Want to plan your full motorcycle licence for 2020 with just a £200 Deposit?
Finding it difficult to comunicate with other training schools to get the dates you want?
Try using our online planner for MOD1 & MOD2
Before looking for dates that suit your busy schedule, you need the following:
1. UK DRIVING LICENCE
2. VALID CBT CERTIFICATE
3. MOTORCYCLE THEORY TEST PASS CERTIFICATE
If you have all three of the above you can continue with viewing our availability for MOD1 & MOD2 sessions from our online calendar. It's not an online booking system, so you will need to call 01227 832601 and request the dates you have chosen.
Now choose three MOD1 training sessions and a fourth one for the MOD1 TEST slot. (The test slot cannot be on a Saturday or Sunday)
The screen capture below shows the on-line planner for MOD1 slots
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW AVAILABLE MOD1 SESSIONS
The MOD1 test normally takes about 20 minutes and includes:
- wheeling the moped or motorcycle and using the stand
- riding a slalom and figure of 8
- a slow ride
- a U-turn
- cornering and a controlled stop
- cornering and an emergency stop
- cornering and hazard avoidance
For the hazard avoidance and emergency stop exercises you must ride at a minimum speed of:
- 19 mph on a moped
- 31 mph on a motorcycle
Next step choose three MOD2 training session and a fourth one for the MOD2 TEST slot. (The test slot cannot be on a Saturday or Sunday)
The screen capture below shows the the on-line planner for MOD2 slots
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW AVAILABLE MOD2 SESSIONS
You must pass module 1 before you can take the module 2 test.
You can book both modules at the same time, but if you do not pass module 1 you must wait 3 working days before you can retake it.
The MOD2 test normally takes about 40 minutes and includes:
- an eyesight check
- ‘show me, tell me’ vehicle safety questions
- road riding
- independent riding
You must bring your module 1 pass certificate to the module 2 test, plus all the documents you had to bring to the module 1 test.
You’ll have to read a number plate from a distance of:
- 20 metres for vehicles with a new-style number plate
- 20.5 metres for vehicles with an old-style number plate
New-style number plates start with 2 letters followed by 2 numbers, for example AB51 ABC.
You’ll fail your riding test if you fail the eyesight check.
‘Show me, tell me’ questions
You’ll be asked 2 vehicle safety questions known as the ‘show me, tell me’ questions. These test that you know how to carry out basic safety checks.
You’ll drive in various road and traffic conditions, but not on motorways. You’ll be asked to carry out:
- normal stops
- an angle start (pulling out from behind a parked vehicle)
- a hill start (where possible)
The examiner will give you directions using a radio. They’ll normally follow you on a motorcycle.
Driving test routes are not published, so you can not check them before your test.
You’ll have about 10 minutes of independent riding. This is designed to assess your ability to ride safely while making your own decisions.
You can ask the examiner to repeat the directions if you forget them - you will not fail the test if you go off the route. You can not use sat nav.
If you want more details on this offer please call 01227 832601