121A.36 Motorcycle safety education program.
Subdivision 1. Established; administration; rules. A motorcycle safety education program is established. The program shall be administered by the commissioners of public safety and children, families, and learning. The program shall include but is not limited to training and coordination of motorcycle safety instructors, motorcycle safety promotion and public information, and reimbursement for the cost of approved courses offered by schools and organizations.
Subd. 2. Reimbursements. The commissioner of children, families, and learning, to the extent that funds are available, may reimburse schools and other approved organizations offering approved motorcycle safety education courses for up to 50 percent of the actual cost of the courses. If sufficient funds are not available, reimbursements shall be prorated. The commissioner may conduct audits and otherwise examine the records and accounts of schools and approved organizations offering the courses to insure the accuracy of the costs.
Subd. 3. Appropriation. (a) All funds in the motorcycle safety fund created by section 171.06, subdivision 2a, are hereby annually appropriated to the commissioner of public safety to carry out the purposes of subdivisions 1 and 2. The commissioner of public safety may make grants from the fund to the commissioner of children, families, and learning at such times and in such amounts as the commissioner deems necessary to carry out the purposes of subdivisions 1 and 2.
(b) Of the money appropriated under paragraph (a):
(1) not more than five percent shall be expended to defray the administrative costs of carrying out the purposes of subdivisions 1 and 2; and
(2) not more than 65 percent shall be expended for the combined purpose of training and coordinating the activities of motorcycle safety instructors and making reimbursements to schools and other approved organizations.
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