If you’re looking to take your CBT test in Doncaster then we have all the information you need to book your CBT training, get you on the way to getting you your bike licence and to getting out on the road.
Taking your CBT training in Doncaster will be the first step to getting out on the road on a scooter or motorcycle. You can expect your CBT - which stands for Compulsory Basic Training - to last up to 8 hours and all you need to complete it is a UK provisional licence and to be at least 16 years of age.
If you’re looking to take your CBT test in Doncaster or the surrounding area of Doncaster then there are several motorcycle training schools all within close distance that are fantastically suited to your needs.
CBT Training in Crewe comprises of 5 parts of a CBT. The first aspect of the day after a warm welcome from your instructor is to get your licence checked by the instructor, this is to ensure that you are legally allowed to ride the roads of the UK. You will need your UK provisional, UK full driving licence or EU licence with D9 counterpart number. Also, it's good to note that you will need to have knowledge of your national insurance number. Following this safety check, you will be good to start your CBT Training in Doncaster. The remainder of the day is spent with your bike, whether you have chosen to train on a manual or automatic you will need to complete all 5 parts of the CBT before being able to receive your CBT licence and be legal to ride on two wheels. Remember that you will need insurance and also, of course, a bike.
After you succeed in your training then you can start considering insurance and getting your first bike. Whether you are considering purchasing a moped, scooter or 125 motorcycles or are interested in our top 10 motorcycles you can ride on a CBT licence, there are plenty of options out there. Secondly, the best advice we can give about purchasing insurance is to make sure that you shop around and consider the options. We have put together our guide on the top things you need to consider before purchasing motorcycle insurance.
The school will provide the speciality riding equipment that you need for the day, such as a helmet, gloves and jacket. For your lower half, you’ll want to wear the sturdiest pair of trousers you own, such as some thick jeans. You’ll want something equally sturdy on your feet, such as walking boots.
We also strongly recommend that you check the weather a day or two before you’re planning to take your motorcycle or scooter CBT, because wind chill can make it especially cold on two wheels. Even a light rain can make a dramatic difference regardless of whether you’re riding a motorcycle or scooter on your CBT training day, so pack extra layers or some waterproofs if you need to.
As for the cost of a CBT, this does vary dependent upon the time of year, the time of day and the location in which you choose to take your CBT training course.
For a successful CBT training session in Doncaster, you can expect your CBT cost to be around the £145 - £200 mark.
But once the day-long session is over you will be able to hit the local Doncaster roads with a fresh set of L-Plates and the confidence and ability needed for safe, road riding.