Connecticut Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2017 | CT

Looking to get your motorcycle permit or license in Connecticut? Motorcycle permits in the state of Connecticut are optional however you will still need to get your “M” endorsement to operate a motorcycle. If you do opt for the permit, you must be at least 16 to apply, and if you are under 18, you will need to submit a notarized Certificate of Parental Consent. Whether you apply for your license with or without a permit, you are still...

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Looking to get your motorcycle permit or license in Connecticut? Motorcycle permits in the state of Connecticut are optional however you will still need to get your “M” endorsement to operate a motorcycle. If you do opt for the permit, you must be at least 16 to apply, and if you are under 18, you will need to submit a notarized Certificate of Parental Consent.

Whether you apply for your license with or without a permit, you are still required to take and pass a a written knowledge test in addition to completing an approved motorcycle safety training course To help you prepare for the test, our experts have developed a Connecticut motorcycle permit practice test designed to help you pinpoint areas where you may need to brush up on.  The practice test contains 20 multiple-choice questions and each question as 4 possible answers. Correct answers will be shown in green while incorrect answers will be shown in red. Answer a question incorrectly and you’ll get immediate feedback with a brief explanation.

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  • Pull the clutch, apply the front brake, and steer to the edge of the road.

  • Turn off the engine and steer to the edge of the road without braking.

  • Apply the rear brake and steer to the edge of the road.

  • Apply both brakes and steer to the edge of the road.

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