Canada May Reconsider Bike Licensing Procedure
It is great to see some Canadian motorcycle professionals raising their voices and speaking in favor of the more realistic manner for issuing motorcycle permits.
While Canadian insurance companies are whining they are paying a lot of money to insure for those harms of bike accidents and claim extreme increases in insurance rates, we firmly believe the strategy people like O'Neill are choosing is way closer to a profitable, efficient option. To the issue in this Autoevolution post and you will read an extensive investigation.
Trouble is, children age 16 and old can get their M1 "student's" license without ever having touched ot gotten close to such machines. They get the license, should they pass an eye and written test and also they can hop on absolutely any bike, from a KX250F to a Hayabusa.
Does this somehow mean in several hundred feet. R1 they cannot reach 125 miles per hour (more than 200 km / h) on an.
Some would not, while most beginner bikes would be ridden by M1 owners in parking lots practicing. As several of those men do not make it 3 months after for the M2 riding evaluation, and this is a huge issue. Or so the issue is just a bit smaller, and even when they do, this really does not make them John McGuinness, regrettably.
We can only hope that more guys like Eric O'Neill will step up and speak in favor of more complete training, for the benefit out kids, parents, communities and insurance providers, equally.
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