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New Mexico Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 3

Take our FREE NM Motorcycle Practice Test today and be fully prepared when you take your MVD Motorcycle Test. Learn what kind of questions to expect, and get your test score right away in addition to detailed explanations.
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New Mexico Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Strategies

Several tests are necessary to secure your New Mexico motorcycle permit, making exam preparation critical to success. Working through our practice tests further refines your test-taking skills.

What Makes Our Practice Tests Different?

The freedom of driving out on your motorcycle is something many people want to experience each day. To drive safely, however, you need to pass a series of tests. One of the hardest tests for some people is the written type. Unlike the hands-on exam, you must be able to commit information to memory and properly apply it. Practice tests from our website allow you to concentrate in a comfortable environment well before the actual exam. The point is not to take the practice exam one time and forget about it. You need to practice as many times as possible to feel comfortable with the information.

Read through this blog to get an idea of how you can pass your motorcycle permit test. You'll notice our practice tests allow you to see all the possible topics, including road sign information, motorcycle preventive care and driving laws. Our exams even go over out-of-state information that's critical to safe driving when on a vacation, for example. All of these rules are there to keep you driving safely for years to come. Once you apply all the information in our practice tests, it will be automatic in your mind once the test day arrives. Go over specific information pertaining only to motorcycles, including this blog on splitting traffic.

New Mexico only requires an 80 percent passing score, giving you some room for error. Strive for 100 percent by taking as many exams as possible. You want to see all the different forms the questions take. One simple subject about traffic signals could be approached from a dozen angles, making the questions appear foreign when they're really simple. Just take each one individually and avoid feeling overwhelmed. With all your practice before the test day, the knowledge is in your mind for rapid access. Try to eliminate as many wrong answers within the multiple choice selections as possible to narrow down your final choice. Our practice tests help you decipher multiple choice into easy answers to get you on the road quickly.


A car or motorcycle needs how much of a lane to operate safely?
  • An entire lane.
  • Half of a lane.
  • One third of a lane.
  • Two lanes.
  • None of the answers listed.
Anytime you want to merge with other traffic, you need a gap of how many seconds?
  • Three.
  • Four.
  • Two.
  • One.
How many seconds should you keep, at least, between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you?
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
If not otherwise posted, the maximum speed limit on public highways is what?
  • 45 mph.
  • 55 mph.
  • 65 mph.
  • 75 mph.
If someone is injured during an accident you should ______.
  • Get help and call the police.
  • Do not move the injured unless they are in a burning vehicle.
  • Do not give injured persons anything to drink, not even water.
  • If there is bleeding, apply pressure directly onto the wound with your hand or with a cloth.
  • All of the listed answers.