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Colorado Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2

Are you ready for your DMV Motorcycle Test? Find out NOW by taking our FREE CO Motorcycle Practice Test online. We offer 25 original, multiple choice questions formed directly from the information in your own Colorado manual.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Colorado Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

In Colorado, you are required to pass a written exam and take a riding skills test if you want to legally ride a motorcycle in the state. Gain knowledge and confidence with a practice test.

Colorado Motorcycle Permit Test Questions Study Guide

If you are planning on riding your motorcycle across Interstate 70 or throughout Colorado, you will want to make sure that you are a legal motorcycle operator. Without proper licensing, you could get pulled over and receive a ticket. To alleviate that challenge, head to the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles and apply for a motorcycle permit. The tests that you will take will analyze your riding skills and knowledge of motorcycle rules and safety. For the written portion of your testing, you will not be able to reference any material as you take the test. Fortunately, you probably will not need to if you prepare with a practice test. They have been created to help you feel confident that you can do well on the actual motorcycle permit test.

To review material for the written test, you should reference the Colorado DMV Motorcycle Handbook Manual. It provides details on topics that range from riding at night and dangerous surfaces to group riding and becoming familiar with the motorcycle. Read through the manual a few times until you feel like you are ready to take the official motorcycle permit test. Doing so will reinforce the information located in the handbook. However, you should not take the official written test until you take the time to go through a practice test.

The motorcycle permit practice test questions that are provided for you include multiple-choice questions based on the official motorcycle permit test. Your goal is to correctly answer every question. On the actual written test, you will not have to score a 100 percent. Instead, you are allowed to miss a maximum of 20 percent of the questions. You should be able accomplish this if you put in some due diligence and study the practice tests. After you feel like you have learned all that you can, roll into the Colorado DMV and take the written exam.

Examples

If the chain on your motorcycle slips or breaks while riding it may cause the rear wheel to lock up resulting in which action?
  • The motorcycle may skid.
  • The motorcycle may lose power.
  • The motorcycle may not turn in either direction.
  • The motorcycle may come to a sudden stop.
  • The motorcycle will continue to operate as normal.
If you are riding uphill on a 3-wheel motorcycle, weight will shift to the rear of the motorcycle resulting in what becoming lighter?
  • The front of the motorcycle.
  • The back left of the motorcycle.
  • The back right of the motorcycle.
  • The middle of the back of the motorcycle.
  • The entire body of the motorcycle.
If you are swerving, you should brake _____ .
  • Only before the swerve.
  • Only after the swerve.
  • None of the listed answers.
  • Both after the swerve and brake before the swerve.
If you are traveling down the road and your face protection becomes smeared or damaged, what should you do?
  • Immediately pull over to the side of the road and repair the damage.
  • Keep riding until you get to your destination and repair the damage there.
  • Keep your eyes on the road with your hands on the handlebars and safely pull over when traffic allows.
  • Take your face protection off and continue riding.
  • Do nothing and continue riding.
Inexperienced motorcyclists should practice braking ______ to develop the proper habit and skill.
  • With the front brake only.
  • By using both the front and rear brakes at the same time.
  • On really busy highways.
  • With the rear brake only.
  • None of the listed answers.