Hours of Training
The examiner will assess how well you judge and deal with other road users. The examiner follows you to see how you cope with different scenarios regarding your forward planning and awareness.
You should use good vision and judgment to make the correct decisions to avoid dangers ahead. There is nothing wrong with bringing the motorcycle to a halt if the situation requires it.
The examiner will also look at how good your judgement is when you are passing or overtaking other vehicles. You need plenty of room to allow for car doors that might open, also looking out for oncoming vehicles and how you move back into a safe return position.
Filtering is an uncommon test requirement at most test locations. If you do filter it requires that you have good judgement of space and the decisions you make keep you safe while passing stationary vehicles
Crucial to all judgement is your use of observations, the examiner will expect to see lifesavers, mirror checks and rear observations when required. Good judgement is also crucial in manoeuvres that involve crossing the path of other vehicles e.g. turning right into a side road.
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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