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Police: make sure your Class M is up-to-date

As motorcycle weather returns to Wisconsin, authorities remind drivers and riders to make sure their licenses are up-to-date.

In Wisconsin, motorcycle drivers and riders must have their Class M license. According to state records, around 35% of fatalities involved motorcycle drivers who have yet to complete testing required to obtain a Class M license. He noted that riding a motorcycle is trickier and entails more physical and mental concentration than driving a four-door vehicle like a car, so it is essential for only trained riders to drive their motorcycles out on the roads. Training courses are readily available. For more information about course information click here.

While it is absolutely imperative that motorcyclists are properly trained, there are cases in which even fully alert, prepared, and experienced drivers cannot avoid an accident due to the negligence of others. If you have experienced a motorcycle accident through no fault of your own, Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. can work to recover your losses. To learn more, call 800-242-2874.