CBT Licence at huddersfield

Huddersfield CBT Training

CBT Training in Huddersfield can be found to support the city centre, Wakefield, Bradford, Hillhouse, Bradley Mill, , Brackenhall, Edgerton, Shorehead in the local area. If you are looking at taking your first steps on to two wheels in Yorkshire, start with taking the initial CBT training. Huddersfield with a mixture of A roads and quiet residential streets make for learning to ride easy and achievable. CBT Training Huddersfield can be found North of the city centre in Hillhouse a short journey from Huddersfield rail station and easily accessible from the A641.

What Happens On The Day of CBT Training?

CBT Training is a one day course that can take up to 8 hours, so make sure that you leave a whole day free to take your motorcycle training. You will need a UK provisional licence, full driving licence or EU licence with UK counterpart. After having a valid licence you will be able to take your CBT Training providing that you are above the age of 16. After taking your CBT Training, the instructor will hand you your CBT certificate if they believe that you are safe to ride the roads. CBT Training is not a guarantee that you will pass and gain your CBT certificate so RideTo highly recommends reviewing the highway code and taking a look at our guides such as preparing for your CBT Training.

What's Next After Taking My CBT?

After succeeding in your CBT Training in Huddersfield you can take a look at getting your first bike, you will be able to ride up to a 125cc motorcycle, moped or scooter unless you are 16 where you will be restricted to a 50cc until your turn 17. If you are unclear on which vehicle to start riding then consider RideTo top 10 motorcycles you can ride on a CBT licence. The final step before legally being able to ride the roads is to get insurance and therefore at RideTo we have put together what you will need to consider before purchasing insurance.

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