Motorcycle Test


If you are able to successfully pass the Montana motorcycle practice test, you will be much more prepared for the actual test. This site provides you with the right tools you’ll need to study for the Montana motorcycle written test. The actual test consists of 25 multiple-choice questions. You will need to have a passing score of 80%, meaning you’ll need to get at least 20 questions correct. With the increase of motorcycle-related accidents increasing in Montana, the MVD has noted that this test will be comprehensive and will test your knowledge on situations you may actually encounter while riding. You will find that the questions on these practice tests are closely related to those outlined in the Montana Motorcycle manual. Be sure to use this document as your go-to study guide. Click the "Start Test" button below to begin your practice test.

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

2 / 25

Shifting into a lower gear causes an effect similar to:

3 / 25

A side stand can be dangerous unless it:

4 / 25

Your lane position should allow you to:

5 / 25

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

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

7 / 25

When braking, you should use:

8 / 25

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

9 / 25

If you fail to keep your right wrist flat when you start, you may:

10 / 25

How long can the effects of marijuana last?

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When riding at night, your following distance should be:

12 / 25

You should roll on the throttle slightly as you go through a turn so that you:

13 / 25

A pre-ride inspection should be done:

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The best time to adjust your mirrors is:

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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?

16 / 25

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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When approaching a curve your priority should be to:

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Which surface provides the best traction?

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When preparing to pass a vehicle on the left, it is important to ride on the left side of your lane because:

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The best way to learn motorcycle maintenance is to:

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

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Why do motorcycles need more attention than cars?

24 / 25

Should you wear a riding jacket if the weather is warm?

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

Your score is

The average score is 84%

5/5 - (3 votes)

Motorcycle License

How To Get A Montana Motorcycle License

Operating a motorcycle in Montana means that you’ll need to take a written and on-cycle skills test to obtain a motorcycle endorsement. You’ll need to first pass the written test in order to schedule the road skills test with the Department of Justice Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) of Montana. These tests are important because it will give you an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to ride a motorcycle safely and your knowledge of motorcycle-driving situations that you might experience on the road. Anyone who is 15-16 years old will also need to pass an on-site driver’s education course, in addition to the written and road tests before applying for an M endorsement.

If you just moved to Montana, or are considering a move to Montana and are licensed to drive a motorcycle in another state, a driver examiner may waive the written and road tests at their discretion. If you have more questions about the process, you can contact your local MVD location.

The Montana Motorcycle Rider Safety (MMRS) courses offer riders of all levels a chance to learn how to safely operate their motorcycles with riding coaches. The Basic RiderCourse 2 (BRC2) will allow riders to enhance their riding ability and work toward obtaining their motorcycle endorsement on their Montana license. Those who pass this course offered at various locations in Montana, will have their skills test waived by the MVD. If you are interested in taking the MMRS course, you can view and register for classes here.

Motorcycle Test

Montana Motorcycle License Test Tips

This site is aimed at helping you pass the knowledge portion of the Montana motorcycle written test. All of the questions you are prompted with will come straight out of the information from the motorcycle manual. Questions will cover everything from the equipment list you should have on your motorcycle, to what you should do to avoid crashes. The MVD wants to know that you understand how to operate a motorcycle safely and will take appropriate actions when needed.

The Montana on-cycle skills test will be off street and can run anywhere from 15-20 minutes. You want to make sure that you are prepared to demonstrate your ability to operate a motorcycle. Pay attention to the examiner and the skills that they ask you to do. Some things that you’ll be tested on is your ability to adjust speeds in traffic, how you brake, and how you maneuver through traffic. You can schedule your Montana road test on the MVD website, when you feel confident to take the test.

Additional Information

Information on the Montana Motor Vehicle Division

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

Phone:  406.444.3933
Email:  [email protected]

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

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