Motorcycle License Test : Managing Distances and Spatial Orientations

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Example Question #1 : Managing Distances And Spatial Orientations

How many paths of travel does the average traffic lane provide for a motorcycle? 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

The average traffic lane can be broken into three distinct sections of travel for a motorcyclist: left, right, and center. These sections of a lane can be used to increase visibility or navigate away from hazards. It is important to note that the sections of the road closes to the center line and shoulder are areas where car tires traditionally travel. As a result these sections are typically free of automotive oil or fluids. These fluids and the convex shape of traffic lanes can result in the center portion of the lane to become slippery in wet conditions. 

Example Question #2 : Managing Distances And Spatial Orientations

Which of the following correctly identifies the minimum length of time motorcyclists need in order to maintain a safe distance from the vehicle ahead?

Possible Answers:

None of these

Correct answer:

Explanation:

It is recommended that motorcyclists maintain a minimum buffer of four seconds between themselves and the vehicle ahead of them. This provides the motorcyclist enough time to react to hazards or sudden stops.

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