Graduated licensing systems around the world have shown that a systematic process of phasing in driving privileges reduces the number of crashes among young novice drivers.
It’s a system which delays getting a full licence by giving beginners the opportunity to gain experience and acquire critical riding skills under low risk conditions.
Mandatory Rider training was introduced by VicRoads in 2016 as part of the new Motorcycle Graduated licencing system (M-GLS) aimed at making motorcycle riding safer for novice riders.
The development of the course by motorcyclists and education professionals, based on research and worlds best practice…
The next step to take after obtaining a Motorcycle learner permit is to complete a ‘Check ride’.
The check ride is a session where you will continue to develop your bike control and road craft skills.
You will receive coaching and feedback on areas where you are doing well, and on areas that need improvement…
The final stage of the GLS is the licence assessment which consists of both an off-road and on-road assessment.
The assessor will be focusing on the riders ability to show safe riding techniques along with riding skills i.e- Lane positioning (buffering), Looking, slowing down and moving away from potential hazards…
Some say the “Holy Grail” of motorcycle riding is to get your knee down around a corner. For those who have attended a knee down course may well have achieved this. In this course you will add to your previous achievements and in doing so continue to hone your cornering techniques and to take it to the next level (knee down at the track). And for those new to the knee down course a new beginning.
The overseas licence transfer is designed for the rider that has an overseas licence and require it to be converted to a Victorian motorcycle licence.
To convert your licence it must be in English or it needs to be translated by NAATI accredited translator.
Your overseas licence must be sighted by a Vicroads office and noted on the system.