Following practical CBT training and the classroom briefing, CBT candidates are required to ride on the road for around two hours, where a variety of junctions and riding scenarios will be covered. If the CBT instructor assesses a suitable level of competency whilst riding solo, a DL196 CBT certificate (valid for two years) will be issued. See below for a variety of useful CBT tips regrading commonly encountered junctions.
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Slowing down for junctions
Poor stopping at junctions
Turning left at a ‘T’ junction
Turning left into a side road
Turning right at a ‘T’ junction
Turning right into a side road
Turning left at roundabouts
Straight on at roundabouts
Turning right at roundabouts
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