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California Drivers License Practice Test 1 Class M

1. With a properly adjusted mirror, you can see:
  The lane beside you
  Everything behind and to the side of you
  Part of the lane beside you and behind you
2. To avoid confusing other drivers you should:
  Increase the following distance between your motorcycle and the vehicle in front of you if you are being tailgated.
  Make sure your turn signal turns off after you finish a turn.
  Use your horn only in emergency situations.
3. The best lane position for a motorcycle:
  Is in the left part of the lane, next to the center line.
  Is in the right part of the lane, next to the curb.
  Can vary depending on road and/or traffic conditions.
4. In slow, tight turns
  Lean the motorcycle only and keep your body straight
  Lean your body more than the motorcycle
  Do not lean
5. Alcohol enters the bloodstream and quickly reaches the brain. Which of the following is affected first?
  Speech
  Balance
  Judgment
6. To operate the throttle
  Start with your wrist flat
  Sit forward with arms straight
  Twist it forward and down for more power
7. In a normal turn, lean your
  Body more than your motorcycle
  Motorcycle more than your body
  Motorcycle and your body at the same angle
8. When riding at night you should:
  Move closer to the vehicle in front of you to use its lights to see farther down the road.
  Keep driving at your normal speed because slowing down would increase the chance of being struck from behind.
  Reduce your speed because it is harder to see something lying in the road.
9. If you have a flat tire while riding, hold the handle grips firmly and
  Use the brake of the good tire or avoid braking
  Gently apply both brakes
  Use only the brake that controls the flat tire
10. When riding with a group of motorcyclists, a staggered formation:
  Is recommended at all times.
  Should not be used when entering or exiting a highway.
  Should be used when riding on curves.