FREE MSF Skills Questions and Answers

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The ideal method for swerving is to

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Pressing the handlegrip on the side of the vehicle is the best way to swerve."" The motorcycle will tilt rapidly in the desired direction if you swerve in that direction. You should never brake and swerve simultaneously since this increases the chance of a skid.

When someone passes you behind,

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Keep to the center of your lane when someone is passing you from behind. You could endanger yourself if you ride near the passing car.

Which of the following statements is NOT true about how likely you are to be in an accident?

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Although it will assist protect you in the event of an accident, wearing protective gear does not reduce your odds of getting into one.

When crossing railroad tracks that are parallel to your path, you should do so at a minimum of

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When crossing railroad lines, it is usually safest to stay in your lane. It can be riskier to turn to take tracks directly (at a 90-degree angle) since you might end up in another traffic lane. Move far enough away to cross tracks that run parallel to your course at an angle of at least 45 degrees. You could get your tires caught on the tracks if the angle is smaller.

Which motorcycle lane positions are the safest?

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There is never a perfect lane location for visibility and keeping a spacing cushion. Also, there's no need to constantly avoid lane positions. Each of them has a purpose. When traffic conditions change, a skilled rider adjusts their lane position.

Which kind of brakes works the best on a slick surface?

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Unless one of your tires is flat, you should always engage both the front and rear brakes when stopping. Use only the opposite tire's brake if one of the tires is flat.

How can the utmost stopping power be attained?

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Applying the brakes to both the front and rear wheels without locking either of them will provide the greatest stopping power.

When is it permissible to drive a motorcycle between two lanes of traffic?

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To navigate properly, a motorcycle requires the entire lane to itself. It is never appropriate to ride a motorcycle between traffic lanes, even if it appears to be space. Currently, only California allows riders to legally transition between lanes of traffic, a practice known as lane splitting.

The ideal route around a curve

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Each curve is unique. It's possible that the ideal route around a curve doesn't follow the road's curvature. To assist you, adjust your lane position as necessary.

It is recommended that two or more motorcycle riders ride in the same lane together.

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A staggered arrangement helps riders to keep near to each other when they are riding in the same lane as two or more motorcycles. Pairing up is dangerous since each motorcycle may use the entire lane to maneuver properly while keeping a spacing cushion.

The best course of action to stop your motorcycle if it begins to wobble is to

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The best approach to halt a wobbling motorcycle is to gently close the throttle. It may get worse if you try to speed out of the wobble or apply the brakes.

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