Motorcycle Manual in Oregon
You'll find a great deal of valuable information in your Oregon motorcycle manual. You'll learn about topics such as preparing to ride, safe riding practices, and steps to get your motorcycle license.
The Oregon Motorcycle & Moped Manual (Form 735-6367), provided by the Oregon Department of Transportation, serves as a comprehensive for both new and experienced motorcycle and moped operators in the state of Oregon.
The DOT motorcycle manual is full of information that will help you get your motorcycle license and become a safe rider.
Your OR motorcycle manual will go over all you need as you prepare to ride your motorcycle. This includes:
- Proper motorcycle attire.
- Motorcycle controls.
As much as you need to know how to safely operate your motorcycle or moped, you need to know what to wear while you do. Proper gear is extremely important, as you don't have the same protection you would in a passenger vehicle. Should you get in an accident, your attire can mean the difference between life and death.
The manual will teach you the following:
- The right attire to wear while riding.
- How to choose an appropriate helmet.
- The importance of wearing eye and face protection.
As a motorcycle rider, it's extremely important to understand your bike's controls for safe operation.
The OR motorcycle and moped manual will review these controls and go over the following:
- The types of motorcycle controls.
- How to check the controls prior to operating your vehicle.
The ND Motorcycle manual will also inform you about the many situations that are unique to riding a motorcycle. You'll learn all about guidelines for safe vehicle operation, and this information will be the basis for your written knowledge test when you get your motorcycle license.
These topics include but are not limited to:
- Body position.
- Head checks.
- Communicating with other drivers.
- Lane sharing.
The OR motorcycle and moped manual will provide you with the steps to take to get your motorcycle license, including:
- Written knowledge test.
- Motorcycle road skills test.
For more information, you can check our Motorcycle License in Oregon page.
As mentioned above, you must take a written test to get a motorcycle license in Oregon. Once you pass this exam, you can take your road skills test to get your license.
The written test is based on information from the motorcycle manual. Although studying the motorcycle manual is highly recommended, taking practice tests in addition to reading the manual will ensure you pass on your first try. A practice tests is designed to help you test yourself on an exam that resembles what you'll see on the actual day you take your test.
Here's an example of a question you might see on your practice test:
Q. Usually, the best way to handle tailgaters is to:
A. Change lanes & let them pass.
B. Use your horn & make obscene gestures.
C. Speed up to put distance between you & the tailgater.
D. Ignore them.
For more details refer to our DMV Practice Tests in Oregon page.