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Vermont Motorcycle Permit Practice Test

Earn your Motorcycle License with ease! Our FREE VT Motorcycle Practice Test offers realistic questions designed to help you be completely prepared, and pass the Vermont DMV test with ease.
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Vermont Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

Successfully obtaining a Vermont motorcycle permit can be accomplished by taking a road skills and written test. Prepare for the written motorcycle permit test by studying our practice tests.

Get Help Passing Your Motorcycle Permit Test

Safely operating your motorcycle can help keep you free from injury or worse. To understand the rules, regulations and techniques that you will need to become a legal Vermont motorcycle operator, the state requires you to pass a vision, written and skills test. If you are looking for information on how to study for the written exam, we can help. We have taken information found in the Vermont Motorcycle Handbook and written out multiple-choice questions that will help you study. To really do well when you take the official written Vermont permit test, you will want to study information from the handbook and study our practice tests.

Legal authorities want you to be a safe driver when you operate your motorcycle in the city or travel on Interstate 89. For that reason, they have put together a guidebook that explains traffic laws and safety motorcycle operation. The Vermont DMV motorcycle handbook manual covers motorcycle related topics including information such as riding gear, passing techniques, parking and carrying passengers. Detailed information in the handbook will walk you through all that you need to know to pass your motorcycle permit test. However, to really get a good feel of how the test is constructed and information is presented, you should take a fair amount of time to go through the practice tests we have created.

It's always better to practice taking a test if you can. With that in mind, we suggest that you go through the Vermont motorcycle permit practice tests that we have created. With fresh information in your mind from studying the handbook, you will be able to see if you can successfully answer multiple-choice questions that simulate the actual written Vermont motorcycle permit test. These practice tests ask questions on topics ranging from road signs, rules and regulations to safe helmets or safe traveling distances. Your goal is to correctly answer questions until you feel comfortable with your progress. A passing grade on the real test is 80 percent or above, but you should also remember that learning as much as you can will help aid you when you are out on the streets in Vermont.

Vermont DMV Sample Test Questions

During the motorcycle skills test, you will lose points of you _____.
  • Stall.
  • Eat anything.
  • Use your radio.
  • Ride perfectly.
How long does it take for alcohol to begin affecting the drinker?
  • The drinker will feel the effects within 30 minutes.
  • The drinker will feel the effects within an hour.
  • The drinker will feel the effects within minutes.
  • The drinker will feel the effects within 2 hours.
  • None of the listed answers.
How many of the states have a BAC limit of .08 percent to all riders over the age of 21?
  • All states
  • California, Nevada, and Arizona only
  • New York, Nevada, and Connecticut
  • None of the states have this limit
How should you determine that you have had too much to drink in order to avoid riding your motorcycle under the influence?
  • Count the number of drinks you've had.
  • Exercise your own judgment after drinking.
  • Since your ability to exercise your own judgment is impaired by alcohol, you cannot determine this on your own.
  • Ask your friends if you're okay.
If you know of a friend who has had too much to drink, what can you do to try and protect them?
  • Allow them to drive home because they just need to go to bed.
  • Make them walk home because they are too drunk to drive.
  • Help find them a safe ride home.
  • All of the listed answers.