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One of the best tools to help you pass your knowledge test is by taking the Nebraska motorcycle practice test. This practice test will have very similar questions to what you’ll see on the actual exam. The Nebraska motorcycle knowledge test will consist of 25 multiple-choice questions. You will need a score of 80% to pass, with 20 or more questions correct. All of the questions that you’ll see on the practice test will be based upon the information found on the Motorcycle Operator Manual, which can be downloaded here. As you take the Nebraska motorcycle practice test, be sure that you carefully answer each question and pace yourself. Click the "Start Test" button below to begin.

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To stop quickly, the best method is to:

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If alcohol and drugs are consumed together:

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When approaching a curve your priority should be to:

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You should check to make sure that your brake light:

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Cold medicine and other over the counter drugs:

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Expand the distance between you and the vehicle in front of you when:

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When riding at night, your following distance should be:

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

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What is the best position within the lane while riding a motorcycle?

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What is the minimum amount of times you check your brake hydraulic fluid and coolant level?

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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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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 checking tire pressure:

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When approaching an intersection:

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Going through a curve, you should look where you want to go by turning:

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

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

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If your motorcycle starts to handle differently during a ride you should:

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Before going for a ride you should check all of the following except:

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A side stand can be dangerous unless it:

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When braking, you should use:

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You will normally find neutral where on a motorcycle?

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If you're stuck in a traffic jam on a freeway the best gear to be in is?

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How much of a motorcycle's braking power does the front brake provide?

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To best stay in control of a motorcycle a rider should:

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Motorcycle License

How To Get A Nebraska Motorcycle License

If you are looking to obtain a Class M license in the state of Nebraska, there are a few things you will need to do. You will be required to take a knowledge and skill test ran by Nebraska’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to measure your skills and abilities to safely operate a motorcycle in traffic. Anyone who is 18 years or younger will not be able to apply for a Class M license until they have had a Provisional Operator’s Permit (POP) for a minimum of 12 months and have less than three points on their driving record within those 12 months.

If you are currently a licensed motorcycle driver in another state and are looking to transfer your license to Nebraska, you will have your knowledge and on-skills tests waived if you meet the required criteria. More questions can be answered on the Nebraska DMV website.

The Nebraska DMV has adopted the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) to allow beginning riders to learn how to properly and safely operate a motorcycle and get classroom instruction. Students can expect to learn how to balance and control a bike, safety equipment needed to ride, and effects of alcohol and drugs while operating a motorcycle. Both the written and on-cycle skills tests will be waived if a student successfully completes a course with the MSF. You can view locations and course schedules on their website.

Motorcycle Test

Nebraska Motorcycle License Test Tips

This site focuses on assisting you as you prepare for your Nebraska motorcycle test. This portion of the test will consist of information regarding things such as basic vehicle control, how to handle dangerous surfaces on the road, and crash avoidance. This type of test will demonstrate your ability to retain the knowledge needed to safely drive a motorcycle on Nebraska roads. Once you are able to pass this knowledge test, you’ll be one step closer to obtaining your Class M license.

You can expect the on-cycle skills test to be conducted in actual traffic or on an obstacle course set up by the DMV. Be ready to demonstrate your skills to an examiner on accelerating and speed control, maneuvering through traffic, and turning at intersections. The examiner will score you according to the safe riding practices you display and how you operate the vehicle. You can schedule your appointment for this test on the Nebraska DMV website.

Additional Information

Information on the Nebraska 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:

Website:  https://dmv.nebraska.gov/dl/motorcycle-license-class-m

To find the office hours and / or location nearest you, please visit:
https://dmv.nebraska.gov/locations

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