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Colorado Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 4

Get a sneak peek of the questions you may find on the Colorado Motorcycle Test. Our FREE CO Motorcycle Practice Test has questions just like the ones on the real DMV test. Take out FREE practice test today!
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Colorado Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

If you are a Colorado resident who wants to ride your motorcycle in the state, you will need to pass a written test and riding skills test. Learn all you can about the written portion of the testing.

Colorado Motorcycle Permit Test Questions Study Guide

A motorcycle is an inexpensive means of travel that you can use to commute to work or explore the scenery that Colorado has to offer. However, to legally ride your motorcycle in the state, the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles requires you to be licensed. As a Colorado resident, if you are at least 16 years of age, you will also be required to carry a motorcycle instruction permit for 12 months. In order to get licensed, you will have to pass a road skills test that determines how proficient you are at riding a motorcycle, and you will also have to pass a written test that examines your knowledge of safe motorcycle operation. To help you with the written motorcycle permit test, we have put together numerous practice tests for you to study.

However, before you study our practice tests, you will want to read over the Colorado DMV Motorcycle Handbook Manual. In this comprehensive study guide, you will find information regarding such topics as motorcycle care, keeping your distance, preparing to ride, riding at night, dangerous surfaces and collision avoidance. Learn what you should do as a motorcycle operator when faced with these topics. Once you finish gaining knowledge from the handbook, move on to our practice tests.

The actual motorcycle permit test that you will take at the DMV consists of multiple-choice questions. We have based our motorcycle permit practice test questions off of the official questions from the DMV. This gives you the opportunity to practice taking tests that are similar to the actual test. By doing so, you should reinforce the material that you learned from the handbook and be better prepared to take the real exam. While the official test is not exceedingly difficult, it will require you to correctly answer a majority of the questions. A passing grade is 80 percent or above. By studying our practice tests, you should be able to achieve that goal. Also, by learning the material this way, you will build a strong foundation that you can use long into your life as a motorcycle rider.

Examples

If the front tire of your motorcycle goes flat how will the steering feel?
  • It will feel strong.
  • It will feel laggy.
  • It will feel heavy.
  • It will feel light.
  • It will feel weak.
If you are in traffic and in danger of hitting an animal, you should _________.
  • Immediately swerve as far as needed to avoid hitting the animal.
  • Avoid swerving, even if it results in you hitting the animal. Hitting something small is less dangerous than hitting something big, like a car or other vehicle.
  • Brake as fast as possible, and come to a stop to avoid hitting the animal.
  • None of the listed answers.
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 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.
In an emergency situation, you should ________.
  • Avoid honking your horn as it will only make the situation confusing.
  • Ignore emergency vehicles.
  • Press the horn button loudly for a long time.
  • Remember to wave your hands wildly.