Obtaining Your Endorsement Through Training After January 1st, 2020
These changes only affect 2-Wheel training and testing. 3-Wheel training and testing will not be affected. There will be no modification to the 3-wheel program.
After January 1st 2020 the result of successfully completing a Basic Rider Course or an Intermediate Rider Course will be a Learners Permit.
The Department of Licensing has set a limit to the number of Learners Permits you can have within the last 5 years. It is up to you to make sure you have not exceeded this limit. We do not have access to licensing information and cannot determine as to whether or not you will qualify for the Learners Permit.
You must go to the Department of Licensing within 180 days of successfully completing the class to have your Learners Permit added.
If you go beyond 180 days, your class results will be nullified in the Department of Licensing system and you will have to begin all over again!
Your Learners Permit will be good for 180 days and can be renewed for an additional 180 days. Within the time your permit is valid, you must return to take and pass an additional 50 question written test and to take and pass an endorsement level skills test. The skills test consists of two runs, one to demonstrate your ability to stop from speeds from 20-25 MPH, and one to demonstrate your ability to negotiate left and right-hand curves.
You must provide a motorcycle to take the endorsement skills test. You are required to get your motorcycle to our facility legally. Your test will be ridden on private property, however you are not exempt from traffic laws while riding to or from our facility.
There will be an additional charge for the endorsement written and skills test. The charge for riders who have successfully completed their Basic or Intermediate class at MTI will be $15.00 for the Endorsement Written and $35.00 for the Endorsement Skills.