Florida Motorcycle Practice Permit Test (FL) # 8

You are almost there, don't stop now! Learn 20 new questions for the 2020 Florida motorcycle license test!

  • 20 Questions
  • 80% Passing Score
  • 4 Mistakes Allowed
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Florida Motorcycle Test Facts

  • Questions: 25
  • Correct answers to pass: 20
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish, Vietnamese
Improve your chances of passing the test by reading the official Florida drivers manual Drivers Manual

Any driver wishing to operate a motorcycle on public roadways must first pass the Florida motorcycle written test for 2020 applicants. Operating any vehicle on our nation’s highways requires an understanding of traffic control devices, road rules and safe driving practices. For aspiring motorcyclists, the general knowledge permit test focuses almost exclusively on safety-related topics, as motorcycle riders are among the most at-risk road users. Using the free DMV practice test for Florida applicants we provide, you can find out whether your knowledge of motorcycle permit test topics is good enough to pass the written assessment.

In case you were wondering, the Florida DMV permit test for motorcyclists is the same for all applicants. It does not matter whether you are applying for a first-time permit or an endorsement for an existing license; nor does it matter how old you are when you apply. The Florida DHSMV motorcycle test always contains 25 multiple-choice questions and has a passing threshold of 80%. The study material you will need to prepare for the permit test can be found in the official DMV motorcycle handbook. Our DMV permit practice test will help you get ready for the assessment faster than if you were to rely exclusively on the permit book, by giving you a chance to apply what you have learned to realistic motorcycle test questions. Though it may be something of a relief not to have to rely exclusively on the written manual, it is important to understand that you still need to read it. The DMV written test practice quiz we have built will teach you a little about the motorcycle test topics, but it cannot provide you with the same depth and detail of information as the permit test study guide.

The real Florida motorcycle permit test contains 25 questions – sounds simple right? Do not let the length of the exam mislead you, as these will not be the same 25 questions for every applicant taking the test. Behind the scenes, the DMV manage an enormous database of written test questions and answers which is constantly updated with new material. Every time a new student sits the test, a set of 25 DMV test questions are randomly selected from the database. This means there is no way you can predict which questions you will be asked during the test; to give yourself a good chance of success, you must study every topic thoroughly.

The questions on this DMV Florida practice test have been carefully chosen to realistically represent the spectrum of questions you will likely be asked on the real exam. The topics addressed include accident evasion, swerving and braking techniques, skid control, defensive driving, helmet laws, rules for carrying passengers and safe management of space around your motorcycle. While the motorcycle written test questions and answers on this quiz cover a diverse range of topics, they will all be presented to you in the same way. Just like the real DMV written test questions, our questions are listed above a selection of possible permit test answers. All but one of the listed answers are incorrect and it will be up to you to use what you have learned to choose the right one. Take your time, as there is no time restriction placed on the quiz. If you find yourself stuck between two or more possible answers, use the ‘hint’ and ‘50/50’ support tools to help you narrow down your options. Soon, you will be able to pass the Florida motorcycle practice test without any assistance from the tools at all!