How to Apply for a Connecticut Motorcycle License

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To apply for a motorcycle endorsement in Connecticut, you’ll need to visit the DMV office and:

  • Complete an application.
  • Provide proof of your identification, residency, and legal presence.
  • Pay the required application and testing fees.
  • Pass a vision exam.
  • Pass the Connecticut motorcycle written knowledge test.
  • Provide proof of completion of a motorcycle safety course.

Visit https://portal.ct.gov/dmv for official application instructions and requirements and to schedule appointments at your local DMV office.

Motorcycle License Restrictions in Connecticut

If you are at least 18 years old, you cannot ride with passengers for the first 90 days of holding your motorcycle endorsement.

If you are under 18 years old, no passengers are allowed for the first 6 months.

Connecticut Motorcycle Permit

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A motorcycle permit is optional in Connecticut, but allows you to get some riding practice.

A motorcycle permit is valid for 60 days and allows:

  • Riding during the day.
  • No passengers.
  • No riding on multi-lane highways.

Transfer an Out-of-State Motorcycle License When Moving to Connecticut

If you’ve recently moved to Connecticut, you can visit the DMV to transfer your out-of-state motorcycle endorsement.

  • Surrender your out-of-state license.
  • Complete an application.
  • Pay the required fees.
  • Pass a vision test.
  • Pass a written exam.

Once you’ve received your motorcycle license, return to MotorcycleZombies.com to learn how to register and title a motorcycle in Connecticut.

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