Download these PDFs with statistics from over a decade of training programs.
2012 Program Statistics PDF
2011 Program Statistics PDF
- As of August 31st, 2012, 16-and 17-year olds wishing to obtain their motorcycle
license must first complete the Basic RiderCourse (BRC).
- Your permit is valid for one year.
- You are not required to have a car permit or license in order to obtain a motorcycle
permit or license.
- You must have a six-month skill building period before taking the on-road skills
- A parent or guardian must sign off on the 65-hour certification form (DL-180C) with the RiderCoach
as a witness or the form may be notarized and brought to the class. (These 65 hours
are in addition to the 65 hours required for a car license).
- An adult (21 years old or over) with a Class M license must supervise you, unless
you are already licensed with a Class C driver’s license. A licensed driver is not
required by law to have any supervision
- Curfew restrictions for a Class M permit are sunset to sunrise.
- While riding on a Class M permit, you may not carry a passenger.