FREE Online Motorcycle License Permit Practice Test for the State of Mississippi
The purpose of this practice test is to educate riders and to help them avoid crashes while safely operating either a standard two-wheel motorcycle or a three-wheel motorcycle.
Passing the Mississippi motorcycle permit test is as easy as 1 2 3 using our online interactive Mississippi motorcycle permit practice test. Please note study for this Mississippi license test is completely FREE.
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Preparing for the Mississippi Motorcycle Permit Test
In order to get a motorcycle license in the Magnolia State, riders must first pass the Mississippi Motorcycle Permit Test.
Before heading to the DMV, it is best to download and study the manual. When you have read it cover to cover, try at least one practice test to prove your knowledge. You will need to know the answers to the following questions:
- What is the best way to avoid hearing loss from riding a motorcycle?
- How often should you clean your mirrors?
- What is the proper clothing when riding a motorcycle?
- What risks are you taking in the summer if you do not wear a jacket?
- When should you check the oil level?
- How do you prevent costly mechanical failures?
- How is a clutch operated?
- What is a proper lane position?
- When should you cancel your turn signal?
- What do you do when you spot two hazards in front of you?
- Your best line when approaching a sweeping curve is?
- When riding at night, when should you reduce your speed?
- What does “making a head check” mean?
- Most riders are involved in crashes when they?
These are just some of the questions you will be asked. There are many more, and that is why studying beforehand is important.
When you are ready to take the real permit test, you will need to pay the $1 fee, and have a licensed motorcyclist over the age of 21 with you.
Feel like practicing for your test now? We have four free tests that each have thirty multiple choice questions just for Mississippi residents. Contact us if you need more information.