All applicants for a first-time motorcycle endorsement (new riders) in Oregon are required to pass an approved course. You must present the course completion card at DMV when applying for the endorsement. Most riders are also required to take the DMV motorcycle knowledge test.
This endorsement allows you to ride a 2-wheel motorcycle. To get your endorsement, you must: Pass the rider education course from TEAM OREGON; Basic Rider Training, or BRT, will waive both the DMV knowledge and skills tests; or.
To be eligible to receive an Oregon motorcycle endorsement, you must: Be at least 16 years old. Hold an OR driver's license*. Complete a TEAM OREGON motorcycle education course.
PCC motorcycle courses are offered in cooperation with Team Oregon,. All motorcycle riders are required to have a valid motorcycle endorsement on their .
Our friendly instructional courses are designed for people that have never been. A driver's license or driving permit (Does not have to be a motorcycle permit).
Team Oregon Motorcycle Safety Program, known as Team Oregon, is an American,. by ODOT through motorcycle endorsement (license) fees and student tuition.. The Basic Rider Training (BRT) is a 15-hour course for novice riders.