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So you’re looking to get your Arizona Class M motorcycle license? You know that the state’s Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) motorcycle test is difficult, right? You know that riding is an expensive hobby, right? You know that you’re going to have to be prepared for some pretty serious physical and financial risks, right? You still there? Good, let’s begin.
The first thing you’re going to have to do to get your Class M is get a copy of the Arizona MVD Motorcycle Operator Manual. This manual will give you all the essential information for safe riding in Arizona. While riding can be a fun, safe experience, it can also be associated with considerable risks and concerns. For these reasons, the MVD recommends that prospective and current riders follow these basic guidelines:
The AZ Motorcycle Manual contains road knowledge and practical riding information. It’s clear and straightforward, with plenty of helpful illustrations. Throughout the manual, there are specially-labeled “Test Yourself” sections, which help you to assess your learning and retain the new information.
After reading the manual, you should know the answers to the following questions:
Once you’ve gone through the manual, you should be prepared for the Arizona MVD motorcycle knowledge test. All the information you need to know is in the manual, so study it carefully! You are allowed to take the test three times within a twelve-month period. The written knowledge test is available in either English or Spanish.
The AZ Motorcycle Operator Manual is constantly being improved and updated.
The manual offers high-quality rider education in order to help prevent collisions, and enable riders to safely operate a motorcycle. All riders can benefit from the information in the Motorcycle Operator Manual, which is available from Arizona MVD offices, from the MVD website, or you can view it online right here, on this page.