Thinking about riding a motorcycle in Oregon? If so, you’re going to need a Motorcycle Endorsement Oregon, this will allow you to legally ride a motorcycle within the state.
Do You Qualify For A Motorcycle Endorsement?
Before going down to your Oregon DMV office, ask yourself this question: “do I qualify for a motorcycle endorsement?” To learn if you qualify for a motorcycle endorsement, use this checklist:
- Do you live in Oregon? You must be a resident to qualify
- Are you over 16 years of age? Motorcycle riders must be over 16 years of age to ride a motorcycle in the state.
- Do you have an Oregon Drivers License? If so, it must be active and not have been suspended, revoked or canceled anytime within the last six months to one year.
- Do you have any medical issues? If your answer to this question is yes, you must submit VALID proof from your doctor that your condition will not inhibit you from safely riding your insured motorcycle on the streets of Bend or anywhere else in Oregon.
What To Bring To The DMV
On your trip to the DMV be sure to bring your drivers license, social security card and proof of where you live (electricity bill, cable bill), before you apply for a Motorcycle Endorsement Oregon you will need to have met the qualifications for the rider education course and demonstrated that you have the skills to safely ride your motorcycle, you will also need to pass a vision test, pay a motorcycle endorsement fee and have your picture taken.
Oregon Motorcycle Insurance
To obtain affordable motorcycle insurance in Bend or anywhere else in Oregon, contact the Tye Farnsworth Allstate Insurance team today at (541) 318-8835 or click here for a free, online, quote.
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