(1) The motorcycle endorsement examination must emphasize maneuvers necessary for on-street operation, including emergency braking and turning as may be required to avoid an impending collision.
(2) The examination for a two-wheeled motorcycle endorsement and the examination for a three-wheeled motorcycle endorsement must be separate and distinct examinations emphasizing the skills and maneuvers necessary to operate each type of motorcycle.
(3) The department may authorize an entity that has entered into a contract under RCW 46.20.520
to administer the motorcycle endorsement examination.
(4) The department may waive all or part of the examination for persons who satisfactorily complete the voluntary motorcycle operator training and education program authorized under RCW 46.20.520
or who satisfactorily complete a private motorcycle skills education course that has been certified by the department under RCW 46.81A.020
[2011 c 370 § 5; 2003 c 41 § 3; 2002 c 197 § 1; 2001 c 104 § 2; 1999 c 274 § 11; 1982 c 77 § 4.]
Inclusion of stakeholder groups in communications to facilitate transition of driver licensing examination administration—2011 c 370:
See note following RCW 46.82.450
Short title—Effective date—2003 c 41:
See notes following RCW 46.20.500
Severability—1982 c 77:
See note following RCW 46.20.500