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UK's most comprehensive Module Two (MOD 2) tips video guide
The Module Two Academy offers comprehensive Module Two video training – designed to enhance instructor-led, MOD 2 motorcycle training. This course follows the Module One Academy, as an ideal Direct Access (DAS) training aid and for motorcycle test preparation. This academy boosts, but does not substitute professional motorcycle training.
How does the Module Two Academy work?
The Module Two (MOD 2) Academy has been designed to complement and enhance practical, instructor-led, DVSA certified MOD 2 training. It allows MOD 2 test candidates to visually experience all aspects of MOD 2 motorcycle training via a comprehensive series of videos that give a point-of-view riders experience of Module Two training. Also included are examiner view videos, board-work explanation, knowledge tests, safety tips and the full MOD 2 audio guide. The Module Two Academy gives test candidates a convenient, 24/7 way to gain a thorough understanding of MOD 2 in advance of their instructor-led motorcycle training and greatly increases the probability of a first-time test pass.
There is a lot of information to take on when learning to ride a motorcycle – especially during Module Two. Stress and overwhelm is common. The good news is that utilising the Module Two Academy is proven to significantly reduce novice rider stress. Participants report greater enjoyment of their training, along with improved confidence, safety, skill and increased readiness to book their MOD 2 motorcycle test.
Comprehensive MOD 2 training preparation & test tips
The Module Two Academy is organised into four sections: Preparation, Key Skills, Junction Guide and Rides (including MOD 2 mock tests). These four sections are then further organised into 52 detailed Module Two motorcycle test preparation modules.
MOD 2 test preparation: (1) Learning to ride a motorcycle, (2) Module Two overview, (3) MOD 2 Academy explained, (4) Required documents and clothing for MOD 2, (5) Arriving at MOD 2 test centre, (6) MOD 2 examiners briefing, (7) Common Module Two rider faults and fails, (8) Motorcycle eyesight test, (9) Motorcycle test health declaration, (10) Residency declaration, (11) Eco-safe riding, (12) MOD 2 pre-ride checks, (13) Motorcycle safety questions and, (14) Motorcycle pillion questions. MOD 2 test preparation: (15) Use of motorcycle stands, (16) Moving away, (17) Motorcycle control, (18) Rear safety observations, (19) Signals, (20) Dealing with clearance and obstructions during MOD 2 test, (21) Response to road signs, (22) Use of speed, (23) Motorcycle following distance, (24) Maintaining progress on MOD 2 test, (25) Judgement, (26) Road positioning, (27) Pedestrian crossings, (28) Normal motorcycle stop position, (29) Awareness and planning, (30) Bends and cornering during MOD 2 test and, (31) Traffic lights. MOD 2 test junction guide: (32) Joining dual carriageways, (33) Leaving dual carriageways, (34) Overtaking single vehicles on a motorcycle, (35) Overtaking large vehicles, (36) Overtaking multiple vehicles, (37) One-way streets turning left, (38) One-way streets turning right, (39) Turning left into side roads, (40) Turning right into side roads, (41) Turning left at ‘t’ junctions, (42) Turning right at ‘t’ junctions, (43) Turning left at roundabouts, (44) Going straight ahead at roundabouts and, (45) Turning right at roundabouts. MOD 2 mock test and road ride videos: (46) Independent ride, (47) Returning to the DVSA (MOD 2) test centre, (48) First time on road, (49) Further motorcycle training, (50) Take responsibility, (51) MOD 2 mock test video – 1 and, (52) MOD 2 mock test video – 2
Effective MOD 2 test and training preparation
Focus on needs of MOD 2 test candidates
Ensures effective MOD 2 test preparation
Minimises learner rider stress
Enhances MOD 2 practical motorcycle training
Explains MOD 2 motorcycle riding theory
Increases confidence of MOD 2 test candidates
Covers essential Module Two skills
Empowers rider responsibility
Better road and hazard awareness
Encourages safe riding practices
Helps riders to pass the MOD 2 test
Structured approach to MOD 2 test preparation
Comprehensive MOD 2 video training modules
Informational overviews of all MOD 2 elements
Easy reference MOD 2 test fact sheets
Watch mock MOD 2 test videos
Knowledge and progress tests
Module Two audio guides (MP3)
Comprehensive MOD 2 eBook
DVSA instructor top MOD 2 test tips
Motorcycle insurance discounts
Member special offers
Unconditional 9–day money back guarantee
MOD 2 Academy Instructors - Simon Hayes & Paul Barrett
A full-time instructor since 1991, Simon Hayes is amongst the UK’s most experienced motorcycle training instructors and since 1996 has operated a respected multi-site motorcycle training business. Twenty years of dedication to the highest possible standards of motorcycle training has forged a reputation for motorcycle training excellence.
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Module Two (MOD2) motorcycle test preparation: Learning to ride a motorcycle (MOD 2), Module Two training and test overview, What is the Module Two Academy?, What documents and clothing should be taken to the MOD 2 motorcycle test?, What should a rider do when arriving at the DVSA MOD 2 test centre?, What is the MOD 2 examiners briefing?, What are the common MOD 2 rider faults and test fails?, What is the MOD 2 eyesight test?, What is the MOD 2 motorcycle test health declaration?, What is the MOD 2 motorcycle test residency declaration?, What is eco-safe motorcycle riding?, What pre-ride checks are required at the start of the MOD 2 motorcycle test?, What motorcycle safety questions are asked during the MOD 2 test?, What motorcycle pillion safety questions are asked during the MOD 2 test?. Module Two (MOD2) motorcycle key skills: How do you correctly move away on a motorcycle during the MOD 2 test?, What is corre3ct MOD 2 motorcycle control?, How do you carry out correct rear observations during the MOD 2 test?, How should a test candidate use their signals during the MOD 2 test?, How should a rider manage obstructions during the MOD 2 test?, What is corrrect use of speed during the MOD 2 motorcycle test?, What are the correct following distances during the MOD 2 test?, How should a novice rider maintain progress during the MOD 2 motorcycle test?, What is rider judgement?, What is the best road positioning to adopt during the MOD 2 motorcycle test?, How should a rider manage and approach pedestrian crossings during the MOD 2 test?, What is the MOD 2 normal stop position?, What is motorcycle awareness and planning? and, How should a rider approach bends and cornering on the MOD 2 motorcycle test?. Module Two (MOD2) junction guide: How do you join carriageways on a motorcycle?, How do you leave carriageways on a motorcycle?, How do you overtake single vehicles on a motorcycle?, How do you overtake large vehicles on a motorcycle?, How do you safely overtake multiple vehicles on a motorcycle?, How do you turn left with One-way streets?, How do you deal with one-way streets turning right on a motorcycle?, How should you turn keft into side roads?, How should you turn right into side roads?, How should you turn left at ‘t’ junctions?, How should a rider turn right at ‘t’ junctions?, How should a motorcycle rider turn left at roundabouts?, How should a motorcyclist ride straight ahead at roundabouts? and, How should a motorcycle rider safely turn right at roundabouts?. Additional Module Two (MOD2) motorcycle test preparation: How should a rider deal with their motorcycle stand on MOD 2 test?, How should a rider respond to signs on the MOD 2 test?, During the Module Two test, how should a rider respond to traffic lights?, What is the MOD 2 independent ride?, Are there any tips for returning to test centre after taking a MOD 2 test?, Are there any tips for a riders first time on the road?, What training should a novice rider book after passing the Module Two test? and, Why should all riders take responsibility for their own safety?