RMS Pre-Provisional Course (Stage 2)

P-PlateThe Pre-Provisional course is the second level of training and needs to be successfully completed before your Learner Licence expires.
PLEASE NOTE THAT TRAINING CONTINUES DURING WET WEATHER AT ALL CENTRES. 
Your Learner Rider Licence is valid for 12 months.  You may attend the Pre-Provisional course 3 months after obtaining your Learner Licence.  Once you have your Learner Licence you may go ahead and book your Pre-Provisional course with the Roads & Maritime Services at anytime.  
The course involves skills practice on the training range followed by a group ride on public roads and a Skills Test. The on-road component is both assessed and coached.  It is not merely a riding test.  If you need further information about the SKILLS TEST, click on the link.  Video's and test area plans are provided for your assistance.


By this time, you may have purchased, or have access to a suitable motorcycle to use during this course.  If you do not have access to a Learner Approved Motorcycle (LAM), you mayThe Pre-Provisional course duration is 8 hours on one day. This timing includes lunch and the Motorcycle Operator Skills Test (M.O.S.T), which is conducted at the end of the course.

hire one from WHEEL-SKILLS to use during the course and the Skills Test.  Unlike the Pre-Learner course, a motorcycle is NOT INCLUDED in the course price.

It is your responsibility to arrange a motorcycle.  Please book early if you require a hire bike from WHEEL-SKILLS.  It is also your responsibility to ensure that your riding standard is sufficiently high and you get adequate practice before you attend.  The riding standard for the Pre-Provisional course is obviously higher than that of the Pre-Learner course.

If you need additional practice or assistance to better prepare for this course, consider participating in a WHEEL-SKILLS INTERMEDIATE RIDER TRAINING COURSE.  The INTERMEDIATE COURSE has been specifically structured for this purpose contact the Wheel-Skills Office on 1800 153 571 to make arrangements.

 



Roadworthy Check

If you are providing your own, or a borrowed motorcycle for the RMS Pre-Provisional course, please make sure that it is fully roadworthy and registered before you arrive for training.  

ROADWORTHY INCLUDES HAVING:

  1. Two (2) rear vision mirrors fitted,
  2. Chain guard fitted,
  3. Chain correctly tensioned,
  4. Road legal tyres with a minimum tread depth of 1.5 mm,
  5. Correctly inflated tyres,
  6. Compliant exhaust system,
  7. All lights, turn signals and brake light functioning,
  8. No broken or cut-down levers,
  9. No oil leaks from engine or fork seals,
  10. L Plate correctly displayed vertically at the rear of the bike.

You will also need to provide an approved helmet, eye protection and other suitable protective clothing.  You may hire a motorcycle, helmet and gloves from WHEEL-SKILLS if required.

Organise the booking of your Pre-Provional Course via the details below to lock in the date of your Course then

Click the "Book Now" Button below to Hire your Motorcycle.

 


 

Bookings

To arrange a booking for a Pre-Provisional course you have 3 alternatives:

    1. Visit your local Roads & Maritime Services Motor Registry / Services NSW office; or 
    2. Call the Roads & Maritime Services Customer Service Centre on 13 22 13; or 
    3. Book online by visiting the RMS Website.

All bookings for Roads & Maritime Services rider training must be made directly through the Roads & Maritime Services.  Although we provide the training, we are unable to take bookings.

 


More Information

Further information on the Roads & Maritime Services Rider Training Scheme can be obtained by calling the Roads & Maritime Services on 13 22 13, your local RMS Motor registry or by visiting the RMS website.

 RMS LIST OF LEARNER APPROVED MOTORCYCLES (LAM's)
 
PRACTICE RMS RIDER/DRIVER KNOWLEDGE TEST
 
RMS ROAD USERS HANDBOOK 
 
RMS MOTORCYCLE RIDER’S HANDBOOK
     

Motorcycle Operator Skills Test (MOST)

 

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