Cause it's only for cars !THAT doesn't look like a Motorcycle Frankie.
Bet it's warmer there than here today.
Hi Mike!I have done a lot of motorhome driving in Europe but I am taking a 125 motorcycle with me this time (I passed my test over 40 years so no problem with the L plates) What I was wondering is there anything I need to know or carry with me when riding in Europe ?
I know I need to have the spare bulbs, hi vis jacket, triangles ets. in my motorhome but is there anything I need to have with me when I'm riding my motorbike ? Is there any site giving information on riding a motorbike in Europe showing what the laws & regulations are.
I was working in Montana, USA a few years ago, staying on a campsite doing some computer work for the owner when this baby ( her mom did the cooking so she knew me ) came asking for help. She looked about 13, took me to this massive old USA gas guzzler and said she'd locked herself out.Careful some can be 16y old !
Sorry Frankie, Only Jesting.Cause it's only for cars !
I don't think there's any "l" plate for motorbykes It's far too dangerous in our "mad drivers" jungle. They have to pass full test and get their licence straight away
When learners (car driving) get their licence they have only 6 points on it instead of 12, during 3 years. If they get their 6 points removed by making mistakes(for example ,if you forget to fasten the seat bell they remove 2 points!!),they have to pass the test all over again!oh:
I've just re-read this. I did not make it clear that this "baby" wanted to get in to drive the car, perfectly legally. Which puts French 16 YO bikers to shame.She looked about 13, took me to this massive old USA gas guzzler and said she'd locked herself out.
I looked at this baby then this car about 10 metres long and wondered if I was going mad.