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Alabama Motorcycle Permit Practice Test

Earn your Motorcycle License with ease! Our FREE AL Motorcycle Practice Test offers realistic questions designed to help you be completely prepared, and pass the Alabama DPS test with ease.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Alabama Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

If you want to ride your motorcycle in Alabama, you must pass a road test and a written motorcycle permit test. Let our motorcycle permit practice test questions aid you during your studies.

Our Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Questions Will Guide You

If you plan to ride your motorcycle on Interstate 90, through the streets of Birmingham or on some of Alabama's desolate back roads, you must first obtain an Alabama motorcycle permit from the Alabama Department of Public Safety. To obtain a permit, you will be required to take a vision test, a road test and pass a written motorcycle permit test for the state of Alabama. The road test reviews your motorcycle riding skills, and the written test examines your knowledge of topics that deal with road signs, motorcycle gear, operating your motorcycle and much more. To pass the written portion of your exams, it's advisable to take the practice tests that we provide. Going through these a number of times and reinforcing the material will help give you confidence when you take the real written test.

When you take the written test at the Alabama DPS, you will face multiple-choice questions. Most of the information that you need for the test comes from topics that are covered in the Motorcycle Operator Manual. The handbook explains topics such as safe motorcycle operation, crash avoidance and safe passing techniques. Learning the material will help you become a better operator of your motorcycle and help you during the test. To simulate what the real test will be like, we have provided you with a number of questions that you can take. With these questions, you will get immediate results so that you can see if more studying is required for certain topics.

The practice tests should be taken a number of times until you feel you have a strong foundation and understanding of the material. You may want to begin with the road signs and traffic signals test. In this section, you will be asked to recognize road signs and understand actions you must take when specific signs are present on the road. After you feel comfortable with the questions on that test, move to another practice test. With due diligence and hard work, you will soon learn the material, and you should have an easier time obtaining your motorcycle permit.

Examples

A T-Clocs inspection should be conducted before every ride and includes checks of ______.
  • The tire inflation pressure.
  • The headlights and taillights.
  • The oil levels.
  • Engine oil and transmission fluids.
  • All of the listed answers.
Approximately how many motorcycle/car crashes are caused by drivers entering a rider's right-of-way.
  • Over 50%.
  • Under 25%.
  • 33%
  • 85%
Before taking your vehicle off the road, you must first _________.
  • Slow down.
  • Turn on hazard lights.
  • Signal to drivers behind you.
  • Honk at oncoming traffic.
Having too much to drink can definitely hinder someone's ability to operate a motor vehicle. What are the best steps to stop an intoxicated friend from getting behind the wheel of a motor vehicle.?
  • Use peer pressure to make sure that the friend knows it isn't okay to drive.
  • Slow their drinking down. Occupy their mind with something else to keep them from drinking quickly.
  • Arranging alternative transportation or a safe ride home for your friend.
  • Doing anything you can to keep them in the location and away from their motor vehicle.
  • All of the listed answers.
Having too much to drink can definitely hinder someone's ability to operate a motor vehicle. What are the best steps to stop an intoxicated friend from getting behind the wheel of a motor vehicle.?
  • Use peer pressure to make sure that the friend knows it isn't okay to drive.
  • Slow their drinking down. Occupy their mind with something else to keep them from drinking quickly.
  • Arranging alternative transportation or a safe ride home for your friend.
  • Doing anything you can to keep them in the location and away from their motor vehicle.
  • All of the listed answers.