The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) ended its contractual relationship with Total Control Training Incorporated on April 18, 2020. All motorcycle training clinics scheduled through the Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program (PAMSP) are canceled effective April 18, 2020.
The mandatory motorcycle training for individuals under 18 years of age looking to obtain their motorcycle license will be completed virtually.
We understand the importance of offering motorcycle training to the public, and PennDOT is evaluating our program needs and working hard to ensure Motorcycle Training continues in PA. PennDOT is committed to ensuring the program is sustainable for the future following the COVID-19 emergency.
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Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program
The Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program offers classes March through October at multiple training sites throughout Pennsylvania. Weather-dependent classes may be offered in November. Class schedules are posted approximately 4-6 weeks in advance. Classes are free to
Pennsylvania class M permit and motorcycle license holders.
The focus of the PAMSP is to teach motorcycle riders of all skill levels the fundamentals needed to reduce risks while operating motorcycles. The program offers five courses that include beginner, intermediate, three-wheel, and advanced riding skills. PAMSP manages more than 60 training sites conveniently located throughout the state.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation administers the PAMSP.