Motorcycle Policies

Washington Motorcycle Safety Training

Motorcycle Policies & FAQ

We know getting your motorcycle endorsement is confusing but we are here to help

Motorcycle Policies

  • A helmet that meets DOT standards
  • Long jeans or heavier material pants with no rips, tears or holes.
  • Long sleeve shirt or jacket that is weather appropriate.
  • Eye protection such as glasses, sunglasses, safety glasses or goggles.
  • Sturdy boots that cover the ankle with no more than a 1-inch heel.
  • Gloves that cover the entire hand.


You will not be permitted to ride without the required riding gear

We must strictly adhere to the on time and prepared to ride safely policy. Please be on time and arrive prepared with all the required riding gear listed. Be sure to be prepared for the outdoor conditions.

If you arrive late or unprepared to any portion of your course you will not be able to continue and it is a forfeit of your tuition. Be sure you are on time and ready to ride.

You must arrive on time to all portions of your course and be prepared to ride safely on the range.

Refunds will only be issued for cancellations made at least 10 days before the class.

If you cancel less than 10 days before the class, you will forfeit your entire registration fee. If you would like to reschedule your class 10 days or more before the start of your class, there is a $25 rescheduling fee if rescheduled 10 days prior to the beginning of your class.

Changes cannot be made less than 10 days before the start of your course. If you are late, arrive unprepared or do not show up for your class, you forfeit your entire registration fee.

You may use your own motorcycle, scooter or 3 wheel motorcycle instead of using one of ours.

It must pass a safety inspection that the instructors will perform at the beginning of the riding portion of the course. You will be asked to provide proof of ownership and show that you are insured on the motorcycle, scooter or 3 wheel motorcycle you plan to ride. It must be street legal, meaning all required equipment is functional and it must be registered with license plates on it.

If your motorcycle course is in Silverdale, you must also have a stock exhaust system to comply with noise restrictions.

Most motorcycle safety courses have a classroom component and a range riding component.

‘s motorcycle classrooms and ranges are located in Auburn, Mukilteo Silverdale and Everett. In Everett there are multiple classrooms supporting one large range location.

Please check our motorcycle classroom locations carefully. 

While our motorcycle instructors will do as much as possible to help you learn to ride, we can not guarantee that you will learn to ride or that you will pass the knowledge or skills exams that are required to obtain your motorcycle permit or endorsement. If you were not able to successfully complete your skills testing included in your course please Schedule a  returning student retest.