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  • Direct Access Motorcycle Training, DAS, Test, London, Middlesex, Herts, Hertfordshire, Wembley, UK
    licence and CBT certificate once gained For the practical test days of your course you will need to bring with you your valid motorcycle theory test pass certificate and Module 1 pass certificate once gained as well If you have the old style paper licence you will need to bring with you a valid passport The documents must be original Photocopies or scans cannot be accepted If you are supplying your own motorcycle you will need to bring your own helmet valid motorcycle insurance valid MOT certificate if your bike is more than three years old and your motorcycle will need to be taxed You will need to have full sized L plates clearly displayed on your bike both front and rear Your motorcycle must be in a good roadworthy condition How many people pass first time Our pass rate is second to none Most trainees pass their test first time with us Do I need to take time off work You will need have one of your days on a weekday for the Module 2 practical test The rest of your course can be conducted on weekends We run training courses seven days a week How long does it take This all depends on what length of course you need and whether you can do your training on weekdays or only at weekends It also depends on whether you have passed a motorcycle theory test or not For example if you are a novice rider and have not passed a theory test and can only train at weekends your Module 2 test would need to be on a weekday your course can take up to five weeks to complete If you are a very experienced rider who holds a valid CBT certificate and has passed a motorcycle theory test already we may well be able to get you through your test within two weeks Your Instructors Our courses are run by some of the most experienced instructors in the industry They are all approved by the Driving Vehicle Standards Agency and they are used to teaching people of all abilities from novice riders to very experienced riders Do I need to pass a theory test Everybody since February 2001 has to pass a motorcycle theory test Even if you have held a full car licence for many years you will still need to take and pass a motorcycle theory test The only exceptions to this rule are holders of bike licences who want to upgrade within the same category To arrange a theory test please contact the Driving Vehicle Standards Agency on 0300 200 11 22 or book online You will need to have your driving licence number from your licence and a method of payment What do the practical tests involve You need to complete two practical tests Module 1 Specified Manoeuvres approx 22 minutes At least two manoeuvres carried out at slow speed including a slalom At least two manoeuvres carried out at higher speed of which

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  • Restricted Motorcycle Licence, A1, A2, Scooter licence, London, Middlesex, Wembley, UK
    looks like it might rain as your course will continue whether it rains or not From 1st July 2011 the DVSA now insist that you are suitably attired for your test as it will not go ahead if you are not If you normally wear glasses or contact lenses you will need to bring them as you will need to be able to read a registration plate at a minimum distance of 66 feet 20 metres If you have booked to use one of our motorcycles then we will supply you with a motorcycle safety helmet You will need to bring with you everyday your UK licence and CBT certificate once gained For the practical test days of your course you will need to bring with you your valid motorcycle theory test pass certificate and Module 1 pass certificate once gained as well If you have the old style paper licence you will need to bring with you a valid passport The documents must be original Photocopies cannot be accepted If you are supplying your own motorcycle you will need to bring your own helmet valid motorcycle insurance valid road tax valid MOT certificate if your bike is more than three years old You will need to have full sized L plates clearly displayed on your bike both front and rear Your motorcycle must be in a good roadworthy condition Do I need to take time off work You will need have one of your days on a weekday for the Module 2 practical test The rest of your course can be conducted on weekends We run training courses seven days a week How many people pass first time Our pass rate is second to none Most trainees pass their test first time with us How long does it take This all depends on what length of course you need and whether you can do your training on weekdays or only at weekends It also depends on whether you have passed a motorcycle theory test or not For example if you are a novice rider and have not passed a theory test and can only train at weekends your last day would need to be a weekday your course can take up to five weeks to complete If you are a very experienced rider who holds a valid CBT certificate and has passed a motorcycle theory test already we may well be able to get you through your test within two weeks All of our training days are whole days Your Instructors Our courses are run by some of the most experienced instructors in the industry They are all approved by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency DVSA and they are used to teaching people of all abilities from novice riders to very experienced riders Do I need to pass a theory test Everybody since February 2001 has to pass a motorcycle theory test Even if you have held a full car licence for many years you will still need

    Original URL path: http://www.elitemotorcycletraining.com/a1-restricted-licence-course-london-faqs.php (2016-04-25)
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  • The Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) Motorcycle Theory Test, London, Middlesex, Herts, UK, Questions, Books, CD ROM. DVD
    with you to the test centre Your appointment letter Your UK licence If you have an old style paper licence you must take both your paper licence and a valid passport If you do not take the correct documents with you on the day you will not be able to take your test and you will lose your fee What if I do not have a UK licence If you do not hold any licence licence applications forms can be collected from larger Post Offices form D1 or ordered from DVLA the UK licensing authority via telephone on 0300 790 6801 or alternatively you can order one online by clicking here If you hold an EU licence but do not have a UK counterpart D58 2 showing provisional motorcycle entitlement under additional UK provisional entitlement then you will need to telephone DVLA on 0300 790 6801 and ask them for a D9 form If your licence is from outside the EU and you are able to swap it to a UK licence then you will need form D1 For all fee information and a wealth of other licensing information please visit the GOV uk site here or call the DVLA on 0300 790 6801 How do I book a theory test To book a motorcycle theory test you will need to contact the Driving Vehicle Standards Agency DVSA on 0300 200 11 22 or alternatively you can book online You will need to have your driving licence number from your licence and a method of payment How long does it take You need to allow about one and a half hours at the theory test centre To sit both parts of your test will take approximately one hour Your report to say how you have done will be available approximately

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  • A2 Restricted Motorcycle Licence London, FAQs Scooter licence Middlesex, Wembley, UK
    or not From 1st July 2011 the DVSA now insist that you are suitably attired for your test as it will not go ahead if you are not If you normally wear glasses or contact lenses you will need to bring them as you will need to be able to read a registration plate at a minimum distance of 66 feet 20 metres If you have booked to use one of our motorcycles then we will supply you with a motorcycle safety helmet You will need to bring with you everyday your UK licence and CBT certificate once gained For the practical test days of your course you will need to bring with you your valid motorcycle theory test pass certificate and Module 1 pass certificate once gained as well If you have the old style paper licence you will need to bring with you a valid passport The documents must be original Photocopies cannot be accepted If you are supplying your own motorcycle you will need to bring your own helmet valid motorcycle insurance valid MOT certificate if your bike is more than three years old and your motorcycle will need to be taxed You will need to have full sized L plates clearly displayed on your bike both front and rear Your motorcycle must be in a good roadworthy condition Do I need to take time off work You will need have your last half day on a weekday for the Module 2 practical test The rest of your course can be conducted on weekends We run training courses seven days a week How many people pass first time Our pass rate is second to none Most trainees pass their test first time with us How long does it take This all depends on what length of course you need and whether you can do your training on weekdays or only at weekends It also depends on whether you have passed a motorcycle theory test or not For example if you are a novice rider and have not passed a theory test and can only train at weekends your last half day would need to be on a weekday your course can take up to five weeks to complete If you are a very experienced rider who holds a valid CBT certificate and has passed a motorcycle theory test already we may well be able to get you through your test within two weeks Your Instructors Our courses are run by some of the most experienced instructors in the industry They are all approved by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency DVSA and they are used to teaching people of all abilities from novice riders to very experienced riders Do I need to pass a theory test Everybody since February 2001 has to pass a motorcycle theory test Even if you have held a full car licence for many years you will still need to take and pass a motorcycle theory test The only exceptions to this rule

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