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South Dakota Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 4

Get a sneak peek of the questions you may find on the South Dakota Motorcycle Test. Our FREE SD Motorcycle Practice Test has questions just like the ones on the real DPS test. Take out FREE practice test today!
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South Dakota Motorcycle Permit Test Description

Your South Dakota permit test is designed to make sure you understand the basic traffic laws and driver safety rules before hitting the road. Our practice tests can help you maximize your study time.

Our SD Motorcycle Permit practice Test Helps You Pass

If you have been driving for years, you might think taking the motorcycle permit test is not a big deal. As a teenager getting their first permit, you might worry this is more than you can handle. No matter how many years you have been driving, you will need to spend some time studying for your permit test. Laws have changed or been added since your first test. As a teenager, you need to realize that while there is a lot of information, it is just new to you and can be mastered with a little practice. Your permit test is going to be a series of questions based off of the information in your driver

South Dakota DPS Sample Test Questions

How does one make a quick stop?
  • Apply both brakes at the same time.
  • Apply the front brake firmly.
  • Apply the rear brake quickly.
  • Apply the front brake, quickly followed by the rear brake.
  • Apply the rear brake, quickly followed by the front brake.
How many paths of travel does a traffic lane offer?
  • 1
  • 5
  • 2
  • 3
  • 7
If you need to cross tracks that run parallel to your course, you should do so at a ____ degree angle.
  • 30
  • 15
  • 45
  • 90
In good conditions, what space, in seconds, should you keep from the vehicle in front?
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Lane sharing between motorcycles and cars:
  • Is never permitted.
  • Is allowed only during particularly heavy traffic.
  • Is allowed if the motorcycle initiates it, but not the car.
  • Only during passing maneuvers.