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Alabama Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2

Are you ready for your DPS Motorcycle Test? Find out NOW by taking our FREE AL Motorcycle Practice Test online. We offer 25 original, multiple choice questions formed directly from the information in your own Alabama manual.
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Alabama Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

In Alabama, you must pass a written test and riding skills test to legally operate your motorcycle. To ensure that you pass the written portion, study and take our practice tests.

Study Our Alabama Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Questions

You may have many reasons for wanting to obtain a Class M motorcycle license in the state of Alabama. However, to ensure that you are safe and understand the rules of the road, the law requires you to take tests that show your ability and knowledge regarding safe motorcycle operation. One of the tests requires you to operate your motorcycle on a skills course, and the other test is a written exam that shows your knowledge on topics that range from lane changing and proper motorcycle gear to parking at the road side and using your mirrors. Once you turn 16 years old, you are eligible to take these tests and obtain an Alabama motorcycle permit. To help you feel comfortable with the structure of the written exam, we have designed practice tests to help you.

Fortunately, you won't have to go in to your test day blind. While the real motorcycle permit test is closed book, the Alabama Motorcycle Operator Manual is available to study. In it, you will find topics that range from carrying passengers and group riding to using your mirrors and merging with cars. These topics are formulated to ensure that you are able to safely operate and maneuver your motorcycle. You may need to read through the manual a few times so that you have a good grasp of the material. After that, test your knowledge by taking the practice tests that we have available.

The Alabama DPS official motorcycle permit test has multiple-choice questions. In order to pass, you must successfully answer at least 80 percent of the 25 questions that are given. To help you gain the knowledge that you need to succeed on the written exam, study the questions that are provided on our practice tests. Questions that are given will be completely random, so it's advisable to go through these practice tests more than once. Also, you will want to make sure that you you are able to recognize and understand the meaning of road signs and traffic signals that are located in the state of Alabama. Once you feel like you fully understand all of the material, you should be ready for your official test day.


Alcohol reaches the brain and begins to affect the driver _______.
  • An hour after the first drink.
  • Only if more drinks are consumed than hours passed.
  • An hour after 2 drinks are consumed.
  • Within minutes after consumption.
An arm extended straight down with the palm facing back indicates a(n):
  • U-Turn.
  • Full stop.
  • Slow down.
  • Left turn.
An arm extended straight down with the palm facing back indicates a(n):
  • U-Turn.
  • Full stop.
  • Slow down.
  • Left turn.
Approximately how many motorcycle/car crashes are caused by drivers entering a rider's right-of-way.
  • Over 50%.
  • Under 25%.
  • 33%
  • 85%
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.