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Had the course/test the other day. The in class (online) stuff was pretty straightforward, but a good refresher.Oh, nice! I will be booking a bundle with them - "Road -worthy course and M" together but early next year not this one (don't feel like i might pass it yet). I would love to hear from you when you do your M with them!
Hello and congrats on your M license! Thanks for the good summary, too!Had the course/test the other day. The in class (online) stuff was pretty straightforward, but a good refresher.
The practical day was long, but informative. Talk strategies, ride a little, talk about more strategies and ride some more etc. They do a good job of informing you what's going to be on the test, so you know what to prepare for. As long as you're doing the basic stuff (checking mirrors, blind spots, scanning intersections/hazards etc) any semi competent rider should be able to pass.
They said you can make up to 25 errors. 26, you fail. And that more likely a fail comes with a more serious violation (going through a stop sign etc). Nobody gets perfect apparently. I got 5 errors, which I'm happy with. Yay me. Full M license
Feel free to ask about anything I didn't cover.
Thanks!Hello and congrats on your M license! Thanks for the good summary, too!
I wonder how many miles/kilometers you put into riding before getting into the M licenses exam? And how much of it was on highways?
The reason I am asking is that at some point quantity must have tuned into quality rides, right? I have done 3,000km this first summer, half of it on highways. Will def do more next year prior to getting into an exam sometime around May. Didn't get any tickets so far, wasn't been stopped by the police for any violations (yet).
I don't know if this is universal, but the way RTI taught it is that if you're in the right lane, you should be in the left tire track (hwy or regular road, same applies). If you're in the left lane, or middle lane l, you should be in the right tire track. So, after getting on the on ramp the furthest you'd be going over is to the right tire track of the middle lane. I hope this answers your question.