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Texas Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 5

Our FREE TX Motorcycle Practice Test is made up of 25 comprehensive, multiple choice questions.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

What Do You Need to Know About Preparing for the Texas Motorcycle Permit Test?

The TX DPS motorcycle permit practice test gives you the best resources to prepare for your upcoming motorcycle permit test. After reviewing the Texas Motorcyclist Handbook and the TX DPS Teen Handbook, you will be ready to take the practice test. This practice test works excellently for first-time motorcyclists as well as others seeking to renew their motorcycle license.

How Does Practicing for the Texas Motorcycle Permit Test Help Me Attain My Goal?

You may think passing a motorcycle driving test is easy, but it requires time and an adequate knowledge of safety and traffic laws. While you must be ready to pass the driving portion of the test, you may benefit from taking two of our other practice exams: the TX DPS road signs and signals and the TX DPS teen permit practice exam.

The Texas motorcycle permit practice test presents you with 12 questions in a similar style to the 25 found on the official DPS test. In order to pass the practice test, you must answer 10 questions correctly. However, you have an unlimited number of attempts to take the practice exam. With each new session of the practice test, a new selection of test questions will be presented. The variance in questions gives you a variety of chances to identify weak points in your studies. Furthermore, each question immediately provides feedback about each correct or incorrect response. The practice test will give you the page number on which the answer to the question may be found in the Texas Motorcycle Handbook. Once you feel you have reviewed the material and taken the practice tests plenty of times, you will be full of confidence and ready to head down to your local DMV.

Examples

A wobble is where the front wheel and handlebars start shaking. What is the wrong thing to do if you want to prevent a wobble from occurring on your motorcycle?
  • Position the load you are carrying high and as far back as possible.
  • Make sure that the front wheel is not bent or out of balance.
  • Make sure the windshields and fairings are properly mounted.
  • Position the load you are carrying low and as far forward as possible.
  • Make sure the tire pressure is set correctly.
Almost all wobbles can be traced to what?
  • All of the listed answers.
  • Improper loading of cargo or items.
  • Unsuitable after-market accessories.
  • Incorrect tire pressure.
  • None of the listed answers.
As a beginning rider, which of the following should you not do?
  • Get every add-on possible.
  • Read the owner's manual.
  • Be familiar with the controls.
  • Check the bike before each ride.
Because three-wheel motorcycles cannot lean, what can they not do that two-wheel motorcycles can?
  • They cannot countersteer.
  • They cannot drive in a straight line as easily.
  • They cannot adjust to sudden changes as quickly.
  • They cannot accelerate as quickly.
  • They cannot decelerate as quickly.
For a safe riding position, how should your knees be placed?
  • As far forward as physically possible.
  • Against the gas tank to help with balancing.
  • Held away from the gas tank to avoid malfunction.
  • In a backward position.