If new legislation is passed in Rhode Island, it may become easier for riders to earn their motorcycle licenses.
Currently, those wishing to become licensed must attended a safety education and training program and complete five hours on riding ranges at the campuses of the Community College of Rhode Island in Warwick or Lincoln, according to WPRI in Rhode Island. However, because there are only two locations to ride, backlogs often occur.
To expedite the process state Rep. Robert B. Jacquard has proposed a bill that would allow private landowners to build riding test ranges on their property. There are currently nine dealerships in the state.
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