FREE Tennessee DMV Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2 2020 | TN
Tennessee Motorcycle Practice Test Two is similar to our first practice test in that it has been designed by experts to help you practice for the state motorcycle written exam. This practice test contains 25 more questions and also has a similar format to the real test.
About This TN Motorcycle Practice Test
Our experts scoured the Tennessee Motorcycle Operator’s Manual and came up with 25 more multiple-choice questions to gauge your understanding of safe motorcycle operation. To help you prepare even more for that official exam, the experts also formatted this test like the real one that you will take at the Tennessee Title & Registration office.
This practice test:
- Allows you to quickly learn about basic motorcycle control, safety and operation
- Allows you to study when you want and at your own pace
- Lets you take the test as many times as you want
- Is fun and easy to use
- Is incredibly informative
- Is amazingly effective at preparing you for the real test
About the Questions on the Test
Does each traffic lane give a motorcyclist four paths of travel? When is the road most slippery when raining? These are samples of questions that may be on the test. There may also be questions on group riding, riding in bad weather, swerving, turning, safety gear, motorcycle maintenance, entering an intersection and more.
For motorcyclists, the Smoky Mountains in the Eastern part of Tennessee offer several scenic and challenging roadways. One very challenging road is US Highway 129 at Deal’s Gap in the Smoky Mountains. This road has a whopping 318 turns and is otherwise known as “the Dragon.” Another interesting ride in Tennessee is from Chattanooga to Lookout Mountain. While a relatively short ride, the route offers a number of small, side roads that you can take to further explore the area.
To try “the Dragon” or another motorcycle road in Tennessee, you need to earn your license. Take our practice test to assess your readiness to pass the state motorcycle written test.