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Motorcycle Safety Classes

Motorcycle Safety Classes

Basic Rider 3-Day Class:

This 16-hour course is for anyone who wants to learn the skills necessary for safe and enjoyable riding. The course is designed for beginning riders. The 4-hour classroom session prepares you for the 10+ hours of on-motorcycle instruction. Motorcycles and helmets are provided by the Ohio Department of Public Safety.  See Frequently Asked Questions (below) about using your own motorcycle or scooter.

Before you register: Pass a written test at the driver's license exam station to obtain your Temporary Motorcycle Permit OR already have a motorcycle license/endorsement. You must:

Bring your valid Temporary Motorcycle Learner's Permit or your Motorcycle Endorsement with you the first day/evening of class.

Arrive at least 15 minutes before the class start time. Note: Unfilled seats at the class start time are given to standby walk-in students.

Registration fee:  $50 (non-refundable), payable with credit or debit card only.

Additional Rider Courses Offered:

  • Basic Rider Skills for Returning Riders (BRS-RR): 1-day class.
  • Basic Rider Skills 2 (BRS-2):  1-day class.

More Information:

For details, go to www.motorcycle.ohio.gov.

To register for a class, click here.

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