The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has adopted as its basic motorcycle education course, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation beginning rider course entitled “MSF: Basic RiderCourse (BRC)”. This course provides for a minimum of 14 hours of motorcycle instruction with at least 4 hours of classroom instruction and at least 10 hours of actual range time riding motorcycles. The course integrates the classroom instruction and range driving, along with concepts which apply to and practiced on the range. The basic course includes the following topics:
- Location of the controls and pre-ride procedures.
- Balance and control of the motorcycle.
- Riding skills and evasive maneuvers.
- Safety equipment and procedures.
- Effects of alcohol and drugs while operating a motorcycle.
Successful completion of any of the courses listed on the Nebraska Motorcycle Safety Education Sponsor list will allow the graduate to have the DMV examiner waive both the written and drive tests when application is made to obtain a license to operate a motorcycle. Course graduates may also be eligible for lower insurance rates. Enrollment is limited and courses often fill quickly so register early.
Updated as of March 2019
Nebraska Motorcycle Safety Training
Sarpy County Law Enforcement Center (L.E.C.)
(N.E. corner of Hwy 370 and 84th St.)
1208 Golden Gate Drive
Papillion, NE 68005
Contacts: Pam Marek, 402-593-1564
Register on-line at http://stop.sarpy.com
Central Community College - Hastings Campus,
550 S. Technical Blvd
Hastings, NE 68901
Contact:402-461-2441, 1-877-222-0780 Ext 2441
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nebraska Safety Center
University of Nebraska - Kearney
227E West Center Building, UNK Campus
Kearney, NE 68849
Contact: 308-865-8256 or 1-800-854-7867 Ext. 2
Nebraska Safety Council
3243 Cornhusker Hwy, Suite A10
Lincoln, NE 68504
Contacts: Barb Prochaska, 402-483-2511 Ext. 113
Northeast Nebraska Area
Western Iowa Tech Community College
Sioux City, IA 51102-5199
Contact: Call 1-712-274-6449 to schedule a the Basic Motorcycle Riders Course
Website: www.witcc.com/ (Course information is only available by a phone call)