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Motorcycle Safety Foundation Announces an Online eRider Course

I just saw this on webbikeworld:

http://www.webbikeworld.com/motorcyc...ety-course.htm

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Re: Motorcycle Safety Foundation Announces an Online eRider Course

or you could buy a book...


It doesn't say if the three-hour program's completion certificate will result in the same insurance discounts that the actual class does (that'll be a tough lobby, as doing online learning is not in any way the same thing as actual riding instruction).

$20. I wonder how much money went into the development of the e-course.

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