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You must be at least 16 years old and have a valid Nebraska operator’s permit or license. Students who are under the age of 19 are required to have a parent or legal guardian sign a waiver to allow them to take a class. Call us at 402-593-1564 Monday through Friday 8 am to 4 pm (excluding holidays) to make arrangements to have a waiver sent to you.
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A motorcycle will be provided for students for the following:
Students will need to bring their own motorcycle for the following:
Both classroom and range are conveniently located at the Bellevue Fire Department Training Site (PDF). On the north side of Cornhusker Road, between 25th Street and 36th Street in Bellevue at end of the long access road.
3100 SP Benson Dr.Bellevue, Ne
All students are required to bring the following:
Upon successful completion, you’ll have learned how to become a safe and responsible motorcyclist. You will receive your completion certificate right at the end of class, which normally waives the requirement to take the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) written exam and road test, in order to have the M endorsement placed on your license. Also, you may be eligible for a discount on your insurance. Note, The State DMV examiner reserves the right to retest anyone, but this is very rare.
Anyone holding a valid driver’s license or permit can take a class with us. If your Driver’s License is from Nebraska, upon successful completion of the course, take your completion certificate to the Nebraska DMV office of your choice. The DMV will place the motorcycle endorsement on and remake your license. You will be required to take a vision test. Once this is complete and barring any further testing requirements your license will be reissued with the endorsement. The note above applies also. If your operator’s license was issued in another state you will need to contact your home state for instructions. Military personnel on orders fall in a different category and should contact their unit admin and or the local JAG office for special instructions.
Upon successful completion, the RiderCoach will award your completion card. Take the completion card (proof of course completion) to the DMV, and they will re-issue your Nebraska driver’s license with an "M" endorsement, normally without any further testing at or by the DMV.
An "M" or motorcycle endorsement authorizes the license holder to operate a motorcycle, 3-wheel motorcycle, or scooter. An "M" endorsement with a "Z" restriction further limits the license holder to the operation of a 3-wheel motorcycle or scooter only. This restriction is used when the individual takes the Scooter Basic RiderCourse (SBRC) and not the Basic Rider Course (BRC).
A motorcycle learner’s permit is not required for any of our classes.
If you do not pass the written exam or the riding evaluation, you are allowed to retest at a later class at no additional charge.