To get your licence (or even sit your practical tests) you need to pass your theory test first. What is the theory test? 50 multiple choice questions, which they give you 57 minutes to answer (you’ll do it in less … Continue reading The Theory Test!
Link to play store Key Points What is it? An app to prepare for your theory test, with theory questions, mock tests and hazard perception videos. Created by Deep River Dev Is it any good? Yes. Any points to note? It’s not far off a gb in size, so if you’re using an old phone, might be problematic. Cost £2.50 (2018) The detail… The app comprises a complete set of DVSA revision questions plus 80 hazard perception videos. These are official DVSA ones (there are some extra videos that aren’t, but you wouldn’t know), so exactly what you need to … Continue reading Motorcycle Theory Test and Hazard Perception – App Review
Before you can get out on the road, you need to complete compulsory basic training (CBT). But, what is it? What should you expect? What do you need to bring with you? Read on to find out… What is a CBT? A CBT is a day of basic training, that should give you enough basic knowledge and a grounding in key skills so that you’re safe to be out on the roads. What it isn’t is a test, so you can’t fail, although if you’re not safe your instructor will likely stop before you complete it. You can take the … Continue reading Compulsory Basic Training – What to Expect?
What do you need to get on the road? What types of licence are there? How do you get yours? Legal stuff… To get on the road, legally, you need three things – a provisional A class licence, a bike with insurance that’s valid for you to ride and to have successfully completed Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) in the last 2 years. These will let you ride around on a 125, with L plates on. The other option is to go for a Direct Access Scheme (DAS) to work towards a licence that’ll let you ride big bikes from the … Continue reading Where to start?