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DMV.com Motorcycle Practice Tests
Passing the motorcycle exam at your local DMV isn't complicated, but like most tests, without knowing the essential information you still won't be able to pass. Our DMV Motorcycle Practice Tests were created to help you achieve your goal. For maximum convenience and effectiveness,
DMV.com practice tests have the following features:
Questions that are similar to the real DMV exam
You get an unlimited number of tries at our online practice tests
Printer Friendly: available for download as PDF or Word documents
Find your state on the map below to get your motorcycle practice test and be one step closer to passing the DMV motorcycle exam.
Save Time, Use Our DMV Motorcycle Practice Tests
Many prospective motorcyclists can fail the motorcycle test the first time they take it for a very simple reason: not studying properly. All states have their own versions of the Motorcycle Manual, which is the basis for questions on the exam. The Motorcycle Manual can be a good resource when studying for the motorcycle exam but only using it is a mistake. Passively reading the manual will not force you to think about the material and engage in recall, which is the quickest and most effective way of absorbing information.
The DMV.com Motorcycle Test will test you on the following areas that are essential to passing the actual exam:
Questions on safe riding
Questions on proper riding techniques
Questions about the rules of the road
Your time is important, so don't waste it by reading the Motorcycle Manual over and over again with the hope that information will seep into your brain. Find your state on the map above, or click on a state name below, to get a DMV.com Motorcycle Practice Test today. You will both save your time and increase your chances of passing the DMV Motorcycle exam.
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