Hey there, I replied to your other thread but just in case here ya go:
When I bought mine I trailered it home. I have a 12' flatbed trailer.
In MD you need to have either a full class M or take the test on a trike or spyder and get a 3 wheel validation. If you want to go to the MVA and take the street test you will need a learner's first.
Another option, if you're comfortable trying a two wheel is to take an MSF course (motorcycle safety). You do not need a learner's for this and if you pass you get a certificate that you can take to the MVA and get your license without doing anything else. I took the class at the College of Southern Maryland. I know PGCC has one. Maybe HCCC has one too?
2012 Can-Am RT-S - Blue!