The Wyoming Motorcycle Practice Test 4 was created to ensure you have the knowledge you need to pass the written motorcycle test. This practice test has 25 questions covering a variety of subjects related to the safe operation of a motorcycle. The practice test contains 25 multiple choice questions from the Wyoming Motorcycle Operator’s Manual. The test is also presented in a similar format to the real test that you will take at the Wyoming DOT.
There really is no better way to get an idea of what the real test is like than by taking this practice test. Plus, we have added several bonus features to this practice test to help you study. For example:
- You can take the test as many times as you like
- Each time you take the test the questions will be reordered
- A personalized score report will let you see what questions you missed and, as a result, what subjects you need to study more
- Plus, instant feedback will give you answer explanations for each question
More About the Test Questions
The test questions will challenge your understanding of motorcycle operation, control and safety. For example, you may be asked:
What type of road requires extra focus on potential escape routes when riding? Your body makes what proportion of the visible surface area of the rider/motorcycle unit? There may also be questions on riding on slippery surfaces, entering an intersection, passing vehicles, safety gear and more.
Take the practice test now to see if you are able to answer at least 20 of the questions correctly, which will give you a passing score and may indicate your readiness to take the official exam.
If you pass the official exam and receive your license, you’ll be able to head out on Wyoming’s scenic roadways – like the “Wind Canyon River Run.”
This ride is often called one of the most spectacular that you can take in America. The ride, which is on US 20 between Shoshoni and Thermopolis, features numerous twisties, many tunnels bored through mountains and a lot of beautiful canyon scenery.
Take our practice test now to improve your motorcycle knowledge and get ready to earn your license.
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