Motorcycle written practice test
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In West Virginia, you do need to have a valid driver’s license in order to get a motorcycle permit, license or endorsement. However, a valid driver’s license is only half the story. You still need to pass the motorcycle test. Here’s what you need to know about the West Virginia DMV motorcycle test, how to pass it, and what it means to ride a motorcycle legally in the state:
There are a few restrictions with the motorcycle permit. You are not allowed to drive on the highways, to drive after dark, or to carry any passengers. In West Virginia, you are not required to be supervised by a licensed motorcyclist.
There are 25 questions on the West Virginia DMV motorcycle test.
To pass the West Virginia DMV motorcycle test, you need to answer 20 questions correctly, for a passing score of 80%.
You need to be at least 15 years old to apply for your motorcycle license. However, if you are under 18, you do need to present either a valid driver’s license or proof that you’ve completed driver’s education/training.
If you are under 21, you do need to complete a motorcycle rider education program offered by the West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles to apply for the license. If you are 21 and older, completing the rider education program will waive the on-road skills test.
All riders, regardless of age, are required by law to wear a helmet.