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Old 04-18-2009, 02:45 PM   #1
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Old 04-18-2009, 02:46 PM   #2
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What he said. the written test can be taken anytime; go to the DMV and get the little pamphlet w all the answers and practice test. Study, use common sense. Pass the written test then call Awesome Cycles(advertising plug; but one of our MH Sponsors)

You need a helmet and long sleeve shirt, etc. They provide the bikes.

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What he said. the written test can be taken anytime; go to the DMV and get the little pamphlet w all the answers and practice test. Study, use common sense. Pass the written test then call Awesome Cycles(advertising plug; but one of our MH Sponsors)

You need a helmet and long sleeve shirt, etc. They provide the bikes.

Done, and legit.
^ YES! DO WHAT HE SAID! ^
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Old 04-18-2009, 03:34 PM   #7
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^ YES! DO WHAT HE SAID! ^
Do what he said and what the other guy said. You will learn things youve never even thought of before. Also, MSF north of houston at Awesome Cycles, provided helmets. You just need shoes that cover the ankle
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Old 04-18-2009, 03:36 PM   #8
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this is what i did....

go to the DPS and take the written test and then go back with a legal (registration, inspection, blinkers yada yada) motorcycle and do the driving test. $15 spent. and i got my CM class license.

if you know how to ride already then that is the best way to go.

if you dont know what you are doing. then take MSF and they help you out with getting your license or permit or something.
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Old 04-18-2009, 03:44 PM   #9
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Going to DMV can be a pain. You take your test one day. Next day you have to have a car, all up to date, another licensed rider to follow and drive the car and also to drive your bike to the DMV, a bike, all up to date, and a helmet.

Richmond DMV did not require a licensed rider, they let my wife drive as I tested. Cool folks in some ways. Smaller lines than Houston, but you have to arrive by 7:00 to wait in line till they open at 8 ish to get a driving test spot. Good news is you'll be done by 11 cuase they only schedule enough tests to take until they go to lunch.

I will pay it forward and help you get the license any day you choose, assuming you have a LOT of riding experience. I'm 2 blocks from the Richmond DMV when I take my son to school at 7:45. If you don't know how to ride, just go take MSF and make our site sponsors happy!
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What he said. the written test can be taken anytime; go to the DMV and get the little pamphlet w all the answers and practice test. Study, use common sense. Pass the written test then call Awesome Cycles(advertising plug; but one of our MH Sponsors)

You need a helmet and long sleeve shirt, etc. They provide the bikes.

Done, and legit.
Agreed, except don't even bother doing the written test first. We'll give you the DPS booklet at the end of class and you can do it all at once. One trip vs. Two.

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