Texas Motorcycle Permit Practice Test
The wide open roads of the Lone Star State are calling, and what better way to enjoy them than with the freedom of your motorcycle? But first, you’ll need to earn your Texas motorcycle permit, and our FREE online TX motorcycle practice test will give you the confidence you need to pass with flying colors. Our test was written for Texas motorcycle riders, using unique, state-specific questions and answers pulled right from the most up-to-date Texas motorcycle laws. Our proven study tools offer the most efficient way to learn quickly so that you can put down the handbook and pass your permit test on the first try.
This free TX motorcycle practice test is made up of 25 multiple-choice questions that mimic the structure of the actual DPS exam. We provide real-time feedback, instant test results, and full explanations with each answer that provide context from the specific law or regulation. Use the review at the end of your test to plan your next study session, and come back to this test multiple times to track your improvement before you head off for your TX motorcycle permit test.
Texas Permit Practice Test FAQs:
How do I pass my Texas motorcycle permit test?
To pass your Texas motorcycle permit test, study your state motorcycle handbook cover to cover—you can be tested on any topic found within it. Then, quiz yourself with our free Texas motorcycle permit practice test to see how much info you’ve retained and which topics you need to study more.
What’s the difference between a motorcycle permit test and a regular permit test?
A motorcycle permit exam is an additional knowledge test specific to earning a motorcycle endorsement on your driver’s license. It will ask questions unique to becoming a motorcycle rider, while the regular permit test pertains to general rules of the road for all vehicle types.
How do I earn my Texas motorcycle endorsement?
To earn your Texas motorcycle endorsement on your license, you must be at least 16 years old. All first-time applicants must first complete a motorcycle safety course—if you’re at least 18 years old, this will qualify you to waive the DPS motorcycle skills exam. if you’re under 18 years old, you are still required to take the on-cycle skills exam with the DPS, and you must also have completed all requirements for your graduated driver’s license.