Missouri Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description
For anyone looking to ride a motorcycle, several tests must be passed before earning a Missouri motorcycle permit. To help with this, we have provided a motorcycle permit practice test for you to take.
What It Takes to Pass the Motorcycle Permit Test
Like any other state, if you want to be able to drive a motorcycle within the state limits of Missouri, you will need to have a Missouri motorcycle permit or a full motorcycle license. A permit provides a few restrictions that you will need to follow closely for several months before becoming eligible to apply for a license. Before the DOR will hand you a permit, there are certain examinations you will be presented with, including an on-cycle exam and a written one that will test your knowledge about Missouri driving regulations. The written exam consists of a portion devoted to driving regulations and another to traffic signals. Our motorcycle permit practice test has been designed to prepare you for the driving regulations section on the written exam by asking you very similar questions.
We want you to go in on test day with full confidence and knowledge that you will pass, so you can take the permit practice test as many times as you want while studying. The types of questions you can expect to see include how to notice when your front tire is flat and what type of road conditions are dangerous to drive on. All this information can be found directly in the Missouri Motorcycle Operator Manual. The practice test will provide you with 25 questions and requires a passing rate of 80 percent. If you would like to prepare for the road signs portion of the exam, try taking our Missouri Road Signs and Signals Practice Test as well.