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Do I needs renew my cbt if I've passed my car theory test within the two years?


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I've held my cbt for nearly two years (needs renewing in September) but I've recently passed my car theory test and a friend said that the cbt is permanent after that but I thought it was once you passed both theory and practical car test

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car theory or test pass has no baring on the CBT


your CBT will still run out every two years


if you dont want to keep doing the CBT then you will need to sit the test :)

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Passing the car test validates 50cc and perm CBT entitlement until your car licence runs out. If you're riding a 125cc then it's every 2 years until you pass a bike test. Confusing but true, don't think they thought people would keep doing a CBT..........or did they?

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Passing the car test validates 50cc and perm CBT entitlement until your car licence runs out. If you're riding a 125cc then it's every 2 years until you pass a bike test. Confusing but true, don't think they thought people would keep doing a CBT..........or did they?

 

I think that only applys to mopeds:


https://www.gov.uk/cbt-compulsory-basic-training/cbt-if-you-have-a-car-driving-licence" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;



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