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Vermont Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 3

Take our FREE VT Motorcycle Practice Test today and be fully prepared when you take your DMV Motorcycle Test. Learn what kind of questions to expect, and get your test score right away in addition to detailed explanations.
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Vermont Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Description

To obtain a Vermont motorcycle permit and legally ride, you are required to take a motorcycle road skills test and written exam. Our practice tests can aid you with the written exam.

Let Our Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Questions Guide You

Traveling across the state of Vermont on Interstate 89 can be enjoyable if you decide to traverse the route on your motorcycle. However, before you can take a trip like this or legally travel anywhere in the state on your big bike, you will need to obtain a Vermont motorcycle permit. You can get a permit by going to your local Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles, pay a fee and take a written exam that consists of 25 multiple-choice questions. You will need to correctly answer 20 of the questions to qualify for your Vermont motorcycle permit. The final part of the process entails a driving skills test. After you pass this portion, you are able to get your permit. If you are wondering how you can study for the written test, we can definitely help.

Taking the written exam without studying has a high chance of failure as many of the questions can be a little tricky to answer. Fortunately, you can remedy that outcome by taking our practice tests. Before you do that though, it's best to study the Vermont DMV Motorcycle Handbook Manual. This manual has the information that you will need to pass the motorcycle permit test. Inside, you will be able to go through motorcycle related information that discusses topics ranging from motorcycle mechanical gear and operation to traffic signals and driving laws. Use this is a guidebook to help get you up to speed on the information that you will need to know.

After studying the handbook, take our practice tests. They have been designed to simulate 25 multiple-choice questions that you may face when you take the official written test at the Vermont DMV. By going through these tests numerous times, you'll get a feel for the real exam, and you will test your knowledge on the material that you studied in the handbook. The questions being asked will cover road signs and rules, distances for safe travel, what to do after a collision and much more. Immediate answers are given for each question so that you know if you are wrong. Diligently study until you know the material, and you should be fully prepared for test day.

Vermont DMV Sample Test Questions

A skid can occur if you _______.
  • Brake too softly.
  • Brake too slowly.
  • Brake too hard.
  • None of the listed answers.
As a motorcyclist, if you are positioned in the right lane you should be able to _______.
  • Avoid others' blind spots.
  • Increase your ability to see and be seen.
  • Protect your lane from other drivers.
  • Communicate your intentions.
  • All of the listed answers.
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 should you determine the appropriate tire pressure for your vehicle when carrying cargo or passengers?
  • Check your owner's manual.
  • Look up information for your vehicle type (i.e. car, light truck, SUV).
  • Visually inspect your tires after loading your vehicle.
  • Tire pressure is only important if you're carrying a very heavy load.