Have been seeing quite a few riders around Melbourne last week or so displaying some very bad low speed turns and really bad U-turnd, with one dude clipping the mirror of a parked car. Another abandoned his U-Turn and mounted the curb almost taking out pedestrians, braking hard and nearly tipping the bike in front of them. Would be good to have a few mentor sessions at some coffee get togethers so get some new (and old) riders comfortable with executing slow turns and manouvers, especially in this wet weather. Things such as puddle avoidance, not exceeding lean angles over metal road plates, gravel and mud. Principals of throttle and back brake control in low speed turns, and doing the basics of figure eights!! Got my original licence from the UK, where courses and test are far more involved than here in Melbourne. As far as the test goes here, your not required to do u-turns!