Tennessee DMV Motorcycle Test

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1. If there are two or more motorcycles riding together, they should ride
2. How many lane positions are available to a motorcycle in a single lane of traffic?
3. Which of the following does not lessen your chances of being involved in a collision?
4. As a motorcycle rider in tennessee, you must wear a helmet
5. Riders should make sure they sit ____ so that your arms are slightly bent while riding.
6. Cars are most likely to try and share your lane when
7. You can increase your safety when riding at night by
8. When can you operate a motorcycle between lanes of traffic?
9. What is the BAC limit for an adult to be considered legally intoxicated?
10. The fastest way to stop is to
11. The turning diameter of a vehicle must be what to qualify as a three-wheeled vehicle?
12. You should adjust your side mirrors
13. Which of the following is true about smaller vehicles?
14. Rolling on the throttle should be done in which of the following situations?
15. When packing your motorcycle, you should pack heavier items
16. Signal lights should be used
17. Riding on ____ can greatly increase the dangers of riding a motorcycle.
18. Which of the following does not increase your safety when riding at night?
19. When choosing a lane position, the best position
20. When riding a three-wheeled vehicle, the rear inside wheel has a tendency to lift during turning ____.
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About Motorcycle Permit Practice Tests

To operate a motorcycle in Tennessee, you must have a motorcycle learner's permit or a Class M license. Licenses are issued by the Department of Safety and Homeland Security (DOS). At age 15, you can apply for a motorcycle learner's permit or a Class M-Limited permit, which allows you to drive a scooter that is under 125cc. At age 16, you can apply for a Class M license. A motorcycle permit or license allows you to operate a motorcycle, motorbike, scooter, or moped on public roads.

To receive a motorcycle learner's permit or license, you must apply, submit the required documentation, pay the fees, and pass the vision screening, the motorcycle rules of the road knowledge exam, a pre-trip inspection, and the motorcycle skills test. If you do not currently hold a Class D or PD license, you will also be required to take the regular driver rules of the road knowledge exam. The motorcycle skills tests can be waived if you successfully complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation course. Both the knowledge and skills tests may be waived if you successfully complete the Tennessee Certified Motorcycle Rider Education Program (MREP).

Tests are scheduled through a DOS Driver Services center. The motorcycle rules of the road knowledge exam contains 25 questions about road rules. You must answer 20 of the questions correctly to pass. The motorcycle skills test assesses your ability to operate your motorcycle safely. If you fail the test, your examiner will determine when you can retest.