Motorcycle written practice test
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Road accidents aren’t a thing of beauty since they bring loss, pain and regrets to those involved both directly and indirectly. Hence, the need for every road user to possess a driving license to assert their road knowledge. This is aimed at ensuring safety to the road user and other road users including the pedestrians too. The Kentucky KSP motorcycle test makes this possible! You should consider also the following when preparing for the Kentucky KSP motorcycle test:
There are 25 questions on the Kentucky KSP motorcycle test. You need to get at least 20 questions correct to show that you have passed.
In order to take the test, you must be at least 18 year's old or have a valid driver's license. If you are under 18, you need to have parental consent. You are also required to have a motorcycle permit for 30 days before you can get the motorcycle endorsement.
You are not allowed to carry any passengers, and must always wear protective helmet while operating the motorcycle. As a permit holder, you are also not allowed to drive on any highway.
If you are under 21, and have held a license for less than a year, you are expected to wear a protective helmet. Riders who also hold an instructional permit must also wear a helmet.