Get Ready with the Florida Motorcycle Permit Practice Test
Before you get your Florida motorcycle permit, you need to pass the test. Our practice test can help you to prepare for the actual test.
All Motorcycle Drivers Must Take the Motorcycle Permit Test
Did you know that even if you have your driver's license, you still need to take a motorcycle permit test before operating a motorcycle in the state of Florida? A motorcycle permit is available for those who first go through and pass the Basic Rider Course. The Florida Rider Training Program is responsible for administering those courses. Though the state doesn't necessarily require that all drivers obtain a Florida motorcycle permit, the state does require that drivers pass a written test.
Motorcycle licenses are only available to those who are at least 16 years old, and all applicants must have a valid Florida driver's license. Drivers will also need to show proof that they have had their licenses for a minimum of one year. Those under the age of 18 will also need to bring a parent or guardian with them. Parents and guardians will need to sign paperwork and grant approval for the underage driver to obtain a motorcycle license.
Our motorcycle permit practice test specifically covers the laws in Florida. The full test that you'll take in your local branch is comprised of 40 total questions, but our tests only have 12 questions. Each time that you attempt to take the test, you'll get a combination of new and old questions. We will give you a passing score on the test when you answer at least 80 percent correctly, which is the same score required by the state for a passing grade. You might find that you need more preparation beyond simply reading the driver's handbook. Our motorcycle permit practice test will make it easy for you to verify if you've retained the knowledge that you picked up from the handbook before you take the test in person.