FREE Washington DMV Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 3 2018 | WA

The Washington Motorcycle Practice Test Three is filled with challenging questions to test your motorcycle knowledge and prepare you to pass the Washington motorcycle written test. If you’ve been dreaming about riding your motorcycle on Washington roads, this practice is a great first step toward turning those dreams into reality.  Twenty-five questions taken from the Washington Motorcycle Operator’s Manual make up the heart of this practice test. The test is also formatted like the real test that you will take at the Washington DOL to further help you prepare. This test is:

  • 100% free=
  • Developed by experts to maximize your study efforts
  • Informative – as it gives detailed answer explanations to each question
  • Delivered via the Internet so you can study at your own pace and according to your own schedule

There are 25 multiple choice questions that were all written by experts to prepare you for the content that you will find on the real exam. Here are a couple of sample questions that you may find on the test:

If your motorcycle has a fuel supply valve where will you find it? What are three ways that you can let other drivers know of your intentions when riding a motorcycle?

Once you complete this practice test you will be one step closer to earning your license and riding your motorcycle in Washington, which is home to several great motorcycle roads.

For instance, there is the Klickitat Loop, which starts in Bingen, WA, and includes several features that will challenge your riding skills. There is also good scenery and a few truly great views but the ride more than makes up for any scenery deficiencies with its sweeping turns, straightaways, tight twisties and abundance of switchbacks.

This road is a lot of fun to ride and can make you feel glad that you have a motorcycle and your license. To see if you are ready to take the real written test and earn your license, take our practice test now. You need to answer at least 20 questions correctly to pass.

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