The Driving Standards Agency recommends that you train with an approved training school.
The usual course is 4 days.More if you need them.

To pass the practical motorcycle test you need to pass its two separate modules within two years of passing your motorcycle theory test. Module one will test you doing set manoeuvres on the motorcycle in a safe off-road area. Module two is the on-road test.


    Theory , MOD1 and MOD2

Theory test

A multiple-choice test comprising 50 multiple-choice questions covering aspects of the Highway Code. The pass mark is 43.

A hazard perception test consisting of a series of video clips of actual road hazards that need to be identified. The pass mark is 44.

The theory test can now be taken in colchester ( Butt Road , Wellington house )


   This test must be passed before moving onto the practical tests


Book your theory test here

Module 1

You will be tested on your ability to control the motorcycle at low speeds and carry out an emergency stop and a avoidance.


The theory test is divided into two parts:

You must provide all of the following valid documents:

your driving licence with the correct provisional entitlement only the plastic part with your picture on it or a valid UK passport to support a paper licence

your compulsory basic training (CBT) certificate (DL196) your motorcycle theory test certificate.


Explore the DVSA Mod1 Video here


module 2

 Module two is the on-road module and typically takes around 40 minutes.

This module includes the:

eyesight test
show & tell and pillion passenger questions
road riding element that will cover a variety of road and traffic conditions
including at least 10 minutes of independent riding (following signage)


For module two you must produce your module one pass certificate, and all the documents that you had to present at the module one test.


Explore the DVSA MOD2 video here


             Module 1 right or Left test


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