Module One test paperwork (MOD1)

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Module One test paperwork - what to take

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Preparation will pay dividends. Don’t leave things to the last minute or overlook the required Module One paperwork. Failure to provide the correct documents will result in a cancelled Module One test and loss of associated test fees.

Mandatory Module One test paperwork

  • Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) certificate that is in date and correctly filled out.
  • UK driving licence: current full or provisional UK photo-card driving licence. Driving licence photographs are valid for 10 years. Address must be accurate or changes section must have been completed. For paper licence holders (no photo-card), a valid UK passport is required.
  • Theory test certificate: in-date/valid motorcycle theory test pass certificate (valid for two years).
  • Motorcycle: of the correct engine size, road legal, taxed and with full-sized learner plates to the front and rear. Requirements can be clarified with a local motorcycle training instructor.
  • Be on time: there are no allowances for being late and missing a test booking will result in a lost test-fee. Test date changes can usually be made direct via the DVSA or through your motorcycle training school.

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