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Motorcycle Rider Licensing

Operating a motorcycle can be safe and fun when you act as a responsible rider. It also requires special skills and a heightened sense of awareness about other road users, traffic, and environmental conditions and a personal strategy to manage potential problems.

Motorcycle Rider Licensing

Three-wheeled Vehicles

Traditional two-wheel motorcycles are considered single-track vehicles. Three-wheel vehicles could have either double or triple tracks. Double track vehicles are motorcycles with sidecars, while triple track vehicles (trikes) can have either two front wheels or two rear wheels.

Three-wheeled Vehicles

Proper Hand Signals

Are you up on the proper signaling indications?

Proper Hand Signals

Sidecars

Only skilled, experienced riders should carry passengers or heavy loads. The additional weight of a passenger or cargo will change the handling characteristics of the vehicle.

Sidecars

Georgia Motorcycle Operators Manual

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