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Hello everyone!

I was just wondering if they check your bike throughly before attempting the skills test.

More specifically because my bike has some turn signals that do not work well. (I am currently trying to fix it because i obviously want turn signals) My test is in a month and i don't know if I'll be able to fix it by then.

Just wondering if they fail me because of the bike or if they won't let me do the test if they judge the bike not safe.
 

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The very first thing they do is verify your signal lights, brake lights, and headlight. They wont even start the test if they dont work.
 

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^^^ yup, what Scott said. mandatory!
 

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why not have a local shop/mechanic fix it for you ... zipperty-zip, done deal!!
 

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If you can't fix a broken turn signal in a month's time, perhaps riding isn't for you.
 

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Failed it twice if you stall your bike its an automatic fail. I was new to bike and I thought the first gear up from neutral was first facepalm 😅
 
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