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Moped License UK

Moped License UK

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Are you thinking about getting into moped riding? Then you are making a very wise decision. No longer do you need to feel as if you have to drive a car; with our help at Direct Bikes, you don’t need to. Cars are no longer the only option that we have for affordable personal transport. For many Britons, actually, riding a moped is much more intelligent and suitable to the lifestyle that you lead. The only problem that you probably have when getting into riding is ensuring you have the right license. So, which moped license UK do you need for certain kinds of moped? Starting out at the basics We recommend that if you do wish to get a UK moped license then you look to get your Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) finished ASAP. Your CBT is essential to making sure you can pick up the right kind of license. Without a CBT, you would find it nigh-impossible to be allowed to take on a more significant riding license. For example, if you wish to get into riding then you need to show a level of competency before you can start riding. With that being the case, we recommend that you look to get a CBT test booked in. They cost around £100, and you could complete your CBT in a short space of time. This would mean that you could then think about getting your other licenses as time goes on. The CBT, though, is not optional for most riders. When do I not need to sit my CBT? The only instance that we know of when you don’t need a CBT is if you have your full driving license. However, you need to have passed your full driving license before the 1st February 2001. If you did this, then you could go and buy a 50cc moped scooter from our store. You could then start riding this without your L plates on and at the maximum speed of 30mph. You would have to sit your CBT, though, if you have your full driving license and passed any time after the date above. Even if you wanted to ride a 125cc scooter, though, you would need to sit your CBT regardless. Given the lessons that you can get on your CBT exam are invaluable to learning, we recommend you sit your CBT as soon as you can. Getting the right license Next up, you should look to get your provisional driving license. If you already have your full driving license for a motorbike and/or a provisional for your car, you don’t need a new one. However, you should consider going for your provisional ASAP as it’s a vital part of going for a future license. You might even need to hold your provisional and your CBT for a set period of time before you can take on the next license up. Given that you need to be the age of 16 to get your provisional, we recommend getting it all arranged ASAP. You can do the whole arrangement process via the DVLA; it’s quick, easy, and simple. You can do it online and offline, too. Online is cheaper and quicker, and usually means that you will get your provisional license sent out ASAP. What do I need for a full riding experience? If you run a 50cc moped and you want to get the most out of it, then you need to go and get your AM license. Out of all the various forms of full moped license UK riders can own, this is the earliest. You can apply for your full AM license once you have your CBT and your provisional, and you are aged 16+. This will mean sitting a practical and a theoretical test, both of which you must pass. If you can pass them, then you will get your full AM license. This means that you could drive at top speeds of 30mph, take off your L plates, and pick up a pillion passenger. At Direct Bikes, we recommend anyone looking to settle and stay on a 50cc moped goes for their full AM license as soon as they can. What about riding a 125cc? What moped license UK do I need then? To ride a 125cc scooter, you need only your CBT and your provisional. You also need to be aged 17+. However, you will be capped at a speed limit and you won’t be allowed to ride on the motorway, carry a passenger, or take off your L plates. If you want to do that, then you have to go for what is known as your A1 license. Your A1 is a key part of learning andwould mean you could take your 125cc to its limit. This means 60mph top speeds, going on motorways, carrying passengers, and removing those L plates. If you wish to for this test, then you can do so if you are aged 17-19. Anyone aged 19+ could go for their A2, which entitles you to even more powerful vehicles than a 125cc scooter. Riding a Direct Bikes scooter with the correct license We know that licensing can seem confusing, and we hope this article has helped you in some capacity. If you are still unsure, though, then we recommend that you look at contacting us for more details. We can look through the license(s) that you do hold, and let you know what kind of rules you would need to follow. We highly recommend that anyone even slightly unsure about riding a moped gets in contactwith us today. By going through the information that you have and need, we can make sure you know what you require to ride. This will ensure that you can plan out the whole experience much easier. On top of that, it will ensure that you can enjoy the shopping experience as you now know what you can and cannot drive. So, if you need any help whatsoever then just reach out to us. We’ll be more than happy to take a look and to help you land your ideal moped and its assorted license.

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