Connecticut DMV Motorcycle Test

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

1. Generally, the best lane position for being seen
2. Which of the following is a factor in your blood alcohol level?
3. The best way to cross unavoidable obstacles on the road is to
4. Help balance your motorcycle while turning by
5. It is safest to approach obstacles at a ____ angle.
6. How can you avoid riding in the blind spot of another vehicle?
7. What is the best way to identify bumps in the road when driving at night?
8. Where are a motorcycle's blind spots?
9. How can you warn the driver behind you that you are about to slow down?
10. When carrying a passenger, instruct them to
11. Changing your lane position can
12. How do you achieve maximum straight-line braking?
13. When riding on an uneven surface, you can absorb more shock by
14. When riding in a group, who is setting the pace of the group?
15. When approaching an intersection, the best way to reduce your reaction time is to
16. The best path through a curve
17. The most effective lane position should
18. When should you only use the front brakes?
19. After as few as ____ alcoholic drink(s), your ability to ride can be affected.
20. When should you adjust your mirrors?

Connecticut DMV Motorcycle Test

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About Motorcycle Permit Practice Tests

To operate a motorcycle in Connecticut, you must have a motorcycle endorsement on your license. Licenses and endorsements are issued through the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV). There are two different types of motorcycle endorsements. An M endorsement allows you to drive any type of motorcycle, including a motorbike, scooter, or moped, and a 3 endorsement allows you to operate three-wheeled motorcycles. Connecticut also offers the option of obtaining a motorcycle instruction permit that is valid for up to 60 days while you are completing the steps to obtain your endorsement.

To receive a motorcycle instruction permit, you will need to begin the endorsement process, pass the vision and motorcycle knowledge tests, and pay the fees. You must bring your current Connecticut license and an application form R-229, and minors must also bring a parental consent form 2-D. To receive an endorsement, in addition to the instruction permit requirements, you must be at least 16 and must complete an approved novice motorcycle safety course. Once completed, you can take your documentation and information to a DMV Hub office to receive your endorsement.

Tests are scheduled through your local DMV. The knowledge test contains 16 questions about operating a motorcycle from in the Connecticut Motorcycle Operator Manual. You must answer 12 of the questions correctly to pass. If you fail, you will have to wait a day to retest. The on-cycle test covers basic vehicle control and crash-avoidance skills. This test is waived if you pass the motorcycle safety course.