Alabama DMV Driving Test

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1. To turn right from a highway with two lanes in your direction, turn from:
2. What should you do when it is impossible to see in a snow storm or fog?
3. When you see a car coming towards you in your lane, you should
4. Which of the following is a situation in which a driver should be extra alert for pedestrians?
5. Which of the following is not a true statement regarding railroad crossings?
6. You must show proof of insurance to law enforcement:
7. If you are involved in a car crash what should you not do?
8. When a bicyclist is making a left hand turn:
9. In work zones, barriers, such as drums cones and tunes are used to:
10. How should you deal with a tire blowout? perform all of the following except ____.
11. When should you not insist on taking your legal right-of-way?
12. This road sign displayed on the rear of the vehicle indicates
13. When parking next to a fire hydrant, the minimum distance that must be left between your vehicle and the fire hydrant is
14. If other drivers do not make room for you when entering a freeway, what should you do?
15. When your drivers licenses expire?
16. In the past, motorists were told to stay one car length back of the car in front of them for every 10 mph they were traveling. a new formula states that drivers should pick an object on the road that the car in front of them passed. your car should pass this exact spot ____ seconds later.
17. When you want to pass a large truck in the center of 3 lanes, it is best to pass:
18. Which of the following is not true, regarding pavement markings?
19. Which of the following is not a true statement about safety belts?
20. Which of these is recommended for driving at night on a dimly lit street?
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To operate a motorcycle in Alabama, you must have a Class M license. Licenses are issued by the Department of Public Safety (DPS). The state recognizes two classes for engine equipped cycles. The first type, a Class M, includes all motorcycles, motorbikes, motor scooters, and mopeds. The second, a Class M restricted license, is specifically for motorbikes, scooters, and mopeds, but it excludes the more powerful motorcycles. You can receive a Class M restricted license at age 14. You must be at least 16 to apply for an unrestricted, Class M motorcycle license.

To receive a Class M license, you will need to complete an application, bring in the proper documentation, and pay the fees. You are required to pass a vision test, and you have the option to either complete a motorcycle training course or pass a written exam on motorcycle safety and an on-cycle driving test.

The written exam contains 25 questions about signaling, stopping, and motorcycle safety. You must answer 20 of the questions correctly to pass. You can schedule the test through your local DPS. You are also required to pass an on-cycle test, which may take place in a traffic environment or a controlled off-street location. You will be tested on how well you know your motorcycle, critical decision-making, and your ability to handle normal traffic conditions. If you fail a test, you will need to retake it and earn a passing grade before you can receive your license.