Scooter - Basic Rider
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The Basic Scooter Rider Course teaches skills and defensive riding tactics to students who want to obtain a class M Driving permit. Classes consist of ten full hours of actual range riding and six hours of classroom instruction from veteran riders trained and certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and approved by the WI Department of Transportation. Scooters are provided. At the end of the riding portion of the class students will take the Basic Rider Level II Riding Test commonly referred to as the road test. Passing this class will allow you to receive your MSF Completion Card and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Skills Test Waiver form.
Enrollment Requirements: None
last updated: 06:00:52 AM Feb 10 2016
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