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Alabama Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 5

Our FREE AL Motorcycle Practice Test is made up of 25 comprehensive, multiple choice questions.
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Alabama Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

To receive your Alabama Motorcycle Permit, you must first pass a variety of driving tests. The best way to be sure that you do so is by taking the DMV practice test several times.

Here is How Our DMV Practice Test Helps You Pass

Learning to drive a motorcycle safely is a big responsibility, but the Alabama DPS provides you with the information that you will need to be successful. In order to assess your understanding of the rules of the road, and those specific to motorcycle operation, you will need to pass a variety of tests. While they aren't particularly difficult, they do require that you know and understand a lot of varying information. Driving a motorcycle presents additional safety challenges, and knowing and understanding them are essential to being a safe and successful motorcycle driver. The best way to learn the rules is to take the motorcycle permit practice test multiple times.

There are several tests that you will need to take: a road signs and signals test, a driving rules test and an on-the-road practical test. The motorcycle practice test focuses on the written rules of the road test. There will be questions regarding what to do in situations that are specific to motorcycle operation. For example, you will need to know how to handle dangerous road surfaces or how to ride safely with a group of motorcycles. You will also need to know all the general traffic rules that everyone must follow. These questions are designed to ensure that you both know and understand how to use these rules while you are actually driving.

Taking the Motorcycle Permit Test multiple times will help you learn the format of the test, and you will see the types of questions that will be asked on exam day. The test has 25 multiple-choice questions that are randomly generated each time you take the test. You must get 20 of the 25 questions right in order to receive a passing score. By taking it several times, you will see the greatest variety of questions. You will also be able to figure out the answer to any question that you get wrong. You will find most of the information you need to study for the practice test, and the exam, in the Alabama Motorcycle Operator Manual. You may also want to practice taking the Road Signs and Signals Practice Test .

Alabama DPS Sample Test Questions

A motorcycle is _____ visible than a car.
  • Less.
  • More.
  • Just as.
  • None 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%
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.
How should you deal with dogs that chase you while operating your motorcycle?
  • Speed up to avoid the dog.
  • Approach the dog slowly, then accelerate as you pass it to leave it behind.
  • Kick the dog away from you.
  • Weave on the road to avoid the dog at your normal speed.
  • Completely stop and wait for the dog to go away.
How will you NOT be judged on your on-motorcycle skill test by your examiner?
  • The speed with which you can finish all the tests.
  • Completing stops in a timely and safe manner.
  • Ability to navigate turns and swerves.
  • Choosing the proper speed to perform the required maneuvers.
  • Selecting the best path and staying within the marked areas and paths.