Basic Rider Course II (experienced) License Waiver
Have you been riding motorcycles for a while, but you have not gotten around to getting a motorcycle driver’s license? Do you already have good skills and proficiency? If so, consider enrolling in this class.This course is for experienced riders in full control of their machine. It will include many skill-refining exercises and in-depth discussions of strategies and issues of riding in traffic. If it is time for a tune up of your skills, please take this valuable course.
ATTENTION: This course is not intended to teach you basic riding skills. You must already have good, basic proficiency. Students lacking basic skills will be identified early in the course and dismissed, without refund. If you’re not sure, consider registering in the basic Motorcycle Rider Course. Students arriving without appropriate equipment and/or clothing will be dismissed and forfeit their tuition.
The completion card you will receive after sucessful completion will be printed using the information from your student profile.
This is the document you will take to NV DMV so it must be correct,
Please make sure the student profile has the following information:
Your complete first name as it appears on your NV Driver's license
Your middle intial(s)
Your complete last name as it appears on your NV Driver's license and any other items such as JR or II.
Requirements to enroll:·
Required equipment: Participants with out this equipment will be dismissed from course without a refund!
- You must be at least 15½ years of age
- Have a current class C driver's license or obtained a learner's permit
- Persons under 18 will also need the Jurat with a notarized guardian’s signature or have a parent come with them to sign the forms in person. The waivers and Jurat will be in the e course email.
- Be able to maintain consistent control of your machine
- Be in good physical condition
- Have a basic command of the English language
- Be a Nevada resident
- Your own street legal motorcycle with at least ¾ or a full tank of gas,
- Proof of insurance,
- Current registration,
- Valid NV driver’s license or driving permit and
- DOT approved 3/4 or full-face shield motorcycle helmet
- Gloves with full fingers (must have fingertips covered)
- Long sleeved shirt (pull over or button front) or jacket
- Long pants (jeans or similar fabric, with NO holes, tears or rips)
- Over the ankle boots with a hard sole (High heels or high top cloth athletic shoes are NOT permitted)
No loaner helmets, gloves, or boots are available.
All BRC II classes are held at the West Charleston campus range and regardless of weather conditions. Instructor(s) listed is subject to change. As part of the Basic Rider Course II, students are required to complete the Motorcycle Safety Foundations Street Strategies eCourse. We recommend you have basic computer proficiency in order to complete the eCourse. The cost of the eCourse is included in your registration fee. The eCourse takes approximately two hours to complete from start to finish. You do not have to complete the entire course in one sitting. You can exit and come back later, and the program will pick up where you left off. Once the eCourse is completed, print your certificate, or take a picture of it with your cell phone. The eCourse certificate must be presented to the instructor upon check in, in order to receive your completion card at the end of the in-person portion of the BRC II course.
Approximately one week before the physical class, you will receive an email from Motorcyclesafety@csn.edu that will have the following attachments: the link and instructions for signing into the eCourse, a Covid 10 waiver and an MSF Motorcycle Safety Waiver and Indemnification Agreement. If you have not received the email, please contact us at 702-651-4747.
IMPORTANT: The MSF eCourses are NOT accepted as a license waiver by any state department of motor vehicles, or as a license to ride a motorcycle or a learner’s permit.
Students MUST PASS a written knowledge test and skills evaluation. After successfully completing the course, you will receive a completion card, which you take to the DMV for your class M endorsement. The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles waives their testing for successful graduates of this course.
ATTENDANCE AT ALL SESSIONS IS MANDATORY. IF YOU ARE LATE, MISS A CLASS SESSION, DO NOT ATTEND or DISMISSED, YOUR COURSE FEE WILL BE FORFEITED.
NOTE: This course is NOT designed for Tri-Mobiles (Trikes, Can-Am Spider or sidecars). The
Piaggio MP3 is the ONLY three-wheeler that can be accommodated in this course.
PLEASE READ THE CSN TRANSFER POLICY PRIOR TO ENROLLING IN AN ERC.
ALL CLASSES ARE NONREFUNDABLE.