Arizona DMV Motorcycle Test

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

1. If you can't cross an obstacle straight on, you should cross at an angle of at least ____ degrees.
2. If the front brake locks, what should you do?
3. ____ helps you absorb shock when riding over obstacles.
4. When is it safe for two motorcycles to share a lane?
5. If your front tire fails while riding, you should ease off the throttle and
6. If an unexpected obstacle requires you to turn left quickly, you should
7. When riding on metal bridge gratings, the motorcycle might shake. the best course of action is to
8. When starting your motorcycle, your right wrist should be positioned
9. What is the most efficient way to know what is going on behind you?
10. It is safest to approach obstacles at a ____ angle.
11. How can you stabilize the motorcycle in slow, tight turns?
12. How can you initiate a swerve while riding a motorcycle?
13. Which of the following does not lessen your chances of being involved in a collision?
14. Where are a motorcycle's blind spots?
15. A wobble is likely to be made worse by
16. What does the right foot pedal control?
17. When can you be sure that another driver will yield to you?
18. All of the following are part of the upshifting process except
19. To avoid confusing other drivers you should:
20. When can a motorcycle park in a disabled parking spot?

Arizona DMV Motorcycle Test

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About Motorcycle Permit Practice Tests

To operate a motorcycle in Arizona, you must have a Class M license or an endorsement on your driver's license. Licenses are issued by the Department of Transportation (ADOT). The state offers a motorcycle instruction permit, Class M motorcycle license, a Class G graduated driver license (GDL) with an endorsement, and a Class D license with an endorsement. These licenses allow drivers to operate a motorcycle, motorbike, scooter, or moped. Minors must hold the motorcycle instruction permit for at least six months before applying for a license. At age 15 ½, you can apply for an instruction permit, and at age 16, you can apply for a Class M license or a Class G license with an endorsement. You can receive a Class D license with an endorsement at 18 or older.

To receive a motorcycle instruction permit, license, or endorsement, you must submit your documentation, pass the vision screening and written test, complete an application, and pay the fees. Minors applying for a license or endorsement also need to submit proof that they completed the required coursework and driving hours. Class M, G, and D licenses with an endorsement all require a motorcycle skills test.

Tests are scheduled through the Motor Vehicle Division (MVD). The written exam contains 30 questions about how to prepare to ride, vehicle control, and motorcycle safety. You must answer 24 of the questions correctly to pass. The motorcycle skills test is a 10-15 minute test demonstrating your ability to operate your motorcycle. You can attempt to pass the test three times before you must pay another application fee.