FREE ABU DHABI MOTORCYCLE THEORY TEST 01

This practice theory test for motorcyclists and moped riders is provided so you can see how the Abu Dhabi motorcycle theory test works. Updated 2019 from RTA official motorcycle handbook. It’s all Free! Over 50 questions and answers.

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Abu Dhabi Motorcycle 1

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If you're feeling unwell before riding, you should...?

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If you are making a U-turn, you must be able to see...?

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Why do you need a gap between you and the vehicle in front?

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If you develop a condition like diabetes or epilepsy after getting a license, you must...?

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How much space should you leave between you and the vehicle in front when riding?

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You can be sure a road user has seen you...?

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When riding, you should monitor the road by...?

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As you lean your bike into a corner, your eyeline should be...?

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In the first few months after starting to ride, you are how much more likely to be involved in a crash?

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When preparing for a turn, you should...?

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Which of these is most noticeable for other drivers at night?

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You can help avoid dehydration when riding by...?

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You should use your indicators...?

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Which of these colors are best for being seen on the road?

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You have right of way to an intersection, you should assume...?

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Drinking alcohol when riding affects...?

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When riding in the daytime, you should have your headlight...?

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In general riding, you should position yourself...?

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Which of these can negatively affect your riding?

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As you ride, you should be looking at...?

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When riding in traffic, you should ride...?

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You should use your horn to...?

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You want the driver of the vehicle in front of the able to see you in...?

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When you pull out from the curb, you should position your bike so that you can see...?

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Where do most collisions between bikes and other vehicles occur?

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