Years ago..I failed my test on a 80cc scooter with automatic transmission, . Went home to get my new VFR750 ( my first bike with a clutch ) and retested the next day. I passed.tfkelly said:I could and probably will, but my question still stands; has anyone done it or think they can? I'm taking it as a personal challenge =)
I have tried to do it on an LT, but gave up after I saw that they asked things that are physically impossible on an LT (Not even if you pushed it). Did the whole thing on a borrowed 250 and called it a day.tfkelly said:I could and probably will, but my question still stands; has anyone done it or think they can? I'm taking it as a personal challenge =)
Take and pass the MSF class and you don't have to take the driving test at the DMV...only the written test.....win/win!tfkelly said:Has anyone here passed the California motorcycle driving test on a k-1200rs/gt? I have 20,000 miles on mine and consider myself to be pretty good at manuvering, but that test is a bruser...
Now this is how it should be done - under real-world conditions.Here in WI, they make you drive on city streets and follow behind in a car.
Would it have been appropriate to lodge an objection with the DMV supervisory staff upon hearing this comment? I probably would have, if she didn't look like she was joking.I think it's really because the first tester didn't like my bike (her first comment when she saw the bike, new dark blue 84 K100RS with black tinted screen was "that's one mean looking bike").