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Oct 12

Posts: 5

Andyham1 says:

Changes to bike test

Hi, Before Christmas I passed my Mod1 :biggrin:, but unfortunately failed my Mod2 :mad:. I know the regulations changed in January, but what do I need to do to achieve a full licence now? In light of the current changes? I am the grand age of 43. Thanks

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Aug 12

Posts: 267

zanderh says:

Nothing different

Assuming you take your mod2 on the largest cap bike available to you (think it's a 500cc still) then as you're over 25 you can get a full license.

Did you learn with a school? If so talk to them, they'll sort you out with the right category bike!

How did you fail the mod 2?

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