Vehicle/motorcycle handling questions

Traction control systems (TCS) are fitted to some motorcycles. What do they help to prevent?

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Braking too hard has caused both wheels to skid. What should you do?

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Your motorcycle doesn’t have linked brakes. What should you do when braking normally to a stop?

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You’re sitting on a stationary motorcycle and checking your riding position. What should you be able to do?

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It’s been raining after a long dry spell. How will this affect the road surface?

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Riding with the side stand down could cause you to crash. When is this most likely to happen?

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Your motorcycle doesn’t have linked brakes. In an emergency, what should you do to stop quickly?

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What will happen if you look down at the front wheel while riding?

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In normal riding conditions, how should you brake?

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Which of these will affect the stopping distance of your motorcycle?

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You’re on a motorway at night. In which situation may you have your headlights switched off?

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You have to park on the road in fog. What should you do?

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You’re riding on a wet road. What technique should you use when braking?

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You have to brake sharply and your motorcycle starts to skid. What should you do?

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On the road, what should be your normal riding position?

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Your motorcycle is parked on a two-way road. How should you get on the machine?

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How should you gain basic skills in motorcycle riding?

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What will happen if you ride with your clutch lever pulled in for longer than is necessary?

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What’s most likely to cause a motorcycle to skid?

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What safety measure should you take before starting a motorcycle engine?

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