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UK Motorcycle Practice Test

This Motorcycle theory practice test is designed to assess your knowledge and understanding of the rules of the road, traffic signs, and essential riding techniques for motorcycles. If you are planning to ride a motorcycle, you must take and pass the motorcycle theory test before you can take the practical riding test.

This Practice Tests is for:

  • Motorcycle Theory¬†
  • New Motorcycle Riders
  • Free Practice

The Real Theory Test :

  • 57-Minute Time Limit
  • 50 Questions
  • 43 out of 50 correct to pass
25
Questions number
3
Mistakes Allowed
86%
Passing Score

Taking a motorcycle theory practice test is a great way to prepare for the real test and increase your chances of passing it on the first try. Here are some reasons why you should consider using our free practice test:

  1. Real questions: This free motorcycle theory practice test offers questions similar to those you will find on the test. This means you can practice with questions that are likely to appear on the test, increasing your confidence and preparing you for the real test.

  2. Free and easy to use: The fact that the practice test is free means that you can prepare for your test without incurring any extra costs. Additionally, the practice test is easy to use and can be accessed from the comfort of your own home or on the go with your mobile device.

  3. Identify knowledge gaps: By taking the practice test, you can identify areas where you may need to improve your knowledge. This will help you focus your studies on the areas that matter most rather than studying everything blindly.

  4. Hazard perception practice: The hazard perception section of the motorcycle theory test can be challenging, especially for those with little experience riding a motorcycle. The practice test can help you develop your hazard perception skills to better prepare for the actual test.

  5. Increase your confidence: Taking the practice test can help you feel more confident about your ability to pass the test. This is because you will have the opportunity to practice with questions similar to those you will see on the test.

Taking a motorcycle theory practice test is an excellent way to prepare for the examination and increase your chances of passing it. Using the free practice test, you can practice with rearealestions, identify knowledge gaps, and develop your hazard perception skills. This will help you feel more confident and well-prepared for the actual test. So go ahead, take the practice test, and give yourself the best chance of passing the real test on the first try.

United Kingdom UKDVSA Sample Test Questions

An injured person has been placed in the recovery position. They're unconscious but breathing normally. What else should be done?
  • Press firmly between their shoulders
  • Place their arms by their side
  • Give them a hot sweet drink
  • Check their airway remains open
Powered vehicles used by disabled people are small and can be hard to see. What must they display if they're travelling on a dual carriageway?
  • Flashing red beacon
  • Flashing green beacon
  • Flashing blue beacon
  • Flashing amber beacon
What can you expect if you drive using rapid acceleration and heavy braking?
  • Reduced pollution
  • Increased fuel consumption
  • Reduced exhaust emissions
  • Increased road safety
What does this sign mean?
  • Cyclists must dismount
  • Cycles aren't allowed
  • Cycle route ahead
  • Cycle in single file
What should you do before fitting a sidecar to a motorcycle?
  • Have the wheels balanced
  • Have the engine tuned
  • Pass the extended motorcycle test
  • Check that the motorcycle is suitable