Illinois Motorcycle Permit Test

Number of tests: 10
Number of questions: 15
Passing score: 12
Directions: To earn your motorcycle license, you must pass a knowledge test and a skills test. Drivers age 16-17 must also pass a motorcycle driving course approved by the Illinois Department of Transportation. Persons age 18 and older who successfully complete an IDOT Motorcycle Rider Education Course are not required to pass a written or driving examination at a Driver Services facility. Questions on the written test come from the Illinois Motorcycle Operator Manual. On the knowledge test, there are 15 questions, including both True/false and multiple choice questions. A score of at least 12 is required to pass the knowledge test. The test may only be taken in English. The rider skills test measures vehicle handling skills in an off-street paved area. Prior to the rider skills test is an equipment check.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
3 or fewer errors
Reflective clothing should:
Be worn at night .
Not be worn.
Be worn day and night.
Be worn during the day.
When driving at night, you should do all of the following except:
Use the car ahead. Their headlights can help you see farther
Use your high beam
Be visible
Only ride in the left portion of the lane
How often should you do a complete check of your motorcycle?
Once a week
Once a month
Before every ride
T/F Motorcycle drivers must wear a helmet
When passing parked cars, you should:
Stay toward the right side of your lane
Look to your left frequently
Stay toward the left side of your lane
Use your rear-view mirrors more frequently
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