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Essential documents questions

A motorcyclist is riding a motorcycle that has an engine larger than 50 cc. When may they carry a pillion passenger?

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Your motorcycle insurance policy has an excess of £100. What does this mean?

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What’s the legal minimum insurance cover you must have to ride on public roads?

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Do you need to display L plates when learning to ride a motorcycle under the direct access scheme?

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You hold a provisional motorcycle licence. What does this licence restrict you from doing?

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What does a motorcycle registration document show?

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Your vehicle must have valid insurance cover before you can do what?

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What information is found on a vehicle registration document?

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How long after first registration must a motorcycle have its first MOT test?

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Your vehicle needs a current MOT certificate. What will the MOT certificate enable you to do?

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What must you have to legally carry a pillion passenger on your motorcycle?

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Who can carry out compulsory basic training (CBT)?

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You have a CBT (compulsory basic training) certificate. How long is it valid?

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What information can be found on a motorcycle’s registration document?

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You’ve just passed your practical motorcycle test. This is your first full licence. What will you have to do if you gather six or more penalty points within the next two years?

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What’s the purpose of an MOT test?

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What do you need before you can take a practical motorcycle test?

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Your motorcycle is insured third-party only. What does this cover?

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What should you be sure of before riding anyone else’s motorcycle?

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What’s the maximum engine size a full category A1 motorcycle licence will allow you to ride?

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