Motorcycles are easy to open, don't be afraid. Hold the handlebars on both wrists, the left handle is dead, and the right hand (the throttle handle) is swung in the body to refuel. The left thumb is below, the other four fingers are in front of the clutch, the right wrist is gripping the handlebar, the right thumb is below, and the other four fingers are in front of the front brake. The left foot is stepping on the foot and stepping on the left toe is the gear lever, and the right toe is stepping into the rear brake.
When starting, first confirm that it is neutral (the green light of the instrument panel is on). Generally, the left hand presses the clutch, and the engine is started by firing. The left toe is stepped on the first gear. The right side is slowly added with a little throttle, and the left is slowly released. So the car will go up, you can increase a little oil, completely let go of the clutch, and wait for the car to go faster, you can press the clutch, release the throttle, and the left toe is stepped on the 2nd gear, so that it runs normally.
Be careful to look ahead when you first drive!
During the exam, you may have to turn to the 8 character type to start halfway. When you turn to the 8 character type, you can slowly open the 2nd car and move around. When the half slope starts, the throttle should be increased as much as possible.