If you have a provisional motorcycle licence, you must satisfactorily complete a Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) course. You can then ride unaccompanied on the public road a motorcycle up to 125 cc with a power output not exceeding 11 kW, with L plates, for up to two years. To ride a moped, learners must: be 16 or over.
Can you drive a moped with L plates?
You can ride a moped (up to 50cc) without L plates. You do not need to take a CBT course or take the full moped test.
What CC can you ride on L plates?
Car driving test passed on or after 1 February 2001
After completing CBT, you will be able to ride a moped or motorcycle with L plates – up to 125cc (11kW max). If you want to remove the L plates or ride a more powerful machine, you will need to take the relevant practical tests.
What size moped can I drive on a provisional Licence?
With provisional motorbike licence entitlement you can: Ride a moped or scooter up to 50cc if you’re aged 16+ as long as you’ve completed your CBT, display L plates and have insurance. Ride a motorcycle up to 125cc if you’re aged 17+.
Why do all mopeds have L plates?
If you are 17 years or older the CBT allows you to ride any moped or motorcycle up to 125cc with a maximum power output of 11kW. The reason that most couriers in London (and the UK as a whole) have L plates is because for the vast majority of them they have no interest in getting a full motorcycle license.
Do you have to pay insurance on a moped?
You must be at least 16 years old or older to drive a moped, and you must wear a helmet while you ride. … You do not need insurance to register a moped, but you do need special license plates and an identification card, along with a one-time $23 registration fee.
Can I take a passenger on a 50cc moped?
In order to ride either you will of course need a CBT (Compulsory Basic Training) Licence. If you’re 16, then the simple answer is you can only ride a 50cc moped, restricted to 28 Mph. … You don’t need to take a CBT as technically you can already ride a 50cc moped without L plates and carry a passenger.
What happens if you ride a 125 without L plates?
On successful completion you’ll be able to ride up to a 125cc, 11kW motorcycle without L-plates, be able to take passengers and go on motorways.
What’s the max CC for a learner?
All learner, P1 and P2 rider licence holders must only ride motorcycles that: Are on the list of Approved Motorcycles for Novice Riders (PDF, 704Kb). Have an engine capacity not greater than 660ml. Have a power to weight ratio not greater than 150 kilowatts per tonne.
Can I ride a 250cc on L plates?
Anyone wishing to ride a 250cc with L-plates must be at least 17. 16 year olds can still ride mopeds (49cc). Largely due to bikes like Yamaha’s FS1-E 50cc moped being able to do 60mph+ mopeds are restricted to 30mph, which is a serious come down for an entire generation.
What Licence do I need for a 600cc?
There is no automatic upgrades of licence – if you wish to move up to a full (A) licence you will need to retake the module 1 and 2 tests on an unrestricted 600cc bike when you have reached 24 years of age or held the A2 licence for 2 years. A1 – aged 17 years plus you may take your test on a 125cc bike.
Do you need to pass a theory test to ride a moped?
Becoming a moped rider
The minimum age to ride a moped is 16 years and you will need to: complete Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) for the relevant motorcycle category. pass a theory test.
Can I take a passenger on a 125cc moped?
Once you have passed your Practical Test, you will have a licence to ride any machine of up to 125cc, so long as it’s power is restricted to 11kW, without L-plates and you may carry a pillion passenger.
Do you need 2 L plates on a moped?
Until you pass the motorcycle or moped test, the law requires that you must display an L plate on the front and back of your vehicle. That is unless your passed your car test before 1 February 2001, in which case you can ride a moped up to 50 cc without L plates.
Can you ride a Harley on your learners?
All other Harley-Davidsons – renowned for their classic designs, easy cruising nature and throaty engines – are deemed inappropriate for learner riders due to their more powerful large capacity engines. The current smallest engined Harley-Davidson displaces 883cc.
Do I need L plates on front and back?
How many L plates do you need on a car? You must display at least two ‘L’ plates, one on the front of the vehicle and one at the back, so that they can be easily seen by other road users.