Along with Module One, the Module Two motorcycle test was introduced in 2009 to replace the previous test format. Module Two candidates wishing to take this test must have a valid Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) certificate, along with a Motorcycle Theory Test pass certificate and a Module One (MOD 1) pass certificate. The MOD 2 test commences at a local DVSA Driving Test Centre (DTC) and alongside some preliminary assessment, including an eyesight check, general and pillion safety questions, is a road based motorcycle test and lasts about 40 minutes.
Normally following on a motorcycle and giving direction via radio, the examiner will assess the candidates ability to ride in a variety of traffic conditions. Incorporated will be assessment of normal stops, pulling away, angle starts and a hill start. The MOD 2 test also includes an independent ride, where the examiner will assess a candidates ability to ride safely whilst making independent decisions. Sufficient professional Module Two motorcycle training is non-negotiable! See below for MOD 2 motorcycle training resources.
Module Two tip sheets
Bike safety clothing
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