For a limited time you can get FREE digital subscriptions to both Autoweek and Motor Trend magazines. Autoweek is the prime source for information about new domestic and imported cars and trucks. Motor Trend provides evaluations of automotive products for all varieties and styles of cars.
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California residents can get a FREE print subscription to Motor Trend Magazine. A FREE digital subscription is available to anywhere in the US. This offer will be available for a limited time only.
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Harley-Davidson announced that it is offering all current and former U.S. military FREE Riding Academy motorcycle training. The new “Learn to Ride” program, open to active-duty, retired, reservists and veterans, begins on Armed Forces Day, May 16, and runs through Sept. 13, 2015.
All stateside military can take advantage of this offer by visiting a Harley-Davidson dealer or going to www.h-d.com/militarylearntoride. If Riding Academy is not available in a particular area, Harley-Davidson will issue a Harley-Davidson gift card totaling the cost of the certified motorcycle safety program.
Those currently deployed outside the U.S. can also submit the “Learn to Ride” form by Sept. 13 and will receive a voucher for free motorcycle safety training that is good through 2016.