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Licence Information

Age 16

COMPULSORY BASIC TRAINING

VALID FOR 2 YEARS
You can ride a 50cc moped restricted to 28mph with L Plates - No passengers, And not allowed on motorways.
Further Options

THEORY TEST

VALID FOR 2 YEARS
You must hold a valid Motorcycle Theory Test certificate before you take your Practical Category AM Moped Test

PRACTICAL TEST

2 part test
Module 1 - Off Road
Module 2 - On Road
When all the above have been passed

AM - MOPED LICENCE

You can now ride a 50cc moped restricted to 28mph. No L Plates - passengers allowed, motorway restrictions apply.

Age 17 or over

COMPULSORY BASIC TRAINING

VALID FOR 2 YEARS
If you hold a valid CBT Certificate from riding a moped - or have a full moped licence you do not have to re-take a CBT until your two years are up.
You can now ride any machine up to 125cc with L Plates - No Passengers, Not allowed on Motorways.
Further Options

THEORY TEST

VALID FOR 2 YEARS
You must hold a valid Motorcycle Theory Test certificate before you take your Practical Category A1 Motorcycle Test.

PRACTICAL TEST

2 part test
Module 1 - Off Road
Module 2 - On Road
When all the above have been passed

A1 LICENCE

You can now ride a 125cc machine for as long as you like.
No L Plates - Passengers allowed.

Age 19 Or Over

COMPULSORY BASIC TRAINING VALID FOR 2 YEARS.
You do not have to re-take CBT if you have a valid AM or A1 licence.
You can now ride any machine up to 125cc with L Plates - No Passengers, Not allowed on Motorways.
Further Options

THEORY TEST

VALID FOR 2 YEARS
If you hold a valid Motorcycle theory test certificate, or you have held a category A1 licence for more than 2 years you do not need to re-take your Theory Test.

PRACTICAL TEST

2 part test
Module 1 - Off Road
Module 2 - On Road
When all the above have been passed

A2 LICENCE

You can now ride any bike up to 35kw (47bhp).
No L Plates - Passengers allowed.
YOUR OPTIONS NOW... Keep riding a Motorcycle of up to 35kw (46.6bhp)
After 2 years or on reaching 24 years of age you can take a Full Category A Motorcycle Test to ride whatever machine you like*.
*In certain circumstances and dependant on when you passed your Motorcycle Theory Test, you may need to re-take this. Check with a training expert if in doubt.

Age 24 Or Over

COMPULSORY BASIC TRAINING VALID FOR 2 YEARS.
You do not have to re-take CBT if you have a valid AM, A1 or A2 licence.
You can now ride any machine up to 125cc with L Plates - No Passengers, Not allowed on Motorways.
Further Options

THEORY TEST

VALID FOR 2 YEARS
If you hold a valid Motorcycle Theory Test certificate, or you have held a Category A2 licence for more than 2 years you do not need to re-take your Theory Test. If you are over 24 years of age and new to motorcycling you will need to take a Motorcycle Theory Test before taking your Practical Full Category A Test.

PRACTICAL TEST

2 part test
Module 1 - Off Road
Module 2 - On Road
When all the above have been passed

A LICENCE

You can now ride any machine of your choice.
No L Plates - Passengers allowed.

Always check with your instructor to ensure you carry out the required training.

This information is offered as a guide only, always consult your instructor to ensure you have met the requirements for any test.
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Collection and delivery service for bikes of all sizes.

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MOT tests For Class 1, 2 & 3 Peds, bikes and Trikes.

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