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Alaska Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 3

Take our FREE AK Motorcycle Practice Test today and be fully prepared when you take your DMV Motorcycle Test. Learn what kind of questions to expect, and get your test score right away in addition to detailed explanations.
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Alaska Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

As a resident of Alaska, you must pass two tests before you can legally operate your motorcycle in the state. Our motorcycle permit test questions can help you prepare.

Our Questions Will Help You Pass The Alaska Motorcycle Permit Test

If you want to legally ride your motorcycle on the highways and streets of Alaska, you will need to head to the DMV and pass a few tests. These tests will indicate your riding proficiency, knowledge of safe motorcycle operation and ability to see. To test you on these subjects, the Department of Motor Vehicles administers a riding, written and vision test. You will probably need help understanding the material that is presented on the written portion of their exam, but you shouldn't be worried as we can help. By putting together a number of test questions that are similar to the material that will be on the actual exam, we have created a set of practice guides that you can study so that you will be less stressed on your actual test day.

The knowledge that you will need to understand in order to obtain your Alaska motorcycle permit is presented in a handbook that is known as the Alaska Motorcycle Operator Manual. This guide is an excellent way to learn about motorcycle-related material that will be with you in the future as you ride your bike. From there, you will want to be sure that you can correctly answer the type of questions that will be on the written test administered by your local Alaska Department of Motor Vehicles. These multiple-choice questions can be a little tricky if you haven't studied for the test. Our motorcycle permit practice test questions will simulate the same experience that you will go through on test day and should help you pass.

Questions that are similar to the actual test are formulated into practice tests that you can take for free. The great thing about these practice tests is that you can immediately see if you gave the correct answers. If you fail to correctly answer a question, the actual answer will be shown. This way, you can go back and study material that is related to questions that you miss. You may want to start your studies by taking the Alaska signs and traffic signals test. This test shows you specific signs and asks you to verify what they indicate. Once you feel comfortable with the material, visit a local Alaska DMV office and take your written test.

Alaska DMV Sample Test Questions

Approximately how wide is each "mini-lane"?
  • 5 ft. wide.
  • 4 ft. wide.
  • 1/3 the size of a regular lane.
  • 3 ft. wide
Aside from mechanical problems what other situations can possibly cause an emergency situation for a motorcyclist?
  • Forgetting your iPod.
  • Flying objects
  • Eating too much food.
  • Not finding a parking space.
Drivers are more likely to share lanes when______.
  • In congested traffic.
  • They want to pass.
  • You are preparing to turn at an intersection.
  • All of the listed answers.
How many seconds behind the vehicle ahead of you should your motorcycle be while in non-slick conditions?
  • 2 seconds.
  • 3 seconds.
  • 4 seconds.
  • 5 seconds.
Many motorcycles mirrors are ________ which give you a wider view of the road behind you.
  • Concave.
  • Convex.
  • Flat.
  • Acute
  • Obtuse