FREE Oklahoma DPS Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2021 | OK

You need to have a very good understanding of safe motorcycle operation to pass the Oklahoma motorcycle written test. Find out if you have that knowledge with Oklahoma Motorcycle Practice Test 1. Specially created by experts, this practice test is very similar to the real test.  After studying the Oklahoma Motorcycle Operator’s Manual our experts have written 25 multiple choice questions to test your motorcycle knowledge. They have also formatted this test like the one that you will take at the Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Information office. This practice test is:

  • Challenging – The questions cover the same content as the questions on the real test
  • Informative – The personalized score report will help you identify your strengths and weaknesses
  • Convenient – The test is mobile friendly so you can take it on your phone or tablet
  • Educational – Instant feedback gives you the right answer to questions you miss

What About the Questions That Make Up the Test

What is the best way to stop quickly? What are the two most common mistakes made by crash-involved riders? You’ll find questions like these on this practice test.

You may also find questions on subjects ranging from riding in traffic to group riding to riding in bad weather to turning to avoiding obstacles and more.

This test serves as great preparation for passing the official written test and earning your license. Then with your license, you’ll be able to head out on your motorcycle and view Oklahoma scenery, which is made up primarily of flat prairie grasslands as well as some rolling hills. However, the state is also home to four mountain ranges – the Ouachita Mountains, the Arbuckle Mountains, the Wichita Mountains, and the Ozark Mountains. Oklahoma also has more man-made lakes than any other state.

Ready to view the best your state has to offer? Take our practice test to see if you are ready to earn your license. You need to answer at least 20 questions correctly in order to pass.

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