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  • Birthday 05/07/1976

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  1. After passing and getting the 2B licence after a few tries, I would like to share the techniques to clear the 5 courses in the SSDC circuit. I would like to also include some tips of Road riding, which is the second part of the TP test. Allow me to start from the beginning. Turn on left signal. Check for traffic and check back and move off. Check right (turn your head right) at the first turn of the circuit shortly after you just move off. Switch off signal change to 2nd gear and then on right signal to prepare to go slope. 1) Slope U can actually go at normal sp
  2. My intention is actually to use the licence to rent bike overseas, not really for riding in SG. So i dun think i will go further. 2B is really a long journey for me.. I think the TP test is also super strict. Just curious, my previous unsuccessful TP all got points for those circuit courses with timing but the one i passed did not get. Anyone passed TP but got points for those courses with timing?
  3. The below is actually a post I put previously but I would like to make some edits because I cannot edit the previous post already (cos too long ago). After passing and getting the 2B licence after a few tries, I would like to share the techniques to clear the 5 courses in the SSDC circuit. I would like to also include some tips of Road riding, which is the second section of the TP test. Allow me to start from the beginning. Turn on left signal. Check for traffic and check back and move off. Check right (turn your head right) at the first turn of the circuit shortly after yo
  4. For SSDC, the normal waiting time is about 2 weeks to see free slots to book lessons. The person can "try sell" his lesson if last minute he cannot make it. So this will depend on luck and u have to check regularly to see if someone cannot make it last minute and you want to have your lesson earlier.
  5. Having been to CDC to look around and taken the 2B course at SSDC , in comparison, I feel SSDC is much better and newer (cos it was built in 2010) as it has a covered circuit on level 1 which is very useful in times of rain. You will be on this level 1 for your circuit revision lessons, which is also the actual test circuit for SSDC. Also, the circuit is very large, much bigger than CDC's circuit. Last but not least, SSDC provides helmets, elbow and knee guards free, of cos, they are shared by many others also. The only con is the location is at Admiralty. You have to take a 5 minute free shu
  6. Oh, I'm really a noob at bikes cos my original intention was just for overseas rental of bikes.. And looking at the current prices for bikes are like close to 10k ?? I don't need a bike for daily commuting, perhaps renting a bike ? again I'm a noob here.. any advise where to rent a bike ?
  7. So if we are going to go for Class 2A 1 year later, should we get a second hand 2B bike instead of first hand ? manual gear only?
  8. How is the quality of the road from kota kinabalu town centre to the "tip of borneo" ? How long does the journey take ? I am planning to rent a motorbike from a rental agency and the bike is Honda wave 110cc
  9. Hi, Thanks for the info, but I think I'm looking more at day trips haha... cos I only got 2B licence.
  10. Actually I'm using the licence to rent bike when I travel overseas. Although there are many places that do not require a licence to rent a bike, there are some places that do need it, especially those established, reputable places.
  11. He got his car licence overseas, not bike licence. But it's a bit strange cos I read the rules again , he should need to take the practical test also cos he is singaporean and staying here to work long term.
  12. Before the virus situation, I was planning to go to Kota Kinabalu and rent a motorbike for a day trip to visit some of the attractions there... most notably the "tip of borneo". Anyone has been there before ?
  13. Yes, I also had a friend who was studying overseas and he got his car licence there ... when he came back to singapore, he just have to convert it to a local licence, no need to go through the practical test... And Singapore has one of the most (if not the most) toughest / strictest driving tests in the world.
  14. What do you do during this defensive riding course ? What does it teach you ?
  15. I took the TP a few times already and was quite demoralized already .... and this time when I finished the circuit section I felt I did some big mistakes and was going to not make it again.. but in the end, i made it haha. I remembered reading one post in this forum someone tried many times also and got the licence so that gave me some motivation to press on...
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