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Nebraska Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2

Are you ready for your DMV Motorcycle Test? Find out NOW by taking our FREE NE Motorcycle Practice Test online. We offer 25 original, multiple choice questions formed directly from the information in your own Nebraska manual.
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Nebraska Motorcycle Permit Practice Test

Prepare for your Nebraska motorcycle permit test with our practice tests. Learn the rules of the road and the special requirements for operating a motorcycle in the state of Nebraska.

In Nebraska, you will need a special license to operate a motorcycle and some mopeds. You may be required to take a written test as well as a motorcycle skills test to earn your motorcycle license. Driving a motorcycle is very different from driving an automobile. There are many unique requirements for a motorcycle rider. Take advantage of our practice tests to gain the knowledge you need to pass your test.

Nebraska Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

Before you take a motorcycle permit practice test, read the Nebraska DMV Motorcycle Operator Manual. Once you feel comfortable with the information in the manual, you can take the Road Signs and Signals practice test. Interpreting signs and signals correctly is vital to safe driving. You can take this practice test multiple times to see randomized questions about road signs. Learn to recognize the various colors and shapes of Nebraska road signs as you repeat the practice test.

There are five versions of the motorcycle practice test. You must answer 20 questions correctly to pass. Our practice tests resemble the Nebraska motorcycle permit exam so that you will gain familiarity with the types of questions you will see. You will be asked questions on how to control your motorcycle and avoid crashes. You should understand how to handle dangerous surfaces and how to get off the road safely. Know the requirements for keeping adequate space between you and other vehicles. Expect to see questions about your responsibility as a motorcycle driver to stay visible to other drivers. There may also be questions on group riding or riding with a passenger. Repeat these practice tests several times to help you prepare for your exam.

You may want to review the Nebraska Drivers Manual before you take your motorcycle permit test. It has additional information that is not in the motorcycle manual. Study well, pass your exam and ride safe.


A street-legal motorcycle should have which of the following?
  • Front and rear brakes.
  • At least two mirrors.
  • Headlight, tail-light, and brake-light.
  • Adequate turn signals, and a horn.
  • All of the answers listed.
Can a motorcyclists rely on his horn during an emergency situation?
  • Yes. Of course, a motorcycle horn is as loud and effective as a passenger vehicle's.
  • Yes. A motorcyclist can depend on his horn, but it's just in an awkward position.
  • No. A motorcyclist's horn is not as loud as a passenger vehicle's
  • Not only. A motorcycle's horn is not as loud as passenger vehicle's, but it can still work well if you're using other strategies.
  • I don't know.
How often is it recommended for you to take breaks while riding?
  • Only when you think you need to.
  • Every one hour.
  • Every two hours.
  • Every four hours.
  • Every three hours.
If you lend your motorcycle to a friend or someone else, you should ___________.
  • Make sure they are licensed and know how to ride.
  • At the very least, make sure they are licensed.
  • You need not worry about them. If they didn't know how to ride or weren't licensed, they wouldn't have agreed to borrow the motorcycle.
  • None of the listed answers.
To help reduce the dangers of fatigue, experienced riders try to keep their distance under _______ hours a day.
  • 7
  • 5
  • 3
  • 6