The North Dakota Motorcycle Safety Program (NDMSP) is a total safety package.
In addition to offering safety training and education, the program provides free safety materials, broadcasts safety messages in print and electronic media, and partners with public and private entities to make motorcycling safer for everyone.
The NDMSP is committed to reducing motorcycle crashes, injuries and fatalities.
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News And Updates
2014 Class Schedule
Friday, January 10 2014 12:02 PM by: roxie
The 2014 Class Schedule will be available April 1, 2014. Please check back on or after April 1 to register online. No registrations will be available until April 1.
How do I schedule myself for a Class?
Friday, January 10 2014 12:01 PM by: roxie
Click on 'View Schedule and Register for Class' located on right hand column. It takes you to the next page to either view schedule prior to setting up profile or set up profile and then view schedule. (left click on the option you wish) Follow instructions to sign up and make payment with visa or mastercard. You must go through all screens through to registration payment(do not click on enter key more than once as your credit card will be charged as many times as you click enter). Note: ERC classes are for those that already have a motorcycle license. Do not sign up for ERC if you are looking to obtain your motorcycle endorsement. On right hand column, Basic Rider Course (BRC) and Experienced Rider Course (ERC) are explained. Prior to committing to a class, please make sure it works with your schedule as there is no rescheduling. If you schedule yourself for a class and cannot make that class, your registration fee is non-refundable and you must sign up for a new class and pay a new registration fee. Complete all steps all the way through payment and upon completion you receive an automatic email confirmation sheet. If you do not receive the confirmation sheet, please go to the right hand column and click on 'contact us' so a new confirmation sheet can be mailed to you. We do recommend you writing the date, time and location (view map if not sure of the class location). A student handbook will be sent to the address you set up on your profile. This is pre-assigned work prior to coming to class. Print waiver form to take to the class.