Every year throughout North Carolina, there are dozens of motorcyclists who obtain their licenses in order to safely operate these vehicles across our roadways. These classes play an essential role in providing the proper instruction on how to prevent motorcycle accidents from occurring.
In 2009, there were a total of 3,635 motorcycle accidents across the state of North Carolina, according to the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Many of these accidents may have been prevented if both the rider and passenger vehicle driver practiced defensive driving habits along with abiding by the rules of the road.
At Lewis & Keller, our team believes that safety comes first when riding a motorcycle. Our motorcycle accident attorneys also have great sympathy for the injured victims of motorcycle accidents and offer these individuals a “Free Case Evaluation”. We will seek the maximum compensation benefits available to these individuals.
Motorcycle Safety Education Program Details
There are several motorcycle training centers throughout Winston-Salem and across North Carolina which cater to the different levels of rider ability. In most cases these classes are around 15 to 20 hours and take place over a couple of days or consecutive weekends. Individuals interested in taking these classes must be at least 16 years of age, while anyone under the age of 18 must have written consent of a parent or guardian. Some of the motorcycle safety education program details include:
Approaching Intersections, stop signs, and traffic signals
- Following other vehicles
- Hazard avoidance
- Straight-line riding
- Three-point turnabout
- Turn signals and horn
In order to operate a motorcycle on our North Carolina roadways, individuals must possess one of the following motorcycle endorsements issued by the NC DMV, Full Provisional License, Regular License, or Commercial License. Furthermore, riders may also obtain a Learner Permit which is issued for 12 months, these include; Full Provisional License, and Regular License.
Winston-Salem Motorcycle Safety Education Program Locations
There are several Winston-Salem motorcycle safety education programs, and also many programs throughout surrounding areas. Our attorneys have gathered some useful information regarding these locations in order to assist motorcyclists throughout our community. Some of the local Winston-Salem motorcycle class locations include:
|City Location||Primary Contact Phone|
|Forsythe Tech Community College||336-734-7727|
|Suzuki of Winston-Salem||336-765-9156|
|Movin On Motorcycle Social Club Inc||336-884-1155|
|Everhart Marine 336-889-4667||Harley-Davidson of Greensboro||336-273-1101||Davidson Community College||336-224-4798||Guilford Tech Community College||336-454-1126 x55021||Surry Community College||336-386-3473||Randolph Community College||336-862-7980||Alamance Community College||336-862-7980||Rockingham Community College||336-342-4261 x2325|
If you are interested in finding a motorcycle class in your area, our law firm would be happy to assist you in achieving your license and understanding motorcycle laws.
Contact Our Winston-Salem Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Today
The attorneys at Mike Lewis have great sympathy for those injured in motorcycle accidents and believe that the victims may be entitled to compensation for their losses and damages. Our attorneys have achieved over $10 million in successful verdicts and settlements for our clients and will fight for the maximum compensation benefits available.
Located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, our attorneys are able to provide services throughout the entire state and elsewhere. A few of the local Winston-Salem areas our attorneys serve include:
- High Point
Our attorneys also serve the surrounding cities, towns and suburbs of these areas, while operating on a contingency fee basis, which means that we will not charge you for our services unless a winning verdict or settlement has been achieved and you recover for your losses and damages.
For more information about our law firm, or if you would like to learn more about our local motorcycle schools, dial 866-299-1769 today, or if you would rather have our law firm contact you, simply complete the “Free Case Evaluation” form located at the top of this page. This form is completely free to submit and all information will remain strictly confidential.