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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Travel expenses to attend training are not reimbursable when mandatory course attendance is for operation of a private motor vehicle. Gloves or mittens will be made from leather or other abrasion-resistant material. It is the senior occupant’s responsibility to ensure enforcement of occupant restraints. Provide support, funding, and facilities to comply with this instruction.

The course will specifically address safety rules for operation of motorcycles, mopeds, motor scooters, and bicycles. The MSF instructor will issue a written “classroom only course completion statement” to the attendee which includes the location, course name, individual’s name, date of training, instructors name, instructors signature, and the following two statements: A clearly visible standard reflective belt not armband is the minimum night requirement.

The Air Force is not required to pay for riders to attend this mandatory training. Increased Visibility Local policy may differ.

A helmet designed to meet or exceed Department of Transportation DOT standards, shall be worn and properly fastened under the chin. Adoption of these laws can address the majority of non-government vehicles similar to those described in paragraphs 2.

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Meet or exceed requirements for intermediate training. This training module will be taught to new Air Force military and civilian supervisors. This instruction applies to all people in or on moving motor vehicles and bicycles on Air Force installations, Air Force employees operating a motor vehicle conducting official duties off base, Air Force military personnel including Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard on Federal Service at all times regardless of location, and foreign students in training with the Air Force who must complete applicable traffic safety courses.

Devices called motor scooters but not defined and authorized to be used in traffic by applicable traffic codes and laws are RMVs. Use traffic safety briefings and other proactive measures prior to major holidays, extended weekends, and other high risk periods to reinforce responsible driving behaviors.


Air Force funded training applies only to courses provided, sponsored, or contracted by the military services.

The GSM will publish minutes. Unless authorized by State 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.

The course is required by DoDI Gloves should be sturdy, non-slip type to permit a firm grip on the controls. Use educational programs to ensure military and civilian personnel are aware of the requirements in this instruction.

Operator and Passenger Protection MSF-MSRC ; all other motorcycle riders will attend a course designed for experienced riders that targets the specific handling characteristics of the type motorcycle they own.

This does not involve automatic adoption of city, local, or host nation traffic laws on Air Force installations. In addition to driver selection and training requirements under DoD Use of government owned and operated RMVs require lesson plans and documentation of training. Use of these vehicles will be restricted to low speed areas of Air Force installations with speed limits not exceeding 25 MPH.

Motorcycles will have both left and right rear view mirrors mounted on the handlebar or fairing not required for tactical or off-road motorcycles not operated in a traffic environment.

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Unlicensed operators when a license is required seeking to become a motorcycle operator on a roadway must comply with the skills training, permit and license requirements of the state, territory, host nation or applicable Status of Forces agreement. Personnel assigned in temporary duty TDY status for 30 calendar days or more must complete the course at the TDY unit and accomplish such training at the beginning of the TDY.

Clothing Local policy may differ. The Ground Safety Manager, responsible for motorcycle training program management, will assist instructors by providing a form letter that meets the intent of documenting this classroom training only requirement. The words road, roadway, traffic way, are synonymous in this instruction. Convene a quarterly installation Traffic Safety Control Group TSCG with members representing, at a minimum, installation level security forces, civil engineering, and transportation.

Specific topics will be determined locally and should enhance awareness of local laws and requirements related to traffic safety. It is designed to reaffirm and build on the driving and decision-making skills taught in Course I. To the maximum extent possible personnel shall be transported in passenger vehicles such as sedans, sport utility vehicles, station wagons, or buses.


Commanders and supervisors will complete an ORM evaluation when requesting to use these vehicles in traffic, industrial, or pedestrian environments.

The principles and application of ORM will be incorporated into all driving activities in both government and privately-owned vehicles. Use of these devices hinders or prevents recognition of emergency signals, alarms, announcements, approach of vehicles, human speech, and the ability to determine the direction sounds are coming from. The installation commander may delegate this approval authority.


Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Additional guidance on determining duty status is provided in AFISafety Investigations and Reports and applies to this instruction. The Traffic Safety Program’s goal is to prevent or reduce frequency and severity of ari mishaps involving Air Force personnel, equipment, and operations.

The majority of GVOs are inherently off-road vehicles such as material handling, construction, or agricultural equipment. Examples of level III courses include: Hand protection consists of full fingered riding gloves. The documentation method for emergency vehicle operator training is at the discretion of the appropriate functional managers. All AF military personnel at any time, on or off an AF installation.

For any use on roadways, minimum vehicle safety devices or equipment to include lights, taillights, reflectors, brakes, seat belts, and adi applicable traffic related safety features. According to MCO All unlicensed motorcycle riders must complete Levell training prior to attending any other advanced level motorcycle training.

Emphasize pedestrian, bicycle, and recreational motor vehicle RMV safety as part of the traffic safety program. Conducted Prior to operation of a motorcycle. When military mission tactics, techniques and procedures conflict with these requirements, an Operational Risk Management analysis will be used to determine the most appropriate balance of Page 11 of 24 DRAFT mission and safety.