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The Vermont Rider Education Program (VREP) was established in 1990 to offer motorcycle rider training to anyone who wishes to enjoy the sport of motorcycling. The Program offers instructional courses to make your motorcycling safer and more enjoyable.

Do I have to enroll in a course or do I just show up on a scheduled date?

It is best to enroll in a Vermont Rider Education Program course to be guaranteed an opening in the course you wish to attend. Many courses fill quickly and once full additional students cannot be added to the course. You can show up for a scheduled course and attempt to attend on a standby basis. Standbys are added to a course only when there is an available opening and are taken on a first come first served basis. Openings may be available if a course does not have the maximum number of allowed students scheduled to attend or if a scheduled student fails to show for a course.

What is the Vermont Rider Education Program Scooter Basic RiderCourse?

The Scooter Basic RiderCourse is for those individuals that have made the decision to ride a scooter. This course, containing a combination of riding exercises and classroom time, teaches the basic skills needed to operate a scooter in traffic. Students successfully completing this course will be exempt from taking the state required motorcycle written test and skill exam.
A motorcycle endorsement is required to operate a scooter in Vermont.

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Montpelier, VT 05603-0001

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