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One of the prerequisites for getting your DOL motorcycle endorsement in the state of Washington is to pass the knowledge test. Coming from the Washington State Department of Licensing Motorcycle Operator’s Manual, this test consists of 25 questions that will test your knowledge of basic motorcycle skills, operation, and safe techniques that every driver should exhibit. A passing score of 20 (80%) or higher is required. Our practice tests are modeled after the official version and can be taken as many times as necessary. If you fail it’s not a big deal – that’s why it’s a practice! Just go ahead and note the ones you missed and try again. Click the “Start Test” button below to begin.
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Congratulations! You PASSED the motorcycle test! You can try it again to brush up on new questions or head down to your local DMV and take the state-administered test!
Ouch! You need to score at least 80% to pass this motorcycle test–that’s 20 correct questions out of 25. Why don’t you try it again and brush up on some of the questions before taking the real thing.
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If you already have motorcycle certification and have just moved to the state of Washington you might be able to waive testing. Get in contact with the Washington State Department of Licensing for more information.
Washington Motorcycle License Test Tips
In the knowledge portion of the exam, you will test what you know about traffic regulations and motorcycle operation. This can range from basic things like changing lanes, riding posture, and how to properly brake. You should also expect more advanced questions like evasive maneuvers, what to wear, and the effects of different impairments. On this site, you can expect to learn all of these things and more – getting you comfortable to ace that knowledge exam and move on to riding that motorcycle in earnest.
Once the knowledge portion of the licensing is complete and you feel ready, the skills test is next. Applicants for a skills test will be required to bring their motorcycle along with photo identification. A basic vehicle check will be necessary – this includes seeing if the brakes are functional, tires have good tread, no oil leaks, and so forth. Most schools divide the skills up into a series of evaluation that often includes swerving, quick stops, u-turns, cone weaving, and cornering. To schedule a skills test you’ll have to get in contact with a certified testing site and pay any associated fees
Information on the Washington State Department of Licensing
The DoL is responsible for testing student drivers and licensing all drivers. To schedule your licensing examination or get more information contact them via:
To find the office hours and / or location nearest you, please visit:
Additional Washington Motorcycle License Helpful Links
Please use the links below to learn more about helpful topics related to the Washington motorcycle license test or other motorcycle license related topics.
- Washington Motorcycle Handbook
- Washington Motorcycle Training Schools
- Washington Motorcycle Licensing Fees
- Washington Drivers License Practice Test
- Washington CDL Practice Test