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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. When you are being passed from behind, you should:
swerve as soon as you can.
avoid moving into the portion of the lane farthest from the passing vehicle.
ride on the shoulder of the road.
avoid riding in the center of the lane.
2. Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is influenced by:
your DUI.
how fast you drink.
how fast you travel.
your drinking experience.
3. What's the best way to discourage other vehicles from trying to share your lane?
Coming to a sudden stop without any sort of signal.
Increasing your speed.
Riding in the center lane position.
Turning on your high beam headlights.
4. The gearshift lever is located:
in front of the left footrest.
by the left handgrip.
in front of the right footrest.
by the right handgrip.
5. Passengers should get on the motorcycle:
after the motorcycle has stopped.
after the engine has been started.
before the engine has been started.
before the motorcyclist.
6. The front brake supplies __________ of the potential stopping power.
ride in the left lane position.
about 40%
about 70%
7. You can prevent and overcome fatigue on motorcycle rides by:
Limiting the length of your trip.
Protecting yourself from the elements.
Taking frequent rest breaks.
All of the above.
8. Your lane position should:
avoid surface hazards.
All the other answers are correct.
communicate your intentions.
increase your ability to see and be seen.
9. ______ helps you absorb shock when riding over obstacles.
Rising slightly off the seat
Rolling on the throttle
Pulling in the clutch
Using a higher gear
10. In slow tight turns, counterbalance the motorcycle by:
leaning in the opposite direction of the motorcycle.
keeping your body straight.
leaning forward.
leaning with the motorcycle.
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OR Motorcycle Test

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