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Question 1
You notice that the braking system of your motor-cycle does not work efficiently. What should you do?
  • Ask the help of a friend who occasionally undertakes such task.
  • Repair it by yourself.
  • Refer to a repair workshop that operates legally for the repair and check of its proper function.
Question 2
You are riding behind a long vehicle. Ahead of you there is a mini roundabout. The leading vehicle has its right indicator on, however, it is taking up a position on the left side of the road. You should:
  • Sound the horn.
  • Flash your lights.
  • Stay behind it until it finishes its manoeuvres.
  • Overtake it on the right.
Question 3
How should you show with your hands that you wish to turn left?
  • Extending stably your right arm.
  • Moving up and down your extended right arm.
  • Moving up and down your extended left arm.
  • Extending stably and to the side your left arm.
Question 4
Which is the vertical allowance (moving free up and down) that the chain which transfers the motion from the engine to the wheel of the motor-cycle must have, if examined in the middle of the distance between the engine and the wheel?
  • 4-5 cm.
  • It must be very tight.
  • 2-3 cm.
Question 5
Which type of igniter (sparking plug) should you use in your motor-cycle?
  • The same or an equivalent type to that determined by the manufacturer.
  • Any type, provided it has been screwed properly.
  • The type recommended by your friend motor-cyclist.
Question 6
Riding your motor-cycle you are approaching a crossroad where the traffic light is red. There is a pedestrian crossing ahead. Where should you stop in order to wait until the light becomes green?
  • Just after the pedestrian crossing.
  • On the pedestrian crossing.
  • Just before the pedestrian crossing.
Question 7
A two-wheeled motor-cycle with an engine of 80 cc is moving in a motor-way. Which is the maximum permissible speed limit at which it can move?
  • 45 km/h.
  • 80 km/h.
  • 100 km/h.
Question 8
The chain of your motor-cycle needs periodical lubrication:
  • No, because thus it may come off the gears and immobilise the rear wheel.
  • No, because the engine takes care of its lubrication.
  • Yes, because thus wears are reduced and the temperature of both the chain and transmission gears falls.
Question 9
A two-wheeled motor-cycle with an engine of 120 cc is moving in an expressway. Which is the maximum speed limit at which it is permitted to move?
  • 110 km/h.
  • 80 km/h.
  • 90 km/h.
Question 10
The shock absorbers of your motor-cycle present an oil leak. What should you do?
  • You should not worry immediately, because they have enough oil and it will take some time until they are damaged due to the lack of oil.
  • Ensure that the oil does not reach the brakes or wheels and repair immediately the leak, because the performance of the motor-cycle changes.
  • Ensure that the oil does not reach the brakes or wheels.
Time 15'