Hi all. So, here's the rub: When I arrive at work in the morning, I need to cross a road and go into an underground car park. The issue I have is that the driveway that leads into the car park has a horrible dip in it when you first go onto the concrete part. So, on the road, dip down into the gutter, then sharp rise up into the driveway. The issue I'm having is one of throttle control, and was hoping to get some advice about the best way to handle this. I normally have to come to a stop before crossing the road (cars and such). So, I take off in 1st, barely get moving when I hit the dip. No matter what I try, I find that I end up rough on the throttle due to the sudden jolt in the dip. I don't have time to roll off the throttle before it, as I've only just crossed the road and don't have enough speed to get up the dip without some throttle. While on a LAMS bike, it doesn't make any difference. It's annoying, but nothing more. My issue is that when time comes to upgrade, these kinds of throttle mistakes are less forgiving. As I come across issues in my riding like this, I'm conscious of the fact that I will upgrade one day, so I work very hard to fix these issues. I'm treating my LAMS bike like training wheels I guess for these kinds of subtle issues. I can turn a street earlier and come down the road and turn left into the driveway, which isn't as bad, but I want to work this issue out as to how to negotiate this type of issue, without doing a wheelie every time I go up the driveway (as fun as that would be, I'd rather I be choosing the time and place instead of the conditions). Thoughts?