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Nebraska Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 4

Get a sneak peek of the questions you may find on the Nebraska Motorcycle Test. Our FREE NE Motorcycle Practice Test has questions just like the ones on the real DMV test. Take out FREE practice test today!
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Nebraska Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

To meet the requirements of getting a Nebraska motorcycle permit, you'll need to pass several driving tests. Our thorough motorcycle permit practice test boosts your chances of doing so. By taking our randomized quiz several times, you'll gain the knowledge and experience to help you get through the official Nebraska motorcycle exam.

Get the Help You Need with Our Practice Motorcycle Permit Test

Earning a motorcycle permit allows you to explore the vast open roads of Nebraska. However, you can't just walk into the BMV and get a permit to be a motorcycle operator. You're required to pass an on-the-road test and a written test first. While you could go into the BMV without preparing yourself for these tests, you'll have a better chance of passing if you take our practice motorcycle permit test several times beforehand.

Our practice test for motorcycle permits consists of randomized questions in a multiple-choice format. You'll find that all the questions on our practice quiz and the official exam come straight from the information available in the Nebraska motorcycle driver's handbook. Your exam will include 25 questions and you must answer at least 20 correctly to earn your permit. You should plan to take the practice quiz many times before your test day arrives because each time you take the practice test, you'll get some new questions. Our practice quiz helps you familiarize yourself with the types of questions and the subject matter. You may see questions asking you to identify the speed limit interstate, or you may be asked to recognize a safe following distance. Full understanding of these driving laws is essential to your passing the test and your safety as a motorcycle driver.

After you've taken our practice permit test several times, you'll be able to approach the Nebraska BMV office with confidence. While our practice permit test focuses on the driving laws portion of the motorcycle exam, you'll also need to be familiar with the state's traffic signals and road signs. You will have several questions about these subjects on your test as well. To prepare yourself for those, take our Nebraska road signs quiz a few times. You can also stay up to date on the latest developments in Nebraska driving laws by visiting our driving blog.

Examples

At what angle should you cross railroad tracks, if you need to?
  • A 45 degree angle.
  • A 90 degree angle.
  • A 60 degree angle.
  • None of the listed answers.
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.
During what situation might you need to swerve or turn quickly?
  • When a large deer suddenly runs in front of you.
  • There is never a time when you should swerve or turn quickly.
  • If you're paying attention to the road you won't ever need to swerve or turn quickly.
  • A motorcyclist should swerve and turn quickly when making any turn to make sure that is accomplished quickly and safely.
Heavy weights or loads on a motorcycle __________.
  • Don't really change much of anything. You can ride normally.
  • Change the way the motorcycle balances, speeds up, and slows down. Only an experienced motorcyclist can handle it.
  • Improves the handling of a motorcycle, overall. It should take little or no practice to handle.
  • None of the listed answers.
If a ________ tire goes flat while driving, the motorcycle might jerk to either side.
  • Left front.
  • Front.
  • Rear.
  • Passenger side.