Motorcycle written practice test
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There’s nothing unusual about riding a motorcycle, but you do have to go through additional practice and testing to ride on legally in the state of Virginia. Here’s what you need to know about the Virginia DMV motorcycle test, how to pass it, and how to ride with a motorcycle permit or license:
There are a couple of restrictions when driving with your motorcycle permit. You must be supervised by a person at least 21 years of age who is licensed to operate a motorcycle and is supervising from a separate, accompanying motor vehicle. You also cannot carry passengers.
If you are applying for your motorcycle permit, and don’t have either a valid driver’s license or learner’s permit, then you must pass the driver’s knowledge exam as well as the Virginia DMV motorcycle test.
There are 25 questions on the Virginia DMV motorcycle test.
To pass the Virginia DMV motorcycle test, you need answer at least 20 questions correctly, or get a score of 80%.
If you are under 19, you must hold your permit for at least nine months before you can apply for your motorcycle license. If you decide to complete Virginia Rider Training Program, then you don’t have to take either the written test or the road skills test if you apply for your license within 12 months of completing the course.
All riders, regardless of age, are required by law to wear a helmet.