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Pennsylvania Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2

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

You’re just a permit test away from feeling the wind in your hair while riding on two wheels—and our free Pennsylvania motorcycle permit practice test can help you pass your permit exam on your very first try! Offering only the most up-to-date laws and regulations pertaining to Pennsylvania motorcycle riders, our free online practice test uses actual sample questions and answers that you can expect to see on your PA motorcycle exam, including hand signals, safety equipment, sharing the road, and more.

Our free PA motorcycle permit practice test includes 25 multiple-choice questions with the same format as the real PennDOT permit test. You must answer at least 20 questions correctly to pass. Instant feedback includes detailed explanations for each answer, and a comprehensive review at the end so you can see any missed questions and plan your next study session. Since our PA motorcycle test is always completely free and available to you 24/7, you can retake it whenever you want to track your improvement. It’s easy, convenient, and designed specifically for you as a Pennsylvania motorcyclist.

Pennsylvania Motorcycle Permit Practice Test FAQs:

What questions are on the Pennsylvania motorcycle permit test?

The Pennsylvania motorcycle permit test will quiz you on how to operate a motorcycle in traffic safely, right-of-way and following rules, safety equipment requirements, hand signals, and more.

What’s the difference between a motorcycle permit test and a regular permit test?

A motorcycle permit exam is an additional knowledge test required to earn a motorcycle endorsement on your driver’s license. It will ask questions specific to becoming a motorcycle rider, while the regular permit test (required for all Pennsylvania drivers) pertains to general rules of the road for all vehicle types.

Does this practice test have the same questions as my actual Pennsylvania motorcycle permit test?

Every question on your free Pennsylvania motorcycle practice test has been written using the actual PA motorcycle and driver’s handbooks. The information you’re studying is specific to Pennsylvania driving and riding laws, which means the questions on your practice test are the same as what you can expect to see on your Pennsylvania motorcycle exam. PennDOT often switches up its exact questions from year to year, but the information you’re tested on doesn’t change.

Pennsylvania PENNDOT Sample Test Questions

How does the extra weight of passengers or cargo affect the way your motorcycle rides?
  • It changes how the motorcycle handles.
  • It influences the balance of the motorcycle.
  • It changes how fast the motorcycle speeds up.
  • All of the listed answers are correct.
  • None of the listed answers are correct.
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 are riding an unfamiliar motorcycle, what is something you should NOT do?
  • Check everything before riding.
  • Ride as you normally would on your motorcycle.
  • Learn the gear pattern and work the clutch and throttle.
  • Ride more cautiously than normal.
  • Learn the position of the controls well enough so you can use them without looking.
If you are riding your motorcycle and find yourself chased by a dog, what should you do?
  • Shout at it to frighten it away.
  • Kick at it when it draws close to force it away.
  • Slow down and approach the dog slowly. Then as you near it, accelerate and leave it behind.
  • None of the listed answers.
If you friends have had too much to drink you should __________ .
  • Help them get home.
  • Keep them where they are.
  • Encourage them to slow their alcohol consumption.
  • Have other friends step in to help.
  • All of the listed answers.