Motorcycle written practice test
- Pass rate:80 %
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Wisconsin has some of the most straightforward laws and restrictions when it comes to riding a motorcycle in the state. However, you can’t just jump on a bike and ride. You need to pass the Wisconsin WDOT motorcycle test first. Here’s what you need to know about the Wisconsin WDOT motorcycle test, how to pass it, and what it means to ride a motorcycle legally in the state.
There are a couple of restrictions for motorcycle permit holders. You must wear a helmet and protective eyewear. You are also allowed to ride alone during the day, but if riding at night, you must be accompanied by a person at least 25 years old with two years licensed driving experience, and a Class M motorcycle license. Permit holders are not restricted from carrying passengers or driving on the highway.
There are 25 questions on the Wisconsin WDOT motorcycle test.
To pass the Wisconsin WDOT motorcycle test, you need to answer 20 questions correctly for a passing score of 80%.
You need to be at least 16 to apply for a motorcycle permit. However, if you are under 18, you not only need parental consent, but you also need to have proof of completing driver’s education and proof of enrollment/completion of a Basic Motorcycle Rider Course.
All riders with a motorcycle permit are required by law to wear helmet. Otherwise, the law only applies to driver and passengers 17 and younger.