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When attending your Compulsory Basic Training course
you will be required to produce your Driving
If you have a photocard licence be sure to bring
your counterpart paper as well.
If you are using your own machine then you will need
to produce your valid insurance and MOT
On test day you will be required to bring the
Theory test certificate
If you still hold an older-style paper licence then
you will also be required to produce a photo-ID
(e.g. using a passport).
This so the examiner can guarantee that the person
taking the test is the licence holder.
You will need to be dressed adequately for riding a
You will need to have a motorcycle helmet that fits
You will also need a jacket and gloves that will
protect you if you fall off and sturdy footwear.
The other item you can guarantee you will need will
be a pair of leggings/trousers which ideally need to
be waterproof. There is nothing worse than
being out in the rain for six hours in nothing but
jeans and a fleece.
You don't need to go mad when choosing your clothing
but you will need to be protected, dry and warm.
If sending a cheque to secure a training course,
please make them payable to KMTS.
The remaining balance will be due at the beginning
of the course.
Everyone wishing to sit a motorcycle test must first
pass the motorcycle theory test.
The theory test will have two parts to it, there
will be a multiple choice test, which you must
answer 30 out of 35 questions correctly.
Then you will have a hazard perception test where
fourteen clips will be shown to you and you have to
click the mouse when you see the forthcoming hazard.
The earlier you pick it up the more points you gain.
You must pass both parts in the same sitting to gain
your theory certificate. Once this is passed
it is valid for two years.
To book a theory test call the DSA on 0870 0101 372.
Please have a credit card and your driving licence
KMTS has a copy of a CD ROM which contains the whole
DSA data base for the theory test which can be
From September 2003 there will be a new part added
to the riding test, which is the 'show me, tell me'
part in which you will have to explain to the
examiner how you could check various parts of the
vehicle to ensure it is safe for the journey that
you intend to do.
And finally, good luck!
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