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Safe riding requires knowledge and skill. All persons requesting a Florida motorcycle endorsement are required to complete a basic motorcycle safety education course before obtaining a motorcycle endorsement or "Motorcycle Only" license. A person who successfully completes the Florida Motorcycle Rider Course shall be issued an endorsement if he or she is licensed to drive another type of motor vehicle. This test consists of 25 questions from the Florida Motorcycle Handbook, and you'll need 20 correct answers to pass (80%).
1. When approaching turns or curves, riders should travel:
in pairs.
in a T-formation.
single file.
in a staggered formation.
2. Riding a motorcycle is _________________ driving a car.
less tiring during the day than
more tiring than
as tiring as
less tiring than
3. Your body can be affected by alcohol after as little as ______ drink(s).
4. When a driver on an entrance ramp is merging into your lane, you should:
sound your horn.
change to another lane if one is open.
slow down.
increase your speed.
5. If your motorcycle starts to wander back and forth while riding over metal bridge gratings you should:
downshift to a lower gear to improve stability.
proceed in a zigzag pattern until you cross the bridge.
relax, stay on course, and ride straight across.
ride is in the center lane position.
6. Which of the following should not be done at night?
Increase your speed.
Increase your following distance.
Adjust your lane position when necessary.
Use your high beam.
7. When you carry loads, you should:
distribute the load evenly.
fasten the load securely.
stop and check the load every so often.
All the other answers are correct.
8. ______ can affect your ability to ride a motorcycle.
Prescription medication
Illegal drugs
All of the above.
9. The best lane position to see and be seen:
is the left lane position.
is the right lane position.
depends on the situation and road conditions.
is the center of the lane.
10. Riding between rows of stopped vehicles is:
only permitted in residential areas.
only permitted if you are carrying a passenger.
permitted in heavy traffic.
never permitted.
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Frequently Asked Questions

In Florida, you are eligible to apply for a learner's license at 15 years old. To obtain a full class E driver license, you must wait until you are 16 years old and have held a learner's license for at least one year. Alternatively, you can directly apply for a driver’s license at the age of 18.
The DMV written test in Florida can be taken through various options:
  • In-Person Testing. Visit any Florida driver license office to take the knowledge test.
  • Online Testing. If you are under 18, you have the option to take the exam online through a registered third-party administrator. After passing the test, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) will be automatically notified.
  • Driver Education Licensing Assistance Program (DELAP). Some high school driver education classes are authorized to provide the exam with this program. Upon passing the test, the result will be entered into Florida driving records by the same school.
After successfully completing your DMV test in Florida, it's important to ensure you have the necessary documentation. Here's a checklist of the required documents:

  • Proof of identification (e.g., birth certificate or US Passport)
  • Proof of Social Security Number
  • Proof of residential address (e.g., home utility bill, home telephone bill, mortgage, etc.)
  • Online test proctoring form (for those who completed the test online)
  • Parental consent form application (if you are under 18 and unmarried)

If you complete the test through a registered third-party administrator, you don’t need to bring any extra document because the test results will be automatically notified.
The DMV written test in Florida is offered in various languages, including Arabic, Chinese, English, Haitian Creole, Russian, and Spanish. Although language options are provided, it is advisable to have a basic understanding of English since road signs are always in English.

You should read the Florida Driver' License Handbook to familiarize yourself with the driving laws, road signs, parallel parking, turning, passing a vehicle, yielding the right of way, etc. Evaluate your knowledge with our free practice tests, or sign up for DMV Premium to unlock exclusive PDF Cheat Sheets!
The DMV written test includes 50 multiple-choice questions. The questions cover various topics to ensure that applicants have a solid understanding of the rules of the road. Carefully study the manual to enhance your chances of passing the exam.

On the Florida DMV written test, you are allowed to miss up to 10 questions out of the total 50 in order to pass. This means you need a score of at least 80%. Take your time during the exam to make sure you understand the questions well.

For new drivers in Florida, the following restrictions apply:
  • With a learner's license, you must be accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 21. For the first three months you are restricted to daylight hours, then driving is allowed until 10 pm.
  • At 16 with a driver license, you can drive alone except from 11 pm to 6 am, unless for work reasons or if accompanied by a licensed driver aged 21 or older.
  • At 17 with a driver license, you can drive alone except from 1 am to 5 am, unless for work reasons or if accompanied by a licensed driver aged 21 or older.
  • For those under 21, there is zero alcohol tolerance. If stopped with a Blood Alcohol Level (BAL) of .02 or higher, your license will be suspended for six months.
If you do not pass your DMV written test in Florida, you will need to pay the fee again for another attempt. Keep in mind that a service fee is applicable to all driver license transactions at a tax collector office. Focus on the sections of the manual you have overlooked to have a deep understanding of the driving laws.

FL DMV Motorcycle Test

Number of questions: 25
Correct answers to pass:20
Passing score:80%
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