AFI 91-207 PDF

d Air Base Wing – Home of America’s Arctic Warriors. References. •. DoDI – DoD Traffic Safety Program. •. AFI – USAF Traffic Safety Program. AFI is published! In an effort to ensure users have their questions and concerns addressed, we will post the most frequently asked questions through the. Air Force Motorcycle Rider Information. Training: According to AFI dated 12 Sept, , Motorcycle safety training is not intended to meet state, territory.

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Motorcycle safety training shall include the appropriate approved course. Ensure personnel sfi all required traffic safety training.

Sturdy over the ankle footwear that affords protection for the feet and ankles shall be worn. It should be used as a supplement to existing Af Safety Training curriculum. Off-Duty – DoD personnel are off-duty when they are not on-duty. It upgrades traffic safety training course definitions and requirements. Hours of authorized roadway use and rules for nighttime operation.

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The benefits of pairing novice with experienced riders have been proven. Installation safety offices may provide this training on a space available basis. The safety design requirements for GVOs are mandated by government contract, nationally recognized motor vehicle design standards, occupational safety and health standards, or other manufacturing related safety standards. Use of government owned and operated RMVs require lesson plans and documentation of training.

The design may be for paved, unpaved, or unimproved surfaces but they do not typically comply with vehicle safety standard required for vehicle registration or roadway use in the State, Territory, or Host Nation. Health and Safety Notice. A clearly visible standard reflective belt not armband is the minimum night requirement. A helmet designed to meet or exceed Department of Transportation DOT standards, shall be worn and properly fastened under the chin.


Private motor vehicles manufactured prior to without seatbelts will not require seat belts installation unless mandated by applicable host nation, State, or Territory Laws. Operators are encouraged to complete a refresher course, particularly after long periods of inactivity, purchase of a new motorcycle, transfer to a new geographical area, or in those areas with high concentrations of motorcycle mishaps or heavy traffic conditions. Civilian Motorcycle Operator Training.

All Marine motorcycle riders will attend mandatory follow-on Level II motorcycle training within days of completion of Level I course dependent on the local riding season. Marines who have completed a Levell course are authorized to operate a motorcycle only if they are licensed valid state drivers license with a motorcycle endorsement. Includes members of other US military services serving on extended active duty with the Air Force or foreign-national military personnel assigned to the Air Force.

At night or in inclement weather e. Additional, minimum personal protective equipment, such as knee pads, wrist guards, elbow pads, etc.

This does not involve automatic adoption of city, local, or host nation traffic laws on Air Force installations.

Wear of long sleeved shirt or jacket, long trousers, and fullfingered gloves are required. All persons on an AF installation. Installation areas or roads authorized or not authorized for RMV use. Riders will wear sturdy over the ankle footwear that affords protection for the feet and ankles durable athletic shoes that cover the ankles may be worn.

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Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety The Air Force is not required to pay for riders to attend this mandatory training. In addition to driver selection and training requirements under DoD Use educational programs to ensure military and civilian personnel are aware of the requirements in this instruction. Unless authorized by 91-20 laws, the Installation Traffic Code, or by an Installation Commander’s signed policy memorandum, all RMVs are prohibited from use on installation public access roadways.

Applicable laws and regulations. The 91-27 will cover significant risk concerns and preventive measures for local weather, recreation, driving environment, and other frequent or severe injury causing activities.


This includes all off-road vehicles categorized by DoDI Specific topics will be determined locally and should enhance awareness of local laws and requirements related to traffic safety. Air Force military and civilian personnel will not be required to pay for or use annual leave for training or education mandated by this instruction with the exception of off-road privately owned ATV and dirt bike training. Commanders may authorize the use of certain types of these devices in the traffic environment.

A windshield or standard sunglasses or standard eye wear alone are not proper eye protection. Ensure all motor vehicle mishaps are investigated and reported as required by AFISafety Investigations and Reports. Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Personnel should not be required to wait more than 30 days during the local riding training season to receive training.

Footwear Local policy may differ.

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Courses must be taught by certified or licensed instructors and include hands-on training, a riding skills evaluation and a knowledge based evaluation. However efforts to procure a safer means of transportation must be exhausted before cargo areas are used to transport personnel. Documents Flashcards Grammar checker.

Individuals are not authorized to jog, run or walk on roadways during high traffic density and peak traffic periods. Civilians employed by other federal 91-027, military dependents, long-term contractors, and retirees may be provided training at no cost on a space-available basis, as determined by the installation commander.

A vehicle designed to meet civilian requirements and used without major modifications by DoD activities for routine transportation of supplies, personnel, or equipment.