FREE Online Motorcycle License Permit Practice Test for the State of North Carolina
The law in NC requires the operator of any motorcycle to have a motorcycle endorsement shown on their driver’s license.
Passing the motorcycle permit test in North Carolina is as easy as 1 2 3 using our online interactive practice test. Please note study for this test is completely FREE.
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NC Motorcycle Permit Test: Ride the Waves
Ok, yes, we know you can’t ride a motorcycle on the waves or in the ocean. But, when you ride a motorcycle in North Carolina, you can be close enough to the ocean it feels like you are riding the waves. You can’t do that in a car, so take the NC motorcycle permit test and enjoy the experience of an ocean view from the seat of a motorcycle.
How can you do that? We are here to help you. First, contact us so we can talk with you about North Carolina’s motorcycle requirements and get you started learning the items on the state test.
We suggest you download the online manual first. Take 30 minutes and read through it.
Then, take one of our practice tests. Make a list of the topics you need to learn. Then read through the manual again and spend a little extra time on those topics you missed on the test.
If you have questions or concerns, remember, we are here to help you. Just contact us!
After your first practice test and time learning the material you missed, take another practice test. Then read the manual and learn the topics you missed on the second practice test.
You are almost there! You probably only missed a few on the second practice test, so let’s be sure you know the material. Take another practice test.
If you missed more than 1 question, you probably need to study a little more and take another practice test. But, if you only missed 1 question, you are probably ready to take the real thing.
Good luck and let us know when you have your motorcycle license!