If you’re looking to pass a CBT Test in Northampton then we have a great selection of schools to choose from. All our partner schools have been hand-picked and vetted to ensure they provide the very best standard of training.
There are often a lot of questions surrounding the CBT Test but we’re here to help clear things up.
Firstly, if you’re looking to pass your CBT test in Northampton then we have a few schools to choose from in Northampton, Milton Keynes, Leicester and Coventry.
You may be wondering what you need for the day of training? Well, firstly you’re going to want to ensure you have your Provisional Licence along with your National Insurance. These are vital to carry out a licence check which your instructor will need to do prior to your training commencing.
Next, you’re going to want to ensure you’ve dressed appropriately. The last thing you want to do is get turned away from your training because you didn’t read the email correctly and failed to bring the appropriate gear. Always double check your confirmation email and read our guide here if in doubt.
Make sure you’re on time for your training, by on time we mean 30mins early! If you’re late to your training you may be turned away as the instructor won’t be able to hold up the rest of the class whilst they wait for you. This will mean you will have to book another course so once again, make sure you’re arriving with adequate time.
Read more about what to expect on the day of training here.
What Are The Next Steps to Riding a ‘Big Bike’?
Once you have passed your CBT, the next step to getting your full licence will be to book in a motorcycle theory test. This is different to the theory test you take when learning to drive so even if you have a full driving licence you will need to take a motorcycle theory test. Done that? The next step will be finding a suitable motorcycle training school to book in some training. This can be anywhere from 2-3 days to a week of training depending on your requirements. You will then need to book your module 1 and module 2 tests. Pass those and you will have a full motorcycle licence!
That may sound simple but have a good read of our blog post ‘How to get your Full Motorbike Licnece’ to get a better understanding of the process.