Motorcycle Test


Practice makes perfect and this website is set up for you to get a good score on your motorcycle test. Our practice tests are based on the official Delaware written examination, with the biggest difference that you can take these tests as much as you want. The best way to study is to go through the Delaware Motorcycle Manual, which can be picked up at your local DMV or downloaded online. Any questions that you get wrong should be noted and then looked over in the appropriate section in your manual. It is recommended to do this as many times as necessary until you get a perfect score. Click the "Start Test" button below to begin.

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If braking in a curve:

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A pre-ride inspection should be done:

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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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When approaching a curve your priority should be to:

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In car and motorcycle collisions, what percent are caused by the driver failing to properly yield the right-of-way to the rider?

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When checking tire pressure:

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A critical head injury is __________ times more likely when a motorcycle rider is not wearing a helmet during a crash.

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Your handlebars should be adjusted so that they are:

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When approaching an intersection:

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Why do motorcycles need more attention than cars?

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In a motorcycle and car crash, the blame usually falls on:

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If your motorcycle has convex mirrors instead of flat mirrors, practicing with them is helpful because:

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A good way of 'bonding' with your motorcycle is to:

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A motorcycle with a sidecar:

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If you are going too fast when you downshift, you run the risk of:

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A side stand can be dangerous unless it:

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Which of the following should you inspect during a pre-ride check?

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

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Shifting into a lower gear causes an effect similar to:

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If you get tired while riding, the best thing to do is:

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Cold medicine and other over the counter drugs:

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How long can the effects of marijuana last?

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If you can't avoid an obstacle and must ride over it, you should:

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You should check to make sure that your brake light:

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If operating a three-wheeled motorcycle or riding with a sidecar, avoid the far side of the right lane because:

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Motorcycle License

How To Get A Delaware Motorcycle License

Delaware law dictates that anyone who drives a motor-driven vehicle that is two or three-wheeled need a motorcycle endorsement. If you are over the age of 18 you must pass both a written examination and road skills test first. Those under 18 can also get their license but they will have to jump through a few more hoops such as completing a Driver Education class, have written permission from a parent or guardian, and complete 12 months of supervised driving experience with a motorcycle permit. A good first step to practicing on a motorcycle is first obtaining your permit. Passing the written portion of the exam is the only part required. Permits are valid for six months and can be extended once for another six. Multiple restrictions are put on these permits such as no passengers, no night driving, and an approved helmet must be worn.

Delaware motorcycle safety classes can help you pass both portions of the motorcycle exam. These range from novice to more experienced, with special classes dedicated to 3-wheel drivers. In these courses, you will go over all the bits of how a motorcycle works, what you need to do as a driver, and some important considerations when driving. You'll learn both in the classroom and out of it. Those who complete this course will get a certificate that can be turned in proving that you passed the examination needed for the motorcycle endorsement. Look over the list of classes to see which one fits you best.

If you just moved to Delaware and already have your motorcycle endorsement from another state you can waive the knowledge and skills portion of Delaware's motorcycle license testing. Contact your local DMV for more information.

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Delaware Motorcycle License Test Tips

The Knowledge portion of the exam sets out to make sure you are familiar with all the techniques and skills that go with operating a motorcycle while also testing you on basic traffic guidelines. Using this site will get you familiar with the information on this test so you can quickly pinpoint the correct answer to the questions. Questions range from all portions of the operator’s manual and consist of 25 questions of which 20 need to be answered correctly. These questions are multiple choice, with only one correct answer per.

Once the knowledge portion of the examination has been passed you’ll need to get through the on-cycle skills test. This brief test will team you up with an examiner that will make sure you are capable of doing some of the basic skills of driving a motorcycle like accelerating, breaking, sharp turns, swerving, and so forth. At no point will a testee be asked to do anything illegal or dangerous. All participants must have passed the written exam, bring their own motorcycle, and have the proper safety gear. To sign up for a test and for more information check the motorcycle section of the Delaware DMV.

Additional Information

Information on the Delaware Division 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:  302.326.5000

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

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