FREE Online Motorcycle License Permit Practice Test for the State of Missouri
Operating a motorcycle safely in traffic requires special skills and knowledge. We have made this practice questions available to help novice motorcyclists reduce their risk of having a crash.
Passing the Missouri motorcycle permit test is as easy as 1 2 3 using our online interactive Missouri motorcycle permit practice test. Please note study for this Missouri license test is completely FREE.
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What You Need to Know Before Taking the Missouri Motorcycle Permit Test
Are you ready to hit the roads in Missouri on your motorcycle? Well, first you must pass the Missouri Motorcycle Permit Test.
The best way to pass is to study the manual and take a practice test. Here is some of what you will need to know:
- When you will most likely have a crash.
- The types of mirrors you need.
- How often neck and head injuries occur during a motorcycle crash.
- How to prevent dehydration during warm weather.
- When to perform a complete check on your motorcycle.
- The proper fit of a helmet.
- How to avoid being in a crash.
- Proper lane positions.
- What to do if you are tailgated.
- When to begin a passing maneuver
When you are ready to take the test, contact your local DMV for an appointment. You will need to:
- Pass a vision test
- Show identification
- Pay the $3.50 fee ($6.25 if you are 15 ½ years of age)
Once you have your permit, the following driving restrictions apply:
- You must have your permit for at least 182 days before applying for a license (minors only)
- No alcohol related offenses within the last 12 months
- No traffic convictions within the last six months (minors only)
- Your driving privileges cannot be suspended, revoked, or denied at the time you apply for your permanent license (applies to those 18 years of age and older)
When you are ready to practice, contact us. We have four tests that are available for Missouri residents. Give them a try so you can get your permit on your first attempt.