The Level Two road test deals with advanced knowledge and skills that are generally gained with driving experience.

When you take the test, the examiner will follow you in another vehicle and talk to you by radio through a disposable earphone. The examiner will give you directions. As you complete the driving tasks, the examiner will watch to make sure you successfully perform the actions associated with them.

To help prepare for the Level Two road test, this chapter tells you the various tasks and actions that you will be expected to perform.

Limited-speed motorcycles and mopeds

If your vehicle is capable of maintaining the posted speed limit of the road, you should use the proper tire-track position. However, if your vehicle cannot maintain the posted speed limit, you may drive as close as safely possible to the right-hand curb or edge of the roadway. You must allow faster vehicles to pass you when it is safe to do so. Where it is dangerous to drive too closely to the curb or edge of the roadway due to grates or other hazards, or if the lane is too narrow to safely allow vehicles to pass you, you may use a blocking position in the lane so that no one can pass you.