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Appendix D: Scope of Services Typically Provided for in Legislation Authorizing Motorcycle Safety Programs Table of ContentsHomenhtsa

Appendix A
Factors That Have Changed Since the Hurt Report

Appendix B
In-Depth Investigation of Motorcycle Crashes

Appendix C
Objectives of the Common Methodology

Appendix D
Scope of Services Typically Provided for in Legislation Authorizing Motorcycle Safety Programs

Appendix E
State Motorcycle Safety Program Assessments

Appendix F
Examples of Rider Education & Training Curricula

Appendix G
State Operator Licensing Requirements

Appendix H
Elements of a Typical Graduated License System for Motorcyclists

Appendix I
State Motorcycle Equipment Requirements

Appendix J
State Insurance Requirements

Most state legislation that creates motorcycle safety programs typically includes the administration and implementation of programs or systems to facilitate:

A. Sponsor/site identification and preparation
B. Equipment acquisition, maintenance, and repair
C. Instructor and/or RiderCoachSM identification, training, and continuing education
D. Instructor-trainer and/or RiderCoachSM identification, training, and continuing education
E. Motorcycle operator training
F. Course delivery
G. Program evaluation and quality assurance
H. Promotion and public information
I. Additional requirements may include:
1. Provisions for mandatory training for riders younger than 16, 18, or 21
2.  Formation of citizen and/or government advocacy committees to provide oversight and a public forum to hear motorcyclists’ safety issues and concerns
3. Motorcycle operator licensing training and testing

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