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More testing for aspiring Canberra motorcyclists

By johnboy 10 February 2011 21

Territory And Municipal Services have announced the release of their review of ACT motorcycle licensing, training and testing requirements.

The main recommendation of the review is that the ACT pre-provisional course become compulsory, as is the case in NSW. It is currently only compulsory if an ACT learner rider fails the provisional licence test. The Chief Minister has asked TAMS for further advice on what is required to make this change, and when it can be implemented.

Other recommendations include reviewing the content of the pre-learner and pre-provisional courses, reducing the learner licence period from 24 months to 12 months and aligning the ACT provisional motorcycle licence test with recent changes in NSW.

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Davo111 11:39 am 15 Feb 11

chewy14 said :

I understand what you’re saying that people need to take responsibility for themselves but when you see some of the things a few idiot riders do out on the road it’s a worry.

yeah i get what you’re saying too, however their attitudes aren’t going to change with more testing. It might slow them down a little, but they’ll just work to pass the test. :/

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