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Richy1988

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Richy1988 says:

Cbt on the motorway

:blink: Hey been faffing about on 125s for a while now and recently purchased a AJS dd 125 beast of a machine if I say so myself, anyway I passed my cbt a whe ago but I also have a full uk car licence does this mean I can use my bike on the motorway or do I have to stick to the back roads? 

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gjkt

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gjkt says:

Fraid Not

No 'L' plates on Motorways.

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tc330

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tc330 says:

Learner drivers on motorways

As a motorcyclist you have a provisional licence until you take and pass your test, then you can ride on motorways and carry a passenger.

Your full uk car licence lets you do this................when you are driving a car:wink:

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AdieR

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AdieR says:

On a CBT

motorways are a no-no, but dual carriageways are permitted, strangely enough.

That said, I think you'd be pretty brave taking a 125 on fast moving roads like that given that most 125s wheeze there way to 60 / 70, and them roads have traffic whizzing by at 80, 90 and more.

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Richy1988

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Richy1988 says:

Thanks

Yet again thanks guys loads of help 

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