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District Of Columbia Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2

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

Washington, D.C. Motorcycle Permit Practice Test

Are you fully ready for your D.C. DMV motorcycle exam? Find out by taking our FREE online D.C. motorcycle practice test! Designed specifically for D.C. motorcycle test applicants, you can study questions and answers directly from the D.C. driver manual in an intuitive and proven format that helps you retain the information you’ve learned. The questions are multiple-choice, just like the actual D.C. DMV motorcycle exam, so you can get a feel for the format you’ll encounter come test day.

Of the 25 multiple-choice questions, you must answer at least 20 correctly to pass your practice exam. No worries if you miss any, because you can take this FREE practice test as many times as you need to ace it. For the questions you do miss, you’ll get a full review in real time, allowing you to target the topics that need further study before you make your DMV appointment for your actual motorcycle permit exam. And since your exam is online and self-paced, you can take it as many times you need to feel completely ready for your test—and you can even practice from your phone while waiting at the D.C. DMV to take your motorcycle exam!

Your motorcycle practice test for D.C. riders covers everything from the required safety equipment you must wear while riding to the rules to sharing a road with other vehicles, and is constantly reviewed so that you have accurate, up-to-date information that you can rely on.

D.C. Motorcycle Permit Practice Test FAQs:

What questions are on the D.C. motorcycle permit test?

The D.C. motorcycle permit test will quiz you on how to safely operate a motorcycle in traffic, right-of-way and following rules, safety equipment requirements, hand signals, and more.

What’s the difference between a motorcycle permit test and a regular permit test?

A motorcycle permit exam is an additional knowledge test required to earn a motorcycle endorsement on your driver’s license. It will ask questions specific to becoming a motorcycle rider, while the regular permit test (required for all D.C. drivers) pertains to general rules of the road for all vehicle types.

Does this practice test have the same questions as my actual D.C. motorcycle permit test?

Every question on your free D.C. motorcycle practice test has been written using the actual D.C. motorcycle and driver’s handbooks. The information you’re studying is specific to D.C. driving and riding laws, which means the questions on your practice test are the same as what you can expect to see on your D.C. motorcycle exam. The D.C. DMV often switches up its exact questions from year to year, but the information you’re tested on doesn’t change.

Examples

Can a motorcyclists rely on his horn during an emergency situation?
  • Yes. Of course, a motorcycle horn is as loud and effective as a passenger vehicle's.
  • Yes. A motorcyclist can depend on his horn, but it's just in an awkward position.
  • No. A motorcyclist's horn is not as loud as a passenger vehicle's
  • Not only. A motorcycle's horn is not as loud as passenger vehicle's, but it can still work well if you're using other strategies.
  • I don't know.
For better control when turning following these four steps: slow, ______, press and _______.
  • Look; execute.
  • Decide; roll.
  • Look; roll.
  • Signal, go.
How does the brake light of a motorcycle compare to the brake light of a car?
  • It is somewhat less noticeable than a car's, especially when the taillight is on.
  • It is somewhat more noticeable than a car's.
  • It is basically identical to a car's brake light.
  • None of the listed answers.
How must you equip your motorcycle to accommodate carrying a passenger?
  • Have a proper seat that is large enough to seat both you and the passenger.
  • Make sure there are footrests for the passenger.
  • Verify that the passenger is wearing proper equipment.
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
  • None of the listed answers are correct.
How should you park your motorcycle at a curb?
  • Parallel to the curb.
  • At a 90 degree angle to the curb, with your rear wheel touching the curb.
  • At a 45 degree angle to the curb.
  • At a 90 degree angle to the curb, with your front wheel touching the curb.
  • It does not matter, as long as you are within the parking space.