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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Speed-modified golf cars have a top speed of 20 to 25 miles per hour. All Marine personnel must obtain a valid state motorcycle license or a motorcycle endorsement on their state drivers’ license before operating a motorcycle on any street or public roadway in accordance with reference “d” of MCO Mandatory safety equipment and training are addressed in paragraphs 3.
Commands shall not waive the training requirement. Operators are encouraged to complete a refresher course, particularly after long periods of inactivity, purchase of a new motorcycle, transfer to a new geographical area, or in those areas with high concentrations of motorcycle mishaps or heavy traffic conditions.
On-Duty – DoD personnel are on-duty when physically present at any location where they are to perform their officially assigned work. Installation safety offices may provide this training on a space available basis.
References, terms, and definitions have been updated. The Traffic Safety Program’s goal is to prevent or reduce frequency and severity of vehicular mishaps involving Air Force personnel, equipment, and operations. These devices, including skateboards, kick-scooters, roller-skates, are prohibited on installation roadways except for incidental road access associated with pedestrians and will comply with all pedestrian related traffic laws.
Not included in this category are motorized devices that allow the handicapped to move as pedestrians, such as wheelchairs. Snowmobiles, dune buggies or other vehicles specifically designed for recreational, off-highway use and street legal four-wheel drive vehicles operated in an off-highway environment for recreational purposes are not considered as PMVs under this definition.
The use of these vehicles in traffic is considered incidental to their travel 91-27 off-road areas and users will ensure their movement on and off Air Force installations complies with applicable traffic laws and codes. This is an instructor led course.
AFI 91-207 Traffic Safety Program
Marines who have completed a Levell course are authorized to operate a motorcycle only if they are afo valid state drivers license with a motorcycle endorsement. The traffic use of low-speed vehicles is not an “as safe” alternative to use of commercially designed vehicles.
The following paragraphs describe safety requirements applicable to vehicle operators, passengers, bicyclists, and pedestrians.
It is the senior occupant’s responsibility to ensure enforcement of occupant restraints. Institute aggressive public information and education campaigns to combat impaired driving. Absent exceptional circumstances, personnel should not be required to wait more than afii days during the local riding season to receive training. According to AFI dated 12 Sept,Motorcycle safety training is not intended to meet state, territory, host nation or applicable SOFA licensing requirements.
A windshield alone does not constitute proper eye protection. Goggles, wrap around glasses, or full-face shield properly attached to helmet designed to meet or exceed ANSI Standard Z See local policy for requirements when wearing a bag or pack.
All persons who ride a bicycle on an AF installation shall properly wear an approved e.
– Military Motorcycle Rider PPE information
Commanders are encouraged, as a minimum, to make this course mandatory for personnel convicted afu serious moving traffic violations or who have been determined to 19-207 at fault in a traffic accident involving a GMV.
Afj authorities and end-users of GVOs will ensure applicable mandatory and necessary optional safety devices and features are installed, maintained, and used. As a minimum, the training shall include agi following elements: Vehicle operators on an AF installation and operators of government owned, leased, or rented vehicles, on or off an AF installation, shall not use cell phones while the vehicle is in operation, including hands-free devices.
Ensure Motorcycle Safety Foundation MSF approved courses for both novice and experienced riders are made available for personnel who operate a motorcycle. For the purpose of this instruction the use of the term moped only refers to motor vehicles both clearly defined by and authorized in traffic by applicable traffic codes and laws. Travel expenses to attend training are not reimbursable when mandatory course attendance is for operation of a private motor vehicle. Riders should select PPE that incorporates fluorescent colors and retro-reflective material.
Also not included are wheelchairs used by the handicapped. Eye protection used without a face shield or windshield should seal the cup of the eye through the use of a strip of foam or material around inside of lens. Installation areas or roads authorized or not authorized for RMV use. Motorcycles will have both left and right rear view mirrors mounted on the handlebar or fairing not required for tactical or off-road agi not operated in a traffic environment.
Fleet Golf Car – A golf car used solely to carry one or more people and golf equipment to play golf. All Sailors who operate motorcycles shall complete Level II training within 60 days of completion of Afu I training or upon changing the type of motorcycle ridden. This instruction 911-207 to all people in or on moving motor vehicles and bicycles on Air Force 91-027, Air Force employees operating a motor vehicle conducting official duties off base, Air Force military personnel including Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard on Federal Service at all times regardless of location, and foreign students in training with the Air Force who must complete applicable traffic safety courses.
Typically, but not exclusively, these are utility carts, agricultural carts, personal golf cars, fleet golf cars, speed modified golf cars, and self balancing or similar standing human transportation devices.
Pending completion of initial training, commanders may authorize operators who possess a valid motorcycle 91207, endorsement or riders permit to ride subject to any restrictions imposed by such license, endorsement, or permit. Adoption of these laws can address the majority of non-government vehicles similar to those described in paragraphs 2.