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Old 06-30-2018, 01:56 PM   #1
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Motorcycle training in TX

Things are still up in the air regarding training in TX. All eyes and ears in the motorcycle education circles in the state await further information about what's going to happen next. For the latest information, visit LookLearnLive.org or, better yet, plan to attend a meeting of the Texas Motorcycle Safety Coalition. We meet again 7/26 from 10a-3p at the Texas A&M campus.
In the meantime, classes are still mandatory for licensing in our state, and providers are still working hard to offer as many classes as possible as conveniently as possible. Find a class that works for you, and remember to use your MH discount if you book with us (www.mrhridertraining.com).
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Old 08-03-2018, 02:49 PM   #2
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The latest

At this time, nothing new yet. The Motorcycle Safety Unit of DPS will cease to exist at the end of the next fiscal year (September 1, 2019) and it is uncertain who will oversee the training, planning and overall coordination of motorcycle training in TX. It appears the TDLR (Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation) will oversee the training providers in the state, much like OSHA, to ensure that contract provisions and standards are upheld. They, however, know nothing about motorcycle training. As for what happens to the fees being collected by the state, and to the almost $20 million in the current motorcycle training fund, that remains a big question mark.
That's your money. And it may just go away.
So everything is up in the air, but for now it's status quo. You can stay up to date on things by joining the TX Motorcycle Safety Coalition. For more information, visit www.LookLearnLive.org.
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Old 08-03-2018, 03:04 PM   #3
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Clarification

The DPS MSU MAY cease to exist, pending the vote by the Sunset Review folks. As stated, everything is up in the air right now, so click on the TMSC link provided for more info.
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