So I've been spending 2-3 days out of every week for the past month or so doing slow speed practices. Anyways I remember reading that the U-Turn section of the MOST test is 6.1 metres wide. I was also told that its best to practice doing a u-turn within 2 parking spaces. When I was told this was the width of 2 spaces I assumed this must be the same as the 6.1 metres (I've never measured). Thinking this was the standard I've tried and tried and I've failed to complete the full u-turn every single time.. I'm confident I was definitely improving considering I had started off working with 3 parking spaces until I'd reached this plateau, where my U-turn's just won't get any tighter. Anyways on Monday night whilst out practicing I decided to get off and walk the bike on full lock to see exactly what the u-turn would look and feel like. I approached the box like normal and began the turn as you would, except this time on full-lock. As I approached the opposite wall I realized I wasn't going to make it within the 2 parking spaces. I continued until I completed the u-turn fully and found I was about 30-50cm out past the line. I'm just wondering now if the box used at the MOST test is 2 spaces then how would it be possible for me to ride such a tight turn considering my bike won't even make it on full lock whilst being walked? I'm just thinking something must be wrong with the advice I've been given. Any comments and advise would be appreciated. I ride a YZF-R125, I've heard sport bike turns are tight but is it even possible to pass on this bike if the width is 2 parking spaces?