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So I'm finally attempting to upgrade my license from Ls and Ps.

This decision was made due to the fact that my Ls expires next month.
If I could keep using my Ls until I was eligible to auto Fulls, I would.

As I'm typing this, it has occurred to me this is a COOL STORY, BROs.

So to make it interesting and worth replying to, I guess I'll ask for advice for the test? :p
 

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i just thinking i need to do this too, i went down to the test area a few weeks ago just to watch, looks pretty simple, just look at some of the tools that have their license... it'll boost your confidence lol
 

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Make sure you aren under the affluence of inkahol
 

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i wouldnt think that they would do the test in the rain would they? considering their all learners and they probably dont want everyone stacking it on the their course
 

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rain hail or shine the test will go ahead. what you think when you need to dfo an emergency break in real life its going to be sunny all the time lmao! rain never hurt anyone ..except me 3 weeks ago mixed with oil lol!
 

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I did my test in the rain and the only thing I found weird was getting use to the trail bike and the way that it handled. One guy did lose the front end on the quick stop but after watching him practice, it didn't really suprise me. I actually fond the learner test harder to do (if that's really possible). I had not been riding for a long time when I did my learners so I was very rusty. If you have been riding heaps on your L's and then go for the test there shouldn't be a problem.
 

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shvlzz said:
Sounds good!

TBH, I'm not that worried. I just hope it doesn't rain D:
Sif...
 
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