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Old 05-01-2008, 09:20 AM   #21
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Nope! You can take the written first! I took all my written test to get my CDL weeks before I took the driving portion!
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Years ago when I started riding, I just went and took the MSF and then got my endorsement. I was then legal when I went out on my own to find a bike and ride it. I was living in Colorado at the time.
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Once you take your written test you have a certain amount of time to complete the process (ie...driving part) so just make sure you know the time limit and take care of it all within that time frame.
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If you do the written test first and pass you will have a permit.It does require a new picture and id card as you will be getting the "M" endorsement. along with it comes restriction "J" which means you have to ride with a licensed rider 21 years of age or above within sight of you. Once you complete the MSF course you can go back with your certificate and they will issue you a new one again, only this time no restrictions.
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If you do the written test first and pass you will have a permit.It does require a new picture and id card as you will be getting the "M" endorsement. along with it comes restriction "J" which means you have to ride with a licensed rider 21 years of age or above within sight of you. Once you complete the MSF course you can go back with your certificate and they will issue you a new one again, only this time no restrictions.
went, took and passed the test with an 84% (common sense for the most part and I rushed through it ) and the quoted post is exactly what happened
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