledge test. You must also have a valid (or expired less than one year) motorcycle instruction permit or present a Team Oregon Basic Rider Training course completion card. The OR DMV knowledge test is based on the information in the Oregon Motorcycle Manual manual and the questions are multiple choice. The Oregon motorcycle test consists of 25 questions, and you'll need at least 20 correct answers to pass (80%). If you have a valid motorcycle endorsement from another state, you are not required to take the motorcycle knowledge or skills tests.
1. Wobbling can be caused by:
lower tire pressure.
All the other answers are correct.
defective wheel alignment.
improperly loading your bike.
2. Motorcycle riders can improve their riding strategy by using the "SIPDE" process. SIPDE stands for:
Scan, identify, proceed, direct, execute
Scan, identify, predict, decide, execute
See, identify, predict, decide, examine
See, identify, process, detect, execute
3. If railroad tracks run parallel to your lane and you need to cross them, you should:
cross the tracks at an angle of 180 degrees.
cross the tracks at an angle of at least 90 degrees.
cross the tracks at an angle of at least 45 degrees.
edge across the tracks.
4. While riding a motorcycle, you are considered legally intoxicated if:
you have a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08% or more.
you have had at least one drink.
you have a blood alcohol concentration of 0.05% or more.
you had one drink and are over the age of 21.
5. When riding at night you should:
use your low beam.
decrease your following distance.
increase your speed.
increase the following distance.
6. The front brake is operated by:
the left-foot pedal.
the right-hand lever.
the right-foot pedal.
the left-hand lever.
7. A motorcycle passenger should:
sit as far back as possible.
lean in the opposite direction of the motorcycle.
keep both feet on the pegs, even when the motorcycle is stopped.
hang on to the rider's arms.
8. When riding with a passenger:
your motorcycle will take longer to stop.
you are not allowed carry cargo.
your stopping distance will decrease.
you are not permitted to pass other vehicles.
9. Before riding, position yourself comfortably and sit far enough forward so that your arms are:
slightly bent when you hold the handgrips.
bent at a 120-degree angle.
stretched out.
10. Before changing lanes:
Check your mirrors.
Check your blind spots.
Look over your shoulder.
All of the above.
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OR Motorcycle Test

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