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CBT test Battersea

If you’re searching for CBT tests in and around Battersea, RideTo can help you find the best training school near you.

With partner schools all over London, one option near Battersea would be Off the Kerb motorcycle training school. They are located in Shepherds Bush, so getting to and from your training is easy if you plan on using public transport.

Two other great options based South of Battersea are Universal located in Wimbledon or Phoenix in Crystal Palace.

Learn more about what facilities all of these locations offer and the prices of their CBT tests by entering your postcode in the search box at the top of this page and browsing through the different training schools in your area.

CBT Test Document Requirements

Wondering which documents you need to be able to complete a CBT test in the UK? It’s pretty straightforward - you just need to have a valid driving licence, this can even just be a provisional licence if you haven’t yet passed your driving test.

If you have an EU driving licence make sure you bring the UK counterpart licence number with you to your training as well.

The only other document you need to bring with you is your National Insurance number.

Other Requirements for a CBT Test in Battersea

Other than the valid documents listed above, you must be able to understand and speak English to a good level in order to pass the day of training.

You must also know the Highway Code in order to be safe when out on the road ride part of your training.

You will not be taught the Highway Code/rules of the road during your CBT test so if your instructor feels you don’t know enough to be safe, they can stop your training at any point and ask you to rebook another course once you have studied the Highway Code in more depth. This is for your own safety and the safety of other road users.

When you book your CBT you must confirm that you can ride a bicycle, to show you will be able to balance on a two-wheeled vehicle during your training day.

You risk being turned away from your training if you don’t wear the correct protective clothing, again this is for your own safety. We will send you information about what you need to wear on the day of training when you book your CBT test or you can read through our clothing guide on our RideTo Blog.

Lastly, there will be an eyesight test so make sure you have glasses or contact lenses with you if you would struggle to read a registration plate that is 20.5 or more meters away.

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