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Old 07-22-2015, 11:46 PM   #1
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Hey guys I'm a new rider and I gotta take the road test to get my license. Do you guys know any way to do my road test before August? So many places don't have times available till September.
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Old 07-23-2015, 07:41 AM   #2
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Iraz, what do you mean road test? Do you mean you need your M endorsement on your license? Unless you are under 18, Texas no longer requires a written or driving test for you M endorsement as long as you successfully complete a BRC course. There are several in the area that offer classes pretty much every weekend (and some weekdays). There is a sticky post that lists local places, or go here and check: http://www.dps.texas.gov/msb/traininglocations/
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Iraz, what do you mean road test? Do you mean you need your M endorsement on your license? Unless you are under 18, Texas no longer requires a written or driving test for you M endorsement as long as you successfully complete a BRC course. There are several in the area that offer classes pretty much every weekend (and some weekdays). There is a sticky post that lists local places, or go here and check: http://www.dps.texas.gov/msb/traininglocations/
Yeah I'm under 18 so I gotta take the driving test to get my M endorsement but the problem is that all the DPS centers I checked don't have tests available for a month or two

Wait aren't you the instructor from the Rosenberg class?

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Old 07-23-2015, 02:26 PM   #4
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Try Conroe, it's a drive from just about anywhere, but they are never busy.
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Yeah I'm under 18 so I gotta take the driving test to get my M endorsement but the problem is that all the DPS centers I checked don't have tests available for a month or two

Wait aren't you the instructor from the Rosenberg class?
Yep, I teach in Rosenberg. Think I recognize your name now
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Try Conroe, it's a drive from just about anywhere, but they are never busy.
Not a bad idea, but the logistics of getting the bike and a car to a DPS center is a pain in the . If Iraz shows up on the bike without a licensed rider to get it there or a car without valid tags, insurance, or licensed driver, it's big time trouble.
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