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Delaware Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2

Are you ready for your DMV Motorcycle Test? Find out NOW by taking our FREE DE Motorcycle Practice Test online. We offer 25 original, multiple choice questions formed directly from the information in your own Delaware manual.
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Delaware Motorcycle Permit Practice Test

The freedom of the open roads is just a few clicks away with our FREE online Delaware motorcycle practice test! Earn your permit and get riding with expertly designed test materials that will help you ace your Delaware motorcycle knowledge test on the first try. Our real sample test questions and answers quiz you on only the most accurate and up-to-date Delaware traffic laws and regulations for motorcycle riders in the state.

This free DE motorcycle practice test includes 25 state-specific questions and answers pulled right out of the DE DMV motorcycle handbook. The multiple-choice format replicates the structure of the actual exam so there are no surprises on test day. You’ll see comprehensive explanations with each answer, as well as instant results that help you gauge your progress and see where you might need more studying. See which questions you missed, go back to those areas in the handbook, and come back to this free practice test to see how much you’ve improved! Then you’ll know precisely when you’re ready for your DE motorcycle permit test.

Delaware Motorcycle Permit Practice Test FAQs:

How accurate is this DE motorcycle permit practice test?

The questions and answers on our free Delaware motorcycle permit practice test are written directly from the DE DMV motorcycle operator’s handbook—the exact same source that the DMV itself uses to create your motorcycle knowledge exam and on-cycle skills test. We ensure that we’re quizzing you on the most up-to-date laws and regulations passed in the state.

What questions are on the Delaware motorcycle permit test?

The Delaware DMV motorcycle permit exam features questions found within your DE DMV motorcycle operator’s handbook. Expect questions on required riding safety equipment, right-of-way rules, hand signals, and more.

How do I earn my Delaware motorcycle license?

To earn your Delaware motorcycle endorsement on your license, you must be at least 16 years old and first earn a motorcycle permit by passing a written motorcycle knowledge test. Your permit is valid for 6 months, during which time you can practice riding before taking an on-cycle road skills exam to earn your endorsement.

Delaware motorcycle riders under 18 years old must also complete a Rider Education Program. If you’re 18 years old or older, you can voluntarily complete the Rider Education Program, which will waive the permit requirement and all required DMV-issued exams, including the knowledge and on-cycle skills exams.


Car drivers entering a rider's right of way is the reason for over _______ car/motorcycle crashes.
  • 50%.
  • 25%.
  • 75%.
  • 40%.
Considering a crash that happens in traffic, ___________.
  • Usually only one person is responsible for what happened, the negligent party.
  • Most people involved in the crash can claim some responsibility for what happened.
  • Virtually no one is to blame. It was an inevitable result of traffic situations.
  • None of the listed answers.
For a three-wheel vehicle, the turning diameter at the widest point must be less than ________ .
  • 30 degrees.
  • 40 degrees.
  • 25 degrees.
  • 15 degrees.
If a rider wishes to ride a three-wheel vehicle, they need to ______________.
  • Pass an additional knowledge test.
  • Pass an additional skills test.
  • Obtain a license endorsement specifically for three-wheel vehicles.
  • All of the listed answers.
  • None of the listed answers.
If you are on the road and encounter a larger animal, such as elk or cattle, you should do what?
  • Swerve around it at high speeds.
  • Accelerate so that the animal will either become frightened or you will pass it by safely.
  • Honk your horn to alert the animal.
  • Brake and prepare to stop.
  • None of the listed answers.