Motorcycle Practice Test

Pass Your Test with DMV Cheat Sheets

Get answers, save time and pass your motorcycle written test the first time around. DMV Cheat Sheets also offers:

  • Steps to getting your license
  • 50 essential study-guide questions
  • Traffic signs and signals
Purchase a Motorcycle Written Test Cheatsheet

Before you can get a state-issued motorcycle license, you'll need to receive passing score on a written motorcycle knowledge test.

Benefits of Motorcycle Practice Tests

Here's how taking a few motorcycle practice tests before you head in for the written motorcycle knowledge test can benefit you:

  • You'll be less stressed on test day.
    • Familiarity with the format of the exam and the phrasing of the questions will give you comfort and confidence before you head in for the actual written exam.
  • It's a great way to find out what you know.
    • Motorcycle practice tests can help you determine how much of the information you've retained from studying your motorcycle license manual.
  • You'll save time and money.
    • A large percentage of first-time test takers don't pass the written motorcycle examination on the first attempt.
    • If you fail the motorcycle knowledge test, most states will require you to wait a predetermined number of days AND pay a fee before you can retest.
  • It'll make you safer on the road.
    • When you know the rules of the road like the back of your hand, you're less likely to get into an accident.

Test your knowledge today by taking our free practice test below OR a comprehensive motorcycle practice test from one of our trusted partners. Pretty soon you'll be able to get on your bike and ride!

Motorcycle License Practice Tests

100 Questions - Unlimited Motorcycle Practice Tests $14.99
50 Questions - Unlimited Motorcycle Practice Tests $9.99
50 Questions - Motorcycle Cheat Sheet $9.99

Free Motorcycle License Practice Test

1. In order for a motorcycle to be street legal, it must have:
2. You need to ride with extra safety precautions when the road:
3. If you should see a potential for an accident in front of you, you should:
4. To stop or slow your motorcycle down, you should:
5. A “wobble” can begin for many reasons, including load imbalance, under or over inflated tires, or mechanical trouble. If you experience a wobble, you should do all these things except:
6. The best lane position to take is:
7. When a driver of a vehicle is passing you, you should:




DMV.org BBB Business Review