How do I get a motorcycle license in Las Vegas?

How do I get a motorcycle license in Las Vegas?

How do I get a motorcycle license in Las Vegas?

In order to obtain a motorcycle license in Nevada, you must either take a course that is offered by an approved motorcycle school or you must pass a written test and a road skills test offered by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). You can choose whatever option is better for your specific needs.

How much is the MSF course Nevada?

Get your License Upon completion, you may bring the Certificate of Completion (MSF card) and your existing Nevada license to a DMV office to have your new license issued. The DMV will accept courses up to one year after completion. The cost is $8.25.

How long does it take to get a motorcycle license in Nevada?

Have had a Motorcycle Instruction Permit for at least six months. Have a minimum of 50 hours of logged supervised riding experience. Pass a riding safety course or have an additional 50 hours of logged supervised riding.

Is there a helmet law in Nevada?

The Nevada Helmet Law is an existing law that requires all motorcyclists and passengers to wear helmets that meet U.S. Department of Transportation standards while riding in the state of Nevada. What’s Changed? As of October 1st, all riders and passengers riding on trikes and mopeds must also wear helmets.

Can I wear cowboy boots to a MSF course?

Shoes, dress boots, cowboy boots, winter boots, rain boots, tennis shoes, hightop or not are unacceptable.

How can I learn to drive a motorcycle?

If you want to learn how to ride a motorcycle correctly and safely, it’s always best to take an MSF (Motorcycle Safety Foundation) course and train with a qualified instructor.

Are bike helmets required in Nevada?

Nevada does not have a universal law requiring bicyclists to wear helmets when they ride. Bicyclists of all ages can lawfully choose not to wear helmets. However, the state’s Department of Transportation recommends all bicyclists wear helmets for their safety.