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v1nn1e

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v1nn1e says:

Improving the Learner Laws

IMHO, the biggest problem at the moment with government regulation of motorcycling is with the labyrinthine, confusing and expensive laws surrounding getting a full licence.

I just wondered what recent/current learners' opinions are of the laws and what their main hassles were/are with getting a full licence?

 

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  • Posted 5 years ago (26 March 2010 12:20)

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tourx4

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Posts: 43

tourx4 says:

cbt's and bad training schools!!

I had a terrible experenace with a local school in my area, they were so bad i stopped and demanded my money back. I took my cbt again with motag and what a difference(no pressure,no feeling of being rushed at all,)i spent a few months on a 125 scooter than did my gear conversion. i now own a much loved suzuki gn125 and i'm trying to get loads of road time in when i can. i do think lots of practice and having a great instructor really help!!:mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:

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