|(a) A motorcycle school must issue a department-approved
course completion certificate to a student who has successfully completed
an entry-level course. The certificate must be signed by an instructor
who taught the course or an appointed representative of the school.
(b) A motorcycle school must issue a department-approved
course completion certificate that is restricted to the operation
of a three-wheeled motorcycle if the entry-level course successfully
completed by a student is specific to the operation of a three-wheeled
(c) A motorcycle school may issue a duplicate course
completion certificate to a student for a lost certificate for up
to three calendar years from the date the course was completed. The
duplicate certificate must bear the same certificate number and course
completion date as the original certificate.
(d) A course completion certificate for an entry-level
course may only be issued to a student who has successfully completed
the knowledge examination and the riding skills test required by the
approved curriculum for the course. A motorcycle school may allow
a student to make multiple attempts to pass the knowledge examination
or the riding skills test, but any student whose riding performance
creates an unmanageable danger on the range, as determined by the
instructor, must be removed from the course and is not entitled to
additional attempts to pass the riding skills test.