This 2-hour course is for MOST Re-Test or International Licence Conversion and includes a practise session specifically designed to improve your bike handling skills in preparation for passing the NSW Motorcycle Operator Skills Test (MOST).
In the first hour of the test you will go through a practise session, and finish off with the test component.
At just $199 (including motorbike hire if required, helmet & gloves) this course will give you the best chance of passing your MOST.
If you are unsure of your eligibility for this course, please ring the HART office on (02) 9391 5110
How the tests work
The MOST consists of 8 test segments, all of which are not dangerous or difficult for skilled riders.
When you’re on the test course, you will be given specific instructions for each test. Points are accrued for errors, such as touching painted lines, putting your foot down on the ground during an activity, hitting cones, stalling the engine of your motorcycle or failing to conduct a head check before moving away.
To pass, you need to score 8 points or less and you must complete all the test segments.
On the day
You will need to attend the HART Training Centre at St Ives. Please arrive 20 minutes prior to the allocated start time to complete course paperwork and sign-in.
You’ll need to provide a suitable motorcycle for the test, which must be registered and roadworthy. In addition, skin coverage clothing, enclosed shoes or boots, gloves, eye-protection and an Australian Standard AS1698, or ECE22.05 approved motorcycle helmet must be worn.
Cancelling or changing bookings
Five working days’ notice is required to change all bookings, and a 10% administration fee will apply with no refunds available for the following situations
Lateness in attending the course
Proof of identity issues
Delays caused by traffic or motor vehicle incidents
Bad weather conditions
Failure to attend your course or remedial lesson
Incorrect attire (long pants, long sleeves & closed in shoes required)
What to bring
Photo proof of your identity
You must wear full skin coverage clothing. No shorts, three-quarter pants, torn or ripped jeans, or short sleeved shirts will be allowed
You should wear jeans, or other full-length sturdy pants
Boots or sturdy shoes and your ankles must be covered
A sturdy long sleeved shirt or jacket. Consider the weather conditions, as a thick jacket may not be suitable on a hot day
A hat and sunglasses or eye protection
In the case of wet weather, please bring wet weather gear