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taking the course was essential to my learning

though i knew how to ride prior - it really taught me alot of road skills and safety precautions and techniques.
 

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taking the course was essential to my learning

though i knew how to ride prior - it really taught me alot of road skills and safety precautions and techniques.
Everyone I spoke to that did the same thing said the same thing in the end. Even guys with years of experience.
 

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Even a old dog can learn new tricks lol. I think riding always has something new to learn because everything you do has an effect on the ride and human emotion always get in the way of riding.
 

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Even a old dog can learn new tricks lol. I think riding always has something new to learn because everything you do has an effect on the ride and human emotion always get in the way of riding.
That is true.
Fortunately we wont have to worry as much long into the future with self driving cars that speak to eachother, at least then things will be more predictable.
Something that could eventually be brought up in courses.
 

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That is true.
Fortunately we wont have to worry as much long into the future with self driving cars that speak to eachother, at least then things will be more predictable.
Something that could eventually be brought up in courses.
I didn't even think about that lol. That would make it better for riders.
 

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i dont really think the discussion of self driving cars is even valid

we are so far away from having self driving cars replace all the cars on the road
 
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