Washington Motorcycle Permit Practice Test
You have to take a road test, eye exam and written test in order to get your Washington motorcycle permit. By taking a free motorcycle permit practice test, you can pass the written exam easily.
Take Free Practice Tests to Pass the Written Exam
Taking free practice tests is a great way to learn the material from the driver's manual and test yourself before heading in to take the exam for your Washington motorcycle permit. The written driver's test isn't hard, but there is a lot of information you have to learn, such as what to do in an emergency situation, how to use caution around pedestrians, bike riders and vehicles, and the distance you need to keep from other vehicles on the road.
Free practice tests are fun to take and are presented in the format you encounter in the written exam. You are shown a series of 20 questions, given to you randomly. In order to pass, you must answer 16 correctly. Answers on the practice tests are multiple choice, and you will know as you answer each one whether your answer is correct. If it isn't, the correct response will be given to you along with the page number where it can be found in the driver's manual. You may wish to take the test repeatedly until you are getting consistent 100s, and then you will know you are ready to take the official exam. It would be difficult to find an easier way to study. Things you need to learn are always easier when you are having fun doing them.
Knowing all the answers to the questions that may be posed in your motorcycle permit test gives you confidence as you know it not only prepares you for the road but helps you be the safe rider you wish to be. Start with the Road Signs and Signals test to test your knowledge and have fun at the same time. Then, you can go on and take other practice tests with material covered in the manual and see how you do.