Motorcycle Test


The first part of obtaining a motorcycle endorsement in Connecticut includes a knowledge exam. Our practice tests are specifically designed based off of the official Connecticut DMV motorcycle test, while also being able to be taken as much as you want. The best way to do well on these tests is to read through the Connecticut Motorcycle Operator’s Manual which can be found at your local DMV or downloaded online. As a tip make sure to carefully study any portions of the test you get wrong. Going through these tests repeatedly will make you comfortable enough to take the written knowledge test for real. Click the "Start Test" button below to begin.

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Where will you usually find the fuel supply valve on a motorcycle?

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When braking, you should use:

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If your motorcycle starts and then cuts out shortly after and will not restart, the most likely issue is:

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In hot weather, wearing a riding jacket:

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You will normally find neutral where on a motorcycle?

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Why do motorcycles need more attention than cars?

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If your rear tire locks up how can you regain control of your motorcycle?

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To reduce your chances of being in a crash you should:

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Your lane position should allow you to:

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Taking corners too fast:

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How should the throttle respond when you release it?

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The best way to avoid a crash is to:

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As you ride you should monitor your path of travel up to where you will be in how many seconds?

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If you have to brake during a curve, the first thing you should do is:

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Riding with a passenger:

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The best way to learn motorcycle maintenance is to:

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A helmeted rider is how many times more likely to survive a crash than a rider not wearing a helmet?

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In slow tight turns you should counterbalance, which means...?

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As you go through a braking maneuver, the changes in traction tells you that you should:

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When approaching an intersection:

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When positioning yourself in a lane:

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Shifting into a lower gear causes an effect similar to:

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When riding with a passenger in a sidecar you should always:

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When riding at night, your following distance should be:

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When should you reduce your following distance?

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Motorcycle License

How To Get A Connecticut Motorcycle License

In order to operate any vehicle on the road, you're going to need a license and a motorcycle is no different. Getting the proper endorsement in the state of Colorado includes a few steps such as a written exam, vision test, and on-skills test. If you have satisfied all these requirements you can obtain an M or 3 endorsement - the former allows for the driving of all motorcycles while the 3 is limited to three-wheelers only. Before you can even attempt this testing you must first have a Connecticut driver's license. Learner's permits are available and are recommended for anyone who just wants to practice. If under the age of 18 you must have a certificate of parental consent. These permits only last 60 days and have numerous restrictions based on the time of the day and access to highways.

If you are unsure that you can pass either the knowledge or on-skills test than an approved safety course was meant for you.The Connecticut Rider Education Program (CONREP) for Motorcycle Safety includes a long list of accredited schools. In these schools, you will be learning the basics of how these vehicles operate and safe maneuvers to take. This schooling is done in the classroom and in a hands-on driving environment. Once you pass through these courses you will be given a certificate of completion that can then be taken to your local DMV, where you will be given a motorcycle endorsement.

If you have a motorcycle license from another state or through the military you may be eligible for a waiver of the testing. Get in contact with your local Connecticut DMV location.

Motorcycle Test

Connecticut Motorcycle License Test Tips

In the knowledge exam, you will be tested to see if you know all the ins and outs of motorcycle operation, safe driving practice, and general traffic signals. The purpose of this test is to make sure you know the basics so you can better practice and eventually pass your skills test. In this test, you will be given 25 multiple-choice questions with a passing grade being a minimum of 20 answered correctly. If you use this site with the operator's manual you will be armed with all the information you need to ace this portion of the exam.

The on-cycle skills portion is when all your practice and knowledge are really tested. This short test will have you on your motorcycle with an instructor watching what you do. This examiner will score you on a variety of factors like acceleration, turning safely, adjusting speed, and swerving. More advanced skills involving quick turns, quick stops, and unusual maneuvers will also be tested. Testing is done through an approved safety course throughout the state of Connecticut, many of which can be found here.

Additional Information

Information on the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles

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

Phone:  800.842.8222

To find the office hours and / or location nearest you, please visit:

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