|(a) Entry-level courses are open to any individual
who is at least 15 years old on the day the course begins and:
(1) has an unrestricted Class C, or higher, driver
(2) has a Class C learner license; or
(3) can present the proper driver education form verifying
successful completion of the classroom portion phase of driver education.
(b) Non-entry-level courses are open to any individual
who holds a Class M driver's license or an equivalent out-of-state
(c) To be eligible for student admission to any course,
an individual younger than 18 years of age must provide the motorcycle
school with written consent, signed by the individual's parent or
legal guardian, for the individual to participate as a student in
the course and to receive medical treatment for any injury that may
occur at the motorcycle school. The signature of the parent or legal
guardian on the written consent must be notarized or provided in person
at the training site.
(d) Prior to accepting payment from an individual for
admission to an entry-level course, a motorcycle school must inform
the individual in writing of:
(1) the school's policy regarding any attempts the
school allows students to make to pass the knowledge examination,
the riding skills test required for the course, and any associated
(2) the requirement that a student whose riding performance
creates an unmanageable danger on the range, as determined by the
instructor, must be removed from the course.
(e) A motorcycle school must inform each student in
writing of the department's name, mailing address, telephone number,
and website address for the purpose of directing complaints to the
(f) If registration is performed by telephone, the
information required by subsection (d) must be provided to the individual
before the payment becomes non-refundable.