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Motorcycle Theory Test Practice Questions 2017

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Mock Motorcycle Theory Test 2017

Q:1-Road signs are indicating a sharp bend coming up. How should you prepare?
Mark one answer:

Keep riding at the same speed
Slow down as you ride around the bend
Slow down before you reach the start of the bend
Stop before you reach the bend and look both ways

Hint:-You should always prepare in advance before cornering or going round bends. This means reduce your speed while travelling in a straight line, before you start taking the corner. [Section 5, “Hazard awareness”, The Official DVSA Theory Test For Motorcyclists.]


Q:2-Signs that give orders must be obeyed at all times. What do these signs usually look like?
Mark one answer:

Blue rectangles
Red circles
Red triangles
Blue circles

Hint:-Traffic signs with a red border are usually prohibitive. They tell you not to do something. Those with a blue circular border are telling you that you must take affirmative action and do something. [Section 11, “Road and traffic signs”, The Official DVSA Theory Test For Motorcyclists.]


Q:3-You are about to take a journey when you notice that it's snowing. What should you do?
Mark one answer:

STake a passenger
Think about whether you really need to make the journey
Have a drink of tea or coffee to warm you up
Plan a new route avoiding busy roads

Hint:-Snow can have an adverse effect on a bike's handling and stopping distances. Think about whether you can put the journey off until another day. [Section 5, “Hazard awareness”, The Official DVSA Theory Test For Motorcyclists.]


Q:4-void riding over it?
Mark one answer:

Pedestrians could step into the road
Buses may have left oil on the surface
The markings could affect your motorbike's handling
Only buses are allowed


Hint:-Buses may leave patches of oil after stopping and starting off from bus stops. Avoid bus stop zones if possible, to reduce the risk of skidding. [Section 8, “Road conditions and motorcycle handling”, The Official DVSA Theory Test For Motorcyclists.]


Q:5-What does a road sign with a brown background indicate?
Mark one answer:

Minor route ahead
Primary route in this direction
Tourist destination
Motorway ahead

Hint:-A brown background to sign indicates that it is showing the recommended route to a tourist destination. [Section 11, “Road and traffic signs”, The Official DVSA Theory Test For Motorcyclists.]


Q:6-The traffic lights are not working. Who has priority?
Mark one answer:

Vehicles signalling left
Whoever gets there first
Nobody has priority
Vehicles moving straight ahead

Hint:-Nobody has right of way if the traffic signals are not working. Look both ways and ride on cautiously when it's safe to do so. Be prepared to stop if required. [Section 10, “Rules of the road”, The Official DVSA Theory Test For Motorcyclists.]


Q:7-Why is it a good idea to wear fluorescent clothing even in daylight?
Mark one answer:

It has a cooling effect in warm weather
It helps other road users see you
It can reduce wind resistance
It keeps you safe if you have a road traffic incident

Hint:-Greater road visibility leads to greater road safety. Studies show that fluorescent clothing makes a motorbike rider more visible, even during daylight hours. [Section 8, “Road conditions and motorcycle handling”, The Official DVSA Theory Test For Motorcyclists.]


Q:8-What is the overall stopping distance for a motorbike travelling at 40 mph? The road surface is good, and the brakes and tyres are in good condition.
Mark one answer:

36 metres
23 metres
53 metres
96 metres

Hint:-The typical stopping distance at 40 miles per hour is 36 metres, or 120 feet. This is made up of 12 metres thinking time followed by 24 metres braking time. Always plan well ahead. [Section 4, “Safety margins”, The Official DVSA Theory Test For Motorcyclists.]


Q:9-Which of these actions can cause your tyres to lose grip, resulting in a skid?
Mark one answer:

Braking heavily
Riding one handed
Giving a hand signal at a junction
Looking over your shoulder

Hint:-Heavy braking can reduce the amount of grip your tyres have on the road, resulting in skidding. Look ahead, be aware of dangers, and brake smoothly and in time. [Section 4, “Safety margins”, The Official DVSA Theory Test For Motorcyclists.]


Q:10-You reach a traffic light which is at green. When should you not proceed?
Mark one answer:

When you think the light may soon be about to change
If you are going to be turning right
If your route is blocked
If a pedestrian is looking to cross the road

Hint:-A green light is your signal to proceed, but if the way ahead is blocked then you must wait at the stop line until it becomes clear, even if it means you have to wait for the traffic signal to go through the sequence and become green again. Do not block the road ahead. [Section 10, “Rules of the road”, The Official DVSA Theory Test For Motorcyclists.]


Q:11-What does the solid white line at the side of the road indicate?
Mark one answer:

Traffic lights ahead
Edge of the carriageway
Footpath on the left
Cycle path