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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 knowledge test is based on information in the Oregon Motorcycle Manual manual and the questions are multiple choice. The Oregon motorcycle test consists of 25 questions, and you 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. When you swerve, always:
brake after swerving.
brake before or after swerving.
brake while swerving.
brake before swerving.
2. Why is maintaining a space cushion important?
It gives you time to react.
It gives you time to correct your mistakes.
It gives you space to maneuver.
All of the above.
3. When behind a car, ride in _______________________ — where a driver is most likely to see you.
the center portion of the lane
the wet part of the lane
the left portion of the lane
the right portion of the lane
4. Before changing lanes on a multi-lane road, you should check:
your turn signal.
only the lane next to you.
the lane next to you and the far lane.
only the far lane.
5. Using ______ is the best way to fasten cargo to a motorcycle.
elastic cords
the sissy bar
strong rope
strips of cloth
6. When riding through a curve, the most effective lane position:
is the right of the lane position.
is any lane position as long as you maintain it.
will change throughout the curve.
is in the center of the lane position.
7. You can be sure another driver will yield to you when:
they are beginning to slow down.
you are legally entitled to the right-of-way.
You can never be sure a driver will yield to you.
they make eye contact with you.
8. While riding your motorcycle, you approach a crosswalk that a pedestrian has just entered. What should you do?
Stop and wait for the pedestrian to cross the road.
Proceed as long as you will not hit the pedestrian.
Proceed if the pedestrian is not in your lane.
Stop inside the crosswalk.
9. To help maintain balance in a turn, you should:
decrease or maintain your speed.
maintain or increase your speed.
drag your outside foot for support.
drag your inside foot for support.
10. Approach turns and curves with caution. Use these four steps for better control:
1. Roll 2. Slow 3. Look 4. Lean
1. Lean 2. Look 3. Slow 4. Roll
1. Look 2. Slow 3. Roll 4. Lean
1. Slow 2. Look 3. Lean 4. Roll
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OR DMV Motorcycle Test

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