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Appendix F: Examples of Rider Education & Training Curricula 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

Basic training
1. Curricula designed for the beginning rider
2. Entry qualifications: minimum age to qualify for state’s motorcycle endorsement
3. Knowledge and skill testing
4. Licensing examinations waived for course graduates
Intermediate training
1. Curricula designed for rider with at least six months’ or 20,000 miles experience
2. Entry qualifications: possess motorcycle permit
3. Skill testing
4. Licensing skills test waived for course graduates
Experienced rider training
1. Curricula designed for rider with at least three years of experience and 10,000 miles
2. Entry qualifications: possess motorcycle endorsement
3. Skill and knowledge testing optional
4. License examinations not waived
Optional special needs training
1. Passenger
2. On-street

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