The Gem State of Idaho offers a tremendous amount for any rider.  The northern part of the state has lush, thick forests and crystal clear cobalt blue lakes.  Going south you’ll find smooth winding roads that go through stretches of the Rocky Mountains and deep canyons asking to be explored.  South of the city of Boise you’ll encounter desert landscapes and unique rock formations.

But before you get started on your two-wheeled adventure you’ll need a motorcycle license of your own and that means passing the motorcycle written test.  The first step towards preparing for the test starts with becoming familiar with the information found in the official Idaho Motorcycle Manual .

Preparing With the ID Motorcycle Manual

Why just use the handbook when you can test your knowledge with our Idaho motorcycle permit practice test. The practice tests are designed to use the same multiple-choice format while providing you with test questions that cover some of the same material as the real exam.

Topics Covered in the Manual

 The Idaho Motorcycle Manual is an official publication of the Idaho Transportation Department’s Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and contains the following topics and more:

    • Helmet Use
    • Helmet Selection
  • Eye and Face Protection
  • Clothing
  • Becoming Familiar with the Motorcycle Controls
  • Understanding Your Responsibilities as a Rider
  • Shifting Gears
  • Braking
  • Following Another Vehicle
  • “SIPDE”
  • Headlight
  • Signals
  • Brake Light
  • UsingYour Mirrors
  • Riding at Night
    • Quick Stops
    • Slippery Surfaces
    • Stuck Throttle
    • Wobble
    • Drive Train Problems
    • Engine Seizure
    • Animals
    • Flying objects
    • Carrying passengers and cargo
    • Group Riding
    • Alcohol in the Body
    • Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)
    • Alcohol and the Law