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What you should bring: All students must, at a minimum, have a properly fitting DOT (or Snell) approved motorcycle helmet; goggles; gloves; long pants; long-sleeved shirt; and over-the-ankle boots. Water and snacks are also a good idea. Check with the instructor to make sure your machine is appropriate for training. Loaner machines may be available. Three wheelers are not allowed.

COVID-19 Guidelines

Please note hands-on training course guidelines to help reduce and minimize the spread of COVID-19.

  • Class Capacity may be restricted depending on the county where the course is taking place
  • Physical Distancing of 6ft is to be maintained as much as possible
  • Keep hands clean/sanitized
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - bring all your own equipment as there is no sharing of PPE
  • Use face coverings if 6ft physical distancing cannot be maintained
  • If you're not feeling well, reschedule course for another time

Please check with your hands-on training provider for the latest course guidelines

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