Turns were fine; very stable. A main reason the road is restricted is because it's narrow and has lots of twists & turns as it follows the creek. So I got lots of practice. And, yes, I did have several 90 degree turns.chuck807 said:How were the turns? Did you do any 90 degree turns?
Good move! Just remember to treat EVERY intersection (including driveways, exits from parking lots, etc) that same way - not just the "notorious" ones. Just back off the throttle a little, cover the brakes and "anticipate the worst". As you know from driving your car, a lot of drivers don't stop for signs or traffic lights or care about who has the right-of-way.Analytical said:I even got to practice not-quite-panic-but-quicker-than-I'd-like braking when an idiot started to pull out in front of me at a stop sign. The intersection is notorious for that, so I always anticipate the worst.