Chandler Police Hosting Civilian Motorcycle Course

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More than 4000 people perish every year in motorcycle accidents on U.S. roads. In an ongoing effort to lower that number and save lives, the Chandler Police Department is hosting a Civilian Motorcycle Course this weekend.
On Saturday, April 21, the department’s Traffic Unit will lead the session designed to teach civilians how to safely operate a motorcycle. The full-day event will kick off nice and early at 7:00 am and is scheduled to end at 3:00 pm. Participants will meet in the parking lot of Hamilton High School (3700 S. Arizona Avenue).
Don’t miss out on this learning opportunity that could save your life. For more information, please visit the official website of the Chandler Police Department.

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