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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-31-2006, 02:29 PM Thread Starter
 
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I want to take a MSF course

I decided i want to sign up for a class and it seems that they are already full! I had no idea there was such a demand for these kinds of things. I guess i can understand cause its only 25 bucks. I live in Oakland County and i was wondering where is the best courses gonna be offered and soon.

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All the ones local are taught by the same group. I took mine at macomb CC last weekend. It was a very cool learners group. I went just so my g/f could get her endorsment.

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Where can i go to sign up?
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MSF courses in MI
Exactly.

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And if you go to one you may get in as a walk in if there is a no show. If theres more walk ins then no shows they do a lottery to see who gets in.
Took it 2 weeks ago at MCC and a friend is taking the 2 weekend course there now.
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Here is a link that has some dates on it. Happy hunting.

http://mcoc.us/2006_motorcycle_safety_classes.htm
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If my damn phone worked i could call and set it up. POS
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The closest sites for Oakland County are Oakland Community College at 696 and Farmington, Schoolcraft Main Campus (Livonia between 6 and 7 on Haggerty) and Schoolcraft Radcliff (Garden City). You can call the continuing ed department at any of the schools where the class is taught and get information about them or try the school's website. The walk in thing is always and option as well. Most of the early classes (March - May/mid June) get filled up VERY quickly....you'd be amazed at how many people are willing to stand in 20 degree weather with wind/rain/snow just to get their license in the middle of March!

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be amazed at how many people are willing to stand in 20 degree weather with wind/rain/snow just to get their license in the middle of March!

Justin
When I took mine a few years back...that is EXACTLY what we did. Rain/Snow/Sun those classes go, and it is very cold on an early Saturday morning in March, especially when it is snowing. Burrr!


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