Effective use of the front brake is the subject of a great deal of scrutiny during the test. Ideally it ought to be applied before the rear brake during normal braking, and should be used with more bias than the rear brake. People who do not use the front brake at all, or only rarely, may not necessarily get a fault, however their ability to stop normally will be seriously compromised and this will be a fault. Remember - don't use the front brake during slow control or when turning as this is a sure way of dropping the motorcycle. As a rule of thumb you should use the front brake in a straight line when the motorcycle is fully upright.