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Virginia Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2

Are you ready for your DMV Motorcycle Test? Find out NOW by taking our FREE VA Motorcycle Practice Test online. We offer 25 original, multiple choice questions formed directly from the information in your own Virginia manual.
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Preparing for the Virginia Drivers License Test

Residents of Virginia or those moving into the state must take a written test in order to obtain a Virginia drivers license. Our site has tools and practice tests available to help prepare. Even the most experienced drivers can benefit from a review of the rules of the road in the state of Virginia, and those moving from out of state may not be aware of regulations that may differ from their previous state. We offer tools and resources, such as the Virginia DMV Driver's Manual and a DMV practice test, to help you prepare.

Virginia Drivers License Practice Test Description

Our VA DMV practice test consists of 20 questions that are based on the actual written Virginia drivers license test. We have two tests available, one for those preparing for a license renewal and a test for drivers that are new to Virginia. During the test, it is possible to navigate backwards to previous questions should you decide to change an answer. After answering the 20 multiple-choice questions, you will be able to see your overall score and whether your percentage was high enough to pass. Below your score, you will find all of the answers to each of the 20 questions, as well as your correct and incorrect choices. There is an option to retake our DMV practice test at the bottom of the list of answers. The test can be taken as many times a necessary to fully prepare. An official Virginia Drivers Manual is readily available on our site for easy reference after you have taken the VA DMV practice test.

Our site also offers many other tips and guides relating to taking DMV tests such as tips to pass the behind-the-wheel portion of your license exam and many general driver safety articles.


After you turn, you should remember to _____.
  • Speed up.
  • Slow down.
  • Turn your signal off.
  • Stop.
Always be _______ about your lane positioning.
  • Strict.
  • Flexible.
  • Unbending.
  • Consistent.
How should one ride over a grating?
  • In a relaxed straight line.
  • In a zigzag.
  • At an angle.
  • As fast as possible.
If your group is larger than ____ riders you should split into smaller groups.
  • 2
  • 10
  • 3
  • 5
Keeping distance provides which of the following?
  • A cushion of space.
  • Room to maneuver.
  • Time to react.
  • All listed answers.