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So what is with your sig, 'I got my permit'?? The driving limitations (in a car) are pretty strict.

Class C: Instructional Permit
Applicant must be at least 15 years old and be able to pass the eye and knowledge test. When driving, there must be a licensed driver at least 21 years old in the front seat with him or her at all times. The permit is valid for 24 months. Parental consent is required for applicants under 18 years of age.



and you are not able to ride a bike on street until you are 16 (if your parent signs the waiver) - another year from now, with major restrictions. :eek:

Class M: Instructional Permit
The applicant must be at least 16 years of age and have parental consent if under 18. Applicant must pass an eye and knowledge test. The permit is valid for 6 months and will allow the applicant to operate motorcycles and motor-driven cycles with the following restrictions: no passengers, no expressways, daylight hours only, and/or certain other applicable restrictions.



This is not to 'rub it in', just to ensure you know the law and dont unknowingly break it - costing you/your parents major $$$, and you the loss of your license for a LONG time.
 

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im glad i never had to go through all the stuff these kids have to go through now to get their licences :)

i think it all took effect a few years after i got mine..
 

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I got mine when I was 21, so I had been driving for 5 years before that. All I had to do was written test, then balance, then a quick ride in town and that was it. I had my full liscence, none of this learner stuff.
 

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crap, i dont think i had to go through all that stuff when i got my license/permit.
Do you live in Georgia? These laws/requirements are from the GA DMV and may not pertain to your State.
 

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ahh yes, i live in texas.
...where you are bound to be run over at any given moment! My sis lives in McKinney, so I visit a couple times a year. I can say I would have to give up riding if I lived near DFW. :eek: Too many bad drivers...scary sheot.
 

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Yea I read all of that stuff, kinda sucks they are so strict but I relize it is for safety reasons. Good looking out though.
 

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:D lmao :D



I have a car permit. I have to keep it for year, which sucks but today I am starting my fist little bit of driving school which still kind of sucks.... Maybe i will figure out today but what can this guy teach me that my dad can't, IDK :rolleyes:
 

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Ca$h said:
:D lmao :D



I have a car permit. I have to keep it for year, which sucks but today I am starting my fist little bit of driving school which still kind of sucks.... Maybe i will figure out today but what can this guy teach me that my dad can't, IDK :rolleyes:
So you don't have a bike permit yet? Man, that must suck to have an R6 in your garage and can't ride it :eek:
 

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You've been called three times because you suck so much ass.

You suck so bad. You're the suckiest suck that ever sucked.

:twofinger

I wish the :twofinger still worked...
 

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You're the suckiest suck that ever sucked.


Lmao, that hilarious, yea, the two finger should be back shortly.
 

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We don't have an M class for motorcycles in West Va. It's an F class.. The lady at the DMV told me the F stands for Fun. :D
 

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Say what?

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We don't have an M class for motorcycles in West Va. It's an F class.. The lady at the DMV told me the F stands for Fun. :D
Hmm...I question the knowledge of whomever you spoke to:

Motorcycle Driver's License

If you wish to operate a motorcycle in Virginia, you must pass the driver’s license two-part knowledge exam, the motorcycle knowledge exam and the motorcycle road skills test. If you already hold a driver’s license, you may add a Class M to your license. If you do not hold a driver’s license, you may obtain a driver’s license with a class M that only allows you to operate a motorcycle. For more information refer to the Virginia Motorcycle Operator Manual, available at any DMV customer service center or at www.dmvNOW.com.


VA DMV info
 
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