Last Updated 25th of May, 2010
What are the PA permit restrictions after I pass the motorcycle permit test? Pennsylvania
PA Motorcycle Permit Holder Restrictions
- Motorcycle riding is only permitted during daylight hours: between sunrise and sunset, whenever those may fall.
- You are only allowed to carry a motorcycle instructor on motorcycles.
- You may drive alone during daylight unless you do not have a regular drivers license; then you may only drive with your instructor.
Don’t Have a Permit Yet?If you don’t yet have a motorcycle permit, it’s time to start thinking about your written test and possibly even driver training.
Preparing for the Written Test
If you do not yet have a motorcycle permit, then make sure you study the Pennsylvania Motorcycle Operator’s Manual. Take a practice test before you go in; a good practice test will be made up of material from the book and will help you study, even if you fail the practice. Practice tests are sold at various drivers ed websites for a low price.
Once you pass the practice test, you'll be ready for the real motorcycle test.
PennDOT offers authorized classes through the Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program (PAMSP). These classes teach you:
- How to drive motorcycles.
- Motorcycle safety.
If you don’t take a PAMSP class, you will have to make an appointment at a PA driver license office and take the driving test.
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