FREE New York DMV Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 4 2018 | NY

Take your practice efforts to the next level with our ‘just-like-the-real-thing’ New York Motorcycle Practice Test 4. This test contains 25 questions designed to challenge your understanding of how to safely operate a motorcycle.

What You Need to Know About This Motorcycle Practice Test

The test’s 25 questions are all multiple-choice and come from the New York Motorcycle Operator’s Manual. The questions are also presented in the same format as on the real test that you will take at the New York DMV.

We have also added several bonus features to this practice test to help you maximize your study efforts. For instance:

  • You can take the test an unlimited number of times
  • Questions are reordered each time you retake the test
  • You can identify what areas you need to study more by looking at your personalized score report
  • You will enjoy instant feedback on each question so you will get the right answer to any questions you answer incorrectly

What About the Test Questions

What is the proper way to swerve when riding your motorcycle? How much of a motorcycle’s potential stopping power is provided by the rear brake?

You may find questions like these on this practice test. You may also find questions on subjects like accelerating, braking, turning, stopping, your riding limits, safety gear and much more.

Take our practice test now to ensure you are ready to get your license and head out on New York’s scenic roadways, like the Fort Lee Loop. This ride starts out in New Jersey on the Palisades Interstate Parkway and takes you past scenic lake views, a tree-lined mountain and much more. There is also the Long Island North Shore Tour, which starts out on Glen Cove Road and takes your through affluent suburban neighborhoods. From the beautiful homes that you will see to the twisting, turning roadway, this is sure to be a fun ride. But remember, you need that license to take it.

See if you are ready by taking our practice test now.

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