- Five Locations Throughout The State: Piscataway; Randolph; Lincroft; Newton; Raritan Valley.
- Motorcycle Safety Foundation & The State of New Jersey approved Motorcycle Training Programs
- OVER 65,000 Riders Trained and Counting!!! The oldest and most experienced motorcycle safety program in NJ!
- Motorcycle Classes for Beginner & Experienced Riders
TO REGISTER ONLINE, PLEASE GO TO THE LOCATIONS, SCHEDULES & REGISTRATION LINK. -
OUR SEASON RUNS APRIL THROUGH OCTOBER EACH YEAR. WE WILL POST OUR 2013 SCHEDULE IN JANUARY AND YOU CAN REGISTER ONLINE JANUARY 21, 2013.
Another good reason to take a Motorcycle RiderCourse from RENJ... As of January 1st, 2013, NJ now has tiered licensing. If you pass our Beginner RiderCourse, the tiered licensing does not apply. The law states:
"A person who successfully completes a road test for a motorcycle license or a motorcycle endorsement when operating a motorcycle or motorized scooter with an engine displacement of less than 231 cubic centimeters shall be issued a motorcycle license or endorsement restricting the person’s operation of such vehicles to any motorcycle with an engine displacement of 500 cubic centimeters or less. A person who successfully completes a road test for a motorcycle license or motorcycle endorsement when operating a motorcycle with an engine displacement of 231 or more cubic centimeters shall be issued a motorcycle license or endorsement without any restriction as to engine displacement. Any person who successfully completes an approved motorcycle safety education course established pursuant to the provisions of section 1 of P.L.1991, c.452 (C.27:5F-36) shall be issued a motorcycle license or endorsement without restriction as to engine displacement."
Effective September 26, 2011 - Students who possess a valid driver license WILL NO LONGER be required to have a motorcycle permit in order to take the Basic RiderCourse (BRC). A law knowledge test waiver, in addition to the road test waiver, will be issued by the NJ MVC to those NJ Residents who successfully complete the BRC.
** If a student does not have a valid driver license, they must have a validated motorcycle permit prior to taking the course and CANNOT receive either waiver. Students must show a photo ID at the course.
**A stamped and signed most form and a completion card are the only paperwork a student who successfully completes the course needs to bring to the MVC with their driver license in order to progress to the next step in obtaining their motorcycle endorsement. If the student obtained their permit before the course, that permit would also be taken to MVC at that time. Students must show their NJ driver license at the course.
** If a student has a validated permit, rules before the effective date of these changes still apply. The permit will be stamped on the back if the student successfully completes course and has a driver license.
Effective September 26, 2011, Out-of-state residents are now allowed to participate in ANY or ALL, RiderCourses offered by RENJ. Out of state residents who successfully complete the Basic RiderCourse will only receive a completion card, the road test cannot be waived.
Our motorcycles are sized from small to medium. Typically, those who are 5'2" or under are the ones who need to size up before a course. If you have any doubt that you will fit on our motorcycles, you MUST visit one of our training sites any weekend we have classes scheduled prior to signing up for class. This is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!
Rider Education of New Jersey Inc (RENJ)
PO Box 1400, Edison, NJ 08818-1400
732-572-0800 / 800-8WE-RIDE
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