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Montana Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2

Are you ready for your MVD Motorcycle Test? Find out NOW by taking our FREE MT Motorcycle Practice Test online. We offer 25 original, multiple choice questions formed directly from the information in your own Montana manual.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Montana Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

Before getting your Montana motorcycle permit, you'll need to successfully complete some testing. Our motorcycle practice test will help you rev up your mental motors so that you're ready.

Why Our Practice Test Works

Defensive driving is something every driver needs to practice, but it is especially vital for motorcyclists because of their increased vulnerability to serious injury. To ensure that the individuals riding motorcycles on Montana's roads are as well-prepared as possible, the state has crafted a demanding written knowledge exam for people who wish to obtain a motorcycle permit. Questions on this comprehensive exam cover a wide array of topics that are important for motorcyclists. These include strategies for handling common situations that riders encounter, safe riding practices, safe practices for riding in a group, traffic laws, road signage, road surfaces, mechanical issues and equipment requirements. This information is readily available in the MVD's Montana Motorcycle Supplement.

If reading through the MVD's handbook has left you feeling overwhelmed, don't fret. Instead, take our motorcycle permit practice test. It's an easy way to assess what you have learned and what information you need to explore further. Repeat the test as often as you like, whenever you like. Doing so is a great way to review the facts you need to pass the motorcycle permit test. This is the exact same information you'll need to know to stay safe when riding on Montana's roads, so it is critical that you understand it. Once you're confident that you do, you're ready to face the MVD's real test.

To be eligible to sit for Montana's motorcycle permit test, you must hold a valid drivers license and be at least 16 years old. Fifteen-year-olds who have completed the proper driver education program may also try their hand at the test. It is a written exam comprised of 25 multiple-choice questions. Since our test is designed to imitate the real test, if you've studied with our motorcycle permit practice test, then you've seen questions like these before. Answer at least 20 of these questions accurately to receive a passing score of 80 percent. Once you've done so, you will be issued your Montana motorcycle permit, sometimes referred to as a motorcycle learner license. It is valid for one year and allows you to ride while being supervised by a licensed motorcyclist. Once you've gained some experience riding, you are expected to return to pass the skills portion of Montana's motorcycle test. Both the written knowledge and on-road skills test must be completed within one year to receive a motorcycle license.

Examples

A separate ____ is required by some states to operate a 3-wheeled vehicle.
  • Helmet.
  • License.
  • Shoes.
  • None of the answers listed.
How many seconds should you search your path before making a lane change?
  • 5
  • 12
  • 10
  • 7
How should you keep your knees when turning while riding a motorcycle?
  • Up in the air.
  • As close to the ground as possible.
  • Against the gas tank.
  • Against the handlebars.
  • Spread apart as far as possible.
How should you prevent a friend who has been drinking from riding while intoxicated?
  • Arrange for an alternative mode of transportation that ensures their safe passage home.
  • Involve them in other activities to help their pace of drinking.
  • Use other friends to pressure them into refraining from such action.
  • Do anything you can to keep them there and off their motorcycle.
  • All of the answers listed.
If you are involved in a crash, injury is less likely if you do what?
  • If you wear a DOT compliant helmet, face or eye protection, and protective clothing.
  • If you wear a DOT compliant helmet.
  • If you wear protective clothing along with padded knee guards.
  • If you make sure your motorcycle is sturdy.
  • None of the listed answers.