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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Motorcycle safety training is a must



Click play to view the motorcycle safety training public service announcement in Spanish. When it comes to riding a motorcycle, safety training is a must…

Whether someone is new to riding or has years of experience, ADOT encourages all riders to take a certified safety training course.

By attending an approved rider training course, motorcyclists of all skill levels not only have the chance to obtain professional instruction to become safer riders, they are also able to acquire their motorcycle endorsement easily and conveniently.

As you can see in the video above, there are other advantages that include potential insurance discounts and scholarship opportunities.

More information from the Motorcycle Training Foundation can be found online. You’ll also find the Motorcycle Operator Manual, along with a list of authorized motorcycle training providers on ADOT’s website. If you want to read more about motorcycle safety, check out some of our previous posts.
Posted by Angela DeWelles   |  Labels:  Motorcycle-Safety, Video


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