The Idaho Motorcycle Practice Test Two will not only get you used to the content of the state written motorcycle test but it will also get you used to the format of that test. You need to answer at least 20 questions correctly to pass this practice test. This test contains 25 multiple choice questions taken from the Idaho Motorcycle Operator’s Manual. Don’t be surprised if many of these questions are on the real test when you take it at the Idaho DMV. This test will also help you get used to the format of the real test so nothing should be a surprise on test day.
To help you get the most from your study efforts, we have also included several features with this test. You can:
- Track your progress as you take the test with the Progress Tracker
- Determine your strengths and weaknesses with Personalized Score Reports
- Take the test multiple times thanks to the Unlimited Attempts feature
- Share your score with friends and family via the Interactive Score Sharing Feature
- And more
There isn’t a more convenient or effective way to prepare for the Idaho motorcycle written test.
What Are the Questions Like
You will find questions covering a number of important subjects, such as stopping, swerving, turning, safety gear, entering an intersection, passing other vehicles and more.
Do you know the proper technique for braking when going around a corner? Do you know the four step process riders should follow when turning?
These are the types of questions you’ll need to answer to pass this practice test – and the real test when you sit for it.
Then once you pass the real written test, you’ll be able to get your license and start cruising Idaho’s scenic roadways – like The Lolo Pass, which covers one of the most beautiful sections of the Lewis & Clark Trail. This road winds through the Rocky Mountains. You’ll see the beautiful Lolo National Forest and the Locsha and Selway rivers along with a lot of lush countryside.
Take the practice test now to test your motorcycle knowledge.
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