Frequently Asked Questions | Evergreen Motorcycle Training - Part 2

Frequent Questions

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What if I fail the test?

You will need to wait at least 24 hours to schedule a time to re-test (as required by the DOL) and pay re-testing fees.

Is there a waitlist for classes?


Where are the courses located?

Kirkland, Totem Lake, Renton, Seattle. – Link to locations page.

Do you offer dirt bike classes?


What is required to pass the class and get my endorsement?

To pass the class you must complete the course, and pass two written and two skills tests.

If I have already taken the permit / knowledge testing (outside of the class or with a different company), do I need to take it again in the BRC/Intermediate?

Yes, it is part of the class,

Can I come to class late?

No. You must arrive before the instructor begins teaching. Late arrivals miss important information and disrupt other students.

Can I pay at the time of class?


Do I need a permit before taking the basic/intermediate course?


Is the Basic Rider course enough to give me an endorsement or would I have to take any other classes after basic?

The Basic Rider course is designed for the beginner rider. Exercises progress from basic to experienced riding skills. You must be able to ride a 2-wheel bicycle, and recent experience would be advantageous.

Do you have study materials or books available in Spanish (or other languages)?


Can I bring someone to help translate?


Is there practice time before retesting?

Yes, about 20-30 minutes.

Can I use/rent/loan one of your bikes for the test?

No. Riders registered for a course may request a loaner bike, but bikes are not available for walk-in testing.

Can I share a bike with my friend for the test?

Yes you can!


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