The New Hampshire Department of Safety, Division of Motor Vehicles, offers three (3) motorcycle rider training programs to New Hampshire motorcycle riders. Whether you are learning to ride a motorcycle for the first time, or are already an experienced motorcyclist looking to improve your skills on the open road, the motorcycle rider training programs have much to offer. The three (3) motorcycle rider training programs offered in New Hampshire have been developed by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and include the Basic Rider Course, Intermediate Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course.
The Basic Rider Course is an introductory program designed for new motorcycle riders with little or no motorcycle riding experience. The basic course takes approximately fifteen (15) to twenty (20) hours to complete, and involves both classroom instruction and on-cycle riding practice. Successful completion of the basic rider course results in the graduate receiving a completion card that waives the motorcycle skills test given at the Division of Motor Vehicles for motorcycle endorsement, for up to one (1) year.
The Intermediate Rider Course is a one-day refresher program designed to expand upon the lessons learned in the basic rider course. The intermediate course is designed for riders seeking further hands-on motorcycle practice, with an experienced instructor, in a controlled environment.
The Experienced Rider Course is a one-day course designed for motorcycle riders who have at least one (1) year of motorcycle riding experience and whom currently maintain the motorcycle endorsement on their driver’s license. The experienced rider course is designed to help experienced motorcyclists hone and fine-tune their motorcycle riding skills.
New Hampshire motorcycle rider training courses offer each motorcycle rider educational information from experienced certified motorcycle instructors. Whether you are a first time motorcycle rider looking to learn riding basics, or an intermediate or experienced rider seeking to fine-tune your motorcycle riding skills before the next upcoming season, the New Hampshire motorcycle rider training programs are a great place to start.
The New Hampshire motorcycle accident lawyers at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. are avid motorcyclists who strongly encourage all motorcycle riders to ride safely, utilize protective gear and clothing, and never drink and drive. If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident in New Hampshire and have questions or concerns and especially if you were injured, call us for a free consultation.