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About The Online Motorcycle Practice Test for Missouri

If you plan to operate a motorcycle or motortricycle on public roadways, you must possess a Class M license or permit. The Class F and Class M written, vision, road sign, and motorcycle skills tests must be passed to obtain your license. Our test is designed to help you pass the written and road sign test. We offer a FREE sample Missouri Motorcycle Test with some of the questions that are available on our full test which is available for purchase here.

To learn to operate a motorcycle, you can apply for a motorcycle instruction permit. You must be at least 15 years and 182 days and have completed an approved motorcycle rider training course. You must pass the Class F and Class M written, vision and road sign tests. Our test is designed to help you pass the written and road sign tests. You also have to have the written consent of your parent or legal guardian. The motorcycle permit only allows for daylight driving within a 50-mile radius of home on a motorcycle no larger than 250 cc, and no passengers.

When operating a scooter or moped, licensing depends partly on the ‘cc’ displacement of your engine in the scooter or moped. Contact your local licensing office to see if your scooter must be licensed.

Motorized bicycles do not require registration. A motorized bicycle is any two-wheeler or three-wheeled device having an automatic transmission and a motor with a cylinder capacity of not more than 50 cubic centimeters, which produces less than three gross brake horsepower and is capable of propelling the device at a maximum speed of not more than 30 mile per hour on level ground.

You can obtain a copy of the Motorcycle Operator Manual at the Missouri Highway Patrol testing station or at a Missouri license office or at the Missouri DOR website. Our test is based on the subjects and topics in that manual and is a very helpful study tool for the actual test. Good Luck and Stay Safe!

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