What is a Motorcycle Endorsement?
When a drivers motorcycle license is combined with any other type of driver license it is considered an endorsement. Under Arizona law, motorcyclists are required to carry a motorcycle endorsement, or a license for the specific class of vehicle they will be operating. The Arizona Department of Transportation requires a Class M endorsement to be legally eligible to drive a motorcycle.
Were you or a loved one injured in a motorcycle accident in Arizona? If so, you may have a claim of personal injury if the harm that came to you was caused because of someone elses negligence. The legal team of Phillips Law Group have years of experience litigating motorcycle crashes for the victims of personal injury.
We will always fight for the MAXIMUM amount of compensation due to our clients. Because we work on a contingency fee basis, you owe us nothing unless we win a successful settlement or verdict for you.
To find out how we can help, simply fill out the Free Case Evaluation form located on the right side of the page, at the top. It is 100% FREE, there is no obligation, and the details of your case are always confidential.
How do I Obtain a Motorcycle Endorsement?
The requirements for receiving a motorcycle endorsement or license in the state of Arizona differ depending on the riders age.
Under the age of 18
If a rider is under the age of 18, prior to receiving a Class M license, Arizona motorcyclists must apply for a Motorcycle Instruction Permit. To qualify for the permit the rider must
Be at least 15 and 6 months old
Pass a vision screening
Pass a written exam
Carry a Class D driver license.
The permit is valid for seven months and can be renewed once within a 24 month period. There are restrictions for this permit, however, including no carrying passengers, no driving on freeways, and no driving in the dark.
Over the age of 18
Those over the age of 18 can apply for a Class M endorsement by:
Passing a vision test
Passing a knowledge test
Passing an on-cycle skills test
Pay the $7 endorsement fee
Following the states rules and regulations are imperative if a driver wants to receive their motorcycle endorsement. It is important that riders learn the proper way to manage potentially dangerous road hazards to lessen the chance of being involved in an accident or being the cause of one.
Motorcycle Accident Law Firm Contact Information
At Phillips Law Group we are determined to help injury victims fight for their right to fair and just compensation. For years we have provided comprehensive legal counsel to those in the Phoenix, Arizona area.
We are also proud to represent those affected by a motorcycle collision in the surrounding Phoenix area including:
and many more surrounding towns and cities.
To find out how we may be able to help you with your claim, contact us at 602-763-8888. One of the competent members of our intake staff will connect you with one of our lawyers best suited in handling your claim after a few preliminary questions. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to take your call.
If you would prefer to contact us online, simply fill out the FREE CASE REVIEW form located at the top right hand corner of this page.