CHP URGES MOTORCYCLE SAFETY TRAINING CLASSES

CHP URGES MOTORCYCLE SAFETY TRAINING CLASSES

Fatal collisions involving motorcyclists have been increasing in California over the past few years. In an effort to change this disturbing trend, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) and Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) are hoping to save lives through a month-long motorcycle safety and awareness campaign during May. With motorcycle safety tips, here is CHP Officer Joan Griffin…

A key component to reduce the number of motorcycle-involved collisions is training. Regardless of a motorcyclist’s skill level, the CHP encourages all riders to seek life-long training opportunities. The California Motorcyclist Safety Program (CMSP) is the state’s official motorcycle training program. With more than 130 training sites throughout California, the CMSP offers courses for both new and returning riders. To enroll in a CMSP course, call 877-RIDE-411 or visit their Web site at a link in this story at Z1077fm.com.

http://www.ca-msp.org/

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