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Harper College will no longer offer Motorcycle Safety classes at all northern region training sites as of June 30. We at IDOT are actively engaged in securing a new training center for Northern Illinois. Once a new regional center is designated, classes will resume in Northern Illinois. If you are looking for training classes, please visit the websites for our central and southern training areas as they may have available training courses.
We appreciate your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Don't Drink and Ride

39% of motorcyclists killed in a fatal crash had a BAC of .01 or above. Riding responsibly is a choice every rider must make. Alcohol consumption impairs your thinking, reasoning, and muscle coordination—all vital abilities to riding a motorcycle safely. Please ride responsibly.

Driving under the influence is a crime. In addition to safety concerns, there are severe legal penalties and economic consequences.

Consequences of a DUI conviction could include:

  • Loss of work time
  • High-risk auto insurance rates
  • Meeting requirements of the Secretary of State’s Department of Administrative Hearings to obtain a restricted driving permit
  • Completion of an alcohol and drug evaluation, alcohol/drug remedial education course and/or a substance abuse treatment program before driving privileges are reinstated
  • Use of a Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device (BAIID) for first-time DUI offenders during their entire suspension period

Visit the Illinois Secretary of State's website for more information on DUI penalties