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Florida Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 3

Take our FREE FL 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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Read the Florida Drivers License Practice Test Description Today

Before you head to the DMV to take your drivers license test, try out our practice test. It will help you get prepared to take the actual test.

Do You Want to Pass the Florida Drivers License Test?

The Florida drivers license test consists of both a written portion taken on a computer and a road skills test with an instructor. During the road skills test, your instructor will take you on a short drive and examine the way you make turns, follow posted signs and obey the rules of the road. You'll generally take both tests at the same time, and if you only pass one portion, you don't need to take that portion again.

Many drivers tend to think that once they have a license, they never need to take any tests again. If you live in Florida and let your license expire, you may need to take the written test again to get your drivers license. If you moved to the state and don't have a license, you'll find our FL DMV practice test helpful. The state will make you take both portions of the test before granting you a Florida drivers license.

Check out the Florida Driver's Handbook before you attempt our FL DMV practice test. Though the handbook changes each year, we keep a copy of the current guide on our website. You don't need to visit the DMV in person or wait in line to review the guide. All you need to do is visit our website and check out the handbook before taking the DMV practice test. Our Florida drivers license practice test description is one of the first things that users look at when visiting our site. The description will provide you with information on the online practice test.


According to research, alcohol has contributed to between _____ and ______ percent of all fatal motorcycle accidents.
  • 50; 75.
  • 25;50.
  • 45;50.
  • 40;45.
How can you reduce your chances of experiencing a 'wobble'?
  • Make sure your tires are properly inflated.
  • Make sure any extra weight is properly balanced on the bike.
  • Make sure wheels are straight and in balance.
  • All of the choices are correct.
How many inches from the ground should your feet be at when sitting on the motorcycle?
  • 5 inches.
  • 4 inches,
  • 3 inches.
  • 2 inches.
  • Your feet should be flat on the ground.
If someone is following too closely to you what should you do?
  • Change lanes and let them pass.
  • Speed your motorcycle up.
  • Slow your motorcycle down.
  • Honk your horn at them.
  • Give them hand signals.
More than ______ of car and motorcycle accidents happen when a driver enters the rider's right-of-way.
  • 80%.
  • 50%.
  • 25%.
  • 33%.