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If you need to rent a motorcycle for the skills test, you can email Ron. He has a motorcycle available to rent. This is not a rental through In & Out Driving School. This is an agreement between you and Ron. Any fees for bike rental are separate from testing fees. In & Out does not accept payment for bike rental.

We will text you the day before your test with location to meet and to confirm.

PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS - YOU MUST HAVE A MC PERMIT - PAYMENT IS MADE TO HOLD YOUR SPOT - Permit number is on the front of your permit (not the barcode)

You need to bring your street legal bike:

(Bike must have the following)

DOT approved tires         Brakes

Head Lamp                    Muffler

Tail Lamp                       Mirror

Stop Lamp                     Horn

Insurance                      Registration


(your appointment may be cancelled if inclimate weather.)

                                                  In & Out Driving School provides Third Party Skills Testing for two and                                                      three wheel motorcycles.

                                                  We also have written "permit" testing available to obtain your permit.                                                        You can take the permit test Monday Wednesday and  Friday between                                                        9AM and 3:30PM no appointment needed. 

We currently do the skills testing at our Glenwood Springs Location. You must have your State of Colorado Motorcycle Learners permit in hand before you can complete the skills test.

To complete the skills test please make an

appointment and then bring your permit and driver license and the following with you:

Helmet, must be DOT approved.
Eye protection, regular eyeglasses or sunglasses.
Sturdy full length, non flared, pants.
Sturdy (rubber soled) boots or shoes that cover the ankle.

You must have your Driver License as well as MC permit in hand.

​FEE -- $70 for MC skills test

​$20 for permit test - (written test)


If you are under 18 years of age, your parent or guardian must sign an Affidavit of Liability and Guardianship for you to be issued your instruction permit. You must hold your motorcycle instruction permit for 12 months and be 16 years of age before you can add the endorsement to your driver's license. If you are between 15 and 16 years of age, you must have completed a Motorcycle Operator Skills Training (MOST) program, and show proof of completion, prior to receiving your instruction permit.