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To earn your motorcycle license in Utah, you must pass a knowledge test and on-cycle skill test. Knowledge test questions are based on the information from the Utah Motorcycle Manual. They require that you know and understand driving laws, road rules and safe riding practices, as well as information specific to two-wheeled vehicles. The written motorcycle test consists of 25 questions, and you'll need at least 20 correct answers to pass.
1. Because operation of a motorcycle is more tiring than the operation of a car, you should:
eat foods high in carbohydrate.
avoid drinking water.
take frequent breaks.
keep riding even if you are tired.
2. When changing lanes on a multi-lane road, always remember to check the lane next to you and:
the lane behind you.
the far lane.
the lane in front of you.
the rear brake.
3. When riding through an intersection, motorcycle riders must be especially aware of:
All the other answers are correct.
cars turning left into their path.
vehicles in the roundabout.
pedestrians crossing the road.
4. Wear ___________ clothing to increase your chances of being seen.
brightly-colored or reflective
5. When you carry loads, you should:
stop and check the load every so often.
All the other answers are correct.
distribute the load evenly.
fasten the load securely.
6. When negotiating a turn, motorcyclists should:
press on the handle grip in the direction of the turn.
reduce their speed before the turn by rolling off the throttle and, if necessary, applying both brakes.
roll on the throttle through the turn to stabilize suspension.
All the other answers are correct.
7. For precision steering, your hands should be positioned:
even with or below your elbows.
so you can lock the rear brake more easily.
so you can keep your arms straight.
above your elbows.
8. If you are chased by a dog:
kick it away.
approach the animal slowly, then speed up.
swerve around the animal.
stop until the animal loses interest.
9. What is the best lane position for being seen?
It depends on the situation
The left portion of the lane
The right portion of the lane
The center of the lane
10. At night it is harder for you to see and be seen. To compensate, you should:
use your low beam whenever you are not following or meeting a car.
decrease your following distance.
stay in the same lane position.
use the taillights of the car ahead.
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UT DMV Motorcycle Test

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