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Michigan Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 4

Get a sneak peek of the questions you may find on the Michigan Motorcycle Test. Our FREE MI Motorcycle Practice Test has questions just like the ones on the real SOS test. Take out FREE practice test today!
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Michigan Motorcycle Permit Test Description

Getting your motorcycle permit is the first step in getting your license, but you will need to pass an official exam to get that permit. With our practice tests, passing the knowledge exam is easier.

Our MI Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Can Help You

Before issuing your motorcycle permit, Michigan wants to be sure you understand traffic laws, driver safety and road signs. Passing the test helps ensure you will become a better and safer driver on the road. You might be a little worried about taking the written exam, but with time studying your state's driver's manual and taking our practice tests, your mind should be put at ease. Our practice tests let you cover many topics and answer a variety of questions quickly, making the most of your study time.

Once you have downloaded a copy of the driver's handbook and read through it, you are ready to start taking our practice tests. You will quickly take note of any areas where you need to spend a little more time studying. Primarily, our tests cover traffic laws; you can expect to see questions about rules for passing a school bus or who turns first at a four-way stop.

If you take the time to practice with our system, you will be ready when the day comes to take your motorcycle permit test. You will have an advance glimpse into the test and the rhythm of answering multiple-choice questions. In Michigan, the written test is comprised of 50 questions, covering any topic found in your handbook. You will need to get 80 percent of the questions correct to be able get your permit and begin learning to drive a motorcycle. Our practice test is an invaluable resource for you because we offer a random sampling of questions from the pool of possibilities.