Rhode Island Motorcycle Permit Practice Test
Getting a Rhode Island motorcycle permit requires that you pass a written test. The test can make some people nervous, but by taking a motorcycle permit practice test as many times as you need it, you can pass with flying colors.
How Taking Practice Tests Can Help You
Before you qualify for your Rhode Island motorcycle permit, you'll need to study and memorize a lot of information from the Rhode Island driver's manual. While parts of it are easy, other sections can be more difficult to remember, especially on exam day. Test anxiety is common, and what you thought you knew sometimes flies right out the window when you need it the most. Knowing all the material in the manual by testing yourself as many times as necessary ensures that you do know what you need to pass the exam, and the good part is that you can take practice tests as many times as you want until you feel confident.
The motorcycle permit practice test is presented in a series of 20 multiple-choice questions. Click your choice, and you will immediately be shown whether the answer is correct or not. If the answer is wrong, the right answer will appear along with the page number in the official state manual so that you can go back for a refresher if you wish. The practice tests mimic the type of questions you will have on the real test and give you exposure to multiple-choice questions where the answers appear similar. Of the 20 questions, you will need to answer 80 percent correctly to pass. Each set of questions is presented in random fashion and allows you to get used to answering different questions without the stress.
Some questions deal with the distance you need to maintain between vehicles, what you need to do if you are in an accident, how to deal with four-way stops or how to drive in hazardous weather. Having a firm handle on all the roadway rules will help you pass the motorcycle permit test and also be a safe driver. The Road Signs and Signals test is one of the tests to which you have free access to take as many times as you want.