Motor Essay

19839 WordsApr 2, 201180 Pages
 TRAININGSITeS The Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program Real Riding...Real Skills The Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program (GMSP) is a part of the Georgia Department of Driver Services. In addition to offering rider education programs, the GMSP also promotes motorist awareness programs, share the road campaigns, and is focused on highway safety issues affecting Georgia motorcyclists. The GMSP directly operates 20 training sites and certifies 11 private sites. For information about the Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program visit www.dds.ga.gov/training or call 1-866-754-3687 Outside Atlanta (678) 413-8400 for Metro Atlanta Training Sites Acworth Alpharetta* Augusta Carrollton Clarkesville Conyers Kingsland* Lilburn* Macon Martinez* Newnan* Rome Swainsboro Tifton+ Waycross * Independent State-approved location + Both State & Independent location Albany+ Americus Braselton Cartersville* Commerce Dalton Lawrenceville Lithia Springs* Marietta* Morrow* Perry Savannah Thomasville Valdosta Check www.dds.ga.gov for new training sites added after publication. Revised May 2009 RIDINGINGeORGIA The Georgia Department of Driver Services Motorcycle Safety Program is providing this manual to current and future motorcyclists so their riding experience will be enjoyable and safe. Motorcycles are fun to ride, easy to park, and inexpensive to operate. However, to operate a motorcycle safely in traffic requires special skills and knowledge. The Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program (GMSP) offers low cost, professional training to assist riders in improving their skills: Basic Course The Basic Course highlights the safe operation of a motorcycle, with emphasis on the special skills and mental attitudes necessary for dealing with traffic. Successful graduates receive a waiver of the DDS’ administered written test and on-cycle license test (customers must pass the vision test

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