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Nevada DMV Motorcycle Practice Test

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Our FREE NV Motorcycle Practice Test is made up of 25 comprehensive, multiple choice questions.

Quiz Settings
  • Questions:
    25
  • Pass rate:
    80 %
  • Attempts allowed:
    Unlimited
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Take the Nevada Motorcycle Permit practice test before heading to the DMV. A permit is a requirement for all students who wish to ride a motorcycle for instruction on open roadways before taking the Class M license test.

Read the Nevada Motorcycle Handbook

The driving manual for the state of Nevada supplies a lot of information to pass the Class M motorcycle license test. The permit test is similar to the full-scale license test. You will need to understand important information such as road signs, typical traffic signals, motorcycle-specific safety issues and hand signals for directional indications.

Take the time to study the Nevada Motorcycle Handbook. As a first-time applicant for the motorcycle permit test, you will have a better chance of success on the first try if you study properly for the test ahead of time.

Along with studying the book, several practice tests for the Nevada motorcycle permit test are available. You should take these tests until you feel comfortable with the subject matter before attempting to take the actual test.

Additional DMV Requirements and Restrictions for Nevada Motorcycle Permit

Drivers may be required to take a vision test or comply with medical information requested. When required by testing, applicants may be restricted to driving with correctional glasses. A motorcycle permit restricts you from driving at night. Restrictions also include supervision by a licensed driver with a valid motorcycle license who is at least 21 years old. No permit holder may carry a passenger, drive on freeways or drive in high-speed areas.

A physical driving test will also be required as a part of the motorcycle permit test. You will need to exhibit an understanding of the basic workings of your motorcycle including controls, gears, brakes, starter, ignition and clutch. A basic road or obstacle test may also be required. This test is not as involved as the full-scale motorcycle license driving test but is meant to show you have enough control of the vehicle to operate it safely while learning on a public roadway. Taking a practice test for free online can help you review the rules of the road to be sure of passing all the required tests.