Motorcycle Theory Test Case Study 1

The morning is clear and fine, but very cold. You're riding your motorcycle and using dipped headlights. There's an unmarked junction. You look over your right shoulder before turning right. Ahead, there's a dip in the road. Later, a school crossing patrol signals you to stop while children are crossing.

You have 10 minutes to answer 5 multiple choice questions based on the case study above. Read this carefully and make sure you understand the scenario before starting the test. You need to score 4 out of 5 to pass.

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A To help others see the road ahead
B To help you see other road users
C To help you see the road ahead
D To help you to be seen by others
Correct Answer: D To help you to be seen by others
Explanation:
A Because the junction is unmarked
B Because your indicators are flashing slowly
C Because your mirrors are broken
D Because your mirrors have blind spots
Correct Answer: D Because your mirrors have blind spots
Explanation:
A Getting cold and losing concentration
B Losing your way after turning right
C Running out of fuel
D Rushing to keep an appointment
Correct Answer: A Getting cold and losing concentration
Explanation:
A It would cause more wear on your tyres
B It would improve your brake function
C It would increase your fuel consumption
D It would obstruct your view of the road
Correct Answer: D It would obstruct your view of the road
Explanation:
A Park on the left and switch on your hazard warning lights
B Ride past, keeping within the speed limit
C Stop the engine and get off your motorcycle
D Stop your motorcycle and wait patiently
Correct Answer: D Stop your motorcycle and wait patiently
Explanation: