5 facts about motorcycle training that everyone thinks are true…
We take calls and inquiries every day about motorcycle training and are constantly amazed at the weird and wonderful ideas some people have about the process of passing the motorcycle test and getting safely on the road on 2 wheels… Not that it is particularly simple to navigate your way through the burning hoops, nevertheless we have noticed a distinct pattern of assumptions that are often repeated or even asserted as FACT!
Here are our top 5 most common “facts”, assumed to be true by the most people…
- The CBT is a test! – no it is NOT a test, it is a training day during which you need to reach a required standard, set by the DVSA.
- Its normal for instructors to shout and swear at you – no! no! no!!!… you should never accept this when undertaking motorcycle training , anymore than you would from shop staff when shopping in Tesco
- All Motorcycle Training schools are the same – No they are not..there is a massive difference between schools and their attitude to customer care, to name just one aspect. Do your homework, don’t be afraid to ask questions, visit the school and meet the team.
- Its really hard to pass the full bike test – No it is not. However, you will need to invest time and money in this activity, as you would learning any skilled physical outdoor activity
- The CBT is a license to drive – Sorry… The CBT is a certificate to say you have done a very basic course, to qualify as a learner. It is not intended as an in itself, anymore than driving around in a car with a fully qualified driver sat next to you for 2 years. Do your bike test, no matter what you ride.
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