Check this out....
I had gotten my motorcycle license in Wisconsin. When I officially changed all my stuff over to Illinois a few weeks ago I had to take car and bike written tests over. No sweat, right?
Car was fine - no problems there - maybe 2 wrong total.
Bike on the other hand...
Did you know that at a stop light you should be keeping both feet on the footpegs while stopped?
Did you know that for the most part the kill switch is on the left handlebar?
Did you know that you are supposed to strap heavy loads to the bike as far back as possible past the rear axle?
Did you know that the shift lever is on the right side and rear brake on the left?
Guess I didn't either - I tried arguing with the idiots but ended up having to take the test over. They wouldn't even come out to the parking lot to look at my motorcycle and see that the test was wrong. I pulled $100 out of my pocket and told the guy it was his if HE could stay at a standstill with his feet on the footpegs for the time of an average traffic light - he declined. They must've had the answer keys mixed up but they'd never admit it. Unbelievable...
Anyways, stay away from Midlothian, that's a sure way to fail the test.