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Provisional Moped License

Provisional Moped License

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For anyone looking to buy a moped from Direct Bikes, are you sure that you know what you are looking for?

For example, are you able to ride the moped that you buy from us? Many buyers have this issue. They find it hard to choose out their ideal moped, partly because of licensing issues. If you aren’t sure what you can and cannot drive, then it can be tough to make a conscious choice and buy a quality moped. So, what can you do if this is this is the issue?

First off, make sure that you have your provisional moped license.

What is my provisional moped license?

For anyone who owns a normal provisional license for their car, you do not need to get a second provisional. That license will be suitable for both your car and your motorbike riding. However, you will have to apply for it as soon as you can. Without applying for your provisional, you cannot go any further in your training.

You could go and sit your Compulsory Basic Training (CBT), too. This would give you the chance to get everything arranged. With a provisional and a CBT license combined, you could have a fun time driving around. It would give you the chance to drive one of our scooters in either 50cc or 125cc engine sizes. If you want to make sure that you make the right call, then make sure you book in to get your provisional as soon as you can.

What do I need to get my provisional moped license?

To make sure that you can apply for your provisional license properly and get it delivered to your home, you need to pass a few certain milestones. To make sure you can get your provisional, make sure you have the following information at hand:

  • Proof that you are at least he age of sixteen, if not older.
  • Proof that you are a resident of either England, Scotland, or Wales (Northern Ireland uses a different service).
  • Show that you can pass an eyesight test that proves you can read number plates from afar.
  • Valid identification, such as a passport to show that you are a valid UK resident.
  • Your National Insurance Number if you have it.
  • Any previous addresses that you have lived at for the last three years.

How much does it cost to get my provisional?

The cost of booking in for your provisional is different depending on where you do it. You can apply both online and offline, and either way it will be sent out to you in a week or two. To apply online, you can pay a fee of £34 and fill everything out online. If you do it by post, it will take longer as the information has to be sent away and paid for via post.

The cost is also slightly increased, not accounting for your postage costs. Keep that in mind when making your choice of how to apply for your license. With your provisional details sent away either online or offline, you should receive your provisional in the post in a week. The average waiting time is around seven/eight days, but it’s common for the waiting time to be as long as two weeks, so keep that in mind.

What can I do with my provisional bike riding license?

If you choose to get a provisional license, then you can get use it for just about any kind of riding up to 125cc. However, please note that you must be at least the age of seventeen before you could take on a 125cc moped. If you are going to ride a moped, then it has to be 50cc maximum until you reach the age of seventeen. At that age, though, you can ride anything with a maximum power of 11kW.

Keep that in mind, as it can make it easier for you to find a quality moped that suits your driving style. You will also need to make sure that you are ready to adhere to the rules. Riding with your CBT and your provisional moped license does come with some limits as to what you can do.

What is my provisional license going to be limited to?

Until you step up to get at least your AM license, you need to accept that you are limited. A provisional license and a CBT is not a full driving license – you are going to be capped as to what you can do. Some of the limits that you get when you are driving with a scooter on a CBT and a provisional pairing include:

  • You are not permitted to drive any faster than 28mph, so keep that in mind.
  • You are not allowed to have a passenger onboard the scooter moped with you.
  • Your ride will not come with the right to be driven without L plates; they must stay on.
  • Motorway riding is not permitted on a CBT license, regardless of your engine strength.
  • Keep this in mind, and you can get the most out of your provisional license.

Getting a provisional and CBT friendly moped today

At Direct Bikes, we sell a host of high quality mopeds that come in all shapes and sizes. We make sure that you can quickly and easily buy a moped from our store, ensuring that you spend less time searching. If you choose to buy through our store, you can arrange the delivery of your moped in a few short days.

You just need to decide where you want to have your moped brought to. Choose a delivery time and place when you are completing the purchase, and we’ll be sure to deliver on time. This means that you can arrange your purchase and then get everything with your provisional license sorted out. Then, upon arrival, so long as you have taxed and insured your moped, you could start riding it as soon as it’s all confirmed.

For the easiest solution to buying a moped that is compatible with your provisional, then, visit Direct Bikes. We’ll make sure you can buy your ideal bike today!

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