Alaska DMV Motorcycle Test

Pass the Alaska Motorcycle Permit test the first time with FREE Alaska DMV Practice Tests. Study real motorcycle permit questions from the DMV handbook!.

1. When carrying cargo in saddlebags, you should
2. How often should you check the tires on your motorcycle?
3. The staggered formation is the best choice when
4. When you are preparing to pass a vehicle, your motorcycle should be positioned in ____ of the lane.
5. If you can't avoid riding on a slippery surface, how should you proceed?
6. The gearshift lever is located
7. Head checks while riding motorcycles
8. Because a motorcycle brake light is not as visible as the brake light on a car, you should
9. Before starting your motorcycle engine, your transmission should be in
10. Slippery surfaces can be even more dangerous if you are
11. When should the right of the lane position be avoided?
12. The center of the lane position is best for
13. If you believe that your motorcycle has not triggered a light sensor while stopped at a traffic light, when can you proceed?
14. When you park, which wheel should be touching the curb?
15. In slow turns, how can you help balance the motorcycle?
16. What does choosing the best lane position mean?
17. Which of the following is a hazard associated with passing a row of parked cars?
18. Which of the following increases safety when riding at night?
19. When riding with a passenger, how should you adjust your control of the motorcycle?
20. When carrying a passenger, your motorcycle will

Alaska DMV Motorcycle Test

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About Motorcycle Permit Practice Tests

To operate a motorcycle in Alaska, you must have a Class M license. Licenses are issued through the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV). The state offers a motorcycle instruction permit and three license levels. You can apply for an M1 (any motorcycle), M2 (motor bike, scooter, or moped), or M3 (three-wheeled motorcycle) license. Minors must hold the motorcycle instruction permit for at least six months before applying for a motorcycle license. At age 14, you can apply for a Class M2 license and at age 16, you can apply for a Class M1 or M3 license.

To receive a Class M permit or license, you must submit your documentation, pass the vision screening, complete a Form 478 application, and pay the fees. Minors will also need to complete Form 433. To fulfill the motorcycle license requirements, you can either take a motorcycle safety course or pass the required tests. You must be at least 14 to receive an instruction permit, and you must also pass the written motorcycle knowledge test and the written knowledge test. An M2 license requires these tests plus an on-cycle road test. For an M1 or M3 license, you will need to take the written motorcycle and road tests.

Tests are scheduled through your local DMV or an approved third-party vendor. The written motorcycle knowledge test contains 25 questions about motorcycle signaling, crossing, and changing lanes. You must answer 20 of the questions correctly to pass. The on-cycle test assesses your ability to operate your motorcycle safely. If you fail a test, you must wait one day to retake it.