Minnesota Motorcycle Road Guard Certificate
The motorcycle road guard certificate law was enacted in Laws 2012, chapter 287 (See article 3, sec. 27, 43). The Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) is considering amending Minnesota Rules by adding a new chapter in order to implement the provisions of the motorcycle road guard certificate law.
The rules are needed to establish safety and equipment requirements, curriculum content, and the fee for a person to obtain a motorcycle road guard certificate.
For more information, visit the DVS Motorcycle Road Guard Certificate Public Notices Page.
Status of rulemaking: The proposed new rule will be published in the State Register on Monday, November 4, 2013.
Minnesota Motorcycle Road Guard Certificate Advisory Committee
The Minnesota Motorcycle Road Guard Certificate Advisory Committee was established by the Department of Public Safety for the motorcycle road guard certificate rulemaking. The committee will advise DPS on the possible rules governing the road guard certificate program and curriculum provided for motorcycle road guards.
Minnesota Motorcycle Road Guard Certificate Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public.