As you can see, Can-Am is running a special for women riders! Click on the banner to be taken to the Can-Am registration page!
To see information concerning the changes we have implemented due to the Covid-19 virus, please visit our Covid-19 Information tab. Any updates we have concerning the guidelines and modifications we make to our program will be listed there.
July's Classes are posted! We have posted BRC's IRT's and S/TEP classes for July. All fees reflect the changes in the per student subsidy funding we receive from the Washington Motorcycle Safety Program. All prices for classes beyond July are subject to change!
Permitting and Endorsements Can Now Be Added Online! As of Thursday May 28th, both Permits and Endorsements can be added online! Go to https://www.dol.wa.gov/onlinesvcs.html and click on either Renew your Driver's License if you will be renewing as well as adding a Permit or Endorsement, or Replace your Drivers License if you adding either without renewing. You are not considered to be legal to ride until you add your Endorsement or Permit with the Department of Licensing! You must successfully complete all required tests prior to adding the permit or endorsement online. Your scoring information from classes or testing will be added by the end of the 3rd business day after the completion of your class or testing session. Do not attempt to add the Permit or Endorsement prior to the end of the 3rd business day after your class or testing session.
On July 1st 2020, changes will be implemented at the state level concerning how subsidy money is allocated. The changes made will allow more seats to be allocated for subsidized training. Since the total money allocated to subsize training remains the same, this means that each student will be subsidized a lesser amount. As a result, there will be a tuition increase for classes taken after July 1st. (Remember those who have purchased a seat and maintained their registration through out the shutdown will not be charged the increase if they reschedule after July 1st!) We do not know the total amount the state will pay per student in subsidy funds, so as a result we do not yet have a firm tuition increase number yet.