CBT only £99
Compulsory basic training (CBT) was introduced in 1990 to help reduce the very high accident rate among inexperienced motorcyclists. CBT must be completed before a learner moped or motorcycle rider is allowed to ride on the road with L-plates or D-plates in Wales.
You will need to complete a CBT if:
The CBT course involves five elements:
B. practical on-site training
C. practical on-site riding
D. practical on-road training
E. practical on-road riding
The five elements have to be completed in sequence, although the order of the exercises within the element can be varied. You will move on to the next element when your instructor is satisfied you have learnt the necessary theory and demonstrated the practical skills to a safe basic level.
Trainees must, by law, receive a minimum two hour on-road ride in Element E.
We provide our learner drivers with the right conditions to receive good, sound training in all categories. Our friendly riding instructors have many years of professional experience. This makes learning with us particularly straight forward and helps us offer you excellent support on your way to obtaining your driving licence.
We provide long-term guidance during the preparation phase and are happy to answer any questions you may have. There's no need to feel under any pressure, taking away any need to worry before taking your tests. You can also receive information directly from our riding school. We'll be happy to offer you our expert advice!
You Must be 16 or older. Must present The plastic part of your licence to participate. Must wear suitable boots or trainers that cover your ankle.If you need Glasses to drive you must bring glasses or contact lenses to wear on your CBT, and be able to pass eye test - able to read number plates from 67ft away.
If the candidate does not reach the minimmum safety standard by the end of module C or E (practical riding on our training pad or road
ride ) on the day of the course there will be a further fee of £25/hour for further training .