Oregon Motorcycle License

Just purchased a motorcycle? Looking to transition from four wheels to two? There are a few things you need to complete before seeking your motorcycle driving license or endorsement in Oregon.

Obtaining A New Oregon Motorcycle License

Getting your motorcycle drivers license can be very exciting. The first thing you need to do before you can put your new motorcycle on the road is to obtain state certification and motorcycle insurance.

In order to obtain a motorcycle license in Oregon, you will need to head in to the DMV and meet a number of requirements. The requirements for getting a motorcycle depend on several factors, including your age and whether or not you already have an Oregon driver's license. Make sure to carefully go through everything on this sheet in order to ensure that you follow all the necessary steps to getting your motorcycle license.

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Renewing Your Oregon Motorcycle License

Your motorcycle license expires on your birthday and may be renewed up to two months before expiration. In Oregon, you have the option to renew your license in person at your local DMV office.

To renew your Oregon motorcycle drivers license in person, you will want to make an appointment with your local DMV, especially if you need to retake a written knowledge test. Click here for a full list of DMV locations in Oregon.

You will also need to bring proper identification and a form of payment for renewal fees. For a full checklist and guide to renewing your motorcycle license, visit motorcyclelicenses.org.

Replacing Your Lost Or Stolen Oregon Motorcycle License

You will need to replace your Oregon motorcycle license if it has been lost, stolen or destroyed. In Oregon, you may replace your license in person at your local DMV.

There is a $21 fee to replace a motorcycle license, payable by either cash, credit card or check. It is recommended that you make an appointment with your local DMV beforehand. For a list of local DMV offices, click here.

For a full checklist and guide to replacing your motorcycle license, visit motorcyclelicenses.org.