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These mock theory tests are good for the RTA written test and driver’s license test. The written part of those tests at all RTA testing locations is the same.
RTA Theory Test - Signs 1
Take this free mock RTA signal test to check how prepared you are for the written driving exam. This mock test mimics the structure of the real theory test section of traffic signs.
RTA Motorcycle Theory Test 01
This practice theory test for motorcyclists and moped riders is provided so you can see how the RTA motorcycle theory test works. Updated 2018 from RTA official motorcycle handbook. It’s all Free! Over 50 questions and answers.
RTA Motorcycle Theory Test 02
Practice for the motorcycle driving license test. We have the latest RTA revision questions Updated 2018 from RTA official motorcycle handbook. Over 50 questions and answers. It’s all Free!
3 Tips on How to Ace Your RTA Motorcycle Theory Test
Even an experienced rider can flunk their RTA Motorcycle Theory Test. Don’t expect an exam that asks how to mash the gas or on which side of the road to drive. The exam is more concerned with evaluating your awareness of your responsibilities, liabilities, and duties as a highway vehicle operator. The license you obtain through your studies certifies that you are educated on road rules and highway regulations, and are competent enough to be held at fault for traffic violations, negligence, or just poor and reckless driving. The exam’s goal is to determine if you understand the diligence required to drive safely on public roads without compromising the safety of yourself or others. Expect selective questions about the following topics:
Road Hazards – These are irregular road conditions that interfere with a driver’s normal capacity to drive safely. Slippery roads, foggy skies, construction work, and accidents are just a few examples. RTA Motorcycle handbook has recommended responses to such conditions.
Safety Requirements – These are specific laws you are required to follow for safety purposes. Wearing a helmet is, perhaps, the universal example. If you require corrective vision, you may be required to wear your glasses at all times when driving. Children below certain ages are not allowed.
Motorcycle & Rider Eligibility – The operational mechanics of vehicles are required to meet certain standards to be operated on a public highway. Generally, brake light is required to be in working condition. Turn signals and horns are, generally, required to function properly as well. More and more states are now requiring auto insurance and that a verifiable record of such is kept with you at all times to be presented to an officer upon being stopped. Generally, the registration on vehicles has to be renewed periodically.
Driving comes naturally after a little practice. The RTA motorcycle theory test is where you might run into some tough curve-balls if you aren’t duly prepared. Check out our resources, including our free practice tests, that are designed to make sure you are more than ready for exam day. We are available to be contacted as well so that you have all of the support needed to ace everything.