d Air Base Wing – Home of America’s Arctic Warriors. References. •. DoDI – DoD Traffic Safety Program. •. AFI – USAF Traffic Safety Program. AFI is published! In an effort to ensure users have their questions and concerns addressed, we will post the most frequently asked questions through the. Air Force Motorcycle Rider Information. Training: According to AFI dated 12 Sept, , Motorcycle safety training is not intended to meet state, territory.
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Motorcycles will have both left and right rear view mirrors mounted on the handlebar or fairing not required for tactical or off-road motorcycles not operated in a traffic environment. If riders awaiting training require their own motorcycles for on-base training, the installation commander may authorize them, in writing, to ride their privately owned motorcycle for the avi of the class, until class is complete.
AFI 91-207 Traffic Safety Program
Minimum operator age and operator licensing, if necessary. The course instruction may be limited to subjects pertinent to the hazard exposures of the TDY personnel. Ensure personnel receive all required traffic safety training. Use educational qfi to ensure military and civilian personnel are aware of the requirements in this instruction.
Footwear Local policy may differ. Commanders are encouraged to establish joint training programs with other military installations, local state motorcycle safety offices or local community courses within the installation area when available. Motorcycle helmet intercom system between operator and passenger is permitted. All Sailors who plan to purchase or operate a motorcycle regardless of their intent to ride the motorcycle on or off base shall complete level I training prior to operating these vehicles.
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Private motor vehicles manufactured prior to without seatbelts will not require seat belts installation unless mandated by applicable host nation, State, or Ai Laws. Center, Wing, and Installation Commanders will: The safety 912-07 shall evaluate systems and components for vehicle performance to include, but not limited to, safety belts, lighting, exhaust systems, wipers, horns, brake systems, steering systems, suspension, tires, and wheel assemblies.
A long sleeve shirt shall be past the elbow while the rider’s hands are on the handlebar grips. Installation safety offices may provide this training on a space available basis.
The three levels of motorcycle training are: Commanders and supervisors will complete an ORM evaluation when requesting to use these vehicles in traffic, industrial, or pedestrian environments. You are responsible to complete any operator’s license or vehicle registration requirements required. Enforce traffic safety program requirements.
A helmet designed to meet or exceed Department of Transportation DOT standards, shall be worn and properly fastened under the chin. Develop, maintain, and oversee implementation of traffic safety training courses in support of this instruction.
When necessary, road guards or safety spotters will be utilized to safely control traffic for formation runs or group running events.
All unlicensed motorcycle riders must complete Levell training prior to attending any other advanced level motorcycle training. This instruction applies to motor vehicle operators, passengers, and all persons as follows: Motorcycle riders will wear a brightly colored outer upper garment during the day and a reflective upper garment during the night.
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All civilian motorcycle operators who have a current State motorcycle operator license, endorsement or permit are not required to complete any of the above training. An ORM evaluation will be completed when commanders are considering authorizing any type of RMV in traffic, industrial, or pedestrian environments. Institute aggressive public information and education campaigns to combat impaired afo.
Commercial design vehicles which are purchased, leased or rented by the Air Force for use in the United States and U. Schedule training as part of the Newcomers’ Orientation Program or by afk separately scheduled presentation. Course I, Introductory Traffic Safety Increased Visibility Local policy may differ. All Marines who plan to purchase or operate a motorcycle regardless of their intent to register the motorcycle on a Marine Corps installation and all operators 91207 government-owned motorcycles are required to attend and successfully complete a motorcycle rider safety course approved by CMC SD.
Personnel should not be required to wait more than 30 days during the local riding training season to receive training.
References, terms, and definitions have been updated.