3-Wheeled Motorcyle

3-Wheeled Motorcycle Driver Training

The following is a listing of approved 3-Wheeled motorcycle driving programs. Students successfully completing an approved 3-Wheeled training will be exempt from the required skill test to obtain a 3-wheeled motorcycle endorsement. Students will still be required to pass the knowledge examination in order to obtain an endorsement. For information regarding tuition, schedules and other details, please contact the schools directly.

  • Capital Area Motorcycling School, Inc.

Hudson Valley Community College

(518) 629-7339

Driver's License Endorsements

(a) Requirements to Obtain a School Bus Endorsement.

Before a person may be licensed to assume the duty of transporting school pupils in either a Type I or Type II school bus, he or she shall comply with applicable provisions of 23 V.S.A. §1282, and shall:

(1) Successfully pass the following tests:

a. Vision test.

Motorcycle Endorsement

Every Vermont resident who operates a motorcycle on the highway in Vermont must hold a valid Vermont Driver's or Junior Driver's license with the proper motorcycle endorsement. However, the Commissioner may issue a restricted license to a physically disabled person for the operation of a 3-Wheeled Motorcyle.

All applicants applying for a motorcycle endorsement must hold a valid Vermont license. A fee is required each time an applicant takes the knowledge test. A fee is charged for each motorcycle skills test taken.

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Montpelier, VT 05603-0001

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