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I have passed my motorcycle exam (my experience)

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Following the useful post by donpiedro about their moto exam and muffin about their car driving exam, I figured it might be helpful to share my experience with my motorcycle exam A limited.
It's gonna be a long post, but I'll split it in a few parts so you get a better feeling of the process.
I was searching for this kind of info before my exam because I was stressing out not knowing the exact steps. I hope this is considered useful.

Part 1: CONTEXT (or how well prepared was I?)

I had the student license for ~6 months, during which I'd go for occasional rides in my area. This period included the coronavirus confinement so there were weeks/months when I didn't touch the motorbike.

Since I already had my B category license, I only needed the grundkurs to be able to pass the exam for A category.
I took 12h with an instructor, split into 3 courses. As I was approaching the exam I took 3 more private courses of 50 min each (split across a few weeks) to improve my driving with a passenger, work on my weaknesses and test for the exam.

On top of that, about 2 months before the exam I started doing trips more regularly in my city and around the Strassenvehrkersamt in Steinhausen (Zug canton). I'd go out at least every other day, during high traffic, so I'd get used with uncomfortable situations (for beginners).

A few days before the exam I had the 3rd private course with the teacher. I generally did poorly during trips with the teacher because of stress and his general attitude focusing only on things to improve (never saying what I did well). He did not feel very confident that I'd pass (correctly so - I was not driving very well with him). I was not feeling very confident I'd pass either (because I focused on my errors, would stress out a bit more than needed and would be influenced a lot by my teacher's reactions).
In contrast, the other students who were seeing me practice at the field thought I'd pass the exam without a problem.

A few weeks before the exam, I'd go to the Strassenvehrkersamt to practice the 8, slalom and slow driving at least 30 min/day.

For the entire weekend preceding the exam I exercised for hours and hours the 8, slalom, slow driving, emergency stop and hill start (with a passenger) + normal traffic. I did not get to explore all the areas around the driving center as my teacher rightly advised me to do.


Part 2: The exam from my point of view

I arrived at the exam center 30 min before the exam. I warmed up with the 8, slalom and slow driving, then waited for the examiner to arrive outside 5 min before the start.
Stupid note: I was scared of the .... size of the examiner (had seen some very sturdy gentlemen there) since my bike is very small and I felt less confident with a passenger (to the point of feeling unbalanced and putting my right foot on the ground).

I kindly asked if we could speak English - but he said only High German. I understand some German, but very limited. Throughout the exam he mentioned the direction (e.g. richtig Zurich) or he'd say left, right or straight in German. It was easy to understand.

He was very nice and explained (even with signs) what I had to do. He always checked I understood what he said. He gave me a device with an earphone tied to an elastic so I could strap it around me (no need to put a walkie talkie in the pocket)

We checked the technical parts of the bike -> lights, honk, breaks.
He jumped on and I drove the few meters to the exercises field.

He asked I do the slalom 1 time and the 8 for 2 or 3 times. I did so, but I put my foot on the ground for one of the 8. He then asked me to do the slow driving (probably to compensate for my mistake). He did not time me to the point as I had seen everyone do during the preparation phase. (I'd usually do the 15m in about 20s but my teacher was asking to do it even slower).

He told me to stop after the exercises and explained what came next -> driving around the building for the hill start and emergency stop.
We stopped before the track behind the building so he'd explain every step in detail.
We then did the hill start on a steep ramp. Drove around and dropped him off where he'd watch me during the emergency stop. He explained what he expected to see, asked if the bike had ABS and made a remark about the pavement being new (so to be careful when stopping)
I turned around in his direction, reached around 50kmh (no exact GPS to track), he did the sign and I stopped.


He asked me if it felt ok and then explained we'd go in the traffic. We left the exam center, drove on a few roads with 60/80 kmh speed limits (quite isolated with limited traffic), went on the highway, then to Baar (and its 50/30 kmh streets near the train station) and back.
All in all the exam was ~45-50 min of which ~30-35 minutes in traffic. All indications he gave were clear, as he spoke slowly and sometimes even point to the directions I had to follow.

I think I did well overall, better than in all my courses with the teacher.

My strong points were:
- slow driving + slalom
- good positioning on the road
- attention to what's going on in traffic (to the point of predicting when a pedestrian wanted to pass, even if he was looking down without checking for any cars coming before getting on the street)
- generally careful with the signs showing the transition from 50kmh to 60 / 80kmh (with exceptions)
- roundabouts - arriving slowly, scanning the situation

My not-so-good points

- foot on the ground on one of the 8
- noisy/shaky start on the hill start
- sometimes shaky changes of gears (the helmets would sometimes bump into each other)
- one wrong evaluation of the speed limit (riding at 50kmh in a 80kmh)
- put the bike on Neutral twice

Part 3: The exam from the examiner's point of view (that I could notice)

Arriving in front of the Strassenvehrkersamt, he asked for my student driver's license and vehicle card. He then started explaining the steps of the exam.

Top priority: Explaining what I had to do calmly and slowly + confirming that I understood.

Every exercise was clearly explained.
Before every ride he'd ask if I had questions and then if I was ready for him to get on the bike. I'd answer in English and he'd confirm and sometimes say in English (2-3 words) what he meant.

After every exercise he asked me how it felt.

During the riding he'd limit the interaction to indications for directions, clearly stated twice in German.

Once he had to point out that I was not driving at the correct speed.

After the exam was over he first said I had passed, followed by feedback on what to improve and what went well (unfortunately I didn't understand all the details, but only the gist). When I didn't understand completely, he made even a drawing.

He asked for my driver's licenses. The student license was returned to me with the approval stamp that I had passed the exam. The permanent driver's license was sent via post with the updated A category on it.

Conclusion

All in all it was a great experience for which I had worried more than necessary.
The people at the driving authority were efficient, kind and understanding.

The exam was an overall evaluation of my skills, with errors allowed. It was not the type of black/white situation where not making everything perfect would mean failure, as I was expecting.
The examiner took into account not just my preparation but also the motorbike's performance (e.g. on the highway I did not reach 130kmh because my bike is not made for those kinds of speeds. I just showed that I knew when the limitation changed and did not block the traffic).

He also did not track exactly my time or speed as I thought (for some exercises requiring so).
As a friend correctly pointed out - don't forget that they are also human, not robots.

Hope this helps at least one person on this forum and gives you some courage that it will all work out fine as long as you prepare beforehand.

Good luck!
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Re: I have passed my motorcycle exam (my experience)

Thanks a lot for sharing!

In canton BS the exam is split into two parts - 1 day manouvers, later 1 day riding with a passenger/examiner.

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It's good that you didn't, otherwise you would probably get a fail and possibly a fine.
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Hill start ?

My GF is planning to start the restricted (35kW) license next year on a Honda NC750SD. As she does not want anything to do with a clutch, she wants this bike which has a DCT automatic / flappy paddle gearbox.

Since the bike has no manual clutch, would this automatically fail her on the hill start ?
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Re: I have passed my motorcycle exam (my experience)

Congratulations to you mayaherge.

Let's just say, I didn't do all the good stuff you mentioned and my learner licence will expire without me taking the exam... sadly I lost interest during the year for various reasons

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Hill start ?

My GF is planning to start the restricted (35kW) license next year on a Honda NC750SD. As she does not want anything to do with a clutch, she wants this bike which has a DCT automatic / flappy paddle gearbox.

Since the bike has no manual clutch, would this automatically fail her on the hill start ?
The DCT is perfectly valid on the test, in fact I was considering buying one, but decided to go for the manual version just to learn the skill and also in case it made slow manouvres easier to control (I don't know if it does or not, but that was my thinking).

So, in case you decide against the DCT... I have a nice (very) low mileage NC750S available at a good price (not yet advertised)
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Unfortunately no, she wants the dct version. My main bike is the NC750XD, the DCT makes a world of difference I find. It makes it such a nice relaxing touringbike. I can recommend anyone to try out a Honda with the DCT !

The DCT is excellent for slow manouvres... somehow the pickup is very smooth, the whole thing is so much better than the DCT's in VW cars...
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Thanks a lot for sharing!

In canton BS the exam is split into two parts - 1 day manouvers, later 1 day riding with a passenger/examiner.


It's good that you didn't, otherwise you would probably get a fail and possibly a fine.
Hahaha! Oops! I should learn how to write correctly - my mistake


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Hill start ?

My GF is planning to start the restricted (35kW) license next year on a Honda NC750SD. As she does not want anything to do with a clutch, she wants this bike which has a DCT automatic / flappy paddle gearbox.

Since the bike has no manual clutch, would this automatically fail her on the hill start ?

Regarding the exercises -> that's what was required in Zug. Hill start was needed. Maybe in other cantons is different..(?)
But even the other exercises (like slow driving for example) require this constant play between the clutch and gas for manual bikes. It's a bit hard to escape the clutch

BasP72, my assumption is that if you pass the exam with that type of motorbike your license would mention an extra code, saying that you did not use the manual (just like for cars), thus being limited on the types of motorbikes you can drive after. But that's just an assumption that should be verified.

And I can understand why you'd feel demotivated...But you can always get back to it!

Just keep in mind that as of 1.1.2021 the legislation will change and in order to get the license for bikes over 35kW, you'll need to first pass the exam for <35kW, drive for 2 years and then pass the exam again for >35kW.

(Right now if you are over 25 and pass your exam for <35kW, after 2 years you get a "free upgrade" so you could also ride more powerful bikes.)

See more about this change here

Happy that sharing my experience helped a bit!
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Re: I have passed my motorcycle exam (my experience)

It not me, Ive had a full bike license since 1990... its for my girlfriend... knowing her its better that she first has a restricted license

The thing with being only licenced for automatic vehicles was abolished recently, also for cars...
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BasP72, my assumption is that if you pass the exam with that type of motorbike your license would mention an extra code, saying that you did not use the manual (just like for cars), thus being limited on the types of motorbikes you can drive after. But that's just an assumption that should be verified.
They abolished the code for car drivers and there was never such a code for motorcycle drivers. It was a bad joke anyway as foreign drivers which swapped their license never got the code.

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Just keep in mind that as of 1.1.2021 the legislation will change and in order to get the license for bikes over 35kW, you'll need to first pass the exam for ≤35kW, drive for 2 years and then pass the exam again for >35kW.

Right now if you pass your exam for ≤35kW, after 2 years you get a "free upgrade" so you can also ride more powerful bikes. (Applies to all which got their learners permit before 1.1.2021).
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Also if you are 25 years or older you can currently do the >35 kW exam directly. Last time buy to get such a learners permit is: 31.12.2020 ! Be aware that you must do the basic motorcycle training within 4 months of acquiring your learners permit. Otherwise it will become void.

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Fixed a few thing
Did you do it correctly?

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Isn't this 1.1.2021?
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Isn't this 1.1.2021?
No I didn't do it correctly. You are right- Fixed the fixes.
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They abolished the code for car drivers and there was never such a code for motorcycle drivers. It was a bad joke anyway as foreign drivers which swapped their license never got the code.


Fixed a few thing

Also if you are 25 years or older you can currently do the >35 kW exam directly. Last time buy to get such a learners permit is: 31.12.2020 ! Be aware that you must do the basic motorcycle training within 4 months of acquiring your learners permit. Otherwise it will become void.
First, thank you for sharing your experience. I found it helpful and what to expect. Seems it is more in-depth than I had imagined.

I wanted to ask, do they have testers in Vaud that speak English? I just moved to Switzerland and i am learning French but just the basic phrases right now. If I wanted to take the exam, am I able to request for an english tester or am I doomed?

Also, I am still waiting to receive my registration ID. It might take 2-3 weeks since I was in quarantine for the first 2 weeks and just got out yesterday. By the time I receive my ID, I will go in to switch my US license for the Swiss license. I do not have a motorcycle US license and we are looking at end of October for that which might get be cold to take training lessons for motorcycle. Can I apply for an unrestricted 35kW permit end of December, and take the exam in March or April of 2021? Or will the new rules apply no matter what? I am possibly looking at the NC750X which is rated for 40kW hence I want to get the unrestricted license.

1 last question, I see motorcycle parking all over Lausanne city does that mean it is free parking? I usually don't see a meter to put money in. And what do you guys do in the winter to store your motorcycle?
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Maybe in other cantons is different..(?)

here is a good summary by canton:
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And what do you guys do in the winter to store your motorcycle?

garages have a service called "winterung" which costs 30-40 CHF a month to keep your bike dry and warm during the winter.

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Can I apply for an unrestricted 35kW permit end of December, and take the exam in March or April of 2021? Or will the new rules apply no matter what? I am possibly looking at the NC750X which is rated for 40kW hence I want to get the unrestricted license.
If you have an unrestricted learners permit and you did the mandatory basic motorcycle training you can also do the unrestricted exam and you will get the unrestricted motorcycle license if you pass the test.

You can get a unrestricted learners permit up till December 31 2020. Be aware about christmas /new years closing, better to apply for the learners permit before this final date.

You must do the basic motorcycle training within 4 month or the learners permit will become void. Once you did the basic motorcycle training the learner permit will be extended by 12 month. You have three attempts for the practical exam.

Doing and specially passing the exam after just three or four months is quite a feast, but not impossible.
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And what do you guys do in the winter to store your motorcycle?
Why store it, ride it?
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garages have a service called "winterung" which costs 30-40 CHF a month to keep your bike dry and warm during the winter.
I will look into this, thank you! Didn't know it was that cheap, I looked at outside dedicated parking and it was 100chf+ but I want indoor for the bike.
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I will look into this, thank you! Didn't know it was that cheap, I looked at outside dedicated parking and it was 100chf+ but I want indoor for the bike.
I mean....my bike was so small that I had in the basement (ground floor of my building) for a few months during winter
I will try to do the same this year
The benefits of having a small bike!

Thanks to everyone who contributed with extra info/corrections/clarifications to my original post!
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If you have an unrestricted learners permit and you did the mandatory basic motorcycle training you can also do the unrestricted exam and you will get the unrestricted motorcycle license if you pass the test.

You can get a unrestricted learners permit up till December 31 2020. Be aware about christmas /new years closing, better to apply for the learners permit before this final date.

You must do the basic motorcycle training within 4 month or the learners permit will become void. Once you did the basic motorcycle training the learner permit will be extended by 12 month. You have three attempts for the practical exam.

Doing and specially passing the exam after just three or four months is quite a feast, but not impossible.
Ah thank you for that. I plan on getting the license then towards end of Dec which will give me 4 months but basically I will wait until March to take the 12 classes for unrestricted A permit.
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Why store it, ride it?
Gets too cold, hard to ride out.
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I will look into this, thank you! Didn't know it was that cheap, I looked at outside dedicated parking and it was 100chf+ but I want indoor for the bike.

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