Minnesota DMV Motorcycle Test

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1. The best way to increase your visibility at an intersection is to
2. When riding behind another vehicle, you should leave a minimum ____ second following distance.
3. Weaving when riding over a metal grating
4. Pavement is likely to be slippery
5. If you brake hard on a straightaway and your rear brake locks
6. Mopeds shall not ride more than ____ abreast on a roadway.
7. When driving at night, what is the best way to identify bumps in the road?
8. When riding in a group, you can help ensure the group stays together by
9. Rolling on the throttle in a turn
10. Most riders try to avoid driving more than ____ hours per day to avoid fatigue.
11. A wobble is likely to be made worse by
12. When passengers are riding with you, they should
13. Grabbing the front brake could result in
14. The motorcycle and rider should lean at the same angle when in
15. When preparing to merge into the middle lane of a three-lane road, what should you check?
16. Ride more safely at night by
17. Alcohol affects the body in many different ways, but the first effect is to your
18. Alcohol enters the bloodstream within ____ after consumption.
19. What causes a motorcycle engine to lug?
20. Using ____ is the best way to fasten cargo to a motorcycle.
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About Motorcycle Permit Practice Tests

To operate a motorcycle in Minnesota, you must have a motorcycle endorsement on your driver's license. Licenses are issued by the Department of Public Safety (DPS). You can apply for a motorcycle instruction permit or endorsement if you hold a valid Minnesota driver's license. A motorcycle permit or license allows you to operate a motorcycle, motorbike, scooter, or moped on public roads.

To receive a motorcycle instruction permit, you must apply, submit your documentation, pass the motorcycle knowledge exam, and pay the fees. If you are a new driver under the age of 18, you must also complete a state approved motorcycle rider training course. To receive a motorcycle endorsement on your driver's license, you must apply, submit your documentation, pass the motorcycle endorsement skills test, and pay the fees. Applicants who are over 18 also have the option of completing the Minnesota Motorcycle Safety Center (MMSC) Basic Rider Course (BRC), which will waive the knowledge and driving tests.

The tests are taken at your local Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) station. The motorcycle knowledge exam contains 25 questions on motorcycle safety and driving skills. You must answer 20 of the questions correctly to pass. The motorcycle endorsement skills exam includes four different riding exercises that assess your ability to control your vehicle. It also measures your hazard response skills. If you fail a test, you must complete an assigned practice time prior to scheduling a new exam.