How do I get my motorcycle license (endorsement) ?
1. Obtain a Class E license or learners permit
2. The state of Florida requires those persons seeking a motorcycle endorsement to complete the Basic RiderCourse (BRC) or Basic RiderCourse updated (BRCu) through a FRTP authorized Sponsor before they can have the motorcycle endorsement added to their license.
3. Upon completion of the BRC or BRCu, applicant must visit the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), within 1 year of completion of course, and pay appropriate fees, to have endorsement added to their license or obtain a Motorcycle Only license.NOTE: MUST BE 16 Years old to obtain a motorcycle license.
Do I need to bring a helmet?
Are there other courses to allow a motorcycle rider to get better?
What do I need to bring with me to class?
Person at DMV said I do not need insurance on a motorcycle, Is this true?
I have a scooter, Do I need a license or endorsement?
BASIC RIDERS COURSE
Panama City Motorcycle Training/Ride 2 Wheels
What do I need to know before attending the BRC?
Do I need to bring my own motorcycle?
Motorcycle License (Endorsement)https://www.flhsmv.gov/driver-licenses-id-cards/motorcycle-rider-education-endorsements/
Should I practice riding a motorcycle before attending the BRC?
What are the minimum requirements to attend the BRC?
Do I need a motorcycle license(endorsement)?
If you wish to operate any two or three wheel motorcycle, whose engine is more than 50 cc or produces more than 3 break horse power (BHP), you are required to have a motorcycle endorsement on your driver license or a motorcycle-only license.
FYI: Riding a motorcycle without proper endorsement is a misdemeanor. Persons caught operating a vehicle that they are not licensed or endorsed to operate face up to 6 months in jail and up to a $600 fine, plus the fines for whatever caused law enforcement to detain them in the first place.
Will Florida accept my out of state motorcycle endorsement? The motorcycle requirements are reciprocated if the customer presents a driver license that includes a motorcycle endorsement from any one of the following: