Do you need 2 L plates on a bike?

You are required to display L plates at both the front and back of your motorcycle. They both need to be upright and as close to a 90° angle as possible.

Do I have to have 2 L plates on my motorbike?

You don’t need L-plates. You are restricted to 28mph. If you haven’t ridden before, we would strongly suggest that you still take a basic rider training course (Compulsory Basic Training – CBT). Anyone else must take a basic motorcycle training course called Compulsory Basic Training (CBT).

Do you have to have two L plates on a 125cc?

You can ride a moped (max 50cc) without L plates. … Once you have a valid CBT certificate, you can ride a 125cc with L plates. If you want to remove the L plates or ride a more powerful machine, you will need to take the relevant practical tests.

What happens if you ride a 125 without L plates?

On successful completion you’ll be able to ride up to a 125cc, 11kW motorcycle without L-plates, be able to take passengers and go on motorways. Anyone from 17-years-of-age upwards can do this category.

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Do I need L plates on a 50cc?

You can ride a moped (up to 50cc) without L plates. … You must take CBT if you want to ride anything larger than a 50cc moped.

Can I ride a 250cc on a CBT?

You can ride up to 125cc with a valid CBT certificate. (or a full motorcycle licence category A) A 250cc motorcycle will required a full motorcycle licence. … In this case, you could only use it on the roads with a valid CBT certificate or full motorcycle licence.

Can I ride on a roads with a CBT?

The CBT allows riders to ride anything up to 125cc on the road for a period of 2 years provided they don’t go on a motorway. The thing is there are absolutely some A-roads in London that you don’t really want ride on a 50cc or sometimes even a 125cc.

What happens if you dont use L plates?

Are L plates a legal requirement? Yes. Learners driving a vehicle must display L plate stickers at all times. You can get up to six penalty points on your licence if you don’t display a learner plate or if it isn’t the right size.

Can I use my own bike for CBT?

Do I need my own bike and clothing? No. … You can use your own bike if you have one, but it must be fully road legal including tax, MoT and insurance (which might be difficult if you don’t yet have a CBT).

Can a 125cc go on the motorway?

You can ride a 125cc motorbike with a car licence. … The latter fact means that, as the signs suggest when you join an M-way, you shouldn’t take the 125cc bike on a motorway. To do that, you need to hold a full bike licence, meaning you’ve taken and passed the test.

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Can you get away without a CBT?

You cannot legally ride a bike on the road without completing you Compulsory Basic Training (CBT). So before attempting to attain any of the other licences you must first complete this – hence the word compulsory.

Can a 50cc moped go on an A road?

A 50cc moped is realistically the least powerful vehicle allowed on public roads. There are restrictions on where they’re allowed to ride. For example, you can’t use a moped on A-roads or motorways because of their low top speed. … As standard, 50cc mopeds have restricted engines.

How long does CBT Licence last?

The course normally can be completed in a day, but occasionally some people take longer. On successfully passing the CBT you will be given a certificate that allows you to ride your learner bike. The certificate is valid for two years, in which time you will need to pass your full test or take CBT again.

Can I ride a 50cc with a full driving Licence?

If you have a full car licence issued before 1st February 2001 you may ride a restricted 50cc moped on the road without L plates (and carry a passenger), but you still need to pass your CBT test to ride any motorcycle over 50cc.