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During your Module Two motorcycle test, the examiner will direct you around a test route. You will come across a number of junctions, including turning right at a T-Junction. The OSMPSL routine should be used to approach the junction but if circumstances dictate, the system can be changed to suit the situation. You should indicate early and position towards the right if possible. Once in position, slow down and select the correct gear. Look early into the junction and be ready to stop, depending on traffic flow.
Always be ready to stop at the T-Junction when turning right. If it is a mandatory stop line you don’t have a choice and you will need to stop behind the solid white line. Approach at a slow speed and in the correct gear, the position should be near to the centre white line but not straddling it with any part of the bike or body. Look into the junction early and if it is clear there is no need to stop, just give way and proceed. Rear observations are necessary on approach to the junction, in case other road users try to under or overtake. If the decision is to stop at the end of the road, a lifesaver may be required before moving on.
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