Hours of Training
Preparing for your Module Two motorcycle test properly is essential. You should invest in professional Module Two Test training, with a qualified motorcycle training instructor to help you become test ready. You should also wear the appropriate motorcycle clothing and have all your motorcycle documents with you when you arrive at the test centre on test day. By using a motorcycle training school you are almost certainly guaranteed a structured process to being test ready. A DIY approach is not recommended as you will not know what is coming next. Whereas with the guidance of a motorcycle trainer, you have a better chance of understanding the test format and knowing what to expect. If you fail to wear the correct protective clothing or provide the required documents, it will result in the test being cancelled and you will forfeit your test fee. Be punctual, there are no allowances for being late. Missing a test slot will also result in a lost test fee.
Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) certificate
Although it is not mandatory, you should always wear fully protective, weather appropriate and purpose made motorcycle clothing. You should wear motorcycle boots that provide a good level of ankle protection, along with textile or leather motorcycle trousers and a jacket. These should be worn with a motorcycle helmet that meets British Safety Standards, plus motorcycle gloves and a high-visibility vest.
Motorcycle Riders Hub is an online eLearning training and guidance platform for all riders. It helps riders at different stages in their training to understand how to improve, operate and control their motorcycle.
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