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    Heading to perth this friday on my lil ninja, coming back up here on the new R6. although i am still on my RE (r test on 11th), my old man will be driving in his car down/up with me.

    Im not to sure if its legal or not although im guessing its illegal (i did ask all my postie pals this morning and none could answer me) can he be justified as a shadow if he is in the car or does he have to be on a bike?

  • #2
    Your shadow must be on another R (moped, 250 or open) class vehicle, or riding pillion/sidecar. He can not shadow you from a car.

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    • #3
      how come examiners can follow you in a vehicle when doing your r-e test then?


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      • #4
        They can?
        For that situation, it is probably the same reason you take off your L plates for the test... For the duration of the test you are treated as if you already have a licence or somesuch. I remember reading about it somewhere.

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        • #5
          I do believe he can shadow you from the car, as long as he hold the class of license he will be shadowing you for.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ryven View Post
            Your shadow must be on another R (moped, 250 or open) class vehicle, or riding pillion/sidecar. He can not shadow you from a car.
            This man is correct.
            Riding for Cameron Elliott #52
            1985 - 2009

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Ryven View Post
              Your shadow must be on another R (moped, 250 or open) class vehicle, or riding pillion/sidecar. He can not shadow you from a car.
              Prove it.
              Originally posted by Ferris
              I love how PSB has turned into "Dear Martha"

              Figure shit out yourselves, retards.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Lefty View Post
                Prove it.
                With pleasure.

                From Getting a motorcycle licence brochure off the DPI website.

                Your tutor must accompany you at all times either as a
                pillion passenger, in a sidecar or on another motorcycle.
                Ryven wins.
                Originally posted by Semi
                I ride slowly because I'm a massive faggot.

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                • #9
                  Haha... naughty rabbit then.
                  Originally posted by Ferris
                  I love how PSB has turned into "Dear Martha"

                  Figure shit out yourselves, retards.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by potato View Post
                    how come examiners can follow you in a vehicle when doing your r-e test then?
                    Why would they, though?
                    Originally posted by padfoot View Post
                    They can?
                    For that situation, it is probably the same reason you take off your L plates for the test... For the duration of the test you are treated as if you already have a licence or somesuch. I remember reading about it somewhere.
                    This is the case. You are not a learner for the purpose of the assessment. But, again, this is far from the norm...
                    Originally posted by Shann View Post
                    I do believe he can shadow you from the car, as long as he hold the class of license he will be shadowing you for.
                    This is why we don't give out advice when we don't actually know...
                    Originally posted by Lefty View Post
                    Prove it.
                    no u

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