(Gainesville, GA – August 2016) – The Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program, a part of the Georgia Department of Driver Services, is offering Mobile Motorcycle License Testing (RST) at the 2nd Annual “Hall County Show & Shine”, held at Laurel Park in Gainesville on Saturday, August 20, 2016. Funds raised at the event benefit the Sheriff’s Christmas Bicycle Program, a program funded by donations from the Sheriff’s Office and the community to purchase bicycles for children to open on Christmas morning. Their goal is for every child possible to have something he or she can call their own on Christmas. In addition to the motorcycle skills testing and car show, this FREE event will feature a 50/50 drawing, silent auction, concessions, car crush, music, bounce houses and more!
The RST program gives Georgia motorcycle permit holders the opportunity to obtain their Georgia Class M (motorcycle) license. If the rider successfully passes the skills evaluation, they receive a 90-day license waiver to bring to their nearest DDS Customer Service Center to acquire their motorcycle license.
Saturday, August 20, 2016
Hall County Show & Shine
3100 Old Cleveland Highway
Gainesville, GA 30506
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program (GMSP)
The Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program (GMSP) is a part of the Georgia Department of Driver Services. In addition to offering rider education and licensing programs, the GMSP also promotes motorist awareness programs, share the road campaigns, and is focused on highway safety issues affecting Georgia motorcyclists. The GMSP directly operates training sites throughout Georgia. GMSP offers low cost, professional training to assist riders in improving their skills with a Basic Riders Course; Basic Rider Course 2 (Formally the “Experienced Rider Course”) and an Advanced Riders Course.