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stella motorcycle training about us imageMotorcycle Licences

If you want to be able to ride a motorcycle on the road without L plates then you have come to the right place – we can help!

There are a number of steps Stella will help you with to reach that aim.  Put simply they are:

  1. Obtaining a provisional licence
  2. Taking the CBT (Compulsory Basic Training)
  3. Stella will provide a legal learner bike and the correct equipment including helmet.
  4. Getting insurance
  5. Applying for, taking and passing your theory test
  6. Applying for, taking and passing both modules of your practical test

 

Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)

Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)

Anyone who wants to ride a motorcycle or moped on the road needs to have successfully completed Compulsory Basic Training (CBT).

CBT is designed to provide a complete novice with the basic skills necessary to ride safely on our roads. You will be required to reach a certain level of proficiency before we can issue you a DL196. (Please note that Stella only offer training for persons over the age of 18 years).

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Theory & Hazard Perception Test

Theory & Hazard Perception Test

Before moving on to your practical tests you will need to take and pass your motorcycle theory and motorcycle hazard perception test.

It is possible to take your theory test before your CBT but most people take it afterwards.

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Motorcycle Practical Test – Module 1

Motorcycle Practical Test – Module 1

The motorcycle practical test is divided into two modules. You must pass Module 1 before you can attempt Module 2.

Module 1 comprises a series of off-road manoeuvers and takes place at a DVSA Practical Test Centre. You need to wear suitable clothing and have with you your CBT (DL196), your Theory and Hazard Perception Test pass certificate (less than 2 years old) and a valid licence.

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Motorcycle Practical Test – Module 2

Motorcycle Practical Test – Module 2

Before you can attempt Module 2 you must have passed Module 1.

Module 2 is a test of your on road riding ability. You need to wear suitable clothing and have with you your CBT (DL196), your Theory and Hazard Perception Test pass certificate (less than 2 years old), your Practical Test Module 1 pass certificate and a valid licence. You must use the same category and size bike that you used in Module 1.

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