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Motorcycle Operator Manual
2011 - 2013
It is NDDOT’s policy that all employees have the right to work in anenvironment free of harassment. An employee may discontinueservice to a customer if the customer subjects the employee toconduct,communication,orsexuallyexplicitparaphernaliawhichmayinterfere with the employee’s work performance or create a hostile,intimidating,oroffensiveworkenvironment.Under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and its related statutesandregulations,nopersonorgroupsofpersonsshall,onthegroundsof race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability/handicap, or incomestatus, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any and all programs,services,oractivitiesadministeredbytheNorthDakotaDepartmentof Transportation.
Prepared by
NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTAwww.dot.nd.gov
DIRECTOR
Francis G. Ziegler, P.E.
DRIVERS LICENSE DIVISION
Glenn E. Jackson
DL0711
 
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To the Motorcycle Operator:This manual contains important information for those of you whowish to operate a motorcycle. You are urged to study this manualthoroughly.As a motorcyclist, you should remember that you will be traveling onthe streets and highways with a variety of vehicles, most of whichare larger than your motorcycle. Statistics show that the chancesof a motorcyclist being injured in a motorcycle crash are far greaterthan any other type of vehicular crash. And one out of every fivemotorcycle crashes results in head or neck injuries.As a motorcyclist in North Dakota, you are subject to the samerules of the road as other motorists, as well as special laws formotorcycles, which are summarized in this manual. Applicants whodo not currently possess a North Dakota operator’s license shouldstudy this manual along with the North Dakota
Rules of the Road 
 manual, available at any of the Drivers License offices or online atwww.dot.nd.gov.Drivers License DivisionND Department of Transportation
 
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LICENSE REQUIREMENT
Any person other than a nonresidentstudent, a tourist, or a member ofthe armed forces who has lived in thisstate for 90 consecutive days, shall bedeemed a resident of North Dakota forthe purposes of driver licensing. Youmay operate a vehicle with an operator’slicense from another state for a periodof 60 days after you become a residentof North Dakota, then you must obtaina North Dakota operator’s license.When operating either a two- or three-wheeled motorcycle, North Dakotalaw requires that you have in yourpossession a Class M permit or license.Driving without the Class M permit orlicense will result in a $20 fine and afour point assessment on your drivingrecord.Fourteen- and fifteen-year-oldmotorcycle operators may only operatemotorcycles with a 250 cc engine orless.Operators and passengers under theage of 18 must wear a safety helmetthat meets U.S. Department ofTransportation standards. If the operatoris required to wear a helmet, then anypassenger, regardless of age, must alsowear a helmet.
Applying for a Class MLicense or Permit
Applications for an operator’s licenseor permit are made with the DriversLicense office in your area.• PROOF OF IDENTIFICATION ISREQUIRED.Original applicants who do not havea valid North Dakota operators licensemust present proof of legal presence,current name and date of birth. Out-of-state permits, licenses, and ID cardswill not be accepted as proof of legalpresence, name and date of birth.Proof of North Dakota residenceaddress may also be required.Acceptable forms of identification are: 
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U.S. Birth Certificate (state certified;Government-issued: includes U.S.territories). 
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Valid U.S. Passport. 
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U.S. Government-issued ConsularReport of Birth Abroad. Certificateor FS 240 (seal required). 
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Valid Foreign Passport with an I-94card or an I-551 stamp. 
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U.S. Active Duty/Retiree/ReservistMilitary ID Card. 
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U.S. Court Order for adoptioncontaining the legal name anddate of birth (Court seal required).U.S. Court Order for name change,divorce decree or marriagecertificate used for proof of currentname only. 
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North Dakota state issued permit,license, or ID card. 
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The following Immigrationdocuments (unexpired):I-551 Resident Alien or PermanentResident CardI-766 Employment AuthorizationCardN560 Certificate of CitizenshipN550 Certificate of NaturalizationI-94 card stamped Refugee orAsyleeOnly original documents and certifiedcopies will be accepted. No photo-copies. A court order or governmentissued marriage certificate isrequired for a name change. Severaldocuments may be necessary in theevent there has been more than onename change since birth.
You will not be allowed to testwithout proper identification.
Applicants born in North Dakota

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