INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – Ahead if this year’s motorcycle expo in Indianapolis, the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is encouraging Hoosier riders to be safer. The BMV is offering a free motorcycle safety program.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles says Ride Safe Indiana (RSI) was created to train motorcyclists and educate motorists on sharing the road to cut down on the number of motorcycle accidents and fatalities and has since expanded to include three-wheeled motorcycle training due to its growing popularity.
“We are excited about the impact RSI is having in Indiana, and with our training partners we look to increase training-course availability across the state in 2018,” said Bureau of Motor Vehicles Commissioner Peter Lacy. “I encourage all riders, beginning and experienced alike, to stop at the RSI booth in the Exposition Hall and sign up for one of our safety courses.” RSI’s motorcycle training simulator will be on site.
A lot of information on Ride Safe Indiana will be available this weekend at the Indiana Motorcycle Expo February 16-18 in Indianapolis. For more information visit www.indianamotorcycleexpo.com