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During the test, the examiner will use a diagram of the Module One test area as a reference guide for you. The official name for the test centre is the Motorcycle Manoeuvring Area (MMA.) Although there are some differences regarding the entry to the test centre, all Module One test sites are exactly the same.
The layout was designed to assess manual handling and slow control riding skills and to be able to assess some higher speed manoeuvres in the confines of a safe off-road environment. Your riding skills are assessed on a right or left hand circuit. The area is cordoned off with a perimeter fence and the cone layout is identical throughout each MMA. The cone colour and positioning is the same throughout the UK, however there are a couple of test centres that have a slightly different configuration because of their location. The actual surface is a high grip porous tarmac that has good drainage and is high friction.
Being familiar with the test and the course layout will pay dividends. If you choose a training school that uses the actual test centre for your training, it will be so much easier when you arrive for your test. A good training program will ensure you are familiar with each exercise and have practiced until you are proficient. Booking through a motorcycle training school is the easiest and best way to be test ready.
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