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Hi everyone I have my test in 2weeks, been riding my 125 for 3 years but I recently bought a dragstar 650, trouble is I need to collect it, it's only 10mins down the road and the guy can deliver it as he broke his neck.


I was thinking of riding her home the short distance that it is, on the off chance I got stopped what would happen? I won't go out on the bike until I pass my test but I do need to bring the bike here in the next few days.

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Riding without a licence and riding without insurance at a minimum. Plus riding an untaxed vehicle.


In short, don't do it; wait until you're licensed or get it delivered.

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it's only 10mins down the road and the guy can deliver it as he broke his neck..

 

10 Minutes away isn't worth the hastle and trouble you'd get into if caught, far to much risk.


Can't you just go there on foot and sit on the thing and use your feet to push it along the pavement until you get home.. with the temptation to turn the thing on and ride it if you approach a steep hill.


Wishful thinking? :roll:

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Can't you just go there on foot and sit on the thing and use your feet to push it along the pavement until you get home.. with the temptation to turn the thing on and ride it if you approach a steep hill.


Wishful thinking? :roll:

 

Still illegal even if the engine is not running.

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Still illegal even if the engine is not running.

 

Not if broken down from what I read.


Remove spark plug, fuze or battery?

 


if its on the road you need a full licence and insurance!


same as if your been towed and your steering you need a full licence and the vehicle has to be fully road worthy

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Still illegal even if the engine is not running.

 

Not if broken down from what I read.


Remove spark plug, fuze or battery?

 


if its on the road you need a full licence and insurance!


same as if your been towed and your steering you need a full licence and the vehicle has to be fully road worthy

 

I second this.


For example if you recieve a proabition they stipulate at the roadside it must be recovered by lowloader and wheels arnt to touch ground.

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