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. In which of the following situations should you not increase your following distance?
2. When pulling off to the side of the road, you must check to see
3. When you turn:
4. Tinted eye protection
5. When approaching a blind intersection with a stop line, you should stop first
6. In which of these situations would you use the engine cut-off switch?
7. When driving through a normal turn, you should
8. When riding behind a car, which lane position will keep you the most visible to the driver?
9. When following other motorcycles, what should be the minimum space cushion?
10. In slow, tight turns:
11. If you are riding in a staggered formation, you should switch to riding in pairs when
12. Your motorcycle chain should be checked
13. If you lock the rear brake on a surface with good traction
14. What is the most efficient way to know what is going on behind you?
15. Because cars merging onto the highway may not see you, you should
16. If you believe that your motorcycle has not triggered a light sensor while stopped at a traffic light, when can you proceed?
17. When preparing to enter the roadway from the roadside, how should you position your motorcycle?
18. When evaluating potential hazards, you should be looking for
19. When parked along the roadside, you should park
20. If you make eye contact with a driver at an intersection
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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.