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Planning to take my 2B in Jan right after my 18th bday.
Few questions to ask :
1) which centre is the fastest and also how long would it take for the whole journey.
2) what are the different practicals like?
3) RTT , theory all easy?
Used to ride ebike(not proud), and also go overseas ride those vespa bikes with family so quite familliar with bike controls.
Planning to get R15 v3 when i pass
I'm Pablo, currently living in California and looking to relocate to Singapore.
I own a 2015 Suzuki VStrom 650 that I'm very fond of and I'll like to take to SG with me
I have two areas that I would like to ask for advice/experiences. If I'm in the wrong sub-forum please point me in the right direction.
I know I should be able the ride the 650cc bike for a year with my CA motorcycle license.
After this do you think it would be possible for me to get the proper license to keep riding the bike? I know there are issues with countries/states that do now require practical riding tests, but that's not the case with California.
I'm 28, had my California license for ~2 years and never had an accident. Before my VStrom I had a 300cc Honda.
If needed I can supply evidence such as insurance papers, photos of me on 3000km trips, etc.
- Besides the ~5k usd COE permit, which other fees would I have to pay to import the bike?
- Any change I can sell/transfer the CEO if I move out say in 2 or 3 years?
- Have any of you shipped the bike from the US? Which service did you use?
Thank you in advance for the information, hope to see you guys and go for a ride!
EDIT: Added some pictures!
Any Malaysians here who managed to convert their full B (unrestricted license) riding license to class 2 ? I have a full B license and have been riding with it for the past 10 years in Malaysia . The problem is i don't have proof of ownership for big CC bikes in Malaysia. Anyone managed to convert their license to class 2 without having to furnish these documents of ownership? Would appreciate all the advice I can get from fellow riders here. Thank you very much in advance.
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