Originally Posted by BradH
Never mind... That's the MSF manual... But from the .gov site so does that mean they are one in the same now?
The MSF manual is almost verbatim whats on the written test. Thunderhart and I just took the test a few weeks ago after I got caught riding without an endorsement. If you take an MSF course you are exempt from the road test but must pass the written test. My road test consisted of cranking the bike, a quick inspection, and driving about 50 feet in the parking lot. Thunderhart opted for the MSF course route. As others have said make sure you have an inspection sticker (make sure they fill it out or you'll get interrogated by MSHP), a physical insurance card, and your permit (you get it when you pass the written test). You can take the written and road test on the same day. If you read the MSF manual a few times you will have no problems passing the written test. Every question on the written test is taken directly from that manual. They stop testing at 4:00 pm. Good luck.