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Mississippi Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 4

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

If you're considering driving a motorcycle in Mississippi, you will need to earn a permit by taking several exams. Our motorcycle permit practice test will help you do so with ease.

Advantages of Taking our Motorcycle Permit Practice Test

Despite the fact that a Mississippi motorcycle permit and a learner's permit are entirely separate things, the process that each prospective driver must undertake are very similar, both involving the same type of tests. If you have applied for and received any type of license before, then you should know what to expect. However, if you have not, you should know that every driver, once they have entered their application at the DPS, must complete a series of aptitude tests, including a written examination and a driving skills test. This is to ensure that you are competent enough to operate a vehicle. While you will simply need confidence and an awareness of how to ride a motorcycle to pass the on-cycle exam, the written exam asks you to put your knowledge to the test. Our practice quiz will help you by testing you on the various Mississippi motorcycle driving rules that make up the majority of the final exam. There is also a smaller portion devoted to the understanding of Mississippi traffic signals, which you can better prepare for by taking our Mississippi Road Signs and Signals Practice Test.

Our practice test is designed to emulate the motorcycle permit test as much as possible to give you a much better chance of passing the permit test on your first attempt. The question layout and overall subject matter is highly similar with such questions as what to do when riding on slippery surfaces and what motorcyclists should do if they find that they are fatigued while driving. As the questions on both the practice quiz and permit test are from the same Mississippi traffic laws, you can find all the related information within the Ride Within Your Abilities section of the Mississippi Motorcycle Operator Manual. The practice test requires an 80 percent pass rate out of 25 questions. It's recommended that you take this test multiple times because each time will allow you to increase your chances of passing the final exam.

Mississippi DPS Sample Test Questions

An arm extended straight down with the palm facing back indicates a(n):
  • U-Turn.
  • Full stop.
  • Slow down.
  • Left turn.
Before taking your vehicle off the road, you must first _________.
  • Slow down.
  • Turn on hazard lights.
  • Signal to drivers behind you.
  • Honk at oncoming traffic.
Having too much to drink can definitely hinder someone's ability to operate a motor vehicle. What are the best steps to stop an intoxicated friend from getting behind the wheel of a motor vehicle.?
  • Use peer pressure to make sure that the friend knows it isn't okay to drive.
  • Slow their drinking down. Occupy their mind with something else to keep them from drinking quickly.
  • Arranging alternative transportation or a safe ride home for your friend.
  • Doing anything you can to keep them in the location and away from their motor vehicle.
  • All of the listed answers.
How can you increase your chances of being safe at an intersection? Do all of the following, except _______.
  • Turn on your headlight at all times.
  • Be aware and look for potential trouble at all times.
  • Depend on eye contact from other motorists.
  • Hover over the brakes and clutch for fast reactions.
  • Allow enough room between you and other vehicles to make a cushion.
How will you NOT be judged on your on-motorcycle skill test by your examiner?
  • The speed with which you can finish all the tests.
  • Completing stops in a timely and safe manner.
  • Ability to navigate turns and swerves.
  • Choosing the proper speed to perform the required maneuvers.
  • Selecting the best path and staying within the marked areas and paths.