The Practical FULL Motorcycle Test
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Safe2go Driving School Bishop Auckland

The Practical Motorcycle test is a 2-part test, with the 2 parts (or modules) booked and taken separately.

You have to pass Module 1 before you can take Module 2, 

 you have 2 years from the date you passed your Motorcycle Theory test to do so.

You must pass your Theory Test at least 3 working days prior to your module-1 test day to secure your test.

To find out what the tests involve, click the relevant module:

The day of the test

You must bring:
  • Your Photocard driving licence (if you have an old paper-style licence please also bring photo-ID)
  • Your CBT certificate (DL196)
  • Your Theory Test pass certificate (only needed for Module-1 or Module-2 test sessions)
  • Your Module-1 pass certificate (only needed for Module-2 test session)
  • Your glasses if you need them to see distance
  • Money for lunch or a packed lunch

Your must wear:

  • Sturdy over-ankle boots (not trainers, shoes or canvas shoes)
  • Motorcycle gloves (we carry a small stock of cheap gloves you can buy but we can’t lend you a pair for hygiene reasons)
  • Jeans or thick trousers (no tracksuit or jogging bottoms or leggings)
  • Warm clothing, preferably in layers
  • If you have a motorcycle helmet and jacket, please bring them

Direct Access Scheme

You can get your full (category A) motorcycle licence using the direct access scheme (DAS)
 if you’re aged 24 or over.
You’ll have to pass the motorcycle

practical tests on a machine of at least 40 kW (53.6 bhp).


If you are under 24
and have had a full A2 licence for at least 2 years you can do the progressive Direct Access to move up to a full unrestricted licence . In these cases you will not need the CBT or Theory – just need to take your

practical tests again.