Hearing Impaired Nevada Rider Class
Nevada Rider in partnership with the Deaf Centers of Nevada held a first of its kind motorcycle safety class for hearing impaired riders in Northern Nevada last September. With over four months of preparation and coordination, participants walked away with valuable, lifesaving motorcycle information.
Minor changes were made to how the class was conducted including the implementation of an eCourse and having an additional instructor present. This helped maximize on-bike time to ensure a safe and productive learning environment. The Nevada Rider program and the Office of Traffic Safety would like to thank: Cary Graves from the Department of Motor Vehicles, Debbie Helms and Casey McCullough from the Deaf Centers of Nevada, rider coaches Daniel Banda and John Rodgers, and interpreters Kristie and Alex. Continue reading “The Latest in Motorcycle Safety”