1 - Yes both are different. But if you're going to take class 3 within the same time frame BTT will come along eitherway. As far as I know, based on what I went through at SSDC (not sure if its the same for other driving centres), you have to attend the theory lessons, then trial practices, trial test THEN book RTT which takes about 2 months.
During this time you can take the circuit orientation lesson and apply your 2b PDL (can be tgt with your class 3 PDL) then begin your Practical lessons whilst waiting for RTT.
Besides this, if you're in SSDC (not sure about CDC or BBDC if they also have this..) you'll have to take another 3 theory lessons (defensive riding theory). Once you completed all your prac lessons, RTT, theory lessons and such, you can book TP.
2 - No such thing as private instructors for 2b...as far as I know.
3 - Yes, should not be a problem. I did both together but at the same place thoough. Can save money by apply 2b and class 3 PDL at the same time.
I was also worried about my parent's objections. I took lessons and passed 2b without them knowing then tried to figure out how to convince them after that. Maybe this link can help you haha.
How much did it cost to take the license and what year was it taken?
If I rent a bike, where will be a good place to start?
I dont intend to buy my bike, maybe just rent 1 and drive in bolehland once a month or something like that.
Like that wouldnt get caught by parents right?
The cost more or less depends on you. Sometimes you can clear the lesson in one go, someones cannot. Also depends on how many revision lessons you choose to take before your actual test and whether you pass the first time or have to repeat.
Rent bike..not sure. Check shop directory?
Your parents don't allow or is it you haven't asked because you assume they'll be against it?
If you're really desperate to ride and don't wanna buy your own bike..go work as a dispatch rider for those companies with their own bikes lo.
Last edited by Cellardoor; 16-10-2012 at 01:17 PM.
If your parents don't allow you to bike will you still do it? For me, I just did it because it's something I know I really want. So it's up to you. At the end of the day, your parents can only advise you. Of course, everything must be self paid.
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