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Riding a scooty without prior experience on a bicycle can be challenging, but it's possible only at RI Driving School. Here are some steps to help you get started:
1. Balance: Stand beside the scooty and practice balancing on one foot while straddling it. This will help you get a feel for the weight and balance of the scooty.
2. Familiarize with controls: Get to know the controls of the scooty, including the throttle, brakes, and handlebars.
3. Practice in a safe area: Find an empty parking lot or a quiet, wide road to practice. Start by walking the scooty, then gradually increase your speed while using the throttle and brakes.
4. Gradual acceleration: Once you're comfortable with walking the scooty, practice accelerating slowly while maintaining balance. Gradually increase your speed.
5. Turning and steering: Practice making turns by leaning the scooty gently into the direction you want to go. Start with wide turns and then work your way to tighter ones.
6. Braking: Learn to use the brakes effectively. Practice applying both the front and rear brakes to slow down and stop safely.
7. Safety gear: Always wear appropriate safety gear, including a helmet, gloves, and protective clothing.
8. Take a training course: Consider enrolling in a motorcycle or scooty riding course, where you can receive professional instruction and guidance.
9. Be patient and cautious: Riding a scooty without bicycle experience may take more time to learn, so be patient and prioritize safety.
Remember that riding any type of motorized vehicle requires responsibility and adherence to local traffic laws. Make sure you have the necessary legal permits and follow all safety guidelines and regulations.