Free Motorcycle Practice Test

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Practice Motorcycle Knowledge Exam

Take this free motorcycle practice test to prepare for your DMV knowledge exam.

You’ll receive instant feedback on your answers. Click “Restart” or refresh the page to load a new set of practice questions.

Use this free motorcycle practice test to test your knowledge and prepare for the written test you’ll need to pass in order to receive your motorcycle license.

Refresh the page or restart the quiz to take it as many times as you like – you’ll receive a new set of questions each try.

Regardless of whether your state requires you to take your motorcycle written test at the DMV or if it allows you to waive the DMV test with a motorcycle safety course, you still need to pass a knowledge exam.

If your state DMV allows you to complete rider’s education to skip your written knowledge exam, you’ll still be taking a written test as part of the classroom portion of the course.

Some states allow you to complete a rider education course to skip the skills test, but still require you to pass the written test at the DMV.

Everything you’ll need to know in order to pass the motorcycle knowledge test is found in your state’s motorcycle operator manual or will be covered in the classroom training part of your rider education course.

Most of the motorcycle written exam will cover scenarios regarding traffic safety, bike operation and maintenance, and rider safety. Topics you’ll find in the motorcycle operator manual include:

  • Preparing to Ride – gear, motorcycle inspections, rider responsibilities.
  • Riding within Your Abilities – control, following distance, spotting hazards, dangerous situations, group riding.
  • Being in Shape to Ride – alcohol and drugs, reducing risks.
  • Earning your license – process and requirements.
  • Hand signals.
  • Pre-ride checklist.
  • State specific motorcycle laws and regulations.

The test will include a mix of multiple choice and/or true/false responses. Remember, there’s always only going to be one correct answer. If you are unsure, go for the answer that results in the safest outcome.

State Motorcycle Written Test Details

Find your state below to see how many questions are on the motorcycle knowledge exam, what score you’ll need to pass, and whether or not completion of a motorcycle rider education course will waive your written test requirements.

State NameNumber of QuestionsPassing ScoreDoes Rider Education Waive the Written Test?
Alabama3024 (80%)Yes
Alaska2520 (80%)Yes
Arizona3025 (83%)Yes
Arkansas2520 (80%)No
California3024 (80%)No
Colorado2521 (84%)Yes
Connecticut1612 (75%)No
Delaware2520 (80%)Yes
Florida2520 (80%)Yes
Georgia2015 (75%)Yes
Hawaii2520 (80%)No
Idaho2520 (80%)No
Illinois1512 (80%)Yes
Indiana2521 (84%)Yes
Iowa2520 (80%)No
Kansas2520 (80%)Yes
Kentucky3024 (80%)No
Louisiana2520 (80%)Yes
Maine2520 (80%)Yes
Maryland2521 (84%)Yes
Massachusetts2518 (72%)No
Michigan2016 (80%)Yes
Minnesota4032 (80%)No
Mississippi2520 (80%)No
Missouri2520 (80%)Yes
Montana2520 (80%)No
Nebraska2520 (80%)Yes
Nevada2520 (80%)Yes
New Hampshire2520 (80%)Yes
New Jersey5040 (80%)Yes
New Mexico2520 (80%)Yes
New York2014 (70%)No
North Carolina3729 (78%)Yes
North Dakota2520 (80%)No
Ohio4030 (75%)No
Oklahoma2520 (80%)Yes
Oregon3528 (80%)Yes
Pennsylvania2016 (80%)No
Rhode Island2520 (80%)Yes
South Carolina3024 (80%)No
South Dakota2519 (76%)Yes
Tennessee3024 (80%)Yes
Texas2016 (80%)Yes
Utah2520 (80%)No
Vermont2520 (80%)Yes
Virginia2520 (80%)Yes
Washington2520 (80%)Yes
Washington DC2520 (80%)No
West Virginia2519 (76%)No
Wisconsin2520 (80%)Yes
Wyoming2520 (80%)Yes

State Motorcycle Rider’s Handbooks

Below you’ll find a link to the PDF version of your state’s motorcycle operator manual. Some states use their own, while others use a version of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s manual.

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