New Safety Course Offered For Motorcycle Riding Season
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With spring’s arrival, PennDOT reminds motorcyclists of all skill levels that Pennsylvania residents with a motorcycle license or permit can enroll in a free course to enhance their riding skills through the 2012 Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program.

The program offers courses for new and experienced riders at approximately 69 locations across the state. Courses are offered now through October. A full schedule is available online at www.pamsp.com. 

“We are committed to helping riders meet the challenges and demands of operating a motorcycle by helping them improve their safety knowledge and riding skills through the Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program,” said PennDOT Secretary Barry J. Schoch. “There is no substitute for proper training and technique when it comes to riding a motorcycle. These free safety courses are a great foundation in learning how to handle motorcycles in all types of road and weather conditions, and in making the roadways a little safer for everyone.”

New for the 2012 riding season is the Advanced Rider Course, a one-day training session modeled after a military training course for licensed motorcyclists who wish to enhance their safety skills through attitude and enhanced awareness.  The course provides a minimum of 3.5 hours of classroom instruction and 4.5 hours of practical riding e…………… continues on Patch.com

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PennDOT Urges Motorcyclists of All Skill Levels to Enroll in Free Safety Courses
News from Patch.com:

With spring’s arrival, PennDOT reminds motorcyclists of all skill levels that Pennsylvania residents with a motorcycle license or permit can enroll in a free course to enhance their riding skills through the 2012 Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program (PAMSP).
 
The program offers courses for new and experienced riders at approximately 69 locations across the state. Courses are offered now through October. A full schedule is available online at www.pamsp.com.
 
“We are committed to helping riders meet the challenges and demands of operating a motorcycle by helping them improve their safety knowledge and riding skills through the Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program,” said PennDOT Secretary Barry J. Schoch. “There is no substitute for proper training and technique when it comes to riding a motorcycle. These free safety courses are a great foundation in learning how to handle motorcycles in all types of road and weather conditions, and in making the roadways a little safer for everyone.”
 
New for the 2012 riding season is the Advanced Rider Course (RC), a one-day training session modeled after a military training course for licensed motorcyclists who wish to enhance their safety skills through attitude and enhanced awareness. 

The course provides a minimum of 3.5 hours of classroom instruction and 4.5 h…………… continues on Patch.com

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