FREE Minnesota DMV Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 4 2018 | MN

Erase your worries about the state motorcycle written test by taking our Minnesota Motorcycle Practice Test 4 today. This test is designed to challenge your knowledge of safe motorcycle operation and ensure that you are ready to pass the real test.  There are 25 questions covering the Minnesota Motorcycle Operator’s Manual. The questions are presented in the same format as on the real test that you will take at the Minnesota DVS. We have also added several bonus features to this practice test to help you make the most of your study time. For instance, there are:

  • Unlimited attempts – take the test multiple times to ensure you learn the content
  • Random question order – questions are reordered each time you take the test
  • Personalized score reports – help you identify your subject matter strengths and weakness
  • Progress tracker – tell how you are doing during the test with a glance

What About the Test Questions

What are your responsibilities when riding a motorcycle? What are the fundamentals of basic motorcycle operation? You’ll find answers to questions like these on this practice test. There may also be questions on group riding, riding on slippery surfaces, turning, maneuvering in traffic, stopping quickly and more.

Before you head out on the “Welch Village Twisties Run,” a winding road which goes right through a valley that looks like a scene from a Western movie, you need to earn your license.

Before you take the “Hardwood Tour” on Highway 60, which runs through the middle of the Richard J Dorer Memorial Hardwood State Forest and offers you views of forest land, streams, wildlife and more, you need to earn your license.

Before you take the Triple State Mississippi River Run, which offers beautiful views of the Mississippi River and neighboring bluffs and hills, you need to earn your license.

Take our practice test now to ensure you pass the real written test on your first attempt. You need to answer at least 20 of the questions correctly to pass. Good luck!

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