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Frequently Asked Questions
Is it difficult to get a motorcycle license? Will my insurance be cheaper if I take motorcycle classes?
I’ve been trying to get a motorcycle these days. They have tests for motorcycles at the dmv right? How long are motorcycle classes? Are they similar to driver’s ed for cars? and will my insurance rate go down if I take those classes?
It all depends on where you live and what the rules are there.
Here in California where I live, your insurance goes down only a little if you’ve taken the MSF class (Motorcycle Safety Foundation). My insurance company (Progressive) gives me a bigger discount for storing my bike in a locked garage.
But the DMV waives the riding test, which I hear is a real b*tch. There are two concentric circles painted on a parking lot, and you have to ride around in a circle between them, without touching the lines or putting your foot down. Most people don’t pass it the first time.
Keep in mind that half of all motorcycle accidents happen to riders with less than a year’s experience. So safety is your primary consideration in starting out. The MSF class gets you started with the right habits, so I think it’s money well spent.
The beginner class is one weekend. They provide the bikes, you just bring a helmet. (I think. They might provide those too.)
The written test for bikes is different than the one for cars. The car test is about ‘rules of the road’, and it’s pretty easy actually. The bike test is about safety, and if you didn’t study the pamphlet it’s very hard. I flunked it last time, but the lady looked up my record and said “You’re a good driver. You didn’t need to take the test.”
As I say, though, this is all California information. Might be different if you are one of the few people in the world who don’t live in California. 8^)
Is it possible take motorcycle classes in Atlanta and automatically receive motolicence?
I’m FL resident. Next few weeks I’ll be in Atlanta, GA. Is it possible take motorcycle classes in Atlanta and automatically receive motolicence?
Check with the states DMV. Some states will by-pass the road test portion IF you have successfully passed a ‘cerified’ MSF course.
Georgia residents must be at least 16 years old to apply for a Class M motorcycle license with the Department of Driver Services. All motor-driven vehicles (excluding tractors and mopeds) that are designed to operate on three wheels or less are considered motorcycles. Mopeds have a separate set of rules, specified below.Instruction permits are valid for six months, and you need only pass the written portion of the test to get one. This permit is not required before obtaining the Class M license, when the driving test will be given. These instructional permits carry the following restrictions:
Minimum age of 16, and parental consent if under 18
Daylight driving hours only
No limited-access highways
Must use safety equipment required by law
You must furnish the motorcycle for the skills portion of the test, and it must pass a safety inspection before the skills exam will be given. You can study for the written portion of the test using the motorcycle manual available online or at your local driver’s license office.
A Class M license costs for a five-year license and for a 10-year license. If this is your first license, you’ll need to bring along the same documentation required for applying for a regular license when you apply.Safety Courses
The Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program offers two motorcycle safety courses for drivers 16 years and older. Schedules are frequent and varied; check for a location near you.
The Basic Rider Course provides eight hours of classroom training and seven hours of hands-on driving training. Students are taught how to operate the motorcycle under safe conditions, how to maneuver in traffic, and how to handle emergencies. Parents or guardians of drivers under 18 must appear at the first class to sign permission forms or the student will not be allowed to participate.
Motorcycles will be provided for this class, and if you do not have a helmet, one will be provided also.
By successfully completing this course you qualify to waive the written and road tests given at the driver’s license office and will be issued a Class M endorsement on your license when you provide the necessary paperwork to the driver’s license office.
The cost of the Basic Rider Course is 0 for Georgia residents and 0 for nonresidents.
The Experienced Rider Course provides approximately five hours of classroom training and four hours of hands-on training. You must provide your own motorcycle and be licensed and insured to take this course.
The cost of the Experience Rider Course is 0 for Georgia residents and 0 for nonresidents.
The following gear is needed for both courses and must be worn at every riding session:
An approved helmet with eye protection (face shield, goggles, etc.)
Full-fingered gloves (preferably leather)
Over-the-ankle boots (high-top tennis shoes or athletic-style shoes are not allowed)
A long-sleeved shirt or jacket
Long pants (no holes and not torn)
Is the 15-hour basic riders course required for 18y+ drivers or only for minors?
I’m in Arizona.
njmotorcop…. I completely agree and I do plan on taking courses… especially because I live in Phoenix, which is renowned for its road rage and inconsiderate drivers.
I was just wondering if it was an actual requirement for the license.
It looks like the answer to your question is 16 or 15 years 7 months with a learners permit.
are there any local training for motorcycles
LOCAL ? Sorry but i am not a mind reader !
Are you in London, Paris, Chicago, Mars, Jupiter, ect ?
Where to sign up for motorcycle racing classes?
I want to start taking motorcycle racing classes close to Orange County, CA. Where do I begin? How much does it cost? How long is the training and when do I actually get to ride on that track? Can I just ride on the track and not race without taking classes. I want to make this a new hobby and really eagered to get started.
Keith Code, good school