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  1. https://youtu.be/axrWlY2ilHA Hi guys, I made a video on my experience in getting my class 2b license at SSDC and I thought I would share it to give some expectations and tips for the new students. There are timestamps in the video description to save time. Hope it helps. Feel free to ask me questions below
  2. My first motovlog sharing, hope you enjoy it! Do read my YouTube description too
  3. Article reproduced from The Straits Times Learner motorcyclists and drivers could in a few years' time be assessed for a road licence without the presence of a human tester, if a trial here proceeds smoothly. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has called a tender for a trial of a fully automated circuit that will use technology to test motorcycle riders. The Intelligent Driving Circuit (IDC) will eventually replace the current testing method, which involves a human assessor, for both car drivers and motorcyclists. According to the tender documents on government procurement portal GeBiz, the trial is to be conducted on selected Class 2, 2A and 2B motorcycles, which are to be fitted with analytical equipment such as sensors and cameras. The tenderer is expected to supply two motorcycle units for each class and set up automated testing systems at the motorcycle course stations within the test circuit at the Singapore Safety Driving Centre (SSDC) in Woodlands Industrial Park. The tender documents set out the riding errors that the automated testing system must be able to detect at the emergency stop station in a proof-of-concept test. These include failing to attain a minimum speed of 30kmh for Class 2B motorcycles and 40kmh for Class 2 and 2A motorcycles before executing the emergency stop, failing to look straight ahead and hold the handlebar firmly with both hands, and failing to grip the fuel tank with both knees. The system must also be able to detect if a rider puts his feet down before bringing the motorcycle to a complete stop, if he supports the motorcycle with his right foot instead of his left after stopping, or if he stops in a staggering manner. Applying insufficient braking force, applying the clutch before braking, applying the brakes early, failing to close the throttle to make use of the engine brake and failing to apply the front and rear brakes together are also among the listed errors. Other errors that will cause a rider to fail the test immediately include taking more than the required distances to stop the motorcycle on a wet surface, falling off the motorcycle and causing the motorcycle to lean over by more than 45 degrees. The tenderer must show that the system can achieve at least 80 per cent accuracy in detecting and highlighting these errors before the design is considered for further evaluation. The system must be able to achieve 100 per cent accuracy in detecting errors before it is eventually implemented in full. It will also be required to show how demerit points are awarded and why, as well as calculate the total demerit points awarded at the end of the test to determine whether the testee had met the minimum requirements before proceeding to the next test. The trial could take up to a year and a half, according to the tender documents. The tenderer will be required to provide warranty and maintenance of the system for up to 18 months after installation. When the IDC was first announced by Home Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam in 2017, the minister said the trial would take place in 2021 and that the plan was to achieve full implementation by 2023. He said then that using technology to conduct driving lessons and tests will enhance the effectiveness of lessons, increase productivity and allow lessons to be taken outside of the current operating hours to better suit learners' schedules. The MHA did not respond to queries on the trial. A training manager at SSDC declined to comment when approached.
  4. i got my license 10 years ago but due to some circumstances, my license revoked. good news, im getting my license back in days time. hope my tp pass. back then, i have no issue buying bike and so on upon passing my tp. due to alot of changes nowadays, apply QDL card online etc2.. Last time we will receive a temporary paper/document while waiting for our license card to deliver to our home address. we can straight away buy bike and show that letter first. QUESTION: how about now? since we need to apply online for QDL. i got some info the tp test result wont be updated on the spot? is it true? OR, can i just straight away apply for QDL, and go shop and buy a bike? is there any email or something to show i have license?
  5. im going for my lesson 5 this coming tuesday and it isnt a night session. is that fine and can i like book for a night sesh for prac 6 instead. i just cant wait for too long for lesson 5’s night session slot
  6. Anyone taking 2A at SSDC can fall in here. Since nearing 2016 in a few days I just put 2016. Just enrolled yesterday. Mine is worst case scenario - got 2B in Dec 2009, never ride on the road at all until now. Included a poll so once you pass can share how many pracs in total before you can go TP.
  7. Hi guys, I would like to share my experience with SSDC training schools for 2B licence. I enrolled on 01 Sep 2015 paid $53.50 for enrolment and $48.15 for the 4 basic theory lessons at the same time I booked Circuit Orientation Training on 04 Sep 2015 8:20 PM. In Orientation the instructor explained the entire process show us how to start and stop the engine, put bike on main stand and remove from main stand, how to put on side stand, how to pick up fallen bike and explain important parts on bike. Then I completed the 4 lessons in one weekend as just nice all the lessons were lined up for me. Then I booked my 1st practical on 12 Sep 2015 10:30 AM paid $27.82. For unfortunate reason I missed the class and booked another class on 22 Sep 2015 8:20 PM and pain $27.82 again. Meanwhile I attended 3 Theory Trial Test (TTT) 2 practice and one trial test. I attended 2 practice on same day and my trail test on 22-Sep-2015 7:45pm just before my 1st Practical. I cleared my trail test and booked BTT on 26 Oct 2015 8:00 PM. The TTT is $2.14 each and BTT was $6.50. You need to score at least 46 points on TTT in order to book BTT I cleared with 49 marks. Do note some questions on TTT are quite tricky unlike practice so you better read carefully and understand before answering. My Experience on 1st Practical: So after my TTT which finished at 8:05pm I went up to level 5 collected my number tag and put on my riding gear then we hand in our progression book to the instructors on the main desk and waited for our instructor to call 2B lesson 1. Around 8:30pm our instructor calls out for us, we went out to the circuit area the instructors welcomed us and asked who is taking 1st time? Around 8 of us put our hands up and then one instructor asked us to follow him to the side. He then explained that the people who are taking for 2nd time will go 1st and we should wait 10 min. After the other group got their bikes and went off to the small circuit our instructor asked us to follow him to the bikes. We stand at the left side of the bike and the instructor keep talking about safely and basic biking stuff which was all the same as orientation even he explain the process of licence. So at that point I realize that the orientation was useless and just waste of money. Anyways, after he was done talking he told us to hold the handle of the bike with two hands and push the bike down from the main stand. I touch the bike at around 9:15pm. Of course there were couple of people who couldn’t push the bike down and got one person who push the bike so hard that it fall down. Anyways we practice the main stand and side stand for another 15 min. At around 9:30pm we sit on the bike and start. Then we practice putting bike in 1st gear and back to neutral. Around 9:40pm instructor told us to find biting point of the bike and practice. At about 10pm then we went to the mini circuit. So for around 20 min we ride on the mini circuit in 1st gear. After that the instructor asked us to go park the bike and wait to collect out books. About 10 min later the instructor come and gave us our books and said we need to book the 1st lesson again because we haven’t clear all the parts of the lesson 1. So I asked the instructor how come like that then he said that as we were all new we needs to slowly progress and some lessons might require us 2-3 sessions to clear that is only if you can pass all the sessions meaning to say if you fail the session you need to rebook and it might take you 4-5 session to clear the one lesson. I booked my 2nd session for lesson 1 on 01 Oct 2015 8:30PM and paid $27.82 again. A small tip, if you know how to ride please tell the instructor so that he don’t waste your time by teaching you things you already know specially for lesson one as the session was super basic for people who never sit on bike or ever know about how biting point works. Please remember that if you have any experience with bikes do tell the instructors so you can directly go to mini circuit. To date I have spend around $259.26 including BTT, Defensive Riding Theory lesson 5-7, 3X TTT, Orientation and 3 practical lessons out of which I wasted one coz I missed. I will update the post as I progress, so far few tips to speed up your process: 1- Complete your orientation ASAP 2- Book 1st practical ASAP 3- Complete basic theory lessons ASAP 4- Take the three TTT ASAP and bass 5- Then Book BTT straight away. 6- One 1st lesson tell the instructor if you have riding experience so you don’t waste one session. So far the instructors are very friendly and hilarious, yes they do make fun of people’s mistakes but don’t take it serious coz they just want to make the learning fun they are not disrespectful in anyway. I would like to wish all the best to those who are on the same journey as me. And for those who are considering 2B licence, do your research and ask all the questions on orientation and also before you sign up.
  8. Not sure if its too late. But I just started and i realised there is no 2015 SSDC thread So all learners lets discuss here!
  9. ikx_ikaa

    Rtt

    Anyone have lobang that can help to get faster RTT test date in SSDC?
  10. Couldn't find a 2013 thread for SSDC Class 2, so here goes!
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