The Check Ride course can only be undertaken at least 28 days minimum after passing the Pre Learner course. The check ride is designed to reinforce safe riding skills and behaviours which you are taught in the two-day pre-learner course and must be passed before you can undertake the pre-provisional motorcycle test. It is your responsibility to ensure your licence is current before attending the course, if it will expire, you need to renew your licence with Service Tas and pass the Knowledge Test.
CHECK RIDE COURSE:
Is a mandatory half-day course that includes an off-road review of braking, steering and low speed manoeuvring skills, and an on-road coaching ride on a pre-determined route which will include multi-lane highways, narrow country roads, shopping centres, and hills and bends.
If your licence will expire before your course date - it is your responsibility to renew with Service Tas.
If you arrive at the course with an expired licence you will be turned away, and have to rebook and pay fees again.
Fees must be paid at time of Registration unless approved otherwise by AJL Training
1. Participants must have completed the Pre Learner course prior to registering for this course
2. Participants must successfully complete this course and wait min 28 days before undertaking their Pre-Provisional Licence test.
Safety: You must have ‘full skin coverage” ie long pants, long sleeve shirt or jacket and sturdy shoes or boots, or you cannot participate in your course.
ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN HELMETS*** & GLOVES & ANY OTHER PPE EQUIPMENT (IF WET) TO MINIMISE THE RISK OF VIRAL INFECTIONS.
Please bring your own water bottle and pen etc for hygiene purposes.
** All participants must wear an approved helmet that meets the Australian Standard AS1698 and EU standards (UNECE22.05) in accordance with the Tasmanian Road Rules 2009 (must display a sticker to indicate this) during the Course.
Please note that the course will proceed regardless of weather. Trainer discretion will apply in Winter.
If you wish to use your own Motorcycle; you must bring proof of registration and 3rd Party insurance on the day. Your motor cycle must be registered as LAMS approved - check your Registration papers to ensure this is so before the day.