This is a heads up that there is a Motorcycle Safety Education Advisory Board meeting this week, Dec 12, 3 to 5 PM. This is our chance, as the riding public of Washington, to voice our concerns and ask questions about the laws governing how we ride in Washington. This only happens four times a year. So come out and support your the riding community and tell your friends. The Agenda was just published this week: http://www.dol.wa.gov/driverslicense/docs/121213msabagenda.pdf Examples of things you may be interested in discussing in the Public Forum: · Do you think Washington States Basic Rider, Intermediate Rider, and Experienced Rider Courses needs to be updated? Recall back to taking your test, did you feel you were prepared to take on the mean streets when you got your Washington State endorsement? · Would you like additional discounts insurance discounts for taking additional training? · How do we get insurance companies on board to offer discounts for additional motorcycle training? · Should additional motorcycle training be recognized on our drivers licenses? Links to check out: http://www.dol.wa.gov/driverslicense/motosafety.html http://www.dol.wa.gov/driverslicense/mototrainingtypes.html http://endorseyoursport.com/ Location: Washington Motorcycle Safety Training 500 SE Everett Mall Way Suite B214 Everett, WA 98201 360-435-1600 Information from the States web siteAbout the Motorcycle Safety Program The Washington Motorcycle Safety Program (WMSP) is a member of the Association of State Motorcycle Safety Administrators (SMSA) and uses the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) curriculum. Goal To foster and promote safe motorcycle riding through quality rider training programs and public information campaigns throughout Washington. Funding The program is user-funded by fees from motorcycle instruction permits, endorsements, and student tuition. Advisory board The Motorcycle Safety Education Advisory Board was created by law to help the Director of the Department of Licensing manage the motorcycle safety program. How to enroll in a safety course To enroll in a rider training course, contact a motorcycle training school or sidecar/trike training school near you. Contact If you would like more information about motorcycle safety training or the Washington Motorcycle Safety Program, please call us at 800.962.9010.