Hi all, A seperate topic regarding how different states enforces different restrictions for P Riders got me thinking... See this thread So, I started to wonder, that if someone were on a P Unrestricted (NSW) License and rode to Victoria on, say, a 1100 cc bike, would he get pulled over by the police? Similarly, say if someone were to ride to victoria on a 660cc (max allowed by NSW) on a P license, which restricts them to a speed limit of 90 in NSW, would they be allowed to ride at 100 in Victoria? Relevant Literature => Vicroads Riding Your Motor cycle When you have your motor cycle licence issued, regardless if it is full or probationary, the following restrictions apply for 12 months. They are: * you cannot ride a motor cycle with an engine capacity exceeding 260 cubic centimetres * you must not ride a motor cycle while carrying a pillion passenger (a motorcycle and sidecar is acceptable with a passenger) * if you already have a full motorcar licence, you must have a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of .00% when riding a motor cycle I remember the time when I was in Sydney in year 2k (I was still residing in Victoria then) I got pulled over by a NSW police for making a U-turn at a traffic junction. He was nice about the whole thing, and when I duly explained that we could make U Turns at junctions unless specifically signposted otherwise in victoria, he was quite happy to just do the standard checks (is this car yours? kindly breath into the straw for 5 seconds.) after I produced my Victorian license. I was just told that it's not allowed in NSW, and promptly sent on my way. I didn't even get so much as a warning letter.