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Maine Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 3

Take our FREE ME Motorcycle Practice Test today and be fully prepared when you take your BMV 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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Maine Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

If you reside in Maine and want to operate a motorcycle, you'll need to pass a motorcycle permit test. Take our motorcycle permit practice test until you feel confident with the material. By doing so, you will gain the knowledge that you need to obtain a Maine motorcycle permit, and you will also be safer when operating your motorcycle.

Gain Knowledge by Reviewing Our Motorcycle Permit Practice Test

If you live in Maine and want to legally operate a moped, motorcycle or motorized scooter, you'll need to obtain a drivers license that is motorcycle endorsed. Fortunately, our tests are a great way to practice the material that the Bureau of Motor Vehicles will require you to understand before giving you a license. Practicing the tests that we provide will give you the confidence to take the real motorcycle permit test.

When you go to obtain your motorcycle permit, you will be asked questions that deal with driving rules, conditions and road signs. We have put together our tests to focus on specific areas that the Bureau of Motor Vehicles targets. If you take our tests a few times so that you completely understand all of the questions, it will be easier to pass the official test. The questions pertain to potential accidents, the mechanical conditions of your motorcycle and more. You'll need to understand this type of information to pass the test.

Once test day arrives, you will have the knowledge that you need to obtain your motorcycle endorsement or permit. By reading and studying the Maine BMV Drivers Handbook Manual that we provide and taking our Road Signs practice test along with the other practice tests on our site, you will be able to correctly answer the questions that the BMV asks.


At a traffic signal with a flashing red light, you should:
  • Come to a full stop and proceed only when clear.
  • Proceed through the intersection with caution.
  • Stop and wait for the light to change.
  • Wait for emergency vehicles to pass.
At highway speeds, how far away must oncoming cars be to safely pass on a two-lane road?
  • 600 feet
  • 1000 feet
  • 1600 feet
  • 2000 feet
If your gas pedal gets stuck, you should:
  • Shift the car into park.
  • Shut off the ignition.
  • Shift the car into neutral.
  • Apply the parking brake.
If your rear wheel locks, what should you do?
  • Go in a straight line and stop quickly.
  • Swerve slightly to unlock the wheel.
  • Attempt to turn off as soon as possible.
  • Kick the back wheel while maintaining balance.
  • Keep applying the rear brake until it unlocks.
What is a safe speed?
  • 30mph.
  • 60mph.
  • 25mph.
  • 35mph.
  • It depends what the speed limit is.