i have taken the 8 hour course and i now feel comfortable to take the road test. i just dont know how to apply for my road test.Boxwrench said:http://maine.gov/portal/howdoi/motor_vehicles.html
How do I get a license for driving a motorcycle?
You can have the motorcycle license added onto your regular license. There is a different learner's permit, test and license for motorcycles. However, the license is usually an addendum to your regular automobile license.
In order to obtain a motorcycle endorsement on your Maine license you will need to take a rider course. The course you will need is a 15 hour hands-on course called the MRC:RSS or the BRC. The course in Maine is provided by Motorcycle Rider Education of Maine. They can be reached by calling (207) 338-9587. Upon successful completion of this course, the state will waive the road test.
The other alternatives would be to enroll in a classroom-only course and this course is offered in Maine only. The MMSEC course is an 8-hour classroom-only course and is designed to introduce the new rider to techniques to minimize risk to riders. These courses are made available through a variety of providers such as driving school. You can also check with motorcycle dealers to see whom they use. After you complete this 8-hour course, you will be eligible to receive an instruction permit. Once you obtain your instruction permit and when you feel ready, you can apply to take a road test
LMAO.... that was good... hahaha but the newbies wont get it.BPusser said:
Is this a serious question, or did someone put you up to this?Sno_Racer_Xtreme said:i have already taken my motorcycle safety permit test and as of right now i have my permit. Now i am just wondering what it is that i have to do to get my motorcycle license.