Rocketing fuel prices, taxation on cars and difficulties and expense of parking could encourage people to use bikes, not necessarily instead of the car but in place of one for commuting and short trips. Motorcycling could become a serious transport option.
If the two wheeler makes that comeback now is the time to take the test. The Motorcycle Industry Association is campaigning for people to take their test ahead of changes to be made later this year. From October the number of motorcycle test stations will be reduced from 200 to approximately 60. The test will become more expensive and more complex. A maneuvering test which will include a slalom, figure of eight, hazard avoidance and cornering will be added.