Hours of Training
The Module Two (Mod 2) motorcycle test is the on road part of the two part motorcycle test. You can take the motorcycle test at a number of DVSA test centres throughout the UK. The Module Two test follows on after you have successfully completed the Module One test. The Mod 2 motorcycle test is designed to assess your road riding skills, your road knowledge and safety whilst making good decisions riding a set route. The routes are chosen to put you to the test on a varied road ride, you will need to demonstrate your competency in all aspects of the test. Module Two also assesses your practical understanding of the Highway Code.
Module Two test routes vary. There are several different routes at each test centre and it is unlikely that the examiner will follow the same route for every test candidate. The criteria stays the same though and you will be expected to show the examiner what you have learned during your professional motorcycle training. The test allocation is 57 minutes but you can expect to be on the road for around 35 minutes riding time. You will ride in various road situations and encounter speed limit changes on a designated test route. You will be expected to stop and pull away safely in different traffic conditions as well as deal with dual carriageways, residential areas and congested traffic. This includes a ten minute independent ride, where you are asked to follow traffic signs or a series of directions.
Although you can book the Module Two test directly via the DVSA, it is advisable to book through a professional motorcycle training school, so that you have adequate training to pass the Module Two test. Thorough motorcycle instruction results in you being better prepared, more confident and a more skilled rider. With professional training you are more likely to pass the test first time, which theoretically reduces costs as you will not be forking out to pay for additional training and tests if you happen to fail with lesser training.
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