I went for a bit of a practice session today. Concentrating on the things I feel most uncomfortable about. Did a few e-stops, I didnt have a single problem with stopping!!! was a buzz. Then I tried u-turns ... I took four lanes to do it, and I needed it, I go way too wide but I know a lot of that is nerves, when I first got the bike and went to practice the first time my husband had me try u-turns and I dropped the bike twice before just losing my nerve completely, so I know it's something I have to work out of my system. I did bout 20 today, no drops so I'm pretty happy bout that!!! But I read the MOST instruction from RTA before I left today and you have to do U-Turn in a space 6.1m wide. WHAT?!?!? How the hell can you do that? I'm almost starting to despair, I dont think I could even have done that on my old scooter and I never had a problem with U-Turns on the scooter Oh yeah and I video'd it, it's crappy video but I can see where I get nervous half way thru the turn and straighten a bit before pulling it right round. I tried to see where I was looking while doing the turn but it was hard to tell in the crappy video, I do know I try to make sure I'm looking in the right direction but I wonder if I kinda look at the gutter ahead of me when I'm half way thru the turn which makes me straighten, I use my clutch and brake correctly I think. I know I can work on that with a lot more practice, I just cant ever see myself doing it in 6.1m.