Horry Georgetown Tech offers motorcycle class
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Getting ready for the spring time motorcycle weather,Horry County Technical Collegeis offering a basic motorcycle riding class.

 In order to take the class, participants must already have a motorcycle learner’s permit and be at least 15 years old. Anyone under 18 years old must also have the consent of their parents. Space is limited to 12 students. The cost of the course is $ 239.

 The course will include 6 hours of classroom instruction and 12 hours of riding. The course does meet the requirements for getting a discount onSouth Carolina motorcycle insurance. A written test and a riding assessment will be given; students must pass both. Students must provide their own helmet and gloves but motorcycles are provided. Long sleeves, long pants and sturdy shoes are also required. The course will be held at the HGTC Myrtle Beach Campus. Classroom instruction will take place during the evening; riding classes will be done during the day. To register visit: www.hgtc.edu

 Dates for the class are:

Feb 8-Feb 10                                            

Mar 1-Mar 3

Mar 15-Mar 17

Apr 12-Apr 14

Apr 26-Apr 28

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I got into a minor fender-bender once near downtown Los Angeles and suggested to the other driver that we pull off the highway and deal with the matter on a safer city street.

She said OK, then disappeared.

Was she uninsured, or maybe unlicensed?

It wouldn’t be surprising. A national study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that unlicensed drivers are much more likely to leave the scene of an accident. And the California Department of Motor Vehicles recently reported that unlicensed drivers are three times as likely to cause a fatal crash as licensed drivers.

That’s bad news in a state with an estimated 2 million unlicensed drivers, many of them ineligible for licenses because they’re here illegally.

The news emboldened two groups with radically different solutions. From one side came renewed calls for allowing illegal immigrants to get licenses and go through the screening process that might make them safer drivers. From the other side came calls for doing more to keep unlicensed drivers off the roads and sending illegal immigrants back to where they came from.

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