Well i guess it was a matter of time.
Got done for 37 in a 30 mobile wanka van. I guess i should really get my spedo fixed.
I guess i will be riding like it was my test for the next couple of weeks, this sucks.
messed up my insurance, and more annoying, there crap all i can do about it.
ride safe peeps.
A sad Ozzy.
are you still under the 6 point probation then?
bad luck btw
yea this is my first 3 points.
As far as i'm aware i'm not in a probation period, as i have been driving for 7 years, but only had the bike for almost 1 year.
well dont worry about it then, 3 points does not make for a bad summer mate
i have had 11 points on mine on 2 occasions in the past, that is when your bum starts to twitch a bit
haha, i bet. I think i would just hide if it were me.
but that is because i know whatever vehicle i drive / ride, i always seems to pick the one with a digital throttle, its either ON or OFF.
To get the speed awarness course you have to be clocked at 35 or under in a 30, 45 or under in a 40 etc etc.
bad luck but slow down you're giving us all a bad name!
Huw wrote (see)
Not in A&S. To get on a reprogramming session the criteria is between 36 and 40 in a 30 limit. They don't bother with those doing 35 and under.... IIRC it's points for any higher speed or any other speed limit.
To get the speed awarness course you have to be clocked at 35 or under in a 30, 45 or under in a 40 etc etc.bad luck but slow down you're giving us all a bad name!
Not so. Mrs Orb(s) got gatsoed at 48 in a 40 a couple of months ago and got the speed awareness course. (Greater Manchester jurisdiction, which may or may not be relevant)
Your a very naughty boy!
I got done 85 in a 60 (bike) no difference to my insurance at all.
Before that 31 in a 30, (car) speed awarness course, which cost 60 quid.
Here is an interesting one: As a rider who has just passed his test he can only have 6 penalty points on his bike licence, not 12. If Ozzy gets another 3 points then he will be at 6 points which could mean he loses his licence and has to take a re-test. Now car and bike licences are not separated so if you lose one you'll lose the other and have to take re-tests for both. But on the car part of the licence he was allowed to have 12 points.
Question: can he lose his bike licence but keep the car licence? Or is he going to lose both? Or is he going to lose neither because he has allowance for 12 points?
Mansie125 wrote (see)
Here is an interesting one: As a rider who has just passed his test he can only have 6 penalty points on his bike licence, not 12.
Not sure if I understand what you mean Brutto, in one sentence you say keep in a low gear to help keep speed down but in another you say that being in a low gear encourages people to speed?
If Ozzy is in Scotland then he can do the (tried and tested ) method of returning the nip unsigned.
Huw, 31 in a 30???? Thats nuts. I cannot believe that people are being sent on speed awareness courses for that. Crazy!!
Sorry I was quoting the criteria for North Wales, assumed it to be nationwide.
North Wales! I'd have thought that in Brunstrom's Kingdom you would have been disembowelled and flogged for even the smallest infraction.
How long do the points last for?
Is it 3 years? or more than that?
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