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Use this motorcycle practice test question to prepare for the real written exam at the DMV or during your motorcycle safety course.
SIPDE is a risk management system that motorcyclists can use to make judgements while riding. What does the “P” in IPDE stand for?
- Pre-trip inspection.
Find the answer to this question and an explanation below.
This topic may show up on your motorcycle permit test.
The answer is: A. Predict.
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Explanation: Motorcycle Risk Assessment – SIPDE
In order to pass your motorcycle permit exams and to become a safe rider, it’s important to know why a particular answer on the motorcycle written test is correct.
SIPDE is a risk assessment strategy that can be used while driving a car or riding a motorcycle.
This strategy is used to identify and react to hazards and potential hazards as you encounter them on the road.
SIPDE stands for Search, Identify, Predict, Decide, and Execute.
It is very similar to the “SEE” strategy.
The “P” in SIPDE stands for Predict.
In this stage, riders should predict what may happen when you encounter a certain object or situation on the road after they’ve identified it.
After that, they’ll need to make a decision on how to handle the situation and execute on their decision.
You can find more information about this topic in the motorcycle rider’s handbook.
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