Oregon Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description
In order to receive an Oregon motorcycle permit, drivers must pass a written test. Our practice tests feature study material that will help you learn the test topics and receive feedback as you progress. By using our motorcycle permit practice test, you can go to your exam knowing you are fully prepared to ace the written portion on your first attempt.
The written portion of the motorcycle permit test consists of 25 multiple-choice questions chosen at random. In order to get a passing grade, you must answer at least 20 of those questions correctly. The questions on your actual exam are taken from the Oregon DMV Motorcycle Riders Handbook, and we feature the updated handbook as part of our study materials.
Our motorcycle permit practice test mimics the actual test-taking environment, which makes it easy for you to know what things will be like once your test day arrives. Because our practice tests are composed of randomly chosen questions, we suggest that you take the practice test more than once to ensure that you have reviewed all the information you may be asked on your actual test.
Additional Requirements for Taking the Motorcycle Permit Test
All motorcycle operators will need to take additional tests before they receive their permit. Through 2014, all drivers under the age of 41 are required to complete a rider education course that is exclusive to motorcyclists. In 2015, all drivers will be prepared to complete a safety course before receiving their motorcycle permit. Before you apply for a motorcycle permit, you must have or qualify for a valid Oregon driver's license. Any driver under the age of 16 must have their parent's permission in order to apply for a Oregon motorcycle permit.
Because the state of Oregon requires that motorcycle operators pass a written and road skills test in order to obtain a motorcycle permit, no one wants to be forced to retake the test due to poor preparation. Our practice tests ensure that you have the resources to learn and understand the information on the exam before the day of your test arrives.