Basic RiderCourse II for License Waiver $225
(BRC II LW)
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So you have had your learner’s permit for years and do not want to take a 2.5 day beginner course because you have been riding a long time, but you really want to get your license, but you can’t make arrangements to get to the DMV for the road test. Sound familiar? Well, the BRC II for License Waiver is just what you have been looking for.
This is not a beginner’s basic class. YOU MUST HAVE A NYS MOTORCYCLE LEARNER’S PERMIT AND A NYS DRIVERS LICENSE TO TAKE THIS CLASS (Out-of-state riders need only their drivers license. Out-of-state riders: check with your state’s DMV to make sure the NYS BRC II for license waiver is accepted by your state for license).
- This is a one-day class for higher than “beginner level” skilled riders looking to get their license and begin to ride legally.
- There is an online e-component that must be completed prior to class.
- There is a riding/range component with riding skill evaluation.
- Successful students earn a class completion card that the DMV will honor as a Road Test Waiver, eliminating the need to arrange a riding test at the DMV.
- Do not sign up for this class if you are not, in fact, an experienced rider with, at a minimum, good basic riding skills. No refunds will be given to students coming into class without the basic skills necessary to take this class.
FAQs – READ BEFORE ENROLLING
(Q) Do I use my bike for the class?
(A) Yes. Your street legal bike must be registered, inspected, and insured.
(Q) What license documents do I need?
(A) NYS Drivers License, NYS motorcycle permit, registration, inspection, and insurance cards for the motorcycle you are using. If you have an out-of-state license, check with your home state to see if they accept the NYS BRC as a license waiver.
You must be 18 years of age or older to take this class.
You must have had your learners permit for a minimum of one year.
(Q) What skills should I have before enrolling in this class?
(A) You should be comfortable riding on public roads. You should have basic control over the throttle, brakes, and clutch. You should be able to stop, swerve, and corner with control. Not sure…Phone 518 668 5589 to discuss.
(Q) How long is this class?
(A) This is a one day class. 8AM~5PM. There is also an online e-component that you MUST complete prior to coming into the class. You MUST bring the e Course Completion Certificate to class with you. (There are no refunds if you do not have this document)
You must complete the E Course no sooner than 30 days before your scheduled class.
(Q) What safety /riding gear do I have to wear/bring to the class?
(A) At a minimum, you must wear a long sleeved shirt or jacket, long pants / jeans, boots that cover your ankle, full-fingered gloves, a DOT approved helmet, and eye protection.
(Q) Do I leave the class with a “M” license?
(A) Successful completion earns you a Course Completion Card that acts as a road test waiver. You will take your Course Completion Card (road test waiver), your driver’s license, and your motorcycle learner’s permit to the DMV. They will process the paperwork and issue your motorcycle (M) endorsement on your license. No further tests are required.
(Q) What if I do not pass the skill evaluation?
(A) You have the opportunity to take it twice.
(Q) Does this class qualify for insurance premium reductions?
(A) Check with your insurance company. Some do recognize the class.
(Q) How much riding time is there in this class?
(A) You will complete the online component prior to coming to the college. The range exercises generally take 5-6 hours to complete.
(Q) Is there a lunch break?
(A) Yes, around noon, there will be approx. a one-hour lunch break.
(Q) What if it rains?
(A) We ride, rain or shine. Bring rain gear; we have some to lend, too.
IF you have any questions about this course or you ability to participate or complete successfully, call us before you enroll. THIS IS A EXPERIENCED RIDERS COURSE.