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New York Driver's License Practice Test

This FREE NY Driver's License Practice Test shows you what kind of questions to expect on your New York Driver's License Test. The online test is quick, free, and gives you immediate results backed by detailed explanations.
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Preparing for the New York Motorcycle Permit Test

One of the tasks that motorcycle owners must accomplish to obtain a permit in the state of New York is to pass a motorcycle permit test. It is necessary for you to prepare to successfully pass the test in order to receive your permit.

How to prepare for your motorcycle permit test

There are a few steps you can take to ensure that you are prepared when the time comes to take your test. The first thing that you should do is obtain a New York Motorcycle License Handbook. This handbook not only contains everything you need to know to pass the permit test, but also holds valuable information concerning the traffic laws as they relate to motorcycles as well as vital motorcycle safety information. Reading and studying this manual thoroughly will give you a strong knowledge base concerning motorcycle regulations, and give you a better chance of passing your New York motorcycle permit test. An online copy of the handbook is available.

A second and vital step before you take the official permit test is to attempt an online motorcycle permit practice test. An excellent source for a free online practice test is located here. This quiz is specifically designed with the official New York permit test in mind. The quiz consists of 12 questions chosen at random that relate to New York DMV regulations. Once you complete the motorcycle permit practice test, you will be able to view the percentage of correct answers and a list of all 12 questions and answers in the quiz you have just taken. It is important to study the answers that you have incorrectly chosen to effectively prepare for the official test. This practice quiz can be taken multiple times, and you should take it as many times as possible to see the full range of questions which may appear on the official test.


Alcohol consumption:
  • Reduces your ability to react efficiently and safely.
  • Slows down your reaction time.
  • None of the listed answers are correct.
  • Improves your reactions.
An over-the-counter cold medicine, mixed with alcohol, may:
  • Have similar effects to alcohol, or worse.
  • Cause hallucinations.
  • Make you very ill.
  • Kill you.
As a prepared driver, you should NOT:
  • Sit in an ucomfortable but vertical position.
  • Use the vehicle ahead as a point of focus.
  • Keep both hands on the steering wheel.
  • Scan the road ahead.
  • None of the listed answers are correct.
Destination signs are:
  • Green with white letters and symbols.
  • Blue with white letters and symbols.
  • Yellow with black letters or symbols.
  • White with black letters or symbols.
  • White with red letters or symbols.
Drivers under 21 years old are approximately 4 percent of the driving population, but account for:
  • 7% of alcohol or drug-related fatalities.
  • 85% of alcohol or drug-related fatalities.
  • 25% of alcohol or drug-related fatalities.
  • 55% of alcohol or drug-related fatalities.