To exercise your privileges to fly as pilot in command, you need to complete a FLIGHT REVIEW every 24 calendar months. They used to be called BFRs, or "biennial flight reviews," by the FAA. However, they removed the word "biennial", because they want to encourage pilots to train with a CFI more often than once every 2 years, which is a good idea for any GA pilot.
Flight reviews are an easy, low-cost way for the FAA to ensure pilots maintain a safe level of currency and proficiency. They're not "pass or fail", and they can be conducted by any current flight instructor. Flight Reviews serve as a good way to brush-up on skills, maneuvers, and procedures that you don't use in your normal day-to-day flying.
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