Where Can I Do A CBT Test In White City?
Here at RideTo, we have over 130 schools across the country to complete your CBT test. Near to White City, you can train at Shepards Bush, Wembley, Edgware, Wimbledon, Hounslow and Worcester Park.
If they’re not taking your fancy and you want to look to do your CBT test a little further afield than White City, we have schools across London at, Crystal Palace, Feltham, Barnet, Tottenham, Walthamstow, Watford, Beckton, St Albans and Croyden. If you need some more guidance on choosing a school, send us an email to email@example.com and our helpful team will be happy to advise you further.
What Is A CBT Test In White City?
Well despite a lot of people thinking the T in CBT stands for test. CBT actually standings for Compulsory Basic Training. So you will be pleased to know that there is no actual test involved. The CBT was designed as a progressive training program to ensure new riders are safely getting out on the road on two wheels.
The day itself will take around 6-8 hours and your instructor will take you through everything from highway code and bike controls, to safely riding on the road.
Can I Fail A CBT Test?
So as mentioned there is no actual test so you technically cannot fail. That being said, the idea of a CBT is to ultimately ensure you’re competent and safe enough to ride on the road. So if at any point throughout the day, the instructor feels you have been unable to demonstrate you are safe and have taken on board what you have learnt, they may end your training early and ask you to come back for a second day.
What Is The Peace Of Mind Policy?
So if you find yourself having to return for a second day of training in White City, this will often come a the same or similar cost of your first day. However, with our Peace of Mind Policy, we will cover the cost of the second dat of training, saving you over £130!
It should be noted that the policy doesnt cover, arriving late to training, lack of knowledge of the highway code or turning up in the wrong gear. So make sure you’re doing your bit to be prepared ahead of time.