Motorcycle License Endorsements for the Military. Peter J Hill, PE, CSP Safety Engineer Headquarters Marine Corps Safety Division. Motorcycle License Poll. Thanks to all who responded! Summary 20 States responded 16 allow Military to receive Endorsement by mail
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Peter J Hill, PE, CSP
Headquarters Marine Corps Safety Division
Training and Motorcycle Endorsement RequiredMotorcycle License Dilemma
OK, Come home and retake the course in Louisiana
Hey Louisiana, I am stationed in California, bought a bike and need my endorsement on my LA license.
Too bad. For Louisiana you have to take OUR course.
I can’t. Have to deploy in 4 weeks. I took the BRC on base though.
I guess I’ll have to change my license to California…
Riders “Under the Radar”- Over-Represented in Crashes- No Training Opportunities- No Riding Mentorship- Risk Disciplinary Action- Risk Local Traffic Violations- Promote attitude of Non-Compliance
If I can’t get endorsement I won’t be allowed to ride – I guess I better not tell my Sergeant that I have a bike
Allow Military to get endorsement by mail.
We Did It!
Any person who holds a Virginia driver’s license and is a member, the spouse of a member, or a dependent of a member of the United States Armed Services shall be issued a motorcycle classification by mail upon documentation of (i) successful completion of a basic motorcycle rider course approved by the United States Armed Services and (ii) documentation of his assignment outside the Commonwealth.