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Connecticut Rider Education Program
(CONREP) for Motorcycle Safety
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Welcome. The general goal of Connecticut’s Motorcycle Safety Program is to reduce the number of injuries and deaths among motorcycle operators and passengers. Providing public information and education materials that promote safety is an important component of the motorcycle safety program. A key to this program is rider education which is addressed under the Connecticut Rider Education Program (CONREP).
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Student and Rider Information
Effective January 1, 2011, all applicants must successfully complete
a novice safety course before obtaining a motorcycle endorsement.
Motorcycle Courses Offered
Course Information and Descriptions
Available Training Locations
Forms
CONREP Participant Waiver and Release of Liability - Adult (Required)
CONREP Participant Waiver and Release of Liability - Minor (Required)
Request for Replacement of Course Completion Card
Additional Resources and Materials
Test Your Skills
online Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) pre-course -does not fulfill novice safety course requirement
Link to Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) - www.msf-usa.org
Link to Ride4Ever.org
Link to HelmetCheck.org
Link to the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicle:
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Instructor Materials
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Motorcycle Safety Report
 CONREP Report 2018
CONREP Report 2017
CONREP Report 2016
 

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