FREE New Mexico MVD Motorcycle Practice Test 2018 | NM
While many states require you to pass a specific test of motorcycle knowledge, New Mexico requires you to pass a 50 multiple-choice question knowledge test as part of a required Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic Rider Course if you are under 18. Individuals ages 13 and up may receive a motorcycle license upon completion of the Basic RiderCourse that may be valid for motorcycles with either less than 50cc engine (a Z endorsement) or less than 100cc engine (a Y endorsement). Individuals ages 15 and up can pass a Basic RiderCourse and accompanying knowledge test to either receive a motorcycle license or a Y, Z, or W endorsement, which allows an individual to ride a motorcycle with a 100cc or larger engine, or to have such an endorsement added to their provisional or regular driver’s license. The fee for a motorcycle learner’s permit is $10, while the fee is $18 for a four-year license. Topics on the test will include those covered in the Basic RiderCourse class, such as motorcycle controls, basic motorcycle operation, risk management while riding, emergency preparedness on the road, factors that can impair riders, and more. This MVD motorcycle permit practice test contains 25 questions to help prepare you for your exam.Rating: 5 out of 5 based on 1 votes.
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NM Motorcycle Handbook
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