- Missed Gear Changes.
- Skidding and Stalling.
- Slow Emergency Stopping.
- Slow Avoidance Exercise.
- Some Missed Observations.
What happens if you fail Mod 1?
What happens if I fail Module 1? You have to leave a gap of three clear working days in order for you to take more training so you can pass on the next attempt.
Can you do Mod 1 and 2 on the same day?
Module 1 and Module 2
You may be able to sit mod 2 test on the same day. But normally it a couple of days later. Depends on the amount of tests that are free. We can book your mod 2 later in the same day if you like but if you don’t get a pass Mod 1 you will lose the payment for mod 2.
How long is Mod 1 training?
The Module One test takes approximately 20 minutes to complete and will include the following manoeuvres: Wheeling the machine and using the stand. A slalom breaking into a figure of eight. Slow ride and stopping in a box.
How long does a Mod 1 last?
(valid for 2 years). Then you must pass your practical Module 1 test. (now that certificate is only valid for the REMAINING life of your theory certificate – NOT a further 2 years).
What can I ride after Mod 1?
Module 1 is a practical off-road riding test that must be passed before you can take module 2 (on-road), where after passing module 2, you’ll receive a full motorcycle licence.
How long is the Mod 1 bike test?
You’ll take the module 1 test in an off-road motorcycle manoeuvring area. The test normally takes about 20 minutes and includes: wheeling the moped or motorcycle and using the stand. riding a slalom and figure of 8.
What does Module 1 bike test involve?
Module 1 is an off-road test in which you’ll have to show various manoeuvres including a figure of 8, cornering and a U-turn. You’ll need to ride as if you were out on the road.
How many minors can you have on a Mod 2 test?
You’ll pass module 2 if you make: no serious or dangerous faults (sometimes called ‘majors’) no more than 10 riding faults (sometimes called ‘minors’)
How do you pass the motorcycle Mod 1 test?
How do I calm my nerves before a motorbike test?
- Tell yourself you’re ready. …
- Keep it a secret. …
- Don’t skip meals. …
- Pretend it’s a mock. …
- Arrive at the test centre in good time and make sure your diary is free. …
- Don’t do too much on test day. …
- Stay off the caffeine. …
- Go to the lavatory.
What size bike can I ride after Mod 1?
If you successfully take your CBT at the age of 17 (or passed it on a moped at 16) you can ride a 125cc bike on L-plates with no pillion. Take your theory test and two part practical and on a new A1 licence you can ride a 125cc bike with no L-plates.
Is mod 2 bike test hard?
It is difficult to practise for in your own time, and feels unnatural and often unnerving whilst you’re ‘inside the fence’. Module 2 on the other hand takes place on the open roads. The very same open roads which, (if you don’t stuff up the next 40-50 minutes of riding under examination!)
Can you do MOD 2 on your own bike?
Yes you can use your own bike for the test provided you have all the legal requirements in place (insurance, tax, MOT etc). However, as you won’t have a motorcycle licence at this stage, you would be resonsible for getting the machine to and from the DVSA test centre.
Can I ride a bike after Mod 1?
The module 1 test does not change your licence or entitlement in anyway. Only successful passing of the module 2 test will allow you to ride a motorcycle in the category of test you take (A1=125cc A2=up to 47bhp / 35kw A=Unrestricted.) No. 125cc is A1.
What’s the difference between Mod 1 and 2?
You can make up to five rider faults and still pass module one. If you make six or more rider faults, you won’t pass the test. If you make one serious or dangerous fault, you won’t pass the test. Module two is the on-road module and typically takes around 40 minutes.
What is mod 2 bike test?
Your Module two test is an on-road module which usually takes about 40 minutes. It essentially shows an examiner that your riding skills have reached a level where you can ride consistently well, with confidence and without help or guidance. It will also show that you meet the National standards for driving and riding.
Can I ride 250cc on a CBT?
You can ride up to 125cc with a valid CBT certificate. (or a full motorcycle licence category A) A 250cc motorcycle will required a full motorcycle licence. Up to February 1983 learner motorcycle riders could ride motorcycles with an engine capacity up to 250cc.
What CC can you ride on a mod 1?
What can I ride with a full A1 licence? An A1 licence allows riders aged 17 and over to: Ride a light motorcycle up to 11 kW (and a power-to-weight ratio not more than 0.1kW per kg) and 125 cc (rough top speed of 60mph) Ride without L-plates.
When can you ride a 600cc bike?
If you are 24 or over you can do the test on a 600cc geared motorcycle. Having passed this, you will be licensed to ride any motorcycle straight away, ride on motorways and carry a passenger.
Can I ride a 125 without CBT?
Can I ride a 125cc without doing a CBT course – I have a full UK driver’s license? Yes, if you have a full car licence you can ride a 125cc scooter or motorbike off-road. However, you must take and pass your compulsory basic training (CBT) before riding on the road.
Can you ride a 125 on the motorway with L plates?
You can ride a 125cc motorbike with a car licence. However, to do so, you need to have completed your Compulsory Basic Training (commonly called CBT) and your bike must have L plates on it. The latter fact means that, as the signs suggest when you join an M-way, you shouldn’t take the 125cc bike on a motorway.
Can you ride a 125cc on the motorway with a CBT?
Can I ride a 125cc on the motorway? Yes, you can ride a 125cc motorcycle on the motorway if you have a full motorcycle licence. You cannot ride on the motorway if you only have a CBT.
Can you do a mod 1 test on 125?
No, they saw you coming! Whatever you do the Module 1 test on you must do the Module 2 on, even if you did the Module 1 on a 600cc you can’t take Module 2 on a 125cc.