Hello forum members.
I've been a long-time lurker who recently stopped ... lurking?
I finally took initiative and decided it was time to learn how to ride a bike after wanting to do so for years. I went for my Class 6 learners late June, signed up for PRS after I passed, and one month after, I have my full Class 6 license. What a great end to the month; finished my last semester at SFU, and now, Class 6
Road test was at the Surrey branch; examiner was an Chinese man. Before we left the lot, he asked for the usual: signal, horn, high beam etc. Then I had a brain fart --- hand signals! I had my arm hanging, clueless and just smiled at the examiner
The entire ride took approximately 40 minutes. Lots, and lots of right turns. He lead me to two playground zones, then left me hanging when we reached a T-intersection. He didn't tell me to turn left or right ... So, there I sat --- "the art of killing time" (from PRS)
Did too, too many shoulder checks. More than I could remember, maybe more than required.
And sang the alphabet song throughout the entire test. It's all good.
Also, special thanks to the Road test Tips thread on the forum. I read through the posts several times yesterday to prepare myself.
Thank you bcsportbikes & PRS! Y'all are the best!