6704223018 Anyone from 19-years-of-age upwards can do this category. *current definition of a moped is a motorcycle no bigger than 50cc with a maximum design speed not exceeding 28mph - this relates to category 'AM' on driving licences issued from 19/1/2013. This means you can ride a moped for the length of the licence without re-taking your CBT every two years. What do I need to take a full-licence course?. Being so far away is hardly ideal and rather than dedicating a days travel to do a test lasting 10 minutes, and the extra cost this would represent, we can incorporate one of the module 2 days as the ride there, doing the test and riding back. Staged access If youre aged 21 or over and have held an A2 licence for two years, you only need to take a further practical test. 2.
I'm quite short - can you help?. If two years have passed since you took your test then you'll need to do another Module 1 & 2 test on the more powerful motorcycle relevant to the licence category you're wanting to upgrade to. I have a full car licence - do I still need to take a theory test?. Will the new licencing laws introduced on the 19th January 2013 affect CBTs?. Module 2 can be taken at either Poole, Dorchester or Lee-on-the- Solent. The theory test is only required if you wish to proceed on to a full-licence course. The CBT course (not test) will remain unchanged from January 2013. Like DAS now, but with a smaller bike. Either the category A1 motorcycle test (limits you to 125cc) or you could wait until you are 19 years old and take the A2 category motorcycle test.