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    How many learner riders can i shadow in wa.

    How many riders can i shadow at the same time in western australia.
    I am teaching a couple of guys at the moment and can't find an answer on the wa transport site, any advice appreciated.

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    I don't believe there is a set amount I believe you just need to be able to adequately keep an eye on all of them

    2 wouldn't be an issue, 1/2 a dozen maybe but that would really be up to the cops to decide if they thought you were able to adequately watch all of them
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    Wasn't a very similar question asked on here very recently?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pnork View Post
    Wasn't a very similar question asked on here very recently?
    Yep. I asked earlier this week. Taking out two learners next weekend for some ride time and pointers. Both have plenty of lessons under their belts. Just need confidence with one of them and the other to slow the f down. (Don't think she knows what the brakes are for)


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    Sounds like she'll be a good candidate for PSB.
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    brakes are for the weak.

    down shift. tip it in and slide out.
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    Thank you everyone for your kind advice.

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