There are two written and two skills tests that need to be passed in order to receive your Washington motorcycle endorsement.
To take and pass these tests there are a few options:
Class Options: Our Basic Rider and Intermediate Rider Courses include endorsement testing in the class. With this option, students will participate in the classroom activities and are provided with a motorcycle during testing. It is strongly recommended for brand new riders to take the non-endorsement Pre-Basic Rider Course before taking our Basic Rider Course, in order to get more experience riding.
Testing Only: If you have your own motorcycle, and only need to take the tests, we offer endorsement testing Fridays at our Totem Lake location. Tests are $50 each, for a total of $200. Learn more on our DOL Testing Page.
Riders 18 and older may take the motorcycle knowledge and riding skills tests to receive a motorcycle endorsement.
Riders under 18 must take and pass an approved motorcycle safety course before applying for an endorsement. Parent/guardian consent is required to register for the course and apply for the endorsement.
Yes. You can still take the course “for practice” and receive a completion card, but we cannot add the endorsement to the license.
Skills/knowledge testing is only available at our Totem Lake location.