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    The new practical motorcycle test

    Posted by on March 30, 2011 | Categories: Blog

    The new motorcycle test went live on Monday 27 April 2009. It aims to improve the standard of road safety for motorcycle and moped riders. This user group has been identified as having a high risk of injury or death, this is particularly the case for young and inexperienced riders.

    DOWNLOAD A LARGER VERSION OF THE LAYOUTS

    Click here to see the standard layout of the left and right-hand circuits

     

    Reporting for your practical test

    You must bring the following items with you to both module 1 and module 2 of your test. If you do not, the Driving Standards Agency may refuse to carry out the test and you may lose your fee.

    • provisional licence and paper counterpart
    • valid DL196
    • valid theory test certificate
    • valid module 1 test pass certificate when presenting for module 2 only

    What will the test include?

    The new test will be completed in two modules. The specified manoeuvres conducted at specific speeds will be tested in module 1 on safe off-road sites.

    These specified manoeuvres are:

    • at least two manoeuvres carried out at slow speed, including a slalom
    • at least two manoeuvres carried out at higher speed, of which one exercise should be in second or third gear, at a speed of at least 30 km/h (approx. 19 mph) and one exercise avoiding an obstacle at a minimum speed of 50 km/h (approx. 32 mph)
    • at least two braking manoeuvres, including an emergency brake at a minimum speed of 50 km/h (approx. 32 mph)

    On the day of your module 1 test, you will be asked by the examiner to demonstrate your riding ability on either the left-hand or right-hand circuit. The standard off-road layout may change because of local conditions on the casual sites.

    DOWNLOAD A LARGER VERSION OF THE LAYOUTS

    Click here to see the standard layout of the left and right-hand circuits

     

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