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Question about VA motorcycle permit - June 28, 2008, 12:15 PM

My buddy just his permit and we were about to go riding just now than he shows me the code and says that I'll have to be supervising from a car?!?

I told him that it does not make sense and that it just means we can't be riding 2+ with me riding bitch talking into his ear telling him to go here and there:

Here is the code that he linked me to:

http://legis.state.va.us/codecomm/di...04/dig0455.htm

46.2-335 amended.
Motorcycle learner's permits. Allows persons to operate motorcycles under a motorcycle learner's permit if accompanied by a person providing immediate supervision from an accompanying motor vehicle (instead of motorcycle). It also allows nighttime operation and operation on limited access highways. Operation while under supervision of someone who is not licensed to operate a motorcycle is disallowed. HB 477; CH. 733.

He is concerned where it states: "
accompanied by a person providing immediate supervision from an accompanying motor vehicle (instead of motorcycle)"

He tells me that means I have to supervise him from a car (instead of a motorcycle) I told him it makes no sense to supervise from a cage.

any LEO's on the board that can clarify the code and put him at ease?



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June 28, 2008, 12:22 PM

lol. He can ride as long as your licensed.


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June 28, 2008, 04:12 PM

Its an amendment..
It was updated to allow a licensed rider to be in a seperate car or a seperate bike.

Also updated the times allowed and not allowed to ride.


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June 28, 2008, 04:39 PM

Yep, it's just stating that the licenced rider can't be on the same machine as the learner.
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