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Trish81

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Trish81 says:

New rules

Hey folks, does anyone know how the new rules work.  Cant seem to find a definate answer anywhere online.  thought id post here see if anybody knows

Im 30 and taking my test on my 125 !

 Under the new rules that come out soon, does this mean that, after 2 years i will still be limited to the 125, or will i be able to ride anything as is now...or do i need to take another test.  Or is this only for younger lot ! Anybody have any clue how this works.. ??? :unsure:

thanx

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preunit

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preunit says:

Hi Trish and welcome

ya didn't look that hard did ya :tongue::smile posted this earlier today   and asked it to be made a sticky, but it won't :biggrin:

 

Hope it helps,ride safe.

unit.

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hawk750

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hawk750 says:

Hi Trish

Lol! Just joined & you get your ears bashed :lol:


Welcome to the jungle :wink:

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Trish81

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Trish81 says:

thanks

ooppss lol

blaming the alcohol affected new year head !  :wacko:

thanks 

 

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AlbertHerring

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Unless your test...

... is in the next two weeks, I'd recommend switching to doing DAS, or you'll be stuck on a 125 for a couple of years (or until you pony up for a DAS test anyway). At 30 you can go straight to the full A licence without any more messing about.

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Trish81

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Trish81 says:

Its gonna cost...

... whatever i do,   

 Already done my mod 1 on my 125 so stuck with that route. was hoping to have passed mod 2 b4 the changes so i could get the auto upgrade after 2 years, but bills and all that have ruined that plan. So looks like just have to wait the 2 years and then do the next test.  Spending more money. But hey, gotta jump thru the hoops :smile

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preunit

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preunit says:

Fair play to ya trish

it'll be worth all those Eurotard hoops you jump through for that license.....promise :smile

 

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Trish81

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Trish81 says:

yep...

will be a good day when those plates come off... keep catching my leg on them when i walk past the bike in the garage :wacko: lol

thanks muchly x

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