Learning to drive a scooty or a bike (two-wheeler) involves the following steps:
1. Get a learner’s license: Before you start learning to drive, you need to obtain a learner’s license from the Regional Transport Office (RTO) in your area.
2. Find a trainer: Look for a professional trainer who can teach you the basics of driving a two-wheeler. You can also ask a friend or family member who is an experienced rider to help you.
3. Familiarize yourself with the vehicle: Before you start riding, make sure you are familiar with the parts of the vehicle, such as the brakes, accelerator, clutch, and gears.
4. Practice in a safe area: Start by practicing in a safe and open area, such as an empty parking lot or a quiet street. This will help you get comfortable with the vehicle and build your confidence.
5. Learn to balance: Balancing is an important skill while riding a two-wheeler. Practice balancing the vehicle by keeping your feet on the ground and slowly moving forward.
6. Learn to change gears: Once you are comfortable with balancing the vehicle, learn to change gears. Start with lower gears and gradually move to higher gears.
7. Follow traffic rules: Always follow traffic rules and wear a helmet while riding. Remember to keep a safe distance from other vehicles on the road.
8. Practice regularly: Practice regularly to improve your skills and become a confident rider.
Remember, learning to ride a two-wheeler takes time and patience. Be patient and don’t give up, and soon you’ll be riding like a pro!