The Texas Department of Public Safety doesnot discriminate because of race, color, religion, sex,national origin, age, or disability. Persons needing accom-modation under the provisions of the Americans WithDisabilities Act (ADA) should contact their local DriverLicense Office. ADA Grievance Procedures are publishedin the Texas Administrative Code, Title 37, Section 1.41.
MOTORCYCLES MAKE SENSE–SO DOES PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
The Department of Public Safety’s Motorcycle OperatorTraining Program was developed for all persons wishingto improve their riding skills.Research shows that motorcycle operator training is equalto two years of riding experience. Experts provide profes-sional training that prepares one for “real world” traffic.This inexpensive and valuable training program teachesand improves activities such as:• Effective Turning• Braking Maneuvers• Protective Gear Selection• Street Strategies• Obstacle AvoidanceFor the Basic or Advanced Motorcycle Operator TrainingCourse nearest you, contact the Motorcycle Safety Unit at:
TEXAS MOTORCYCLE SAFETY UNITTEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY5805 N. Lamar Blvd., Box 4087 Austin, Texas 78773-0257512/424-2021 or 1-800-292-5787 Web Address: www.txdps.state.tx.us/msbE-mail: email@example.com