Alabama
Motorcycle Test

To pass the knowledge portion of the Alabama motorcycle license test you must score at least 21 out of a possible 25 points. You get one point for every correct answer. Our practice test questions below will simulate the written test provided by the Alabama DMV. These free practice tests are designed to help you earn your Alabama motorcycle license and we recommend taking these tests until you can consistently score a 21 or better. These practice tests, along with the Alabama motorcycle operator manual should provide you with the basis of knowledge you need to confidently pass the Alabama motorcycle test. There is no time limit. You may not go back once you answer a question.  Click the “Start Test” button below to begin.

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How To Get an Alabama Motorcycle License

The state of Alabama requires a class M endorsement on your driver license to legally drive a motorcycle. Drivers between the ages of 16 and 18 also need parental consent. An endorsement requires successful completion of the knowledge exam administered by the Department of Public Safety (DPS) or successful completion of a motorcycle safety course.

It is recommended that you review the Alabama motorcycle operator manual as it addresses legal requirements and tips concerning safety and etiquette that are particular to traveling by motorcycle.

 

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation offers courses suitable for all 50 states. The Alabama Motorcycle Safety Program has several locations available around the state and you can find more information about their locations and available courses on their website. Successfully completing an eCourse or RiderCourse will enhance your skills and, in some cases, substitute for a license qualification.

If you are licensed to drive a motorcycle in another state, then your process should be less time-consuming than others applying for a license. All you need is your valid out-of-state license, another primary form of identification (birth certificate, passport, etc.), your social security card, and payment of transfer and licensing fees. All fees are to be paid in cash.

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Alabama Motorcycle License Test Tips

The questions on the Alabama motorcycle test concern several aspects of riding a motorcycle like the potential stopping power the front brake supplies, positioning of feet or how to properly swerve, the most important time to flash your brake light or how to handle a flat tire while riding, how to avoid normal traffic issues, right-of-way and signaling, and avoiding imminent accidents. Even questions that may seem irrelevant like percentage of accidents that occur or fit a certain demographic. If it is in the manual, then it could be on the test.
The Alabama on-cycle skills test takes place off-road and focuses on your ability to perform specific tasks like adjusting speed, braking for normal and quick stops, and braking for normal and quick swerves and turns.

Additional Information

Information on the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency

The ALEA is responsible for testing student drivers and licensing all drivers. To schedule your licensing examination or get more information contact them via:

Website:  https://www.alea.gov/dps/driver-license/driver-license-information
Phone:  334.353.1470
Email:  driverlicenseinfo@alea.gov

To find the office hours and / or location nearest you, please visit:
ALEA License Locations Map

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