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Louisiana Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 5

Our FREE LA Motorcycle Practice Test is made up of 25 comprehensive, multiple choice questions.
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Louisiana Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

Louisiana residents who want to ride a motorcycle in the state will have to pass a written test and riding skills test. To help you pass the written portion, review our practice tests.

A Practice Test Can Help You Get Your Louisiana Motorcycle Permit

Before you can ride your motorcycle through New Orleans or on Interstate 25, officials in the state of Louisiana insist that you visit the Office of Motor Vehicles and obtain a Louisiana motorcycle permit. A few of the steps for this process will require you to pay a fee and take a vision screening test, a motorcycle skills test and a written test. If you are not experienced with motorcycle operation, we suggest that you seek out a professional to help you. As for the written exam, you have a useful tool at your fingertips. Louisiana practice tests are an excellent way to study the material that you will need to know in order to get your Louisiana motorcycle permit.

Your journey begins by reviewing the Louisiana OMV Motorcycle Handbook Manual. It consists of subjects that are related to motorcycle operation and safe riding. You will find topics such as carrying passengers, intersections, motorcycle gear, fatigue and alcohol in the body. It is best if you take an adequate amount of time to study this handbook. Once you feel like you possess a firm understanding of the material inside the manual, confirm your knowledge by utilizing our practice tests.

Louisiana motorcycle practice tests are based on the rel multiple-choice questions that make up the official motorcycle permit test. It is suggested that you go through the practice tests and road signs and traffic signals test until you feel confident with your progress. However, the only way to really know if you have a complete understanding of the material is to visit the Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles and take the written knowledge test. Your chances of passing with a positive score of at least 80 percent should be increased if you have gone through the practice tests a few times. Remember, the material that you memorize will also help you in the future as you operate your motorcycle.

Louisiana OMV Sample Test Questions

How is your driving affected if the front tire goes flat?
  • The steering will be jerky.
  • The steering will feel heavy.
  • Nothing in particular.
  • The steering will feel loose.
  • You will instantly be thrown off your motorcycle.
How many brake controls does a motorcycle have?
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
How should your motorcycle be positioned when trying to park alongside a parallel parking space that is next to a curb?
  • At an angle with the rear wheel to the curb.
  • At an angle with the front wheel to the curb.
  • Perpendicular to the curb.
  • None of the answers listed.
More than half of all motorcycle crashes involve what kind of rider?
  • A rider who is intoxicated.
  • A rider who doesn't have insurance.
  • A rider with less than five months of motorcycle experience.
  • A rider who doesn't have a license.
  • A rider who is underage.
What are some ways to properly control a motorcycle?
  • Maintain a comfortable and appropriate posture.
  • Sit far enough forward so that arms are slightly bent when you grip the handgrips.
  • Hold the handgrips firmly.
  • Keep knees against the gas tank.
  • All of the answers listed.