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CBT < Full licence

Guest roosterblue

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Hi all,

I need some advice on obtaining my licence. I've looked around, but can't seem to find the answer i'm looking for.

I'm 34, passed my CBT in April 2012. I've been riding on that since. I'd like to get a bigger bike etc.

What options are available to me? I can't afford to pay £500+ for lessons etc.

I feel confident enough to take my test without lessons (been driving since i was 17, so road sense/signage not a problem).

Can I take the full test on my 125? if so, what restrictions will be on my licence? Or do i have to take my test on a bigger bike?

Any advice most appreciated.

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Hi there :)

If you take your test on the 125 you can only ride a 125 - end of! The only way to get a full, unrestricted licence is to take it on a bigger bike I'm afraid.

Maybe pop to your local training centre & ask them to take you on an assessed ride, then you'd get some idea of how your riding meets the test standard. IMO it would be good to get some practise of the Mod 1 test circuit, just to make sure you are wholly familiar with all the elements of the test. You can download a diagram & set up a circuit for yourself if you can find somewhere to do it.

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