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Old March 14th @ 07:45 pm   #1
From: southwest

Motorcycle: 2007 zx6r
so i just got a green kawi 07 zx6r a couple of days ago. i'm not new to riding but never went and got a license. but i'm done getting into trouble, so my question is once i pass the written test, and go in for my skills test, am i allowed to drive to the dmv cuz i have no license plate? will they provide a bike? and what do they test on the skills part? some pointers would be very helpful, thanks

Old March 14th @ 07:53 pm   #2
ars0n750's Avatar
From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
Welcome to the site! Glad to see you going the legal route =]

1. Has to be a registered motorcycle for the test.
2. They will not provide a bike.
3. The motorcycle booklet will tell you what you will be tested on for the skills test. You can set up cones and try in your driveway or empty parking lot. Or you can go to the dmv on the weekends and actually use the test course to practice on.
4. I rode my registered bike to the dmv for my test when I didnt have a M license.

There is usually a waiting list for the skills test at DMV. I would suggest going to the CCSN and doing their beginner or advanced course. Once you pass you take the certificate to the dmv and they hand you a license. No DMV tests needed.
Old March 15th @ 04:08 am   #3
jZon702's Avatar
From: southside

Motorcycle: 2004 Honda CBR600 F4i
Your better off taking the MSF course, doing that you will recieve the cert to go to the DMV and get the M without taking the written, nor driving test at the DMV
Old March 15th @ 05:20 am   #4
From: Las Vegas

Motorcycle: 09 yamaha fz6r
Yea, what jzon said.. I would just take the class then register the bike. If you've ridden before you'll pass it easy and get your endorsement, and you never know you might learn something new. It's always good to brush up on your basics (we had a couple of experienced riders in the class with us too). Oh yea, congrats on the bike!
Old March 15th @ 07:05 pm   #5
Green_Dragon's Avatar
From: North Las Vegas

Motorcycle: 2006 Kawasaki ZX10R/2008 Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Nomad
Welcome to the the site! Congrats on the bike!

+1 on what they said about take the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Basic Rider Course (BRC) or Experienced Rider Course (ERC) at College of Southern Nevada (CSN).

You will do the driving test on their bike and written test during the class and everyone passes (wink wink) then take the certificatate down to the Department of Menstruating Vaginas (DMV) and you're Good To Go!
Old March 15th @ 07:52 pm   #6
ghostowl79's Avatar
From: north las vegas

Motorcycle: 2003 honda RVT1000R aka rc51
every one pass that does what the teachers tell you to do wink wink
Old March 15th @ 07:59 pm   #7

Motorcycle: YAMAHA '06 FZ6, 2000 XT 225
I have dropped plenty of riders from the program as well as failing plenty of riders during their evals. I don't like to but if they can't demonstrate controling the bike by meeting the objective, for their safety and the safety of others, I cannot allow them to continue or even yet, legally put them out on our streets.

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