Sabtu, 05 Juli 2014

Practical Motorcycle Exam Explained - Part Two

In extreme weather conditions you should be prepared for the fact that your exam may be cancelled. It will subsequently be rescheduled, with no financial loss to you. You will not need to retake a theory test and you will be contacted in due course informing you of your rescheduled date.

The DVSA attempts to cancel bookings in advance, but this is not always practical as local weather conditions can alter drastically, very quickly.

On the day of your test, if weather conditions have deteriorated, contact your test centre to clarify if it's likely that it will go ahead.

Independent Riding Explained

In part one of this series, it was explained how you will be equipped with a radio and an earpiece. Throughout your exam you will receive step-by-step instructions, except during one section, where you will be asked to ride independently.

Radio communication will go silent and for the independent riding section of the exam you will be required to navigate following:

Traffic signs
A series of direction
A combination of the above
To facilitate your understanding of where you're going when following verbal directions, your examiner will show you a diagram. This will aid you during this section of the riding exam to ensure your safety and to test your riding ability without the comfort of instruction.

After the 'On- Road Riding' Exam

Irrespective of whether you pass or fail the practical motorcycle exam, your examiner will discuss with you any faults marked on your DL9 riding report. The debrief will provide you with an overview of how you did during the exam. The document will highlight all the serious faults and minor infringements if you're unsuccessful with your exam.

If you're unsuccessful it's important that you review the information provided, so that you don't make the same mistakes next time you take the exam.

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