Discussion in 'Learner League' started by Heidi1, Jan 9, 2011.
But that only counts for people who have full car license. Im on learners
It doesn't say that anywhere. There's another document I was reading (sorry, no link on me right now) that says the same thing; restrictions apply only for the first 12 months of your Ps
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I think in NSW if it's your first licence you end up restricted for 3 years. ACT restrictions are 12 months, you just have a provisional licence for 3 years.
As an aside, I crashed a non learner legal bike when I was 19, while still on a provisional licence. No probs, cops just checked my licence to make sure I was legally allowed to be riding it. My restrictions only lasted 12 months in that state, too, from when I was 17 till I was 18. I was on a provisional licence for 3 years, but all that meant was a) less points for 3 years and b) zero BAC for 3 years. Restrictions were done after a year.
Am fairly certain it is the same arrangement here.
Thats awesome. Thankyou @SimonB15 kind sir
Big day on the range at stay upright in Qbn today, 8/8 riders passing the M.O.S.T test!
Congrats to all, keen to tee up some rides!!
In on this.
Got my P's on Saturday, the test was super easy. only 1 person out of 8 didn't get their P's cause they missed too many headchecks.
Now to wait 12 months to buy an R6 lol
Got mine today, killed a cone for 3 points and redid the swerve because l hit another cone, turned to early.
Another rider missed a cone for 5 points, killing is better!
The practice layout made the U and left box turn much harder than the test, had to make a 160 to get to the U so I was then wrong for the left too.
Lost count of the times I held the bike up with my leg. But the layout meant we got much more practice.
Another @Miggzie success story
TLDR; *** CONGRATS ***
the rest, just practice a little more, the uturn is handy, the emergency braking & swerving is vital
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