PENNSYLVANIA MOTORCYCLE SAFETY PROGRAM MISSION

About PAMSP

Celebrating more than 30 years of training Pennsylvania motorcyclists…

PA MSP

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation administers the Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program (PAMSP) that is free to Pennsylvania class M permit and motorcycle license holders. The PAMSP was created from legislation in 1984 and began operation one year later in 1985.

The focus of the PAMSP is to teach motorcycle riders of all skill levels the fundamentals needed to reduce risks while operating motorcycles. The program offers five courses that include beginner, intermediate, three-wheel and advanced riding skills. PAMSP manages more than 60 training sites conveniently located throughout the Commonwealth.

The training season runs from March through October, with schedules varying among training locations. In 2018, Total Control Training, Inc. was selected by PennDOT to provide training services for the PAMSP.