Licenses & Skills >> Basic Rider Course 2 (Experienced)
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This course is designed mainly for experienced but unendorsed motorcyclists. However, endorsed motorcyclists also use this course to refresh their skills. Students must be able to perform the skills learned in the Basic Rider course along with the skills they will learn in Basic Rider Course 2 in order to pass the skills test and receive your endorsement. Topics include: braking, counter-steering, turning, speed judgment, and other techniques necessary for the experienced rider to operate a motorcycle skillfully and safely. Students are required to provide their own motorcycle. The motorcycle must be titled, registered, and insured; and it must display a valid license plate. Students must provide proof of insurance, and the motorcycle must pass a safety inspection. Successful completion allows a student to waive the written knowledge and riding-skills test but still apply for the endorsement at the Secretary of State.
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