Now running 7 days a week 5 Hour Course
Outcome = NT Provisional Licence
Final step in obtaining your full motorcycle Licence – This course is conducted partly on our training circuit and “on-road” and focuses on your hazard avoidance and road craft skills. This course is required for your final step in obtaining your full motorcycle Licence.
The Pre Provisional course will provide you with supervised experience in riding varying suburban roads, including multi-lane roads, two way traffic, curves and bends and controlled intersections. This course provides greater understanding of the major collision types, which affect motorcyclists and how to identify and respond to those hazards.
It is preferred that you would provide your own roadworthy and registered LAMS approved motorcycle for the Pre Provisional course, however we have bikes available for hire at $50 for the course.
Before you can sit your practical riding test, you must have held your learner rider licence for six consecutive months.
Please notify our office if you require a Medical clearance. (or take prescribed medication)
All Darwin Motorcycle riding school courses run, regardless of weather conditions,
Should you wish to cancel or change to an alternate date a least 5 working days notice must be given. no refund will be made.
If you are concerned with your riding skills and think you require some training before attempting the Pre Provisions course we are available to provide training before hand.
Please Note: All courses are subject to minimum numbers.
We insist on riders wearing as a minimum:
- All the gear all the time
- Helmet – Better if you have your own or it will be supplied by DMC riding school
- Pants that cover the full length of the leg
- Long sleeved shirt or jacket made from protective material designed to minimise abrasions.
- Eye protection
- Fully enclosed gloves
- Fully enclosed shoes.
It is the responsibility of the learner to attend Darwin Motorcycle Riding School wearing long pants, long sleeved top or jacket, enclosed shoes and eye protection. We also recommend the use of sunscreen. It is also a requirement that during the on road assessment all learners will wear fluorescent vests supplied by Darwin Motorcycle Riding School.