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Moped Safety Classes Available In-Person or “Live” Online

Now you can learn the rules of the road with this moped safety course, designed for beginning moped operation, “live” online, or in a traditional in-person class. This class will teach moped drivers the “rules of the road” by being a safe moped operator. It is taught by a certified instructor and required of anyone under 16 wanting a moped license. Student needs to be a minimum of 14 years old or within 6 months prior to their 14th birth date.

Choose from two classes that will be offered “live” online and will be a virtual class using Zoom: Wednesday, July 22, from 8 AM – 2:30 PM (Class ID 5591) or Saturday, September 5th, from 8 AM – 2:30 PM (Class ID 5592).  Technology requirements for the live online class include: computer, laptop, or device connected to the internet. Phone or above device with a microphone to answer questions and discuss materials. Ability to scan or take a picture of the quiz and email to the instructor. Camera on device preferable, but not required. The instructor David Reel teaches both Moped Safety and Motorcycle Rider classes. A maximum of 25 students will be allowed in each “live” online class.

The next in-person class is scheduled for Wednesday, August 5th, and will be held from 9 AM – 3:30 PM in Iowa Falls (Class ID 4031) on the Ellsworth Community College campus in Reg Johnson Hall, room 101 and taught by long-time Iowa Valley instructor Janet Minde.  Due to social distancing requirements, a maximum of 9 students will be allowed. Parents will need to drop off their child and bring the completed a waiver to class and a sack lunch. Students will also be required to wear a mask and adhere to social distancing requirements.

You may register online at and enter Moped into the class search. You will set up a household account, then add the student’s information, including middle name and birth date, then check out. You may also call our office at 641-752-4645 or 800-284 4823 to register. Registration deadlines are one week prior to the class.

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