Discussion in 'Learner League' started by Heidi1, Jan 9, 2011.
Got my P's today! Stopped on the line on the box stop - but passed everything else with ease (go figure!)
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And me, as of last Thursday. Grinning, never have to worry about any of that again. Thought I'd destroyed the clutch on my bike (just needed adjusting in the end), had to rent one of their CB125s, which are super expensive, but anyway, finished!
Hey, well done man! I actually did mine on Friday as well. Passed with 0 points
Thanks again to gr346 and couple of other members who were giving tips and advice at the MOST practise I came along to a month or two ago!
Well done mate - its a great feeeling to pass without incurring a point
Glad I could be of help
Congrats. I've booked in for 19 December. Should organise another practice session in the coming weeks.
Congrats. Good to see more new riders on the roads
Got my P plates today. FOR 3 YEARS.... WTF???? Is there any way I can beat this?
Do you have a full driver's licence? If you're fully licensed for your car then you should only need to have your P's for 1 year. Otherwise you need to have your P's for 3 years.
Edit: Interestingly, even if you have your P's for 3 years, the LAMS restrictions only apply for the first year: http://www.rego.act.gov.au/licence/act-licence-types/motorcycle-licence/motorcycle-restrictions
Where does it say?
Under the restrictions, learner and novice motorcycle licence holders can only ride a motorcycle with a power to weight ratio NOT EXCEEDING 150 kilowatts per tonne until they have held a provisional motorcycle licence for 12 months. Holders of a provisional motorcycle rider licence must not carry a pillion passenger until they have held their provisional rider licence for 12 months.
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