Motorcycle written practice test
- Pass rate:80 %
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In Nebraska, you actually don’t need a valid driver’s license to get your motorcycle permit or license. However, this doesn’t mean you can just hop on a motorcycle and drive. You do need to pass the Nebraska DMV motorcycle test, among other requirements. Here’s what you need to know about the test, how to pass it, and what it means to ride a motorcycle in Nebraska:
There are a few restrictions for permit holders in Nebraska. You are not allowed to carry any passengers, to drive after dark, or to drive on the highways. However, permit holders are not required to be supervised by a licensed driver or motorcyclist.
There are 25 questions on the Nebraska DMV motorcycle test.
To pass the Nebraska DMV motorcycle test, you need to answer 20 questions correctly, or a passing score of 80%.
You need to be at least 17 years old and you must have a provisional operator’s permit to take the test. You will be allowed to waive the written and on-road tests if you provide proof of successfully completing a state-approved motorcycle rider safety training course. If you are under 18, you do need parental consent.
Keep in mind that in Nebraska, the on-road skills testing will not be administered during inclement weather, or if Driver Licensing Staff determine the safety of the rider or examiner is at risk.
All riders, regardless of age, are required by law to wear a motorcycle helmet.