FREE Massachusetts RMV Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2 2020 | MA
Before you take the Massachusetts motorcycle written test take the Massachusetts Motorcycle Practice Test to see if you are ready. There are 40 multiple choice questions on this test. Each question comes directly from the Massachusetts Motorcycle Operator’s Manual, which is the resource that is also used for the questions on the state’s real written motorcycle test. We have also formatted this practice test like the real test to further help you prepare to pass on your first visit to the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles.
We are confident that you will find this test to be challenging and informative. Here is just some of what you get with this test:
- Mobile friendly: You can access the practice tests from any device
- Instant feedback: When you get a question wrong you’ll immediately learn the right answer
- Unlimited attempts: You can take the test as many times as you like
- Performance Tracking: You can easily track your performance at a glance as you take the test
What Types of Questions are on the Test
On this test you can expect to find questions that thoroughly test your motorcycle knowledge. From preparing your motorcycle to ride to avoiding hazards to riding on slippery surfaces to what safety gear to wear, this test will challenge you.
For example, do you know the best formation to use when riding in a group? Do you know what position inexperienced riders should ride in when in a group?
You’ll find questions like these on the test to help prepare you to receive your license and start riding Massachusetts’ scenic roadways – like Route 66 to Northampton, which bypasses state parks, farmland and mountains, and the Quabbin Reservoir Loop, which includes views of farmland, forests and sleepy little towns.
Or how about riding to Salem, Gloucester and Annisquam Village? These locations along the North Shore offer views of scenic towns, beaches, museums and if you are lucky maybe even some whales!
Take this practice test now to see if you are ready to take and pass the real written test and get out on Massachusetts’ roads.