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Wisconsin Motorcycle Permit Practice Test

Earn your Motorcycle License with ease! Our FREE WI Motorcycle Practice Test offers realistic questions designed to help you be completely prepared, and pass the Wisconsin DMV test with ease.
25
Questions number
5
Mistakes Allowed
80%
Passing Score

Wisconsin Motorcycle Permit Test Description

Your motorcycle permit test can include any of the information found in the driver's manual, which makes our practice tests a great way to judge how much you have learned.

Our WI Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Helps You Succeed

If you are a teenager, it might seem like learning all the information in your driver's manual before taking your test is an insurmountable task. However, it is not as hard as you might think. As an adult learner, you might find that traffic laws and driver safety rules have changed since you first got your license, so you will need to master these new rules before learning how to drive a motorcycle. To get a copy of the Wisconsin driver's manual, you can stop by your local office or simply download a copy here. Before taking one of our practice exams, you will want to read through the manual. Taking our practice tests is designed to reinforce the information you have already learned.

With our practice tests, you will gain confidence and be better prepared to learn how to drive a motorcycle. You will want to take our tests as often as you can because you will consistently find new questions and information presented. From driver safety and road signs to traffic laws, there are many possible questions that could appear on your motorcycle permit test. Our questions are randomly selected from a pool written from the information found in your driver's handbook. As you get questions correct, you can concentrate your study time on new sections until you have mastered those topics as well. Eventually, you will begin to wonder why you ever worried about passing this test.

You will take your motorcycle permit test on a screen on test day, and you'll need to get at least 80 percent of the questions correct before earning your motorcycle permit. Most of your questions will be in multiple-choice format with an occasional true or false thrown into the mix. Being familiar with the testing format presents a big advantage for you. When you feel like you are ready, it is time to take your test.

Examples

A person under the age of 18 may be exempt from completing a basic rider course if _______.
  • They do not have enough money in their bank account.
  • They have an expired license.
  • If they fill out the necessary form explaining their reasoning.
  • They already have a license in another state or they lived more than 50 miles from a course.
A Type 2 motorcycle has at least _____ wheels touching the ground.
  • 3
  • 4
  • 2
  • 5
As a beginning rider, which of the following should you not do?
  • Read the owner's manual.
  • Be familiar with the controls.
  • Check the bike before each ride.
  • Get every add-on possible.
Drivers on an entrance ramp may not see you when merging into traffic, it is recommended that you do which of the following?
  • Speed up to quickly pass the oncoming car.
  • Change to another lane if available.
  • Slow down considerably to allow room for the car to merge.
  • Squeeze in to the next lane between two cars.
  • Continue at your normal pass and make the merging car wait for the next available merging position.
If a motorcycle weaves after riding through grooves and gratings?
  • Don't panic, continue with a steady speed and ride straight through.
  • Quickly pull over, turn around and take another street.
  • Reduce your speed.
  • Ride at a walking pace.
  • Increase your speed.