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Connecticut Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 3

Take our FREE CT Motorcycle Practice Test today and be fully prepared when you take your DMV Motorcycle Test. Learn what kind of questions to expect, and get your test score right away in addition to detailed explanations.
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Your Connecticut Motorcycle Permit Test Is the Key to Learning to Drive

Your motorcycle permit test allows you to begin learning to drive a motorcycle safely. With our practice tests, you will learn what you need to know quickly and efficiently.

Our CT Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Makes the Difference

You are working toward making your dreams of learning to drive a motorcycle come true. Now, all you need to do is pass your permit test and find a teacher. If you have been driving for years, you might not think you should have to take a knowledge exam first. After all, you took a test when you received your driver's license for a car. However, there are special rules involving motorcycles, and laws have been added to the books. If this is your first license, you might be surprised at how much you need to know before being allowed on the road. Your state's driver's manual is the ticket to knowledge. Everything you need to know to pass the test is within its pages. Stopping by your local office or downloading a copy should be your first step.

After you have spent a little time reading through the manual, you'll be ready to try your first practice test. You do not need to know everything before taking a practice test. The 25 questions are designed to allow you to test your knowledge and identify what you need to study further. In addition to seeing the correct answer after submitting your response, you will also be shown the page number and section where the information is located in your driver's manual. This makes it easy to go back and study. Some possible questions address what to do if there is an animal in the road and the best terrain to pull over onto in an emergency.

You will want to feel confident and ready for your testing appointment. If you are not able to pass the test the first time, you will need to wait an additional week and pay the fee again. With studying and our practice tests, you should be able to answer the required 20 out of 25 questions correctly and get your permit. Each question is presented on a touch-screen computer in a multiple-choice format. Our practice exams are also in a multiple-choice format to make your feel more comfortable. Let's get started!

Connecticut DMV Sample Test Questions

As a rider of a motorcycle there are ways you can lessen your chances of being involved in an accident. Which of the following is a suggested way of being more responsible?
  • Be visible by wearing proper clothing.
  • Maintain a good distance between you and other driver's.
  • Be prepared to act in emergency or potential hazards.
  • Communicate your intentions to other drivers with use of signals and brake lights.
  • All of the answers listed.
Crossing tracks head on at which angle can become dangerous?
  • 90 degree angle.
  • 45 degree angle.
  • 30 degree angle.
  • 60 degree angle.
  • None of the answers listed.
Drivers of vehicles and motorcycles are most tempted to lane share during what times?
  • When moving into an exit lane or leaving a highway.
  • All of the answers listed.
  • When preparing to turn at an intersection.
  • In heavy traffic.
  • When they want to pass.
How many different levels of coverage do helmets provide?
  • 1
  • 2
  • 4
  • 5
  • 7
If riding on a slippery surface cannot be avoided, what should you do?
  • Use both the front and rear brake simultaneously and gently to slow down before reaching the slippery surface, without moving suddenly. Keep your motorcycle straight.
  • Slow down immediately by using the front brake.
  • Speed up as this will help you get through the slippery surface fast and effectively.
  • Quickly use the rear brake only to slow down while passing through the slippery area.
  • Slow down with either brake and tilt slightly to one side so that you can easily catch yourself if you start slipping.