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  • Basic Rider Course
    Abbreviation
    BRC
    MSF eCourse Name
    ePackage 1 eCourse
    MSF eCourse Link
    https://msfusa.link/278525
    Course Cost
    195.00
    Highlighted Information

    A requirement of this course is to successfully complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) online eCourse prior to attending.

    *** The eCourse must be completed within 30-days of the start date of the course.***

    The eCourse does not need to be completed in one session. You can log off at any time. The next time you log in the eCourse will continue to play from where you last left off.

    You can contact the Motorcycle Safety Foundation's eCourse Support on Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. PST or at msfsupport@msf-usa.org or (949) 727-3227 x3158.

    Course Description

    This two-wheeled motorcycle training course is for novice riders and those with limited riding experience, as well as riders who haven't ridden for a few years. The course teaches the basic skills needed to operate a two-wheeled motorcycle in traffic. Training includes a five hour online Basic eCourse and 12 hours of on-motorcycle riding exercises. Motorcycles are provided to individuals attending this course.

    Some of the training locations have a limited number of scooters available for those individuals that have made the decision to ride a scooter. The scooters have an automatic transmission so shifting is not required. If you decide to take a course using a scooter you will need to check the box next to “I wish to take the course using a Program Scooter”. If that option is not offered, then a scooter is not available for the course you have selected.

    Course Enrollment Requirements

    Student must be at least 16 years of age and hold a valid Vermont driver's license. If the student is under 18 years of age a parent or guardian must sign the course waiver form at the start of the course. Student must be able to balance a two-wheeled vehicle, such as a bicycle.

    Course Riding Gear Requirements
    • DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    • Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sunglasses)
    • Sturdy over the ankle boots
    • Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    • Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    • Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    We also ride even if it rains so be prepared. While it's not a requirement, bringing rain gear is a good idea as it will help keep you dry in the case of rain. While it's not a requirement, bringing rain gear is a good idea as it will help keep you dry in the case of rain.

    Please arrive at least 15 minutes early and be ready to participate. Course activities begin as scheduled. It is recommended that you bring a lunch and plenty of liquids. You will be given at least a 45 minute lunch break. Some training locations do not have food readily available nearby.

    Learning to ride a motorcycle is a very physical activity. If you have a medical condition that may restrict your ability to learn to ride a motorcycle, please consult your physician before taking a Vermont Rider Education Program Rider Course.

    Course Completion Requirements

    Successful completion of the eCourse, and a passing score on the skills tests.

    Students successfully completing the BRC conducted by the VT Rider Education Program will be exempt from taking the Vermont motorcycle knowledge and skill examinations to obtain a motorcycle endorsement.

    Adult - Terms and Conditions Page Title
    DMV Terms and conditions for students enrolling in a Vermont DMV Rider Education Program course
    Adult - Terms and Conditions "I Agree" checkbox label.
    I have read and agree to the terms and conditions for taking the course I am registering for.
    Adult - Terms and Conditions Language

    I understand I am signing up for a motorcycle safety course. I also understand if I fail to show up for any portion of the course, I forfeit my payment.

    I understand I will need the following safety gear with me to take the course:

    • DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    • Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sunglasses)
    • Sturdy over the ankle boots
    • Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    • Long sleeved shirt or jacket Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    I understand I can borrow a DOT-compliant helmet if I do not have one of my own to wear in the course.

    I understand I need to pay for the course in full and failure to submit payment nullifies the registration.

    You do not need to have a motorcycle learner's permit to participate in a Basic RiderCourse.

    Motorcycles are provided for all participants of a Basic RiderCourse.

    Successful completion of the course requires

    • completion of an on-line class prior to class dates
    • attendance, participation in and completion of all sessions
    • passing a motorcycle skills test

    Attending a course is not a guarantee I will successfully complete the course.

    In signing up for this course, I understand I need a valid operator's license, and I will be prepared to provide my license information at the beginning of the course. By signing up I am indicating my license is valid.

    All VREP students are required to present a photo ID on the first day of the course.

    ** Students who do not bring proper riding attire will not be allowed to take the on-motorcycle portions of the course. **

    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions Page Title
    DMV Terms and conditions for students under 18 enrolling in a Vermont DMV Rider Education Program course
    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions "I Agree" checkbox label.
    I have read and agree to the terms and conditions for this Rider under the age of 18.
    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions Language

    I understand I am signing up for a motorcycle safety course. I also understand if I fail to show up for any portion of the course, I forfeit my payment.

    I understand I will need the following safety gear with me to take the course:

    • DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    • Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sunglasses)
    • Sturdy over the ankle boots
    • Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    • Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    • Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    I understand I can borrow a DOT-compliant helmet if I do not have one of my own to wear in the course.

    I understand I need to pay for the course in full and failure to submit payment nullifies the registration.

    You do not need to have a motorcycle learner's permit to participate in a Basic RiderCourse.

    Motorcycles are provided for all participants of a Basic RiderCourse.

    Successful completion of the course requires attendance, participation in and completion of all sessions.

    Attending a course is not a guarantee I will successfully complete the course.

    In signing up for this course, I understand I need a valid operator’s license, and I will be prepared to provide my license information at the beginning of the course. By signing up I am indicating my license is valid.

    All VREP students are required to present a photo ID on the first day of the course.

    ** Students who do not bring proper riding attire will not be allowed to take the on-motorcycle portions of the course. **

    Abbreviation for Completion Card Number
    BRC
    Next number to use when generating Completion Card Numbers
    25163
  • Intermediate Rider Course - License Waiver
    Abbreviation
    IRCLW
    MSF eCourse Name
    Street Strategies eCourse
    MSF eCourse Link
    https://msfusa.link/278526
    Course Cost
    115.00
    Highlighted Information

    A requirement of this course is to successfully complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) online Street Strategies eCourse prior to attending. After registering you will be provided with information on how to complete this eCourse at no-charge.

    ***The Street Strategies eCourse must be completed within 30-days of the start date of the course.***

    The eCourse does not need to be completed in one session. You can log off at any time. The next time you log in the eCourse will continue to play from where you last left off.

    You can contact the Motorcycle Safety Foundation's eCourse Support on Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. PST at msfsupport@msf-usa.org or (949) 727-3227 x3158.

    Course Description

    This one-day two-wheel motorcycle course is designed for riders who:

    • have completed the Basic RiderCourse during the past 24 months and wish more practice time on the motorcycle, or
    • have been riding on a permit for a time and wish to earn a motorcycle endorsement, or
    • have a motorcycle endorsement but have not been riding for some time and wish to renew/refresh their basic skills

    The course includes a two hour online Street Strategies eCourse, riding exercises and discussions on motorcycle safety. Exercises practiced help riders hone their motorcycle skills including emergency braking, swerving, proper cornering techniques and slow speed maneuvers. Motorcycles are provided to individuals attending this course.

    Course Prerequisites

    This course is not intended for a novice rider. Prerequisites for this course include the ability to:

    • Coordinate clutch lever and throttle use to control the motorcycle smoothly
    • Upshift and downshift smoothly
    • Stop the motorcycle properly at a designated point
    • Negotiate typical roadway turns and curves

    Students must be capable of performing these basic motorcycle skills (which are taught in the Basic RiderCourse). Students attending this course that are not able to demonstrate these basic skills during two screening exercises will not be allowed to continue.

    Students successfully completing the IRCLW conducted by the VT Rider Education Program will be exempt from taking the Vermont motorcycle skill examination to obtain a motorcycle endorsement.

    Course Enrollment Requirements

    Student must be at least 16 years of age, hold a valid Vermont driver's license and valid State of Vermont motorcycle permit or have a valid Vermont driver's license endorsed for 2-wheeled motorcycle operation.

    Students must meet one of the following requirements:

    • have completed the Basic RiderCourse during the past 24 months and wish more practice time on the motorcycle, or
    • have been riding on a permit for a time and wish to earn a motorcycle endorsement, or
    • have not been riding for some time and wish to renew/refresh their basic skills
    Course Riding Gear Requirements
    • DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    • Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sun glasses)
    • Sturdy over the ankle boots
    • Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    • Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    • Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    We also ride even if it rains so be prepared. While it's not a requirement, bringing rain gear is a good idea as it will help keep you dry in the case of rain. While it's not a requirement, bringing rain gear is a good idea as it will help keep you dry in the case of rain.

    Please arrive at least 15 minutes early and be ready to participate. Course activities begin as scheduled. It is recommended that you bring a lunch and plenty of liquids. You will be given at least a 45 minute lunch break. Some training locations do not have food readily available nearby.

    Learning to ride a motorcycle is a very physical activity. If you have a medical condition that may restrict your ability to learn to ride a motorcycle, please consult your physician before taking a Vermont Rider Education Program Rider Course.

    Course Completion Requirements

    Successful completion of the Street Strategies eCourse prior to attending the course. Participation in all riding and classroom sessions. Passing score on the skills test.

    Adult - Terms and Conditions Page Title
    DMV Terms and conditions for students enrolling in a Vermont DMV Rider Education Program course
    Adult - Terms and Conditions "I Agree" checkbox label.
    I have read and agree to the terms and conditions for taking the course I am registering for.
    Adult - Terms and Conditions Language

    I understand I am signing up for a motorcycle safety course. I also understand if I fail to show up for any portion of the course, I forfeit my payment.

    I understand I will need the following safety gear with me to take the course:

    • DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    • Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sunglasses)
    • Sturdy over the ankle boots
    • Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    • Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    • Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    I understand I can borrow a DOT-compliant helmet if I do not have one of my own to wear in the course.

    I understand I need to pay for the course in full and failure to submit payment nullifies the registration.

    Motorcycles are provided for all participants of an Intermediate RiderCourse – License Waiver

    I understand I must:

    • have completed a Vermont Rider Education Program Basic RiderCourse (BRC) within the past 24 months and passed the BRC knowledge test, or
    • have a Vermont motorcycle permit or have held a Vermont motorcycle permit within the past 24 months, or
    • have a Vermont driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement

    Successful completion of the course requires

    • completion of an on-line class prior to class date
    • attendance, participation in and completion of all sessions
    • passing a motorcycle skills test

    Attending a course is not a guarantee I will successfully complete the course.

    In signing up for this course, I understand I need a valid operator’s license, and I will be prepared to provide my license information at the beginning of the course. By signing up I am indicating my license is valid.

    All VREP students are required to present a photo ID on the first day of the course.

    ** Students who do not bring proper riding attire will not be allowed to take the on-motorcycle portions of the course. **

    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions Page Title
    DMV Terms and conditions for students under 18 enrolling in a Vermont DMV Rider Education Program course
    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions "I Agree" checkbox label.
    I have read and agree to the terms and conditions for this Rider under the age of 18.
    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions Language

    I understand I am signing up for a motorcycle safety course. I also understand if I fail to show up for any portion of the course, I forfeit my payment.

    I understand I will need the following safety gear with me to take the course:

    • DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    • Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sunglasses)
    • Sturdy over the ankle boots
    • Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    • Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    • Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    I understand I can borrow a DOT-compliant helmet if I do not have one of my own to wear in the course.

    I understand I need to pay for the course in full and failure to submit payment nullifies the registration.

    Motorcycles are provided for all participants of an Intermediate RiderCourse – License Waiver

    I understand I must:

    • have completed a Vermont Rider Education Program Basic RiderCourse (BRC) within the past 24 months and passed the BRC knowledge test, or
    • have a Vermont motorcycle permit or have held a Vermont motorcycle permit within the past 24 months, or
    • have a Vermont driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement

    Successful completion of the course requires

    • completion of an on-line class prior to class date
    • attendance, participation in and completion of all sessions
    • passing a motorcycle skills test

    Attending a course is not a guarantee I will successfully complete the course.

    In signing up for this course, I understand I need a valid operator’s license, and I will be prepared to provide my license information at the beginning of the course. By signing up I am indicating my license is valid.

    All VREP students are required to present a photo ID on the first day of the course.

    ** Students who do not bring proper riding attire will not be allowed to take the on-motorcycle portions of the course. **

    Abbreviation for Completion Card Number
    RRBRC
    Next number to use when generating Completion Card Numbers
    255
  • Advanced Rider Course
    Abbreviation
    ARC
    Course Cost
    80.00
    Program Motorcycle Fee (if applicable)
    0
    Course Description

    This one-day course complements your basic skills and helps with personal risk assessment. It includes a fast-paced classroom segment with several fun interactive activities to improve perception and hazard awareness. Range exercises enhance both basic operating skills and crash-avoidance skills. Improving your braking and cornering finesse is emphasized. The course is beneficial for riders on any type of 2-wheel street motorcycle.

    Course Prerequisites

    Student must have a valid Vermont driver's license endorsed for 2-wheeled motorcycle operation and possess, at a minimum, basic riding skills. Students attending this course that are not able to demonstrate basic skills will not be allowed to continue.

    Course Equipment Requirements

    Students must bring their own street legal motorcycle. Motorcycles must be currently registered, inspected, insured, in good mechanical condition and meet Vermont inspection standards.

    Course Riding Gear Requirements

    DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sun glasses)
    Sturdy over the ankle boots
    Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    Course Completion Requirements

    Participation in all classroom and riding sessions.

    Adult - Terms and Conditions Page Title
    DMV Terms and conditions for students enrolling in a Vermont DMV Rider Education Program course
    Adult - Terms and Conditions "I Agree" checkbox label.
    I have read and agree to the terms and conditions for taking the course I am registering for.
    Adult - Terms and Conditions Language

    I understand I am signing up for a motorcycle safety course. I also understand if I fail to show up for any portion of the course, I forfeit my payment.

    I understand I will need the following safety gear with me to take the course:

    • DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    • Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sunglasses)
    • Sturdy over the ankle boots
    • Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    • Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    • Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    I understand I can borrow a DOT-compliant helmet if I do not have one of my own to wear in the course.

    I understand I need to pay for the course in full and failure to submit payment nullifies the registration.

    I understand I need to have a valid Vermont driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement.

    I understand I must use my own street legal motorcycle during this course. The motorcycle must be registered, inspected, insured and in good mechanical condition.

    Successful completion of the course requires attendance, participation in and completion of all sessions

    Attending a course is not a guarantee I will successfully complete the course.

    In signing up for this course, I understand I need a valid operator's license endorsed for motorcycle operation, and I will be prepared to provide my license information at the beginning of the course. By signing up I am indicating my license is valid.

    All VREP students are required to present a photo ID on the first day of the course.

    ** Students who do not bring proper riding attire will not be allowed to take the on-motorcycle portions of the course. **

    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions Page Title
    DMV Terms and conditions for students under 18 enrolling in a Vermont DMV Rider Education Program course
    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions "I Agree" checkbox label.
    I have read and agree to the terms and conditions for this Rider under the age of 18.
    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions Language

    I understand I am signing up for a motorcycle safety course. I also understand if I fail to show up for any portion of the course, I forfeit my payment.

    I understand I will need the following safety gear with me to take the course:

    • DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    • Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sunglasses)
    • Sturdy over the ankle boots
    • Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    • Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    • Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    I understand I can borrow a DOT-compliant helmet if I do not have one of my own to wear in the course.

    I understand I need to pay for the course in full and failure to submit payment nullifies the registration.

    I understand I need to have a valid Vermont driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement.

    I understand I must use my own street legal motorcycle during this course. The motorcycle must be registered, inspected, insured and in good mechanical condition.

    Successful completion of the course requires attendance, participation in and completion of all sessions

    Attending a course is not a guarantee I will successfully complete the course.

    In signing up for this course, I understand I need a valid operator's license endorsed for motorcycle operation, and I will be prepared to provide my license information at the beginning of the course. By signing up I am indicating my license is valid.

    All VREP students are required to present a photo ID on the first day of the course.

    ** Students who do not bring proper riding attire will not be allowed to take the on-motorcycle portions of the course. **

    Abbreviation for Completion Card Number
    ARC
    Next number to use when generating Completion Card Numbers
    131
  • 3-Wheel Basic Rider Course
    Abbreviation
    3WBRC
    Course Cost
    195.00
    Highlighted Information

    A requirement of this course is to successfully complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) online Basic eCourse prior to attending. After registering you will be provided with information on how to complete this eCourse. You will receive a link that will permit you to take the eCourse online at no-charge.

     

    ** You must bring a copy of your eCourse completion certificate with you on the first day of the course **

    Course Description

    This three-wheeled motorcycle training course is for novice riders and those with limited riding experience, as well as riders who haven't ridden for a few years. The course teaches the basic skills needed to operate a three-wheeled motorcycle in traffic. Training includes a five hour online Basic eCourse and 10 hours of on-motorcycle riding exercises. Motorcycles are provided to individuals attending this course.

    Course Enrollment Requirements

    Student must be at least 16 years of age and hold a valid Vermont driver's license. If the student is under 18 years of age a parent or guardian must sign the course waiver form at the start of the course.

    Course Riding Gear Requirements

    DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sun glasses)
    Sturdy over the ankle boots
    Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    Course Completion Requirements

    Successful completion of the Basic eCourse. Participation in all classroom and riding sessions. Passing score on both the knowledge and skills tests.

    Adult - Terms and Conditions Page Title
    DMV Terms and conditions for students enrolling in a Vermont DMV Rider Education Program course
    Adult - Terms and Conditions "I Agree" checkbox label.
    I have read and agree to the terms and conditions for taking the course I am registering for.
    Adult - Terms and Conditions Language

    I understand I am signing up for a motorcycle safety course. I also understand if I fail to show up for any portion of the course, I forfeit my payment.

    I understand I will need the following safety gear with me to take the course:

    • DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    • Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sunglasses)
    • Sturdy over the ankle boots
    • Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    • Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    • Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    I understand I can borrow a DOT-compliant helmet if I do not have one of my own to wear in the course.

    I understand I need to pay for the course in full and failure to submit payment nullifies the registration.

    You do not need to have a motorcycle learner's permit to participate in a Three-Wheel Basic RiderCourse.

    Motorcycles are provided for all participants of a Three-Wheel Basic RiderCourse.

    Successful completion of the course requires

    • completion of an on-line class prior to class dates
    • attendance, participation in and completion of all sessions
    • passing a motorcycle skills test

    Attending a course is not a guarantee I will successfully complete the course.

    In signing up for this course, I understand I need a valid operator's license, and I will be prepared to provide my license information at the beginning of the course. By signing up I am indicating my license is valid.

    All VREP students are required to present a photo ID on the first day of the course.

    ** Students who do not bring proper riding attire will not be allowed to take the on-motorcycle portions of the course. **

    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions Page Title
    DMV Terms and conditions for students under 18 enrolling in a Vermont DMV Rider Education Program course
    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions "I Agree" checkbox label.
    I have read and agree to the terms and conditions for this Rider under the age of 18.
    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions Language

    I understand I am signing up for a motorcycle safety course. I also understand if I fail to show up for any portion of the course, I forfeit my payment.

    I understand I will need the following safety gear with me to take the course:

    • DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    • Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sunglasses)
    • Sturdy over the ankle boots
    • Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    • Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    • Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    I understand I can borrow a DOT-compliant helmet if I do not have one of my own to wear in the course.

    I understand I need to pay for the course in full and failure to submit payment nullifies the registration.

    You do not need to have a motorcycle learner's permit to participate in a Three-Wheel Basic RiderCourse.

    Motorcycles are provided for all participants of a Three-Wheel Basic RiderCourse.

    Successful completion of the course requires

    • completion of an on-line class prior to class dates
    • attendance, participation in and completion of all sessions
    • passing a motorcycle skills test

    Attending a course is not a guarantee I will successfully complete the course.

    In signing up for this course, I understand I need a valid operator's license, and I will be prepared to provide my license information at the beginning of the course. By signing up I am indicating my license is valid.

    All VREP students are required to present a photo ID on the first day of the course.

    ** Students who do not bring proper riding attire will not be allowed to take the on-motorcycle portions of the course. **

    Abbreviation for Completion Card Number
    3WBRC
    Next number to use when generating Completion Card Numbers
    100
  • RCP
    Abbreviation
    RCP
    Course Cost
    0.00
    Adult - Terms and Conditions Page Title
    DMV Terms and conditions for students enrolling in a Vermont DMV Rider Education Program course
    Adult - Terms and Conditions "I Agree" checkbox label.
    I have read and agree to the terms and conditions for taking the course I am registering for.
    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions Page Title
    DMV Terms and conditions for students under 18 enrolling in a Vermont DMV Rider Education Program course
    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions "I Agree" checkbox label.
    I have read and agree to the terms and conditions for this Rider under the age of 18.
    Abbreviation for Completion Card Number
    UNK
    Next number to use when generating Completion Card Numbers
    100
  • Basic Rider Rider Course Level 2 - Skills Plus
    Abbreviation
    BRC2
    Course Cost
    80.00
    Course Description

    This one-day course (formerly known as the Experienced RiderCourse - Skills Plus) is designed for riders of two-wheeled motorcycles who are already licensed and frequently ride. The course includes riding exercises and discussions on motorcycle safety. Exercises practiced help riders hone their motorcycle skills including emergency braking, swerving, proper cornering techniques and slow speed maneuvers.
    Enrollment Requirements: Student must be at least 16 years of age and hold a valid Vermont driver's license endorsed for motorcycle operation.

    Course Enrollment Prerequisites

    Must a driver's license endorsed for motorcycle operation.

    Course Equipment Requirements

    Students must bring their own street legal motorcycle. Motorcycles must be currently registered, inspected, insured and in good mechanical condition

    Course Riding Gear Requirements

    DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sun glasses)
    Sturdy over the ankle boots
    Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    Course Completion Requirements

    Attendance and participation in all class activities.

    Adult - Terms and Conditions Page Title
    DMV Terms and conditions for students enrolling in a Vermont DMV Rider Education Program course
    Adult - Terms and Conditions "I Agree" checkbox label.
    I have read and agree to the terms and conditions for taking the course I am registering for.
    Adult - Terms and Conditions Language

    I understand I am signing up for a motorcycle safety course. I also understand if I fail to show up for any portion of the course, I forfeit my payment.

    I understand I will need the following safety gear with me to take the course:

    • DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    • Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sunglasses)
    • Sturdy over the ankle boots
    • Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    • Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    • Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    I understand I can borrow a DOT-compliant helmet if I do not have one of my own to wear in the course.

    I understand I need to pay for the course in full and failure to submit payment nullifies the registration.

    I understand I need to have a valid Vermont driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement.

    I understand I must use my own street legal motorcycle during this course. The motorcycle must be registered, inspected, insured and in good mechanical condition.

    Successful completion of the course requires attendance, participation in and completion of all sessions

    Attending a course is not a guarantee I will successfully complete the course.

    In signing up for this course, I understand I need a valid operator's license endorsed for motorcycle operation, and I will be prepared to provide my license information at the beginning of the course. By signing up I am indicating my license is valid.

    All VREP students are required to present a photo ID on the first day of the course.

    ** Students who do not bring proper riding attire will not be allowed to take the on-motorcycle portions of the course. **

    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions Page Title
    DMV Terms and conditions for students under 18 enrolling in a Vermont DMV Rider Education Program course
    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions "I Agree" checkbox label.
    I have read and agree to the terms and conditions for this Rider under the age of 18.
    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions Language

    Under 18 - Terms and Conditions Language

    I understand I am signing up for a motorcycle safety course. I also understand if I fail to show up for any portion of the course, I forfeit my payment.

    I understand I will need the following

    • safety gear with me to take the course: DOT compliant 3/4 or full-face helmet (if you do not have a helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course)
    • Protective eyewear (face shield, googles, eye or sunglasses)
    • Sturdy over the ankle boots
    • Long non-flare denim pants or of a material of equivalent or better durability with no tears or holes
    • Long sleeved shirt or jacket
    • Sturdy full-fingered gloves, preferably leather

    I understand I can borrow a DOT-compliant helmet if I do not have one of my own to wear in the course.

    I understand I need to pay for the course in full and failure to submit payment nullifies the registration.

    I understand I need to have a valid Vermont driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement.

    I understand I must use my own street legal motorcycle during this course. The motorcycle must be registered, inspected, insured and in good mechanical condition.

    Successful completion of the course requires attendance, participation in and completion of all sessions

    Attending a course is not a guarantee I will successfully complete the course.

    In signing up for this course, I understand I need a valid operator's license endorsed for motorcycle operation, and I will be prepared to provide my license information at the beginning of the course. By signing up I am indicating my license is valid.

    All VREP students are required to present a photo ID on the first day of the course.

    ** Students who do not bring proper riding attire will not be allowed to take the on-motorcycle portions of the course. **

    Abbreviation for Completion Card Number
    BRC2-
    Next number to use when generating Completion Card Numbers
    3740