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Maintaining progress requires good vision, planning and use of speed. Too much speed, especially approaching junctions and in traffic, can result in poor progress, excessive braking and potential road safety issues.
The examiner will assess your use of speed, your slow control, your observation and planning in respect of how you maintain progress. Not maintaining progress can result in both minor and/or major faults being recorded.
You will need to understand the difference between open and closed junctions, plus how to correctly approach and look early into junctions. Practice is crucial and you are advised to seek adequate professional Module Two motorcycle training prior to test.
You are also advised to ride for yourself, as if you are not being followed by an examiner. It is the examiner’s responsibility to keep up with you, not up to you to slow down to allow him to catch you up.
Motorcycle Riders Hub is an online eLearning training and guidance platform for all riders. It helps riders at different stages in their training to understand how to improve, operate and control their motorcycle.
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