yes the DMV circle.I was told be an instructor that the circle was made bigger in diameter.So making it a little easier.If you are not practicing in the actual DMV circle on the weekend there is a good chance you're going to be surprised when you do the on bike test. That circle is TINY! Your foot or your bike barely even touches the line and its an automatic fail. You put your foot down - automatic fail.
Are you riding the actual DMV course on the weekends?
Ok. Still, in all honesty, you really should take the MSF course. You will learn a lot of much needed skills that just taking the DMV riding test and riding a bit won't teach you.yes the DMV circle.I was told be an instructor that the circle was made bigger in diameter.So making it a little easier.
And 15% off insurance!I agree on taking the MSF course. I did and it was amazing. I too will consider taking it again, but it's only been a couple of months for me. I will definitely do the ERC sometime, though.
Oh, and my other purpose for taking the course was to avoid taking the DMV exam.
Wow, that's really cheap. I had to pay ~$384 for it. Trust me, it's worth it. Just sell the HID and exhaust kit :noteethThanks for the help.Do you guys have suggestions for taking the course out here in socal.Any spots?never mind I just did a Google search found 5 in LA.$250 bucks though ???
I didn't know this, I have bought a couple of things at Cycle Gear and never thought about bringing my card with me. hcrapThere's a lot of stuff that you'll learn at MSF. I've applied some of them at gmr already. Pays for itself. Also, bring the card (MSF) to cyclegear and get a discount. Don't forget to look at the back of the dmv back for another discount at cyclegear.
Not with State Farm, though. It was still the best option for me, but no discount.And 15% off insurance!
LOL.:noteethYeah, I know. Just teasing you.
Smart choice, letting the iPhone wait :thumb
Everything just keeps on getting more & more expensive.:flame3It was $185 when I took, then after a few years they up'd the prices. It's still worth it though.