Georgia Motorcycle Safety Programs

Riders at all levels can benefit from enrolling in one of Georgia’s motorcycle safety programs. Although successful graduates can earn their licenses in the basic and experienced-licensed waiver courses (with a 90-day license test waiver), there are many other good reasons to join. New riders can learn the skills they need to safely operate a motorcycle while advanced riders can brush up on their skills.

Basic Riders Course

This program is available for new riders and those who haven’t ridden in a while. In addition to classroom discussions, it provides the opportunity to practice on a closed course.

Some of the specific skills taught in the basic riders’ course include:

  • emergency braking;
  • turning;
  • riding in a straight line;
  • shifting;
  • stopping; and
  • handling critical situations.

Additionally, riders are taught about the importance of wearing the right kind of protective gear and how drugs and alcohol impact riding ability.

Experienced Riders Course/License Waiver

This one-day workshop is designed for those with experience who would like to improve or brush up on their skills. The license waiver allows those who have a permit or don’t have a license to earn one. Examples of skills taught include turning, evasive maneuvers and braking.

Advanced Riders Course

This one-day course is beneficial to advanced riders who would like to enhance both basic and crash avoidance skills. Areas of special focus are cornering and braking. This program also provides a personal risk assessment.

All skill levels can benefit from a motorcycle safety program. But there are other ways to raise awareness of risk factors that contribute to crashes. For instance, Georgia motorcycle accident statistics can provide a greater understanding of how age and location could play a role. They can also bring insight into common causes of crashes, such as speeding and alcohol use.

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