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Alaska Motorcycle Permit Practice Test

Earn your Motorcycle License with ease! Our FREE AK Motorcycle Practice Test offers realistic questions designed to help you be completely prepared, and pass the Alaska DMV test with ease.
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Alaska Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

In Alaska, to legally ride your motorcycle, you must pass two tests administered by the DMV. To help ensure that you pass the written portion, study our Alaska motorcycle permit test questions.

How Studying Our Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Questions Will Help

Riding your motorcycle on Interstate 4 or through the city of Anchorage can help you save on fuel, and it is also a whole lot of fun. Unfortunately, in order to legally ride your motorcycle in the state of Alaska, you must obtain an Alaska motorcycle permit. At age 14, you can apply for a permit, but you will need to have the consent of a parent. Everyone who applies must pass a vision test, riding skills test and a written motorcycle permit test. Fortunately, we can help you study for the written portion of your testing. By using the motorcycle permit practice test questions that we provide, you will gain a better understanding of the actual test given by the Alaska Department of Motor Vehicles, and you will also become a motorcycle rider who understands how to safely operate the vehicle.

Studying the handbook and answering multiple-choice questions that we provide will assist you in studying for the written motorcycle permit test. It's highly suggested that you first study the Alaska Motorcycle Operator Manual because you'll find topics that range from mechanical problems and riding at night to carrying passengers and keeping your distance. These topics and others should be studied until you feel knowledgeable about the information. After that, you should test your retention of the material by taking our mock Alaska motorcycle permit tests.

To score a passing mark on the written exam, you must not miss more than 20 percent of the questions. To help simulate the test that you are required to take at the DMV, we have organized a number of practice tests that will help you prepare. Learn about subjects such as looking for trouble and handling dangerous slippery surfaces by studying the handbook as you will be asked questions related to these topics and other material. Another section that you will need to understand is road signs and traffic signals. Take all of the tests a number of times until you know that you have an excellent grasp of what it takes to safely operate your motorcycle.


A motorcycle needs ____ care than regular cars.
  • More.
  • Less.
  • About the same.
  • Greatly less.
Approximately how wide is each "mini-lane"?
  • 5 ft. wide.
  • 4 ft. wide.
  • 1/3 the size of a regular lane.
  • 3 ft. wide
How can a motorcyclist make sure he is receiving the most protection out of his helmet?
  • By purchasing a helmet worth more than $100 dollars.
  • Seeing if it meets U.S. Department of Transportation and state standards.
  • By not buying a helmet that has been used before.
  • Avoiding helmets that are of partial coverage to the head.
If your engine seizes while riding, how should you react?
  • Engage hazard lights and drive slowly to the nearest service station.
  • Reduce speed and drive on shoulder.
  • Pull off the road and stop.
  • Reduce speed and text a friend for help.
More than half of motorcycle crashes occur on cycles the rider has been using for less than ______ .
  • 15 days.
  • 1 month.
  • 6 months.
  • 1 year.
  • 3 years.