The weather is getting nicer (even in Wisconsin!) and there are more bikes on the road. Motorists are asked to stay alert for bikes, but motorcyclists need to remember they are harder to see and ride accordingly. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) reminds riders that motorcycle safety starts with 5 = zero – 5 key points equals zero deaths on Wisconsin roadways.
Here are the five:
Thinking about pulling your motorcycle or scooter out of storage? Or have you decided — finally — to make this the summer you get out on the open road? Moraine Park Technical College’s Basic Rider courses offer a convenient way to learn to ride and obtain your license.
Class registration is now open, with available weekday morning and evening options, as well as weekend courses running now until the end of September. Attendees can complete the course in just one weekend or in four weekday courses.
As you can see by the danger sign in the picture, high voltage is new to the automotive industry.
And here at Moraine Park Technical College, with advances in automotive technology and hybrid vehicles aging, we are exposing our students to hybrid and electric vehicle technology.
The size of diagnostic equipment has changed a lot over the years as new technologies have been introduced into the automotive field.
But as the old adage goes, “size doesn’t matter.”
Alex Prunty, a Moraine Park Technical College alumnus and 24-year-old rising racing star from Lomira, Wisconsin, has won the 2016 “Kulwicki Cup” Championship. That announcement from officials at Kulwicki Driver Development Program (KDDP) came the day before Thanksgiving.
Prunty won the title by eight points (533-525) over New England standout Dave Farrington, Jr., from Jay, Maine.
Alex Prunty is leading the pack!
Alex is a Moraine Park Technical College Alumni and owner/driver of the #11 Super Late Model we sponsor, and is an early leader in the 2016 Kulwicki Driver Development Program’s “Kulwicki Cup” point standings! Great job, Alex!
In the organization’s initial evaluation, which considered the seven drivers’ on and off-track performances from April 1 through June 30, Wisconsin’s Alex Prunty holds a 12-point lead over Maine’s Dave Farrington Jr. California driver Jeremy Doss is in third and closing the gap.