CBT Training in Burton upon Trent

CBT Training in Burton cost £129 and typically takes 6-8 hours to complete the full day. No prior training is required to succeed in your CBT Training and no test is needed.

Motorcycle training in Burton comprises of full licence training and CBT Training. CBT Training allows you to ride up to a 125cc motorcycle or scooter. Additionally, you will need to always display L plates, not go on motorways and not carry a pillion passenger. If you wish to remove these restrictions you will need to pass your full licence.

What does a CBT in Burton entail?

Taking your CBT in Burton comprise of 5 parts of the CBT. The first 4 parts are taken off-road in a safe environment away from other road users. During this initial part of the day you will learn the basics of motorcycling and getting you to a standard safe to ride the UK roads.

The fifth and typically final part of the day consists of a 2 hour minimum by law road ride. You will put your skills to test as well as your knowledge of the highway code and riding the UK roads. It is important to have a good understanding of the highway code before you take your CBT.

What is a CBT Test in Burton upon Trent?

Despite the name, a CBT Test in fact entails no test at all. CBT Training is often referred to as CBT Test, however, the correct name is CBT Training.

How much are motorcycle lessons in Burton upon Trent?

Motorcycle Lessons are not the same as taking car driving lessons, you do not require large if any lessons before taking your CBT. You have the option to take an introduction to motorcycling course which is typically a 2-3 taster session with the instructor.

No prior experience is required for your CBT so do not panic about booking your CBT, if you are unsure about whether or not you will succeed then give the team at RideTo a call, book an introductory to motorcycling course or purchase a peace of mind policy with your booking to save money if you do require a second day.

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