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To add an endorsement to your license in Washington State, you must pass both a knowledge and a skills test. Knowledge test questions are based on the information from the Washington State 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. By "choosing the best lane position" you:
are not in a blind spot.
maximize the space cushion around you.
are avoiding hazards.
All of the above.
2. When you ride a curve, the most effective lane position:
is any lane position as long as you maintain it.
will change throughout the curve.
is the center lane position.
is the right lane position.
3. The front brake is operated by:
the left-foot pedal.
the left-hand lever.
the right-hand lever.
the right-foot pedal.
4. Knowing when and how to stop or swerve are two critical skills in avoiding a crash. Most riders involved in a crash:
underbrake the front tire and overbrake the rear.
overbrake the rear tire and pull in the clutch.
underbrake the rear tire and overbrake the front.
separate braking from swerving.
5. A group of motorcycle riders should ride in a staggered formation:
when passing trucks.
when merging onto a freeway.
on long stretches of road.
on narrow roads.
6. To swerve correctly:
Press the handgrip in the opposite direction of the turn.
Turn the handlebars quickly.
Shift your weight quickly.
Press the handgrip in the direction of the turn.
7. When traveling behind a car, ride ______, where the driver is most likely to see you.
in the driver's blind spot
in the left part of the lane
in the right part of the lane
in the center portion of the lane
8. You should ______ while stopped at intersections.
remain in neutral
remain in second gear
remain in third gear
remain in first gear
9. When riding long distances, you should stop and get off the motorcycle at least every:
four hours.
round trip.
30 miles.
two hours.
10. When you ride with other motorcyclists, you should:
check your mirrors frequently.
keep your distance.
keep the group small.
All of the above.
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WA 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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