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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 05-19-2008, 04:38 PM Thread Starter
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License Test ?

anyone think it'd be 'bad' to go to the DMV (Libertyville) to take the test with my bike? no luck gettin a loaner from the dealership (new management) and the DMV doesn't have 'em either...

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there are shops around here (schaumburg) that do loaners. the 750 will be challengine to do the riding test on an ex500, or smaller similar bike will make things a lot easier

which reminds me... i want to try the test on my 1k

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bad? no.

more difficult than some of the other options? yes.

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a 750? heck no thats easy once you know how to ride decent.

maybe put more time on a permit in? or didnt you take some MSF class i think i read?



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The one member I went up there with some weeks back passed it on a sv650 without much trouble. The tester seemed pretty cool too.

The test area is pretty flat and even too.
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You should be able to do it on yours otherwise I wouldnt even ride your bike on main streets.

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go try. Just make sure you practice first. The course is painted in the parking lot so you can practice off hours.

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You should be able to perform the skills test on the bike you plan on riding normally. Nothin' wrong with a little 'after hours' practice

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i've been on the permit for about a year, and since its nearing its' expiration, i'm gonna try the test. but i was wondering about the DMV ppl questioning why i rode there on my bike and no license... hah.. dunno if 'someone dropped it off' would work..hah.. i measured out the slalom cones dimensions today, but to the schaumburg one.. and whooptie doo, its open today.. i woulda tried today, but tomorrow is just as good. i've gotten better with balance/clutch n throttle in the past year, but i just might call the schaumburg dealership... thx for the tips!

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Some are closed on Tuesdays...

The Lombard one isn't a bad place to take the test.

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The DMV people (workers) can not ticket you themselves. Though, they can't stop the police from arriving and ticketing you.
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you can ride on a permit, how do they know if someone didnt ride there with you? just go there and take your test, find a partner to ride up there with you if you must.

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i'm gonna park it in the treeline behind the DMV and low-crawl to the front door.. hah..
yea, imma just go early-ass in the a.m.
ran into some local cops there when the DMV was closed and i had NO license... hah... talked about iraq, etc.. good times.. hah

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i'm gonna park it in the treeline behind the DMV and low-crawl to the front door.. hah..
yea, imma just go early-ass in the a.m.
ran into some local cops there when the DMV was closed and i had NO license... hah... talked about iraq, etc.. good times.. hah
If you're planning on doing it at the Schaumburg DMV there are quite a few people on this board who work close. I'm personally within walking distance of the DMV and would be happy to come over if you need a witness as to how you got the bike there.
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If you are questioning at this stage your ability to pass DMV test. I would say stay away from DMV. If you fail, you will have no other option to go back to the same DMV to take a test. There will be no save from passing MSF, there will be no save by going to other DMV.

If you do get caught going to another your DL will be suspended.

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melrose park is where i took the test. two cool older
dudes gave the test. i saw a guy with a blinged out
gixxer fail on the second obsticle. it could be near
impossible on the wrong bike. i will have to disagree
with taking the test on the bike you intend to ride
on the streets. let me explain; first off, i'm no ron hix
or wink but i think im ok for my years of street riding and i think if i took that test on my gixxer i would have failed too. i took it on
my drz. perfect bike to take the test on. passed no problems
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IMO, all the dmv tests you for is your ability to maneuver around in a parking lot. How this tests your street riding ability is beyond me. Probably shouldn't be surprised by this... We are in IL after all. I guess if you show you're somewhat proficient in handling the bike they assume you'll be ok on the street.

Just go to the dmv before or after hours and keep practicing until you get it. Always keep looking ahead, feather the clutch, etc.
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nah, i'm not unconfident in being able to maneuver MY bike, when i was WAY green (like less than triple digit odometer) i had a prob. with just the slalom and of course the u-turn box.
on my visit today (with measuring tape and paper) i thought to myself that i shouldn't have a prob with it... bUt... shyt happens, and there's still that feeling of 'imma go down there 4 nuthin,' but not too worried..
MSF is good stuff, don't get me wrong, but i don't wanna pay for all that just to take the test thru them.. i'm fine w/ doin the DMV and (hopefully not) am aware that i'd hafta re-test there... (didn't know before CLSB tho)
hah... slow speed-navigating thru school parking lots and traffic 4 the past year is how i learned to play with throttle/clutch control..

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i'm gonna park it in the treeline behind the DMV and low-crawl to the front door.. hah..
yea, imma just go early-ass in the a.m.
ran into some local cops there when the DMV was closed and i had NO license... hah... talked about iraq, etc.. good times.. hah
im within spitting distance of the dmv in schaumburg as well and would be willing to go there with ya/ go there to practice the test

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nah, i'm not unconfident in being able to maneuver MY bike, when i was WAY green (like less than triple digit odometer) i had a prob. with just the slalom and of course the u-turn box.
on my visit today (with measuring tape and paper) i thought to myself that i shouldn't have a prob with it... bUt... shyt happens, and there's still that feeling of 'imma go down there 4 nuthin,' but not too worried..
MSF is good stuff, don't get me wrong, but i don't wanna pay for all that just to take the test thru them.. i'm fine w/ doin the DMV and (hopefully not) am aware that i'd hafta re-test there... (didn't know before CLSB tho)
hah... slow speed-navigating thru school parking lots and traffic 4 the past year is how i learned to play with throttle/clutch control..
its free if you walk on to an msf class. of course at the end of the class you have the option to donate but its not expensive by any means.

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walk on?! heh?
saw one in that ran one outta some h.s. lot and the Mall lot in VHills...
wasn't free tho... those were the prices i thought were unreasonable for what i needed... hah.. like 350 for a whole course, 150 for the license test-prep..

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walk on?! heh?
saw one in that ran one outta some h.s. lot and the Mall lot in VHills...
wasn't free tho... those were the prices i thought were unreasonable for what i needed... hah.. like 350 for a whole course, 150 for the license test-prep..
man, haven't you been paying attention with all other talk about MSF?????

It is FREEEEEE, nada, zilch, besplatno, zero. We even thannk you for coming? What you saw at the mall is not MSF. It is a guy that used to work for MSF then opened his own school and let's just leave it at that.

Even if you register, youc an still get your 20 back if you think we did not provide enough entertainment

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walk on?! heh?
saw one in that ran one outta some h.s. lot and the Mall lot in VHills...
wasn't free tho... those were the prices i thought were unreasonable for what i needed... hah.. like 350 for a whole course, 150 for the license test-prep..
man, haven't you been paying attention with all other talk about MSF?????

It is FREEEEEE, nada, zilch, besplatno, zero. We even thannk you for coming? What you saw at the mall is not MSF. It is a guy that used to work for MSF then opened his own school and let's just leave it at that.

Even if you register, youc an still get your 20 back if you think we did not provide enough entertainment

Get your ass to class this weekend.

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man, haven't you been paying attention with all other talk about MSF?????...Get your ass to class this weekend.
point the direction.. my phone has Nav/GPS.. hah..
actually, i googled "MSF walk-on" and whaddaya know, a thread from here from you.. are u still an instructor? i think my skills can save my bike and/or any containers...

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I should have known, you are a Marine..
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it is a long weekend and people do not want to study. Go to CLC or GTL. At GTL you will be at home. go there.

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Echo, MSF classes are at CLC. That's where I took the class at and did a walk-in.

On friday just walk in to the MSF class and see if there's any room.

Or if you decide to take the DMV test let me know, i'll ride with you since I have a license.

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Just do the MSF, its free, you are bound to learn something new, and you get a card upon passing that you can take to the DMV, and have them add the M class to your license, no written test no riding test- you will have already done all that stuff in the MSF class. Doooo it.

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yea, i opted to just renew my temp 2day and wait 4 the weekend 4 a walk-on.. thanks for all the advice... MSF, slalom, etc.. its all news 2 me.. hah.

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