Pre-enrolled students successfully completing the course will have the motorcycle endorsement added to their Vermont license at the end of the course. Students added to the course on a standby basis will have a completion card mailed to them in about 10 days. These students must take the completion card to a Department of Motor Vehicles office to have the motorcycle endorsement added to their Vermont driver’s license.
Students successfully completing the Basic RiderCourse will have the motorcycle endorsement added to their Vermont driver’s license without further testing.
Yes, the Vermont Rider Education Program and the Motorcycle Safety Foundation require students to pass the Basic RiderCourse written and skill tests to successfully complete the course.
Students enrolling in a Basic RiderCourse are not required to have a motorcycle permit
You will be required to bring the following riding gear; DOT approved 3/4 or fullface helmet, if you do not have a proper helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course; over the ankle footwear (not canvass); long sturdy pants; long sleeved shirt or jacket; full fingered gloves; protective eye wear
Yes, 3/4 or full-face helmets meeting Department of Transportation (DOT) standards for motorcycle helmets can be used during a course. A motorcycle helmet meeting these requirements will have a DOT sticker on it. If you do not have a proper helmet the program will have one available for you to use during the course.