Florida DMV Motorcycle Test

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

1. Which of the following is not a strategy to increase your safety at night?
2. As you approach the center of a turn, you should
3. Which lane position(s) are safest for motorcycles?
4. When someone is merging into your lane from an off-ramp, the best strategy is to
5. If there are hazards on your left, what lane position should you ride in?
6. Which of the following provide(s) the best traction for motorcycles?
7. When preparing to merge into the middle lane of a three-lane road, what should you check?
8. In slow, tight turns:
9. During ____ turns, you should lean your motorcycle while keeping your body straight.
10. While riding, you notice there are hazards on the left side of the lane. what should your lane position be?
11. Intersections are especially dangerous to motorcycles because
12. Which of the following is not a way to increase your visibility at night?
13. A ____ following distance is the minimum space cushion for safe riding.
14. The center lane position is the best one for
15. When making a normal turn, should the motorcycle rider lean?
16. If you must carry a load it should be:
17. How can you increase your chances of avoiding hazards at night?
18. The motorcycle and rider should lean at the same angle when in
19. When riding a motorcycle, your arms are primarily used for
20. To help maintain balance, your feet should

Florida DMV Motorcycle Test

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About Motorcycle Permit Practice Tests

To operate a motorcycle in Florida, you must have a motorcycle license or motorcycle (M) endorsement on your license. Licensing is handled through the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV). A motorcycle license or an M endorsement on your driver's license allows you to drive motorcycles, motorbikes, mopeds, and scooters on public roads.

To receive a motorcycle only license, you must have the required documentation and meet the requirements. Minors must be at least 16, hold a learner's permit for 12 months, maintain a clean driving record, submit an application, pay the fees, pass the knowledge test, and complete a Basic RiderCourse (BRC) or Basic RiderCourse updated (BRCU). Applicants who are over 18 must hold a learner's permit or pass the vision and written examinations. Additionally, you must complete a motorcycle safety course or provide an out-of-state motorcycle only license. To apply for an endorsement, you must pay the fees, hold a Class E driver's license or meet the qualifications to receive one, complete a BRC or BRCU, or provide your out-of-state license with a motorcycle endorsement (except Alabama).

The vision and written exams are scheduled through the DHSMV. The written exam contains 50 questions; 45 of the questions are on road rules and five cover road signs. This is the same test required for a standard driver's license. You must answer 40 of the questions correctly to pass. The road skills test assesses your ability to operate your motorcycle in normal traffic conditions. If you fail a test, you can retake it the next day.